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Jr High Volleyball tryouts - April 26-28 - 3:30 to 5:00pm - Must have a physical prior to tryouts!
JV and Varsity tryouts - May 3-5 - 3:30 to 6:00pm - Must have a physical prior to tryouts!
All participants, please fill out Player Profile on Volleyball page before tryouts! 

Jordanna Carter Perry

Head Varsity Volleyball Coach 


Coach Jordanna Perry comes to the Academy of Classical Education from Echols County Schools in South Georgia. She graduated from Echols County High School in 2000, lettering in five varsity sports. She continued her basketball career at Mercer University (2000-2004) on a full scholarship, majoring in Early Childhood Education. After Coach Perry received her degree and Varsity letter in 2004, she returned to her Alma Mater. Her teaching career includes Kindergarten, Health and Physical Education K-12, Team Sports, Personal Fitness, Weight Lifting and Alternative Education over the course of 15 years. Coach Perry’s coaching experience began in 2005 with JrPro Basketball (4th-6th grades), Middle School basketball and softball (5th-8th grades) and Varsity basketball, softball, and Track and Field. Her leadership roles include, Lead Health and Physical Education teacher, Alternative School Director, Athletic Director, and Vice President of GHSA Region 2A. Coach Perry is very excited to start her teaching and volleyball coaching career at ACE.

Coach Jordanna Perry is married to Ryan Perry. They have two girls, Emma (13) and Alice (10). They currently live in Macon, Ga. Ryan and Jordanna enjoy travelling in the off season, reading and playing with their dog, Leo.

Lori Seymour
Varsity Community Coach
family Seymour  ncstate
This is Coach Seymour’s 2nd year involved with ACE Volleyball as a Community Coach. Coach Seymour played D1 Volleyball at NC State University, followed by a brief Professional Beach career in the Women's Professional Volleyball Association. She was a Middle Blocker for NCSU and still holds the career kill % at NC State. Professionally, Coach Seymour holds an MBA from South Carolina, a BS Nursing from Macon State College, and works as an RN locally. She is married to Frank Seymour (30 years) and has 2 children: Nicole, 21 at Willamette University in Oregon, and CJ, 18, who just graduated in the class of 2020 from ACE and will be playing baseball in college at Prairie State College in Illinois.  
Coach LeAnn Nichols
JV Community Coach
Coach Nichols is entering her second year coaching JV at ACE. In high school, Coach Nichols excelled in playing softball and volleyball. Both sports were put on hold as she pursued music educaiton at Western Michigan University. Since then, she has spent many years leading worship and serving the Macon community with her husband through various businesses and events. Last year, when her daughter showed an interest in volleyball, it was enough to spark the desire again to be a part of the game she loved so much. "Watching and encouraging those girls to work hard and to trust one another as they gained confidence in play, was incredibly rewarding." - Coach Nichols
Coach Nichols is married to Bryan Nichols and has 2 children who attend ACE, Chloe and Landon. 
Christy Donaghy
Junior High Head Coach
Christy Donaghy is entering her second year as the Head Coach for the Junior High Volleyball team.  Coach Donaghy played four years of varsity volleyball during her high school career as well as two seasons of club volleyball.  Upon graduation, she was named as Maryland’s Frederick County Volleyball Player of the Year, and she held her high school’s record for career kills.  Coach Donaghy went on to play four years of college basketball at Grove City College where she double majored in Elementary Education and Early Childhood Education.  She continued her education by earning her M. Ed. from the University of Maryland.  Coach Donaghy has coached varsity volleyball teams at Carlynton High School (PA) and then at Boonsboro High School (MD), where she led her team to the state quarterfinals.  
Date Opponent Scores Result
August 11 @ Stratford 7-25, 10-25 LOSS
August 13 Jones Co. 25-13, 25-11 WIN
August 15 @ Warner Robins 10-25, 7-25 LOSS
August 15 Houston Co. (@WRHS) 10-25, 12-25 LOSS
September 2 @ Mary Persons 14-25, 22-25 LOSS
September 2 Jones Co. (@Mary Persons) 25-19, 25-18 WIN
September 3 @ Greenville REGION 19-25, 25-19, 5-15 LOSS
September 10 Chattahoochee Co. REGION 25-18, 25-17 WIN
September 14 @ Rutland 26-24, 25-15, 25-14 WIN
September 16 Northeast REGION 25-13, 25-20 WIN
September 17 Chattahoochee Co. 25-5, 25-12 WIN
September 17 Peach Co. 18-25, 16-25 LOSS
September 22 Stratford 10-25, 8-25 LOSS
September 22 West Laurens 17-25, 17-25 LOSS
September 24 @ Taylor Co. 25-6, 25-15 WIN
September 30 Mt. DeSales 13-25, 10-25 LOSS
September 30 Mary Persons 25-22, 25-17 WIN
October 1 @Lamar Co. REGION 19-25, 12-25 LOSS
October 8 @FPD 5-25, 21-25 LOSS
October 8 Warner Robins (@FPD) Cancelled  
October 10 Jones Co. SENIOR NIGHT 25-19, 25-21 WIN
October 10 Rutland SENIOR NIGHT 25-19, 25-12 WIN
October 21 1st round State Playoffs    
Date Opponent Scores Result
September 9 Jones Co. 15-25, 25-16, 15-8 WIN
September 9 Mary Persons 25-18, 25-19 WIN
September 14 CGA 25-20, 25-18 WIN
September 14 Mary Persons 25-13, 25-22 WIN
September 15 Strong Rock (@FPD) 14-25, 7-25 LOSS
September 15 @ FPD 10-25, 10-25 LOSS
September 23 Lee Co. 10-25, 17-25 LOSS
September 23 Tattnall 12-25, 22-25 LOSS
September 29 Mary Persons 25-23, 25-23 WIN
September 29 Stratford 25-12, 16-25, 15-11 WIN
Date Opponent Scores Result
August 31 Creekside 12-25, 21-25 LOSS
August 31 FPD 25-22, 25-18 WIN
September 1 Creekside    LOSS
September 1 Landmark   LOSS
September 10 Strong Rock 11-25, 9-25 LOSS
September 10 FPD 22-25, 25-19, 15-5 WIN
September 21 @Stratford 28-26, 25-15 WIN
September 21 FPD (@Stratford) 25-20, 26,24 WIN
September 24 Stratford (@FPD)   WIN
September 24 @FPD    WIN