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Another banner volleyball season for Sonoma

Senior Kayten Mak (left) and her freshman sister Jenna Mak, who makes a dig as the team’s libero during a match in Pfeiffer Gym, were all-league standouts for the SCL-champion Lady Dragons. Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

Senior Kayten Mak (left) and her freshman sister Jenna Mak, who makes a dig as the team’s libero during a match in Pfeiffer Gym, were all-league standouts for the SCL-champion Lady Dragons. Bill Hoban/Index-Tribune

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It was another banner fall season for Sonoma Valley High School’s varsity volleyball girls, who won both their third-straight Sonoma County League championship and SCL Tournament title, before posting back-to-back North Coast Section victories before falling to powerful Bishop O’Dowd in the NCS Division-3 semifinals.

Though they just short of the NCS Division-3 title match and a spot in the NorCal playoffs, the Lady Dragons finished their impressive season with a 30-7 overall record and 61st state ranking.