Wildcat Chronicle

Senior Laura Katarzynski signs letter of intent with University of Northern Colorado to play volleyball.

Senior athletes sign intent to play volleyball in college

November 9, 2017

Two volleyball players committed to their respective schools and signed letters of intent as parents an...

Volley for the cure

October 11, 2017

Students and staff came together to support volleyball coach Kris Hasty. Athletic director Doug Mullaney congratulates coach Hasty.

Night of volleyball honors the retirement of a coach

October 13, 2016

When head volleyball coach Kris Hasty saw gym teachers sporting Hasty Night t-shirts, she knew someth...

Seniors Madison Kassaros, Tai Bibbs and juniors Laura Katarzysnki and Angelina Gromos commited to continue to play their sports beyond high school and in college.

Athletes commit to their respective schools to play sports

October 5, 2016

Playing sports in college can be challenging, but several student athletes who have committed to their spo...

Junior Maggie Smith hits the ball over the net against East Aurora. The team won against East Aurora.

Team continues to be undefeated in the valley division

September 15, 2016

After competing with East Aurora on Tuesday,  the girls volleyball team remain undefeated in the Upstat...

Senior girls volleyball player Ronni Katarzynski signs her intent to play at the University of North Carolina at Greensboro. She will play as a libero for the team.

Senior athletes sign intent for a future in sports

May 11, 2016

Two senior athletes signed themselves up for a future in their respective sports as their parents and coa...

Positives outweigh negatives in season finale

The girls volleyball season ended on Oct. 27 with a loss in the second game of regional play.  Senior captain Ronni Katarzynski serves against St. Francis High School.

By Kyle Paup, Editor in Chief

November 4, 2015

After a loss in the second round of regional play on Oct. 27, the girls volleyball season has come to a...

Volley for the Cure night raised over $2000 for breast cancer research through various forms of fundraising, including T-shirt sales and raffles. The team won against Bartlett with a score of 2-0.

‘Losing is not an option,’ volleyball team raises funds for cancer research

October 1, 2015

Volley for the Cure night on Sept. 29 raised over $2000 for Susan G. Komen breast cancer research. The...

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