About AVC


Our Motivation

Simply put, we want the community to be a better place for the youth.

AVC operates as a family where girls can learn the tools they need to become confident, assertive, goal-oriented children and youth.  This is a one-of-a-kind town with some of the best children, ready and willing to help each other.  It takes a village… and that village needs a place. AVC is that place.

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Our Mission

To empower, inspire and educate young, aspiring athletes.


Our Facility

The facility, located at 425 S. FM 1187, Aledo TX features four full volleyball courts, quality volleyball equipment, a reception & healthy snack area, a mezzanine lounge, fitness equipment, spacious bathrooms and changing rooms, a conference room and more. 

AVC Offerings

Our Staff


Payton Tovar

Supervisor - Reception/Concessions

Payton has been in Aledo since kindergarten and graduated from Aledo High School in 2021.  Currently, she is going to school to become an X-ray technician.  In her free time, she loves making art, playing guitar, and spending time with friends.  Payton loves volleyball and played club for 7 years. 


Claire Poindexter


Claire Poindexter is a sophomore at Aledo High School.  She is currently playing club volleyball for Fort Worth Fire.  She enjoys spending time with friends; she loves animals and constantly staying active.  Claire is very excited to meet new people and to be a part of the Aledo Volleyball Club!!


Abby Gilbert


Abby is currently a Junior at Aledo High School and has been attending Aledo schools since first grade. She played volleyball when she was younger but is now involved in powerlifting. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with friends and looks forward to meeting new people at the AVC!


Madison Widmayer


Madison has been in Aledo since kindergarten and is now a junior at Aledo High School. She plays Varsity Volleyball and is involved in Powerlifting. She enjoys hanging out with friends and is always excited to see new and familiar faces at the AVC!!


Hope Carey


Hope is currently a senior at Weatherford High School. She has been playing volleyball for 8 years now and is currently playing club volleyball for APV. In her free time, she enjoys hanging out with her friends, family and playing sand volleyball. She loves the ocean and animals. Hope loves meeting new people and being part of the community here at Aledo Volleyball Club.