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John Glenn's Carly McCrum (15) and Abi Tarrant (2) hug in to the court to win its second straight Bay County Volleyball Championship. 4 - Four Pac-12 standouts were named to the John R. Wooden Award National Player of the Year Midseason Top 25 on Wednesday. Congratulations to Coach Kevin Harrington longtime Elwood /John Glenn Volleyball Coach who will be inducted into the Suffolk County Sports Hall of Fame in.

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2022-2023 Course Registration Information:

-Registration activities will take place in your child's class during the week of 1/3/22-1/7/22. Guidance counselors will distribute registration information to all students during the school day following the schedule below.  If your student is absent or is not currently enrolled in the course to receive the presentation, all information can be located here.

In class registration schedule:

Current 9th Graders (Class of 2025)-counselors will push registration information into your English 9 class Wednesday, January 5
Current 10th Graders (Class of 2024)-counselors will push registration information into your Biology class Thursday, January 6
Current 11th Graders (Class of 2023)-counselors will push registration information into your US History class Tuesday, January 4

-Campus registration for 2022-2023 will be open from January 5th at 3pm -January 21st at 3pm. During this time, your child will work to finalize next year's course requests and will have the ability to enter and change course requests in Campus anytime during the registration window. 

-Registration is final. Students should select courses that are:
1. required for graduation
2. related to their interests and goals
3. are in preparation for the student's unique post high goals.

Additional registration help is available to students.  Counselors will be offering two registration help sessions-students may sign up for Registration Help during WIN time on Wednesday January 12 or Wednesday January 19. 

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The Citadel photographer’s top 21 images from 2021

Cameron Pollack has served as The Citadel’s Manager of Photography since 2020. Prior to joining The Citadel, he graduated from Cornell University with a bachelor’s degree in Government and completed internships with the Boston Red Sox, NPR, Detroit Free Press and The Philadelphia Inquirer. If he doesn’t have a camera in his hand, you can find Cameron reading on his porch, trying every new restaurant in Charleston or roller skating in Hampton Park.

“I had no idea how 2021 would pan out. Would we spend the year masking and social distancing with a perpetual drone of anxiety over our heads as we had in 2020? Or would we get vaccinated and quickly return to something resembling the before times? Not knowing what the outcome would be, I resolved to do what I always do — document what makes The Citadel unique; and show the strength of our community whenever I saw it.

Whether it’s General Walters cheering on the basketball team by himself, Sergeant Major Jason Moffitt getting vaccinated by one of our own nursing cadets, knobs embracing on Recognition Day, our Regimental Commander Kathryn Christmas welcoming her VMI counterpart at parade, Sierra Company commander Jaret Price leading a stair climb commemorating 9/11 or our Volleyball team supporting each other at the NCAA tournament, I was always drawn to the moments when we lifted each other up.

In this time of perpetual flux, building and nurturing our community, supporting one another and marching forward together is, to me, what principled leadership looks like. Going into 2022, I’ll still be photographing with that in mind.”

Cameron Pollack, Manager of Photography for The Citadel

Cameron’s top 21 images from 2021


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2021 HMG-COMMUNITY NEWS ALL-AREA TEAMS – Cerritos football, Artesia girls volleyball droughts stopped in revival of full fall season

December 30, 2021

By Loren Kopff • @LorenKopff on Twitter


The return of a full 10-game football season, for most, and the girls volleyball season headlined the 2021 fall athletic season for the eight area high schools. The Cerritos High football team claimed the 605 League for a second straight season, but its first true league title since 2001. Norwalk High football found its way back to the playoffs while on the girls volleyball court, Artesia High snapped the area’s second longest playoff drought. Here the 2021 HMG-Community News All-Area Teams.



QB-Nehuel Garcia (La Mirada)

RB-Jonathan Goodloe (Norwalk)

RB-Iona Young (John Glenn)

WR-Xavier Hicks (La Mirada)

WR-Aidan Nasser (La Mirada)

UTL-K’Len Williams (Artesia)

LT-Francis Carrillo (Cerritos)

LG-Kobe Dixon (Artesia)

C-Daniel Aguilar (Artesia)

RG-Angel Rosales (Norwalk)

RT-Troy Hancock (La Mirada)


DL-Ethan Cook (La Mirada)

DL-Moises Mendoza (Cerritos)

DL-Aidan Nasser (La Mirada)

DB-Rocco Caldarella (Valley Christian)

