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Lady Wildcats look to soar higher
The 2013 varsity volleyball Lady Wildcats are: front, Chandler Holmes, Kaitlyn Grant and Sarah Strazza; back, coach Ali Butcher, Diana Malave, Sophia Hofeling, Kristen Sparks, Madi Nygaard, Carolyne Casaine, Jena Jacobs and coach Ashleigh Davis-Lee. Richmond Hill High School's volleyball program has won two region titles in its four years of

Richmond Hill High School has been an area volleyball powerhouse in its short existence. Twice in the four years since the program started, the Lady Wildcats have won region titles — the most recent last season when RHHS brought home the Region 3-AAAAA trophy.
They’ve done it under coach Ashleigh Davis-Lee, who has quietly put together a program that will likely challenge for its third title in five years this fall. Her recipe for success?
“A determination to succeed and be one of the top contenders in the area,” she said. “And we have to make the top programs want to play us. The better the teams we play, the more we improve.”
The Lady Wildcats are 81-67 overall in Davis-Lee’s tenure, in no small part due to her insistence on scheduling the best nonregion competition she can find. It’s paid off in region play. The Lady Wildcats are 36-9 in region competition since beginning in 3-AAA in 2009. Since then, Richmond Hill has moved up to 2-AAAA and now 3-AAAAA as the school has grown.

Read full story in Aug. 21 issue of the Bryan County News. 

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