Brandon Kersting inherits a squad that returns seven letter winners.
The two-time defending state champions lost one of the best players in the state when Berkeley Oblad graduated, but return five starters
Head coach Shantai Hunter expects the team to continue to improve its way of play, overall record and to come together as a team.
Head coach Cherise Hinman says she has many returning seniors and all of these girls have been playing together for a while.
Head coach Dan Savage says hard work and defense will be the keys to victory for this year's squad
Head coach Jay Renneker says this year's squad is taller and more experienced after returning most all major contributors
Head coach Amy Fisher says even with a few new faces, they expect to compete for a conference, regional and state championship
Head coach Krysta Ortiz said her Falcons expect to be strong, competitive and contend well into the postseason
Head coach Ray Lewis hoping for improvement this season.
Head coach Nick Davis says he has a very young team, but with young players who have played in a lot of big games
Head coach Erika Hetzer is expecting to have a competitive squad that will make the playoffs and even possibly make a state championship run
Head coach Kerry Noble says she has some raw talent in our upcoming varsity players that needs to be finessed
Head coach Ginger Whipple says another year experience will give her team the confidence they lacked last year
Head coach Nicole Woods is really excited for these returning girls to step it up and play as a team