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Catholic High School League
2020 Volleyball Championships

Tuesday, October 27, 2020

At Madison Heights Bishop Foley Catholic

Bishop Division  l  Cardinal Division



Bishop Division


2020 CHSL Bishop Division champions: Bloomfield Hills Marian


D1 No. 3 Bloomfield Hills Marian 3, D1 No. 1 Farmington Hills Mercy 2

19-25, 28-26, 12-25, 25-20, 15-8


Bloomfield Hills Marian rallied to beat Farmington Hills Mercy for the first time since 2017 to win its first Catholic High School League Bishop championship since 2014. Mercy was undefeated in the 2020 regular season and is the defending Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 1 champions. Ava Brizard had a team-high 17 kills. Sarah Sylvester and Sophie Treder and Ava Sarafa (40 assists), Reagan Sass and Ella Schomer (seven kills) defended the front line. Lauren Heming, converted 20 digs from her libero position.


2020 Bloomfield Hills Marian

Head coach: Mayssa Cook   l  Athletic director: David Feldman

Assistant coaches: Alex Cocklin, Dianne Phillips and Vince Muscat, Morgan Watler, Lindsay Woch, Jacqui Feldman,Brooke Galli

Players: Lauren Heming, Ava Sarafa, Maggie Scott, Sophia Treder, McKenzie Swanson, Sarah Sylvester, Ava Brizard, Gabrielle Hock, Sarah Gundlach, Reagan Sass, Ella Schomer, Danielle Mertz, Janiah Jones, Evelynne Oegema, Mackenzie Jackson


> Marian hands Mercy its first loss, wins CHSL title in five sets

> Finally, Marian beats Mercy; Regina wins first volleyball title



Wednesday, October 21, 2020

D1 No. 1 Farmington Hills Mercy 3, Dearborn Divine Child 0 (25-11, 25-14, 25-7)

D1 No. 3 Bloomfield Hills Marian 3, Wixom St. Catherine of Siena 0 (25-12, 25-17, 25-8)


Marian High School, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan. Strong Women of Mind and Heart.
Mercy High School, Farmington Hills, Michigan. Catholic College Preparatory School for Young Women.

Cardinal Division


2020 CHSL Cardinal Division champions: Warren Regina


D2 No. 10 Warren Regina 3, Macomb Lutheran North 1

28-26, 18-25, 25-18, 29-27


Warren Regina avenged last season's loss to Macomb Lutheran North in the Catholic High School League Cardinal championship game to claim its first CHSL volleyball title. The Saddlelites were led by Jenna O'Brien, who finished with 19 kills, eight aces and 12 digs. Olivia Dobbs had nine kills and 13 digs. Reagan Stempin chalked up 43 assists. Heather Broski added four kills and four aces. Bella Pine finished the championship with 16 digs. Cassidy Suzor and Sam Klausing both finished with four blocks. Callyn Brown had nine digs.


2020 Warren Regina

Head coach: Rebecca Ratkov  l  Athletic director: Diane Laffey

Assistant coaches: Krysta Kreyger, Kirsten Wakely

Players: Toni DeCasas, Claire Johnstone, Callyn Brown, Brooke Bobowski, Emma Schaffran, Katie Regnerus, Jenna O’Brien, Reagan Stempin, Olivia Dobbs, Bella Pine, Maggie Peitz, Heather Broski, Cassidy Suzor, Kamrynn Harvey, Sam Klausing


> A resilient group of volleyball players prosper at Regina



Wednesday, October 21, 2020

D2 No. 10 Warren Regina 3, Riverview Gabriel Richard 2 (24-26, 25-12, 23-25, 25-11, 15-13)

Macomb Lutheran North 3, D4 No. 5 Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 1 (27-25, 25-5, 20-25, 25-11)


* Rankings are from latest Michigan Interscholastic Volleyball Coaches Association rankings


Regina High School, Warren, Michigan. Transforming gilrs into women of faith and vision in the Franciscan tradition.