DB-Jonathan Goodloe (Norwalk)

DB-Adrian Martinez (Artesia)

DB-Grant Fueston (Cerritos)

LB-Erick Louie III (Cerritos)

LB-Joshua Peck (Artesia)

LB-Diego Rodriguez (Cerritos)

LB-Ronnie Velasquez (La Mirada)


QB-David Sagun (Cerritos)

RB-David Herrera (Norwalk)

RB-Edward Lafferre (La Mirada)

WR-Nick Bozanic (Valley Christian)

WR-Pablo Cruz (Artesia)

UTL-Erin Moses (Artesia)

LT-Leo Martinez (Norwalk)

LG-Aidan Diaz (Cerritos)

C-Diego Hernandez (Norwalk)

RG-Ivan Lopez (Artesia)

RT-Jacob Smith (Valley Christian)


DL-Cage Cantlin (Cerritos)

DL-Kobe Dixon (Artesia)

DL-Mikel Udengwu (John Glenn)

DB-Caden Barnhill (Norwalk)

DB-Manoj Cowgill (Cerritos)

DB-Mateo Martinez (Cerritos)

DB-Erin Moses (Artesia)

LB-Daniel Aguilar (Artesia)

LB-JoJo Apisala (Valley Christian)

LB-Richard Ramos (John Glenn)

LB-Carson Slager (Valley Christian)


QB-Logan Lemonnier (Valley Christian)

RB-Rocco Caldarella (Valley Christian)

RB-Connor Defrain (Cerritos)

WR-Mateo Martinez (Cerritos)

WR-Carson Slager (Valley Christian)

UTL-Aiden Petruescu (La Mirada)

LT-Avery Towning (Artesia)

LG-Joseph Chavez (John Glenn)

C-Elijah Santos (Cerritos)

RG-Christopher Chang (Valley Christian)

RT-Alejandro Del Villar (Artesia)


DL-Christopher Chang (Valley Christian)

DL-Daniel Espinoza (John Glenn)

DL-Tuini Mataele (Gahr)

DB-Brent Burroughs (La Mirada)

DB-Pablo Cruz (Artesia)

DB-Manuel Sigala (John Glenn)

DB-Jack Turnbow (Valley Christian)

LB-Daniel Castillo (Norwalk)

LB-Andrew Foreman (Artesia)

LB-Micah McNeil (Gahr)

LB-Kalen Montgomery (Gahr)

Offensive Player of the Year-Artesia was young and inexperienced this past season but one of the bright spots was watching senior quarterback K’Len Williams’ versatility on the field. Williams completed 66 passes for 771 yards and threw four touchdowns while also leading the Pioneers on the ground with 1,014 yards on 168 carries and another 11 touchdowns. Against John Glenn High on Oct. 15, he scored all five touchdowns on runs of no greater than 14 yards. Williams was also the 605 League Co-Most Valuable Player.

Defensive Player of the Year-Erick Louie III is a part of the sudden rise of the Cerritos program over the past year. The senior linebacker led the Dons, and all area players, with 88 tackles and three sacks. He was also the 605 League Most Valuable Defensive Back.

Coach of the Year-Norwalk head coach Ruben Guerrero has turned around the program after one season as he guided the Lancers to a 6-5 record and a trip to the playoffs for the first time since 2017. Prior to Guerrero taking over as head coach, the Lancers had gone 4-21over the past three seasons. Norwalk scored at least 35 points six times in 2021 and revitalized its double wing offense.



S-Leanna Tolentino (Cerritos)

OH-Riley Abundo (Gahr)

OH-Kaelyn Arnold (Valley Christian)

OH-Mikayla Guerrero (Cerritos)

MB-Isabella Dantzler (Cerritos)

MB-Lauren Thorpe (Valley Christian)

OPP-Ari Schmidt (Valley Christian)

DS-Jada Ramos (Cerritos)

LIB-Anneke Dekraker (Valley Christian)


S-Shawnee Starke (Valley Christian)

OH-Jordynn Hollins (Cerritos)

OH-Bailey Mahan (La Mirada)

OH-Monse Rodriguez Vega (Gahr)

MB-Kiara Davis (Gahr)

MB-Milan Nimeh (La Mirada)

OPP-Alyssa Meraz (La Mirada)

DS-Stephanie Avina (Artesia)

LIB-Leila Tolentino (Cerritos)


