The Coyotes volleyball team earned the #14 seed in the North Coast Section playoffs and they traveled to San Francisco to take on the #3 seeded Bay School in historic Lettermen's Gym in the San Francisco Presidio.
Although the Coyotes lost in three sets (25-14, 25-11, 25-20), they played inspired volleyball and were competitive from start to finish. Many points were earned after long rallies with both teams showing their skill, athleticism and competitive spirit. In the end, the Breakers advanced but the Coyotes felt good about their performance on the night and it was an exciting finish to an outstanding season.
The Coyotes finished 16-5 overall and 12-4 in NCL II league play on the the season.
Our varsity volleyball team defeated the Technology High Titans on Thursday night three sets to one, giving the Coyotes their seventh victory in a row. The win also ends a week of celebration for the girls, after honoring the team's six seniors on Tuesday night in the annual Senior Night Ceremony. Prior to the match against Upper Lake, seniors Rachel Gothelf, Emily Ibanez-Arroyo, Hannah McNeely, Izzy Ryan, Grace Mendoza, and Nina von Raesfeld were honored for their contributions to the volleyball team, athletic program, and school.
Next up the varsity girls will wait for the North Coast Section playoff bracket to be relaesed on Sunday, October 21. The girls are hoping for a top 8 seed and home game next Tuesday night, October 23. Good luck to the players and coaches in the playoffs.
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