Pahranagat Valley’s girls volleyball team won its fifth consecutive league title this fall, and Jamie Hansen and Brooke Higbee were a big part of team’s dominance.
RENO — The first set of Saturday’s Division I state championship girls volleyball match between Coronado and Shadow Ridge had five sets written all over it.
RENO — In sweeping two consecutive state tournament matches in straight sets, Faith Lutheran made it look easy.
RENO — Compared to his team’s normal ‘A’ game, Coronado girls volleyball coach Matt Johnson gave the Cougars a ‘B’ for their state semifinal win over Carson.
Jordan Davis never has been one to get things handed to him.
Sierra Vista girls volleyball coach Camille McComas often calls a group of her players the “Fearsome Foursome” with hopes of bringing a sense of unity to her practices and games.
Follow the link for the schedule and results (when available) for the 2014 state girls volleyball tournaments.
White Pine’s girls volleyball team entered Saturday’s Division III Southern League tournament championship on a 17-match winning streak.
After winning last year’s Division I state title, Coronado’s girls volleyball team had three goals for this year — winning the Southeast League, winning the Sunrise Region title and repeating as state champions.
All season long, Shadow Ridge girls volleyball coach Karissa Guthrie has talked to her Mustangs about character and toughness.
Faith Lutheran’s girls volleyball team had to replace three starters, including two all-state players, from last season’s state championship team.
Palo Verde girls volleyball coach Phil Clarke admitted he had a few butterflies in his stomach before the Panthers met Legacy in the semifinals of the Sunset Region tournament Thursday at Silverado.
Coronado was playing perhaps its best volleyball at the right time heading into Thursday’s Sunrise Regional semifinals at Silverado.
Sierra Vista led 2-0 Thursday in the semifinals of the Division I-A Southern Region volleyball tournament at Sunrise Mountain, and the team’s leaders — Bailey Bergquist, Sydney Land and Bridgette Levi — had no plans of letting Boulder City breathe in the third set.