S-Kira Magdaleno (Artesia)

OH-Andrea Arzate (Artesia)

OH-Rebecca Joy Simbol (Whitney)

OH-Kendall Nakano (Norwalk)

MB-Samantha Sims (Valley Christian)

MB-Magaly Zeferino (Artesia)

OPP-Simone Johnson (Gahr)

DS-Mia Rodriguez (Cerritos)

LIB-Zayetzi Diaz (La Mirada)


S-Isabela Esteban (Whitney)

OH-Brianna Aguirre (Norwalk)

OH-Alexis Brazil (Artesia)

OH-Kaylani Moncada (John Glenn)

MB-Samantha Candelaria (Whitney)

MB-Delylah Faamatau (Norwalk)

OPP-Layla Monteon (La Mirada)

DS-Francie Leffler (Valley Christian)

LIB-Stacey Valentin (Norwalk)

Player of the Year-Valley Christian High senior outside hitter Kaelyn Arnold became another of great players in that position to have come through that prestigious program. Arnold led the Defenders with 175 kills, had a hitting percentage of .121 and had 218 digs, second on the team. She also led V.C. with 81 aces and helped her team tie for second place in the competitive Olympic League.

Coach of the Year-Artesia hasn’t had much success when it comes to girls volleyball, but head coach Tommy Dube did something the program had not done since 2010. He guided the Pioneers to the playoffs following a four-set win against Whitney High in the 605 League third place tiebreaker match. Artesia, which would fall to La Mirada High in the Division 7 playoffs, ended the season at 9-11 overall and 5-5 in league. Those marks are the best Artesia has seen since 2010 when that team went 10-14, 6-6.










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Here's a look at the local prep scores from Tuesday, Jan. 4.


Bethany Christian 51, Lakewood Park Christian 46

The Bruins welcomed the return of sophomore Mariah Stoltzfus by picking up a nice road win over LPC. Stoltzfus finished with 14 points, while teammate Zoe Willems had 24 points, nine rebounds and three steals in the win that improves Bethany to 5-9 overall.

Mishawaka Marian 68, Goshen 36

The RedHawks are now 6-9 on the season following a road loss to the Knights.

John Glenn 48, NorthWood 47

The Falcons edged the Panthers, sending NorthWood to a 2-17 overall record now on the season.

Garrett 51, Fairfield 46

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NorthWood 47, Columbia City 41

The No. 4 (Class 3A) Panthers picked up an impressive road win over the Eagles to improve to 11-1 overall on the season. Ian Raasch had 14 points and 11 rebounds in the win for NorthWood.

Concord 57, New Prairie 33

The Minutemen snapped a three-game losing streak with a comfortable home win over the Cougars, improving to 4-5 overall in the process.

East Noble 68, Westview 55

Mason Yoder had an astounding 42 points, but it wasn't enough for the Warriors as they lost in non-conference action to the Knights. Westview is now 4-3 on the season.

Goshen 41, Marquette Catholic 38

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Churubusco 43, Fairfield 27

The Falcons dropped an NECC dual to the Eagles, falling to 3-6 overall in duals and 2-6 in conference ones.


Northridge sweeps Wawasee

In two highly competitive contests, the Raiders' girls edged Wawasee 94-92, while the boys were 102-81 victors over the Warriors. Both Northridge teams are now 6-2 overall and 6-0 in Northern Lakes Conference matches. Both Wawasee teams are 4-2 in conference contests, with the girls 5-2 overall and boys 4-2.

Goshen sweeps NorthWood

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Men's basketball: Marian 83, Maple Leafs 64

Robert Sanders' 19 points weren't enough to lift the Leafs over the No. 22-ranked Knights. GC falls to 5-12 overall and 1-4 in Crossroads League games.

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Pac-12 Men's Basketball Weekly Release - Jan. 5, 2022

by Pac-12 Conference

Jan 5, 2022



1-of-3 - USC is 1-of-3 undefeated teams remaining in NCAA Division I through Jan. 4 games (Baylor, Colorado State).

  • At 12-0, the Trojans are off to their best start since 2016-17 (14-0) and tied for the fifth-best start in program history (1909-10 - 17-0; 1970-71 - 16-0; 2016-17 - 14-0; 1939-40 - 13-0; 2021-22 & 1924-25 - 12-0).
  • USC’s start is the best for a Pac-12 program since 2017-18 (Arizona State 12-0).

