Merritt Island Mustangs Volleyball Set to Play for State Championship Against Mosley High at 1 p.m.
By Space Coast Daily // November 17, 2021
Mustangs make their fifth title game appearance in the last 11 years
FORT MYERS, FLORIDA – The Merritt Island Mustangs girls volleyball is set to play for the Class 5A State Championship title against Mosley High at 1 p.m. on Wednesday in Fort Myers.
The Merritt Island Mustangs look to win the State title for the first time since 2018.
One of Central Florida’s finest volleyball programs in Merritt Island is making their fifth title game appearance in the last 11 years. The Mustangs can capture the program’s third state title, after winning gold in 2011 and 2018.
Mosley has had their most memorable season in school history. The Dolphins bounced back from missing the playoffs last year to advance to their first-ever championship game appearance.
Merritt Island is led by their senior leaders that include Jordyn Patrick, Macy Reynolds, Macie Sinclair, and Katie Callenberger.
The Mustangs have had a historic season after claiming the district championship and locking in as the No. 1 seed in their region.
How They Got Here
In round one of the playoffs, the Mustangs cruised to a 3-1 win over Okeechobee.
Next, Merritt Island continued their playoff run and quest for gold as the Mustangs got their revenge against Jensen Beach, the same team that ended the Mustangs season last year and came out victorious.
Finally, the Mustangs went on to defeat Barron Collier 3-1 in the State Semifinal to clinch a State Championship berth.
◾Jordyn Patrick is leading the team in aces with 73. She also leads in assists with 744.
◾Macy Reynolds leads the teams in digs with 330 on the year
◾Katie Callenberger leads the team in blocks with 37
◾Macy Sinclair leads the team in kills with 256
The Mosley High School Dolphins (22-8) defeated Seabreeze, Middleburg, Ridgeview, and Vanguard on their path to the Class 5A State Title game.
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