Past champions

Bishop Division

Formerly A-B Division

2020: Bloomfield Hills Marian14

2019: Farmington Hills Mercy10

2018: Farmington Hills Mercy9

2017: Farmington Hills Mercy8

2016: Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard2

2015: Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard1

2014: Bloomfield Hills Marian13

2013: Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory2

2012: Bloomfield Hills Marian12

2011: Farmington Hills Mercy7

2010: Farmington Hills Mercy6

2009: Bloomfield Hills Marian11

2008: Bloomfield Hills Marian10

2007 (Fall): Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory1

2007: Livonia Ladywood*12

2006: Bloomfield Hills Marian9

2005: Bloomfield Hills Marian8

2004: Bloomfield Hills Marian7

2003: Bloomfield Hills Marian6

2002: Bloomfield Hills Marian5

2001: Bloomfield Hills Marian4

2000: Livonia Ladywood*11

1999: Livonia Ladywood*10

1998: Livonia Ladywood*9

1997: Livonia Ladywood*8

1996: Livonia Ladywood*7

1995: Livonia Ladywood*6

1994: Livonia Ladywood*5

1993: Livonia Ladywood*4

1992: Livonia Ladywood*3

1991: Farmington Hills Mercy5

1990: Farmington Hills Mercy4

1989: Livonia Ladywood*2

1988: Livonia Ladywood*1

1987: Birmingham Marian3

1986: Redford Bishop Borgess*3

1985: Madison Heights Bishop Foley1

1984: Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher*2

1983: Redford Bishop Borgess*2

1982: Redford Bishop Borgess*1

1981: Royal Oak Shrine Catholic1

1980: Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher*1

1979: Birmingham Marian2

1978: Birmingham Marian1

1977: Farmington Hills Mercy3

1976: Farmington Hills Mercy2

1975: Farmington Hills Mercy1

* Livonia Ladywood closed in 2018; Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher High School closed in 2001; Redford Bishop Borgess High School closed in 2005.


Cardinal Division

Formerly C-D Division

2020: Warren Regina1

2019: Macomb Lutheran North1

2018: Wixom St. Catherine of Siena2

2017: Wixom St. Catherine of Siena1

2016: Madison Heights Bishop Foley***3

2015: Madison Heights Bishop Foley***2

2014: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes6

2013: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes5

2012: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes4

2011: Madison Heights Bishop Foley***1

2010: Allen Park Cabrini6

2009: Allen Park Cabrini5

2008: Royal Oak Shrine Catholic**5

2007 (Fall): Allen Park Cabrini4

2007: Allen Park Cabrini3

2006: Allen Park Cabrini2

2005: Royal Oak Shrine Catholic**4

2004: Royal Oak Shrine Catholic**3

2003: Royal Oak Shrine Catholic**2

2002: Royal Oak Shrine Catholic**1

2001: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes3

2000: Allen Park Cabrini1

1999: Center Line St. Clement*14

1998: Center Line St. Clement*13

1997: Center Line St. Clement*12

1996: Center Line St. Clement*11

1995: Center Line St. Clement*10

1994: Center Line St. Clement*9

1993: Redford St. Agatha*2

1992: Center Line St. Clement*8

1991: Center Line St. Clement*7

1990: Center Line St. Clement*6

1989: Center Line St. Clement*5

1988: Center Line St. Clement*4

1987: Grosse Pointe Woods Our Lady Star of the Sea1

1986: Warren St. Anne1

1985: Pontiac Catholic Catholic*1

1984: Center Line St. Clement*3

1983: Redford St. Agatha*1

1982: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes2

1981: Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes1

1980: Center Line St. Clement*2

1979: Center Line St. Clement*1

* Center Line St. Clement High School closed in 2005; Redford St. Agatha High School closed in 2003; Pontiac Catholic Central was renamed Oakland Catholic High School in 1988 and closed in 1994; Warren St. Anne High School closed in 1987; Grosse Pointe Woods Our Lady Star of the Sea High School closed in 1993.

