Coronado volleyball hosts regionals
The Coronado High School girls volleyball team won its first district championship in 12 years last weekend.
The team will now host the Regional Champion-ships this Saturday, Nov. 5, at which Coronado will play three matches.
The girls will advance to state if they win two of three. If they win all three, they will be regional champions and third overall seed at state, assistant coach Stormie Wells explained.
“Likely game times are 9:30 a.m., 12:30 p.m. and 3:30 p.m.,” she said. “I hope that Westsiders will come support this wonderful, hard-working group. They are so fun to coach, and they are very entertaining to watch.”
Holmes, West on choir
Of the 113 students selected to participate in the District 11 Middle School Honor Choir (out of 250 who auditioned), 3 are from Holmes and 3 from West.
A free concert by the choir will be Monday, Nov. 7 at 7:30 p.m. in the auditorium at Doherty High School, 4515 Barnes Road. The public is invited.
2 incumbents lead voting
District 11 voters cast their ballots Nov. 1 for the two incumbents (Bob Null and Jan Tanner) and two new members (Elaine Naleski and Nora Brown) in the race for four Board of Education seats.
Null had the most votes, 20,147; followed by Tanner, 17,939; Naleski, 13,996; and Brown, 13,507. All will serve four-year terms.
Brown has the most direct Westside ties, having served as PTA president at Chipeta Elementary and Holmes Middle School and started the PTA at Coronado High.
The board has seven members in all. Remaining on the board are Al Loma, LuAnn Long and Sandra Mann.
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