3 - Pac-12 Men’s Basketball has been historically strong at the top so far in 2021-22 with the trio of ARIZONA, UCLA and USC ranked in the Associated Press Top 10.

  • The three teams appear in the AP Top 10 (No. 5 UCLA, No. 7 USC, No. 8 ARIZONA) for the fourth consecutive week. The four weeks of three AP Top 10 teams is the third-longest for the Conference in poll history (since 1949), bettered only by totals of seven weeks in 2016-17 and 1997-98.
  • It marks eight consecutive weeks with three AP Top 25 programs, the longest stretch of three ranked teams for the Conference since 2016-17 (all 19 weeks).

4 - Four Pac-12 standouts were named to the John R. Wooden Award National Player of the Year Midseason Top 25 on Wednesday. The four midseason candidates are the second-most of any conference (Big Ten - 9) and the most for the Conference since the 2017-18 season.

  • Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
  • Johnny Juzang, UCLA
  • Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
  • Isaiah Mobley, USC

5 - After USC’s current 12-game win streak - the second-longest in NCAA Division I (Baylor 20) - the Pac-12’s second-best active win streak belongs to CALIFORNIA at five consecutive victories.

  • It marks the Golden Bears’ longest win streak since a five-game Conference win streak during the 2016-17 season. The Bears last had a lengthier win streak during the 2015-16 campaign (seven straight wins).
  • California also owns the Pac-12’s second-longest home court win streak with nine straight victories at Haas Pavilion; only ARIZONA’s 10 straight home wins at McKale Center is a longer active streak.

13, 8 - Two of the five longest Conference series win streaks are slated to be on the line this Saturday, including the current longest active series streak.

  • UTAH has won a Conference-leading 13 consecutive contests against WASHINGTON STATE dating to 2014. The Cougars’ last win in the series came Jan. 12, 2014 in Pullman (49-46).
  • UCLA has won its last eight meetings with CALIFORNIA, tied as the fifth-longest series win streak in the league.


Johnny Juzang, UCLA

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Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
Johnny Juzang, UCLA

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Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
Johnny Juzang, UCLA
Isaiah Mobley, USC
Will Richardson, Oregon

Midseason Top 25

Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
Johnny Juzang, UCLA
Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona
Isaiah Mobley, USC

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Tyger Campbell, UCLA
Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
Johnny Juzang, UCLA
Isaiah Mobley, USC
Will Richardson, Oregon

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Bob Cousy Point Guard of the Year
Tyger Campbell, UCLA
Will Richardson, Oregon

Jerry West Shooting Guard of the Year
De’Vion Harmon, Oregon
Johnny Juzang, UCLA
Bennedict Mathurin, Arizona

Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year
Marcus Bagley, Arizona State
Harrison Ingram, Stanford
Jaime Jaquez Jr., UCLA
Jabari Walker, Colorado

Karl Malone Power Forward of the Year
Quincy Guerrier, Oregon
Isaiah Mobley, USC
Azuolas Tubelis, Arizona

Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year
Myles Johnson, UCLA

Top 30 Candidates

Evan Battey, Colorado
Jules Bernard, UCLA
Myles Johnson, UCLA



  • The Pac-12 transitioned to a 20-game league schedule in 2020-21 in an effort to add more competitive and higher quality regional games to schedules and to elevate the national branding of Pac-12 men’s basketball. In addition to the second season of 20 league games, the Pac-12 unveiled in May 2021 a new 10-year annual opponent rotation for 2021-31. More details at


  • The Pac-12 implemented non-conference scheduling standards beginning with the 2020-21 season with goals of improving out-of-league schedule strength and increasing the number of NCAA Tournament selections. The standards include: (i) a non-Conference five-year trailing average of opponents’ NET ranking must be 175 or less, (ii) no participation in road buy games, (iii) no regular season games against non-Division I opponents and (iv) no road games versus a non-conference opponent with a five-year trailing average of 200 NET.


  • On Aug. 24, the ACC, Big Ten and Pac-12 announced an historic alliance that will bring 41 world-class institutions together on a collaborative approach surrounding the future evolution of college athletics and scheduling. The alliance – which was unanimously supported by the presidents, chancellors and athletics directors at all 41 institutions – will be guided in all cases by a commitment to, and prioritization of, supporting student-athlete well-being, academic and athletic opportunities, experiences and diverse educational programming. More details at


  • The 2022 Pac-12 Tournament Championship Game on Saturday, March 12 will be broadcast by FOX for the first time. The title contest will tip off at 6 p.m. PT with a lead-in from the BIG EAST Championship. It will mark the title game’s first airing on a broadcast network since 2012 (CBS).


