By: Matt Rothman
Coral Springs Charter volleyball’s fantastic season came to an end Tuesday night after a tremendous run to the Regional Semifinals.
The Panthers fell to Cardinal Gibbons High School 25-27, 24-26, 20-25 and finished their remarkable season with a record 20-5, the best record they have ever had in school history. The Panthers previously went 18-8 in 2019 and won their second District Championship with wins over North Broward Preparatory School and Pompano Beach High School.
Also, CSC finished second in the Big-Eight Championship and was highlighted by a pair of seniors this year. Olivia Panico finished the season as the team leader in blocks and has the second most kills. Katelin Bilz, who missed time this season due to an injury, was a starter that ranked in the top-six on the team in blocks, kills, aces, digs, serve receptions, and assists.
Alexandra Bruno ended the year as the team leader in kills with over 350. Sarah Henault also shined in 2021 and has over 500 digs in her career and 35 aces. Juniors Sidney Berthiaume, Sydney Mills, Britney Stella, and Julia Dicaprio combined in over 220 sets.
The rest of the team consists of underclassmen in sophomore Caroline Worley, freshman Allyson Gates and eighth-grader Samantha McMillan, who are likely to return for CSC in 2022.
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- Matt Rothman is a 2018 graduate from Florida Gulf Coast University receiving his bachelor’s degree in journalism and then graduated from the University of Florida as a graduate student.
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