Torrey Pines freshman volleyball team tops at tournament

Congratulations to the Torrey Pines Freshman Volleyball Team who took first place at the Titan Invitational Volleyball Tournament in Poway on Sept. 25.

Front: Sydney Shields, Natalie Dunn; Middle: Madeline Sloan, Caroline Chen, Maia Marriott, Taylor Rittgers; Back: Madi Cavanaugh, McKenna Lewry, Ellen Gunnarsson, Lexi Briggs, Cheyenne Tucker, Zoe Eprile, Veronika Peterka, Mikaela Duhs; Coaches (not pictured) Kyle and Joy Kuemmerle. Photo: Courtesy

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