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Palo Alto girls take 32-1 mark into final week of regular season

Original post made on Nov 2, 2010

==BI Prep volleyball roundup==

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Posted by Theresa Carey
a resident of Gunn High School
on Nov 2, 2010 at 11:21 am

I just wanted to correct the order of Gunn's matches at Spikefest II. The first match was the win over Harbor. After that, Gunn lost to Notre Dame-Belmont, then beat Menlo. That put Gunn in the Bronze Division playoff where they met (and beat) Lincoln. Then the Titans played Sacred Heart Cathedral (S.F.) in the Bronze Division championship match, which they lost.

The team finished 10th out of 32, which is much better than the finish at Spikefest I where the Titans finished 17th overall. Sacred Heart Cathedral was in the championship match of Spikefest I (Paly was at the High Sierra tournament that weekend) but lost to Presentation.


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