Carmel Valley Middle School Bobcats win Big 8 Volleyball Championship

Front row: (L-R) Abby Stordahl, Chiara Spain; Second row: (L-R) Ashlyn Finkbeiner, Hayden Hollen, Ashley Sung, Julie Valentine; Third row (L-R): Yasmin Koo, Maddie Brigandi, Carleigh Karen, Audrey Irwin, Alexis Filippone, Head Coach Cody Oreiro, (not pictured: Caroline Zhang).

The Carmel Valley Middle School 8th grade Bobcats won the Big 8 Volleyball Championship game on Nov. 13 at the Boys & Girls Club in Solana Beach.

They beat Diegueno in two games 25 – 17 and 25 – 21 to win the Championship title. This is the second year in a row CVMS has won this honor.

“The Carmel Valley Middle School program always produces quality volleyball players. This team demonstrated a personal level of resilience throughout their two seasons here and I couldn’t be happier for the team,” said Head Coach Cody Oreiro.

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