Santa Fe Christian JV Volleyball Team tops at tournament

Back row: Coach Lauren Bradley, Yvette Sarazin, Brianna Bertken, Vanessa Jensen, Savannah Boone, Katie North, Bekah Askew; Front row: Kailey Hutter, Mia Kelter, Brooke Wimsatt, Julia Mirich, Hannah Mathiesen, Kristin Wolf.

The Santa Fe Christian Girls’ Junior Varsity Volleyball Team recently took first place at the Rancho Bernardo JV Volleyball roundup held Oct. 10. Twenty schools participated in the event.

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