The Bridgeland® High School volleyball team finished its season as state semifinalist after being defeated in four sets by San Antonio Brandeis at the UIL Class 6A state tournament on Nov. 19 in Garland. The 2021 season marked the Bears’ first trip to state in program history. Disclaimers: This website, related social media outlets, and future expansions, are not affiliated with, sponsored by, or endorsed by Bridgeland Development, LP. BRIDGELAND® is a registered trademark of Bridgeland Development, LP. (CFISD Communications)
The Bridgeland® High School volleyball team finished its season as state semifinalist after being defeated in four sets by San Antonio Brandeis at the UIL Class 6A state tournament on Nov. 19 in Garland. The 2021 season marked the Bears’ first trip to state in program history. Disclaimers: This website, related social media outlets, and future expansions, are not affiliated with, sponsored by, or endorsed by Bridgeland Development, LP. BRIDGELAND® is a registered trademark of Bridgeland Development, LP. (CFISD Communications)
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GARLAND, TEXAS — The Bridgeland® High School volleyball team finished its 2021 season as state semifinalist after falling to San Antonio Brandeis in the UIL Class 6A state semifinal on Nov. 19, 2021, at the Curtis Culwell Center in Garland.

The Lady Bears were defeated by San Antonio Brandeis in four sets by the scores of 18-25, 21-25, 25-19 and 21-25. The Bears finish the season with a 39-12 overall record.

The 2021 season marked the Lady Bears’ first trip to the state tournament.

“This season was special,” said Verena Khalil, Lady Bears head volleyball coach. “I told the girls heading into the tournament ‘we’re a family so let’s play like one.’ This group was incredible at getting better at every practice. These ladies were committed to our mission and I couldn’t be prouder of what we accomplished this season.”

For senior Emily Marks, the end of the 2021 season concludes four years as a varsity player and etches the team’s playoff run into the UIL record books.

“It’s really an incredible feeling knowing that we will forever be remembered as the first … team to make it to state,” Marks said. “I think it will also help the girls next season giving them confidence knowing that if people count them out or call them the underdogs, they have the fight to get where they want to be.”

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