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Volleyball notes

By JOHN C. COTEY
Published September 28, 2006


Gulf coach Shari Schau picked up her 100th win last week with a victory over Springstead. Finally.

Schau got flowers and lots of pats on the back from parents and players afterward, which she called "very nice."

"I didn't figure it was ever going to happen with the way we were playing," Schau added, laughing.

Schau said she was pleased with the milestone, but put it in perspective. She entered with 96 wins this year and expected to reach the mark much sooner.

"It's nice to just think I've been around to get 100 wins. ...but it is my 11th year of coaching," she said. "That I'm not real thrilled about."

The Bucs continue to befuddle the coach, playing great in a win over Zephyrhills in a key district contest, then committing 15 service errors a week later against Hernando.

[Last modified September 28, 2006, 07:22:21]


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