  • After having the planned 2020 quadrupleheader canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the Conference launched the Pac-12 US LBM Coast-to-Coast Challenge in 2021 – a unique non-conference scheduling event designed to provide opportunities for its programs against quality opponents in marquee markets around the country. More details at

2021 Pac-12 US LBM Coast-to-Coast Challenge
Sunday, Dec. 19 - T-Mobile Arena - Las Vegas
12:00 p.m. PT - #17 Texas 60, STANFORD 53 (men) - ABC
2:30 p.m. PT -  #11 Texas 74, San Diego 58 (women) - ESPN2 (ARIZONA DNP due to COVID protocols)


  • In 2022-23, the Pac-12 and Southwestern Athletic Conference (SWAC) will launch an educational and scheduling agreement featuring first-of-its-kind home-and-home series. The men’s and women’s basketball partnership is aimed at creating both a forum for competition, as well as promotion and education around issues of anti-racism and social justice. The partnership is set to begin in Nov. 2022, with six matchups for the initial men’s cycle determined. More details at


  • In July 2020, every head men’s basketball coach from the Pac-12 Conference pledged his support to participate in the McLendon Minority Leadership Initiative to provide minorities a jump-start to their careers through practical experiences, opportunities to build their network, and instilling the values of John McLendon: Integrity, Education, Leadership, and Mentorship.


  • The Pac-12 Conference, Chase Center and the Golden State Warriors will serve as hosts for this year’s NCAA Division I Men’s Basketball Championship West Regional March 24 & 26, 2022. The groups also will serve as West Regional hosts in 2025.
  • It will mark the first time the NCAA Tournament will be played within the city of San Francisco since the West Regional was staged at the California Coliseum on Treasure Island in March 1939. Daly City’s Cow Palace (1955, 1958-60), Oakland’s Oracle Arena (1990, 1995, 2006) and San Jose’s SAP Center (1997, 2002, 2007, 2010, 2013, 2017, 2019) are among the other Bay Area venues to host the tourney.
  • Additionally, ARIZONA STATE will serve as host of the 2024 NCAA Final Four at State Farm Stadium in Glendale, Ariz.

CONFERENCE STANDINGS (Expanded Standings) 

TeamsPac-12 RecordOverall Record
#7 USC2-012-0
#8 Arizona2-012-1
#5 UCLA1-08-1
Washington State1-18-5
Arizona State1-25-8
Oregon State1-23-10

WEEKLY SCHEDULE (All games, tip times & TV broadcasts are subject to change)
For the most up-to-date schedules, visit Expanded Schedule

Thursday, Jan. 6TVTime (PT)
Long Beach State at UCLAPAC124:30 p.m. PT
#7 USC at CALIFORNIA*FS18:00 p.m. PT
Saturday, Jan. 8TVTime (PT)
#5 UCLA at CALIFORNIA*PAC125:00 p.m. PT
Sunday, Jan. 9TVTime (PT)


Week ofPlayer of the WeekFreshman of the Week
Nov. 15Johnny Juzang, Jr., UCLAHarrison Ingram, Stanford
Nov. 22Christian Koloko, Jr., ArizonaMouhamed Gueye, Washington State
Nov. 29Terrell Brown Jr., Sr., WashingtonK.J. Simpson, Colorado
Dec. 6Bennedict Mathurin, So., ArizonaLazar Stefanovic, Utah
Dec. 13Bennedict Mathurin, So., ArizonaHarrison Ingram, Stanford
Dec. 20Chevez Goodwin, R-Sr., USCHarrison Ingram, Stanford
Dec. 27Grant Anticevich, 5th, CaliforniaHarrison Ingram, Stanford
Jan. 3Will Richardson, Sr., OregonGlenn Taylor Jr., Oregon State
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Feb. 7
Feb. 14
Feb. 21
Feb. 28
March 7


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Phyllis J Donmoyer, 73, of Renfrew, passed away on Sunday, January 2, 2022.

She was born in Butler on April 2, 1948, to the late Ralph and Leona (Yost) Dietrich.

