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St. Bonaventure Bobcats wins Diocesan Championship

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Coach Dennis Jones, back row: Kaitlyn Colucci, Allison Yarnot, Taylor Cigna middle row, Maura Wulf, Lauren Grenesko, Caterina Veneziano, Julia Murray, Mary Laird; front row: Cameron Simurda.

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The St. Bonaventure Bobcats Red Team captured the school's first junior varsity Diocesan Volleyball Championship at St. Joseph's High School, Natrona Heights, Nov. 3. The nine-member team defeated Brookline Catholic, Mon Yough Catholic, Holy Trinity, and finally St. Kilian's in the championship game to capture the title of the 16-team playoff field. Among a pool of 45 Diocesan JV teams, the girls finished the season with a 14-0 record in section play and won every playoff game en route to the team's first title in its 14-year volleyball history. Led by Coach Dennis Jones (back) the team consisted of (front) Cameron Simurda; (second row) Maura Wulf, Lauren Grenesko, Caterina Veneziano, Julia Murray, Mary Laird; (third row) Kaitlyn Colucci, Allison Yarnot and Taylor Cigna.

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