Girls’ Volleyball wins 3-1 in first round CIF playoffs Tuesday


Kaira Muraoka-Robertson ’16 leaps into the air.

Joe Levin

They dropped the first set, but after that, the Wolverines hardly made a misstep in their first round CIF-SS match against St. Joseph.

They took the second set 25-12, the third 25-16 and the fourth 25-14.

“We talked it out and we decided, ‘We have to let it go,’” Chloe Mueller ’19 said. “’We have to work together. We need to communicate on the court. We have to work together more, and we have to work more as a team.”


Courtney Nunley ’17 and Mueller provided key plays at net, while Bella Hedley ’18 did a little of everything. She had several kills, digs and serves and rarely left the court through all four sets.

Wolverines will face the winner of the Temecula Valley – Huntington Beach match in second round CIF playoffs this Thursday.

“I was so excited, so nervous, but I know we’re going to do really well,” Sabrina Blatteis ’17 said. “No matter what happens, though, the season was amazing.”