By: Matt Rotman
Coral Glades and J.P. Taravella girls volleyball team wrapped up another season of high school volleyball. Unfortunately for both, it may not have ended the way both teams would have hoped.
After winning 13 matches during the regular season, the Jaguars came into the District Tournament as the number two seed. However, after defeating Marjory Stoneman Douglas for the first time in school history earlier this year, the Jaguars fell to the Eagles to end the season.
For Coral Glades, under first-year Head Coach Kaitlin Ledbetter, it was a season to remember.
“The girls came in and really made my first season as a head coach so enjoyable, and I am so proud of them for all of the work that they have put in,” said Coach Ledbetter. “We will build on it for next year and come back stronger than ever.”
While the Jaguars have six players set to graduate this year, they will still return several key players from this year and gain some very talented junior varsity players for the 2022 season.
For J.P. Taravella, their season didn’t get off to what they would have hoped for after having games canceled due to gym space. Still, the Trojans finished the season strong with a pair of wins in the regular season.
They defeated both Coral Springs High School and The Sagemont School before beating the Colts again in the postseason. Like the Jaguars, they should only improve next year when many younger players gain valuable experience on the varsity team.
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- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism. He is now attending the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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