Phyllis retired from Pennsylvania Department of Transportation. She was a member of St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Connoquenessing. She enjoyed working with her Uncle Floyd and her brother Chester, spending time with family and friends, watching Steelers games, and working with her hands. She was loved and missed by all.

Phyllis is survived by Evelyn Oesterling, Chester Dietrich, Edna Mae Neff, Vera Angles, Carl Dietrich, Howard Dietrich, Winifred Hiles, Kathleen Sherman, Rose Mainhart, and several nieces and nephews. She was preceded in death by her husband John Donmoyer Sr; an infant sister; brother Glenn; sister Carolyn; and nephew Chester.

Friends are asked to gather for a memorial service on Saturday, January 8, 2022, at 10:30 a.m. at St. Paul’s United Church of Christ in Connoquenessing. All arrangements through the Spencer D. Geibel Funeral Home & Cremation Services, 140 New Castle Road, Butler, PA 16001;

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Gophers sweep South Dakota in NCAA volleyball; Stanford up next

The previous two times the Gophers met Stanford in the NCAA volleyball tournament, it was in the Final Four at neutral sites. Both times, the Gophers lost. On Saturday they will get a chance at revenge inside the raucous confines of Maturi Pavilion.

Minnesota, the No. 12 overall seed and host for the first two rounds, opened its tournament Friday night with a 25-19, 25-22, 25-17 sweep of South Dakota, as matches returned to campus sites after last season's tournament was sequestered in Omaha.

The victory set up a second-round matchup with the Cardinal that is more typically reserved for the final weekend of the tournament.

The Gophers (21-8) have reached three Final Fours since 2015 under Hugh McCutcheon. Nine-time national champion Stanford has reached four Final Fours in that span — winning it all in 2016, '18 (at Target Center) and '19. They defeated the Gophers in four sets at the national semifinals in 2016 under former coach John Dunning and three sets under current coach Kevin Hambly in 2019.

"It gets hot and heavy pretty quick, that's for sure," McCutcheon said. "They're a good team and now that they're healthy. ... We know they're good. I mean, they're the real deal. It should be some good volleyball."

The teams met in Eugene, Ore., in September at the Big Ten/Pac 12 Challenge and the Gophers won easily in four sets. It marked only the second win over the Cardinal in 12 matches all time.

The familiarity for Hambly and McCutcheon extends beyond the court. The two met as players at Brigham Young, coached for USA Volleyball, faced off several times when Hambly was coach at Illinois and have a friendship that runs so deep Hambly was the best man at McCutcheon's wedding.

"What's really cool about Hugh and my relationship is it has nothing to do with volleyball," Hambly said. "We were teammates and that's how we met, but we're friends off the court. When we get on the court it's about the athletes."

That's one area where the Gophers might find themselves at a disadvantage.

All-Big Ten first-team libero CC McGraw missed Friday's victory due to medical reasons. The senior is a two-time all-conference standout and No. 5 all time at Minnesota in digs.

There was no update on her availability for Saturday.

The Gophers were able to use their balance and depth to defeat a Coyotes team that was up for the challenge.

Big Ten Player of the Year Stephanie Samedy was all over the court — with 13 kills and eight digs — and the Gophers also received key offensive contributions from sophomore Jenna Wenaas (10 kills, six digs) and senior Airi Miyabe (eight kills, four digs). Melani Shaffmaster added a game-high 28 assists. They also controlled the net, tallying 10 blocks to four for the Coyotes (20-10).

"I think we went about our business how we normally would," Shaffmaster said. "I think a lot of people on our team can play every spot if we need them, too. And we kept connecting as we normally do. It's just another night of good volleyball for us."

While Stanford brought its championship pedigree to Minneapolis, this wasn't the usual opening weekend of the tournament for the Cardinal.

Stanford (19-10) hadn't traveled for the first round since 2004 and battled for a 25-19, 23-25, 25-18, 25-17 victory over Iowa State (16-12), a team that featured three players who were all-conference in the Big 12 this season.

Kami Miner, the Pac-12 Freshman of the Year, hovered in the middle of everything, totaling a game-high 52 assists while hitters Kendall Kipp and Caitie Baird showed why they were named all-conference.

Baird finished with 22 kills on 48 attempts (.396%) while Kipp added 20 on 36 (.417%).

Now the Gophers and Cardinal ready for a second-round matchup with a Final Four feel. The recent matchups pepper the highest level of competition the sport has to offer.

It's doubtful anyone will object to an unusually early reunion.

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