BAINBRIDGE (WBNG) - Bainbridge-Guilford earned its volleyball team that captured the school's first state title on Friday. Hundreds of students, parents and faculty ended their week by celebrating the champs. Along with the state championship banner, a custom display case for the championship trophy was also unveiled.
Head coach Tami Selfridge was awarded Section IV coach of the year for Class D girl's volleyball.
"I don't think that I do a great job, I think the girls play a great game and I just try and get the most out of them that I can," said Bainbridge-Guilford head volleyball coach Tami Selfridge. "That's the job as a coach, as a mom, as a teacher. It's just making everything come together."
"It's so nice to have a community that can relive this everyday," said Bainbridge-Guilford senior Miranda Anderson. "The support we had before the season, during the season and even now when the season's done. It just means so much to me and the whole team. Having this banner up, and the podium and the medals, it's just something you know when I'm done and in college, I can come back and see the banner. It just means so much to me."
"It's incredible," said Bainbridge-Guilford junior Abigail Selfridge. "The community has done so much this entire time. To be able to get the chance to thank them and recognize this amazing accomplishment was just wonderful."
Bainbridge-Guilford won the Class D volleyball State Championship this fall.