St. Bonaventure Bobcats wins Diocesan Championship
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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