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Back (L to R): Coach Mark Remick, Coach Blaine Bowman, Manager Blake Woodhall; Middle (L to R): Lila Browne, Sydney Ang, Ashlyn Bowman, Sally Mueller, Anna Hermann, Taylor Ang, Olivia Crosbie; Bottom. (L to R):  Kelly Guilmette, Keeley Ramseyer, Jenna Remick, Ashley Alarcon, Halle Woodhall, Hailey Dewey, Clara Guo; Not pictured: Caitlin Woodmansee, Coach Paul Ang, Coach Matt Browne.

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