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Braves Report: November 7, 2019

Braves making their presence felt in VVAL and NCS playoffs
Football- The JS Football team finished the season strong with a win over American Canyon to finish the season 7-3, you can read about it here. The boys are now awaiting their seed for the NCS Playoffs, which will open up the weekend of November 15/16. Stay tuned to find out time and date of the game and Go Braves!!
Volleyball- The Girls Volleyball team earned a #14 seed in the playoffs and then went up to Kelseyville and defeated the #3 seeded Knights in straight sets! The following round the Braves traveled to Santa Rosa and took on Roseland University Prep, ending their season. Overall the Braves had a solid season and we look forward to another strong season next year!
Girls Tennis- Our Girls Tennis team continued their dominance this season, winning the VVAL Championship for the 2nd year in a row!! They are undefeated so far this season, and just earlier today, Priyanka Shanker won the VVAL Singles title and Bella Rampa and Megha Jackson won the VVAL doubles crown. As a team, the girls have now won 27 matches in a row over the past 2 seasons. The Braves will enter the NCS Playoffs next week and look to continue their perfect season, Go Braves!
Girls Water Polo- The Braves finished the season with an 11-1 mark in the VVAL, earning a tie for the VVAL Championship with Napa for the 2nd straight year. They have been seeded #3 in the NCS Playoffs and after a bye on Wednesday, open up NCS with a game against Encinal. Good luck ladies!!
Cross Country- After a slow start in terms of overall team finish in the VVAL, both Girls and Boys teams have come on strong and shown great improvement. Yesterday, at a league meet with all teams, both girls and boys finished 3rd, their best finish of the season!! These runners continue to work hard and improve as they head towards the NCS Meets later in November.
Girls Golf- JS Girls Golf continued their tradition of excellence, placing 3rd overall in the VVAL with a strong 9-3 record. The team then qualified for the NCS team championship match, and placed 4th overall. 
Boys Water Polo- The Boys may not have had the in-pool success in terms of wins and losses, but this team worked incredibly hard this season and got better as the season went along. Also, many of the players on the team were new to Water Polo, and tried it out on the urging of their peers. We are incredibly proud of the Boys for branching outside their comfort zone, and with the team being made up of mostly underclassmen, look forward to a strong team next year.