It’s the first year coaching at Austin for varsity volleyball coach Pam Terrette, but she brings several years experience with her.
Coudersport senior Shaelyn Black has been selected to play on the Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association’s 2018 District 9 Single A All-Star Team.
The Pennsylvania Volleyball Coaches Association has announced the 2018 District 9 Single A All-Star Team as follows:
Coudersport’s varsity volleyball cleared Union in the first round of district playoffs on Oct. 25 in three sets. Set scores were 25-17, 25-17, 25-16.
In a home match for Austin, Austin’s varsity volleyball team lost to Northern Potter in five sets.
Coudersport’s varsity volleyball team had two wins in the last week, bringing their league record to 13-3 and giving them a space in the District 9 Play-offs.
In a nail-biting game, Austin’s varsity volleyball team won their second game this season against Oswayo Valley on Oct. 11.
Couderport’s varsity volleyball team dominated in all three matches against Otto-Eldred at home on Oct. 10.
Monday, Oct. 15 marked an important game for the Northern Potter Lady Panthers. In addition to being Senior Night, the volleyball game against the Galeton Tigers aided in the fight against bre…
On the road, Coudersport’s varsity volleyball team lost to Wellsboro in three sets on Oct. 15.
Austin’s varsity volleyball team lost to Coudersport at home on Oct. 8 in three sets.
After winning the first two sets, Galeton’s varsity volleyball team fell to Coudersport on Oct. 3, at Coudersport. Set scores were 25-27, 24-26, 25-18, 25-17, 15-7.
Coudersport’s varsity volleyball team beat Northern Potter on their court on Tuesday in three sets. Set scores were 25-16, 25-19, 25-21.
In a heated match full of energy and excitement from the teams and fans alike, Port Allegany’s varsity volleyball team defeated Coudersport in three sets.
The Port Allegany volleyball team ran its winning streak to seven matches, including North Tier League victories over Galeton and Austin to stay atop the league standings, before Olean High fi…
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