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November 12, 1995
In Division I: Mater Dei 3, Irvine 0--Roberta Gehlke had eight kills and Nikki Noya added five solo blocks as Mater Dei (20-2) advanced to the semifinals, 15-9, 15-2, 15-8.
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SPORTS
October 17, 1993
Mater Dei defeated Torrance Bishop Montgomery, 15-8, to win the championship at the Redondo Beach girls' volleyball tournament Saturday night in Redondo Beach. The Monarchs' Allison Stricklin was named the tournament's most valuable player, and Roberta Gehlke was named to the all-tournament team.
SPORTS
October 15, 1995
Roberta Gehlke had 34 kills to lead second-ranked Mater Dei to a 9-15, 15-13, 15-10, 15-13 victory in the championship match of the Torrey Pines girls' volleyball tournament Saturday at Torrey Pines. Gehlke was named tournament MVP and Ami Orr, who had 19 kills in the championship match, was an all-tournament selection.
SPORTS
July 3, 1993
Pete Pyle has been hired as the girls' basketball coach at Rancho Alamitos High School, Athletic Director Dan Rankin said Friday. Pyle, 30, has been a lower-level coach for the boys' program at Rancho Alamitos. He replaces Bob Becker, who resigned to take the boys' varsity job at Pacifica. Rancho Alamitos was 24-5 last season and lost to Costa Mesa in the Southern Section 3-A championship game.
SPORTS
September 12, 1992
Coach: Laura Kennedy (second year). 1991: 15-5, 6-2 in Angelus League; reached Southern Section 5-A quarterfinals and finished second in league to Lakewood St. Joseph; Monarchs join the South Coast League this season. Key returners: Pattie Boland, Sr., 5-9, outside hitter; Erica Helferich, Sr., 5-10, middle blocker; Michelle Hartnett, Sr., 5-9, outside hitter; Heather Lee, Sr., 6-1, outside hitter; Amy Rice, Sr., 5-8, outside hitter; Allison Stricklin, Jr., 5-9, setter.
SPORTS
December 12, 1997
The American Volleyball Coaches Assn. has announced its All-America teams and six county women are honored. Selected to all-district teams at the Division I level were Misty May (Newport Harbor/Long Beach State), Roberta Gehlke (Mater Dei/UC Santa Barbara), Jill Meyers (Huntington Beach/Massachusetts), Kim Coleman (Corona del Mar/UCLA) and Jennifer Kessy (Dana Hills/USC). Golden West College's Mariah Marquis was a second-team AVCA community college selection.
SPORTS
December 7, 1998 | From Staff Reports
For the second consecutive year, UC Santa Barbara defeated UCLA in the second round of the NCAA women's volleyball tournament. The Gauchos, seeded third in the Pacific regional, defeated the Bruins, 15-8, 8-15, 15-13, 15-11, Sunday at Santa Barbara. Junior outside hitter Roberta Gehlke had 19 kills, 20 digs and a career-high four solo blocks for UC Santa Barbara (28-5). Kristee Porter had 24 kills for UCLA (16-12).
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