Cy-Fair HS volleyball team finishes season as regional finalists

November 18, 2019

The Cy-Fair High School volleyball team poses with the regional finalist trophy after falling to Ridge Point High School in the regional final of the Class 6A playoffs. The last time Cy-Fair advanced to the regional final was in 2013.
The Cy-Fair High School volleyball team poses with the regional finalist trophy after falling to Ridge Point High School in the regional final of the Class 6A playoffs. The last time Cy-Fair advanced to the regional final was in 2013.

Nov. 18, 2019—The Cy-Fair High School volleyball team finished its 2019 season as regional finalist of the Class 6A playoffs after falling to Ridge Point High School in the regional final on Nov. 16.

The Bobcats first played in the regional semifinal on Nov. 15 at Wheeler Fieldhouse, defeating Deer Park High School in three straight sets by the scores of 25-22, 25-20 and 25-22. Ridge Point then defeated Cy-Fair in straight sets by the scores of 25-17, 25-13 and 25-19 in the regional final on Nov. 16 at Wheeler Fieldhouse. The Bobcats finish the season with a 37-11 overall record.

Cy-Fair High School freshman Alisa Cofer, left, and sophomore Alexia Robinson, right, block the ball against Deer Park High School in the regional semifinal on Nov. 15 at Wheeler Fieldhouse. The Bobcats swept Deer Park in three straight sets to advance to the regional final.
Cy-Fair High School freshman Alisa Cofer, left, and sophomore Alexia Robinson, right, block the ball against Deer Park High School in the regional semifinal on Nov. 15 at Wheeler Fieldhouse. The Bobcats swept Deer Park in three straight sets to advance to the regional final.

The last time Cy-Fair advanced to the regional final was in 2013, losing to Clear Lake High School. 

“An August prediction for Cy-Fair being in the regional semifinal would have been unlikely,” said Donna Benotti, Cy-Fair head volleyball coach. “But with this team never say never. The Bobcats were dedicated and committed to each other and one goal all season. They were determined to do better every day and always united as one. We went through more line-up and position changes and moved junior varsity players to finally settle in with a winning recipe. I am so proud of this team and their commitment to a fighting attitude. They never gave up. BFND really means something to us. My coaching staff has been amazing every day to help each player meet their potential. I’m very fortunate to have the opportunity to coach such an outstanding group of girls and I’m beyond proud of their accomplishments.”

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