Girls’ volleyball season recap


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The CHS girls’ varsity volleyball team finished the season with a 0-3 loss against Agoura on Oct. 11. This final score makes the team’s season record 6-13 overall and 0-10 in-league.

Senior outside hitter Holland Kaplan was a standout player this season, ranking number one on the team for hitting percentage with 0.313 and second in kills per set with a total of 3.6. Kaplan also finished the season with 2.0 total digs per set.

“There were a lot of wins within the losses,” said Kaplan. “We went down with a fight.” 

Sophomore middle hitter Ava Glonek was also instrumental, ranking number two on the team with a total of nine blocks. 

“I am really excited to take on a bit of responsibility,” said Glonek. “[The program] gives our younger [underclassmen] a fun experience while still being a competitive team.”

With this season ending, Head Coach Elaine Donald hopes to continue building core structures and skills amongst the players. Girls in the program will also be working on leadership and creating a winning culture both on and off court. 

“[I look forward to] continuing to build morale,” said Donald. “[Players] are collectively creating a new culture here on campus: a culture of sisterhood, respect and solid volleyball fundamentals.”