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Jags wins school’s first state volleyball title

The team defeated Blue Valley North, 2-0, in the 6A championship in Salina Saturday, Oct. 28

The volleyball team won the school’s first volleyball state title by defeating the Blue Valley North Mustangs, 25-23, 25-19, in the 6A state championship at Tony’s Pizza Event Center in Salina Saturday, Oct. 28. The Mustangs were the number one seed in the tournament, and Mill Valley was the second seed.

On the first day of competition, Friday, Oct. 27, the Jags defeated Garden City (2-0), Manhattan (2-0) and Olathe Northwest (2-1) to advance to the semifinals.

In the semifinal match Saturday, Oct. 28, the team took down last year’s state runner-up Blue Valley West, 25-23, 25-20. Then they moved on to defeat the Mustangs in a rematch of last year’s state third place game. Senior outside hitter Kaitlyn Burke had a match-high 15 kills, two blocks and one service ace in the championship. With the win, second-year head coach Kylie Corneliusen became the youngest coach to win the 6A title game at age 26. Burke, along with juniors Ashlyn Blazer and Saida Jacobs, earned a spot on the state all-tournament team.

The Jags finished the season 35-5.

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Callie Cahoy
Callie Cahoy, JAG design editor
This is junior Callie Cahoy’s second year on the JAG yearbook staff and she will be taking on the position of design editor. When Callie is not working on the yearbook, you can find her running cross country, playing basketball or participating in NHS and Relay For Life as an ELT. Outside of school, she enjoys watching 90’s rom-coms, listening to Taylor Swift, eating cookie dough, and hanging out with friends.
Audri Brizendine
Audri Brizendine, JAG photo editor
This is junior Audri Brizendine’s second year on the JAG yearbook staff and she will be taking on the position of co-photo editor. When not in C-101,  you can probably find her playing tennis, participating in Relay for Life as an ELT, HOSA, book club, movie club, NHS, and Spanish NHS. Outside of school, you can find her spending time with her friends, listening to music, or rewatching New Girl.
Molly Griffin
Molly Griffin, JAG social media and managing editor
This is junior Molly Griffin's second year on the JAG yearbook staff and she will be taking on the position of co-social media and managing editor. When not in the C-101 you can find her participating in Relay for Life or at the MV softball field. Outside of school, you can find her playing on her club softball team, working at Pink Charming Boutique, or watching the sunset with her friends.

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