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KFS teams take 2nd in conference

The Kenston Forest School (KFS) girls volleyball season has ended with the Lady Kavaliers varsity and junior varsity squads both having placed second in the Virginia Colonial Conference (VCC) for the regular season.

The varsity team also advanced as far as the semifinals in the VCC Tournament. The squad reached that point after defeating the Richmond Christian School Lady Warriors.

But the Lady Kavaliers’ conference run came to an end Nov. 3 with a loss to the Southampton Academy Lady Raiders at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot Catholic School.

The Kenston Forest School junior varsity girls volleyball team also finished second in the Virginia Colonial Conference for the regular season. Team members include, from left, front row, Molly Epperson, Macie Coley, Rachel Moore, Avalon Dougherty, Mya Mahaney; back row, Katie Shaw, Juni Perez, Leslie Lu Walker, Caroline Moore, Lydia Szafranski, Morgan Morris, Samantha Gunn and Lilly Fuller.

The Kenston Forest School junior varsity girls volleyball team also finished second in the Virginia Colonial Conference for the regular season. Team members include, from left, front row, Molly Epperson, Macie Coley, Rachel Moore, Avalon Dougherty, Mya Mahaney; back row, Katie Shaw, Juni Perez, Leslie Lu Walker, Caroline Moore, Lydia Szafranski, Morgan Morris, Samantha Gunn and Lilly Fuller.

The KFS varsity squad ranked eighth in the state and hosted the first round of the state tournament on Nov. 8 and lost to the Christchurch School Lady Seahorses.

The VCC awards were announced at Blessed Sacrament Huguenot on Nov. 5 with several Lady Kavaliers receiving recognition.

Mackenzie Coley, of South Hill, received an All-Academic award. Peyton Clary, of Bracey, made the All-Tournament Team and was named First Team All-Conference. Mary Katherine Coleburn, of Blackstone, also made the All-Conference First Team.

  KFS senior volleyball players are Coley, daughter of Chad and Jannon Coley; Rebecca Hadley, daughter of Mark and Pam Hadley; and Mary Katherine Coleburn, daughter of Billy and Joyce Coleburn.

The Middle School team continued to grow and learn and had a great season as well.