Crystal Lake South girls volleyball coach Jorie Fontana resigned her position after 14 years, athletic director Jason Bott announced. Fontana had a 313-180 record and led the Gators to four Fox Valley Conference, five regional and three sectional titles.
Crystal Lake South's Jorie Fontana is the Fall 2021 Northwest Herald Volleyball Coach of Year after leading the Gators to their first Fox Valley Conference championship since 2014 and first regional title since 2015.
Crystal Lake South's Jessie Proszenyak was a source of big points, big swings and big moments throughout a memorable year for the Gators, who won their first FVC title since 2014 and first regional title since 2015. Proszenyak was voted the Fall 2021 Northwest Herald Volleyball Player of the Year by the sports staff.
McHenry County College’s volleyball team placed 10th at the NJCAA Division II National Championships, ending their fourth national tournament appearance in six years with a 25-13, 25-22, 25-16 loss to No. 7-seeded Scottsdale (Ariz.) in the ninth-place match at Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
McHenry County College's women's volleyball won both of its matches Friday at the NJCAA Division II National Championships in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and will play for ninth place against Scottsdale (Ariz.) at 10 a.m. Saturday.
McHenry County College's volleyball team will make its fourth trip in six years to the NJCAA Division II National Championships, which start Thursday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. The Scots were hopeful to go last spring before a positive COVID-19 test cut their season short.