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Crimson Cliffs’ girls volleyball looks to 4A playoffs in Region 10


Callie Finlinson (9) goes up for a block with fellow senior Maci Cottam during the Mustangs' 3-0 sweep over Snow Canyon on Tuesday night.

While Desert Hills High School has established itself as the dominant force in Region 10 volleyball over the last decade, and one of the more consistent programs state-wide, in the short few years it’s been around, Crimson Cliffs has seen its program blossom.

In their first three years as a program, the Mustangs have gone over .500 in each of those seasons, and advanced to the 4A semifinals a year ago.

That semifinalist team brought back major pieces, including its top two hitters in seniors Riann Gines and Callie Finlinson.

“They’re huge leaders on the court,” said head coach Gabrielle Hasenbeck. “We can’t run our offense without them. Outsides in general tend to get most of the sets, especially in our system but they terminate, and they terminate a lot. They’re big parts of our offense. I adore all these kids. They’re my favorite team I’ve ever coached.”





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