Patrick County High School senior Kaleigh Griffith recently signed a National Letter of Intent to play volleyball at Patrick Henry Community College next fall.
While at PCHS, Griffith was a part of the Cougar volleyball team that has become one of the top programs in the Piedmont District and VHSL Conference 32. As a member of the Lady Cougars, Griffith earned Second Team All-District honors in 2014 and was selected to the First Team in 2015.
Griffith should bring some additional firepower to the Lady Patriots already potent offense as she was selected Best Hitter her junior and senior year for the team. “We love running a very fast powerful offense, said Patriots Head Coach Kelly Proffitt, and with Kaleigh’s size and ability she will definitely be an asset to the team.”
Griffith is the daughter of Talley Griffith and Tonya and Steve Hall of Stuart. While in high school, Griffith was also a basketball standout for the Lady Cougars. She was of a member of the Health Occupations Club and earned her CNA nursing license while attending PCHS. Griffith hopes to enter the nursing program at PHCC and become a registered nurse.
Patrick Henry Community College starts its second year of NJCAA volleyball in the fall of 2016 after capping off an amazing inaugural year with an 18-0 record in Region X play. The Lady Patriots won the regional tournament without dropping a single set.