HS Volleyball: This Trio is the Driving Force Behind the Temecula Valley Girls Volleyball Team

Jordyn Amoy, Madi Endsley & Peyton McBride get set to lead the Golden Bears through the CIF Southern Section Playoffs

Temecula Valley repeated this year as Southwestern League Champions. They pulled past Vista Murrieta to win it in the final week of the season, and now the Golden Bears are looking forward to playing in the CIF Southern Section Division 1 Championship Playoffs.

The Bears were 29-3 overall and were 9-1 in league. The catalysts for Temecula Valley’s success has been a trio of very talented players. Jordyn Amoy, Madi Endsley and Peyton McBride have shined all year for the Golden Bears.

Jordyn Amoy is the setter in this talented trio and a Team Captain. In 2016 she was named First Team All League and the MVP of the Southwestern League, as well as being named to the All Tournament Teams all 3 seasons.

Also called Jo or Bunny by her friends and teammates, this girl is all business on the volleyball court. The junior has a 4.3 GPA, and wants to finish high school with straight A’s and finish in the top 5% of her class.

Her goals are to win the Southwestern League 3 years in a row, and to break her own setting record at TVHS with 1000 assists. She plans to play both indoor and beach volleyball at Cal Poly San Luis Obispo while earning her degree in Engineering.

Madi “Maddog” Endsley is the Golden Bear’s powerful Outside Hitter. She was selected as First Team All Southwestern League last year and is a shoe in to repeat that this season. In 2017 she was named MVP in the Dave Mohs Tournament and selected to the All tourney teams in the San Diego Classic and Hudl Invitational Tournaments.

The sophomore wants to be a team captain and her goal is to win league all four years she plays. She would also like to get 1000 kills by the end of her senior year and make the USA youth national team.

She plans to attend the University of Nebraska to pursue a degree in psychology. On the way, she intends on winning a NCAA tournament.

Peyton Parke McBride is the final piece of the trio that drives the Golden Bears. The Senior is a force that can’t be stopped once she puts her mind to something. Peyton wants to win the CIF Southern Section Championship and go to the State Finals.

She was selected to the First Team All Southwestern League last year, was also named MVP at the Los Osos Tournament, and has made the All Tournament Team for the last 3 seasons.

The passionate platinum blonde Outside Hitter is headed to Portland State University. Peyton plans to major in Psychology and hopefully become a sports psychologist.