** Royal Oak Shrine Catholic won an A-B title in 1981.

*** Madison Heights Bishop Foley won an A-B title in 1985.


Edith Glusac Award

The Edith Glusac Award is presented to the outstanding scholar-athlete in volleyball. This award, renamed in 1990, honors Glusac, a life-long Detroiter and contributor to girls' athletics. Glusac is a former swimming, basketball, field hockey and tennis coach and officiated basketball, volleyball and swimming in the Catholic League for nearly 50 years. Retired from the Detroit Public Schools -- where she served as physical education teacher, counselor and administrator -- she continues to officiate volleyball and swimming and work with younger officials and athletes. For her contributions, she was enshrined in the officials/referees wing of the Catholic League Hall of Fame in 1980.

2020: Karsyn Kazyak, Ann Arbor Greenhills

2019: Peyton Weingartz, Chesterfield Austin Catholic

2018: Julia Kukawka, Marine City Cardinal Mooney

2017: Emma Nowak, Ann Arbor Father Gabriel Richard

2016: Calista Chaltron, Marine City Cardinal Mooney

2015: Katherine Carlson, Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

2014: Danielle McCormick, Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

2013: Katharine Krawczyk, Allen Park Cabrini

2012: Micaela Tremblay, Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

2011: Dalton Tolliver, Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

2010: Hillary Aggeler, Warren Regina

2009: Lauryn Hammond, Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

2008: Karie Altman, Allen Park Cabrini

2007: Kelly Montgomery, Bloomfield Hills Academy of the Sacred Heart

2006: Emily Heintz, Marine City Cardinal Mooney

2005: Danielle Coldren, Pontiac Notre Dame Preparatory

2004: Jessica Schmansky, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

2003: Mary Ochmanek, Riverview Gabriel Richard

2002: Mary Carnagie, Bloomfield Hills Academy of the Sacred Heart

2001: Erin Bartee, Livonia Ladywood

2000: Carrie Anne Culos, Harper Woods Regina

1999: Abigail Chmil, Hamtramck St. Florian

1998: Barbara Pelish, Center Line St. Clement

1997: Gail Agacinski, Farmington Hills Mercy

1996: Heidi Wahl, Farmington Hills Mercy

1995: Kim Zdanowski, Allen Park Cabrini

1994: Jessica Urban, Center Line St. Clement

1993: Jennifer Baumgart, Center Line St. Clement

1992: Denise Cleary, Harper Woods Regina

1991: Kathy Affholter, Riverview Gabriel Richard

1990: Melinda Roco, Royal Oak Shrine Catholic

1989: Christine Johnson, Farmington Hills Mercy

1988: Andrea Norwood, Detroit Holy Redeemer

1987: Maura Conroy, Center Line St. Clement

1986: Judith Lewandowski, Dearborn St. Alphonsus

1985: Mary Jane Gorski, Dearborn St. Alphonsus

1984: Susanne Jourdan, Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher

1983: Therese Rappazini, Royal Oak St Mary

1982: Ann Margaret Mauro, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes

1981: Kathy Konchel, Redford Bishop Borgess

1980: Rosemary Gross, Redford Bishop Borgess (A-B Division); Caron Erzoznik, Waterford Lady of the Lakes (C-D Division)

1979: Mary Sabourin, Redford St. Mary

1978: Cathy Anderson, Pontiac Catholic Central

1977: Carolyn Poissant, Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher

1976: Denise Skladanowski, Detroit Dominican

1975: Karen Kohfeldt, Harper Bishop Gallagher

* Livonia Ladywood closed in 2018; Hamtramck St. Florian closed in 2002; Detroit Holy Redeemer High School closed in 2005; Center Line St. Clement High School closed in 2005; Dearborn St. Alphonsus High School closed in 2003; Redford Bishop Borgess High School closed in 2005; St. Mary of Redford High School closed in 1985; Pontiac Catholic Central was renamed Oakland Catholic High School in 1988 and closed in 1994; Detroit Dominican High School closed in 2005; Harper Woods Bishop Gallagher High School closed in 2001.