Tartan Golf and Volleyball Eye Postseason After Going Unbeaten in League Play

St. Margaret's girls golf and volleyball programs swept through their regular season league opponents and look towards success in the CIF-SS postseason.
Girls Golf
The Tartans took a 12-1 (8-0 in league) record to face Orange Coast League opponent Ocean View High School and came away with a 210-306 win on Oct. 12. The victory kept St. Margaret's at the top of the league table and preserved their undefeated league season.
Gabby Eifrig shot a 39 (+3) while Jessica Liu and Kate Lee kept the Tartans on top, each scoring a 41 (+5). Amber Lin (43, +7) and Madison Lewis (46 +10) supported the win.
St. Margaret's will embark upon league tournament play, with prelims beginning on Tuesday, Oct. 18.
Girls Volleyball
St. Margaret's capped off an impressive 11-0 league run, defeating Calvary Chapel 3-0 on the road Wednesday evening. Caroline Otterbein led the way with five kills with Luci Hill and Maya Reddy notching four and two kills, respectively. Carly Herman had a string of 24 straight points, including five aces in the second game.
Most notably, the Tartans cut through the Orange Coast League without dropping a set.
St. Margaret's will enter the CIF-SS playoffs as a high seed, with pairings and dates set to be announced on Oct. 15 at 11 a.m.
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San Juan Capistrano, CA 92675
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