TPHS freshman volleyball team takes home the trophy again

Front: Madi Cavanagh, Lexi Briggs, Zoe Eprile, Sydney Shields, Coach Kyle Kuemmerle; Back: Taylor Rittgers, Caroline Chen, Mikaela Duhs, McKenna Lewry, Veronica Peterka, Madeline Sloan, Cheyenne Tucker, Ellen Gunnarsson.


Congratulations to the Torrey Pines High School Freshman Volleyball Team for its first place finish at the Granite Hills Volleyball Tournament on Oct. 9.

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