Head coach Kim Pryor (center) has a close-knit bond with her players, explaining: “I have coached some of these girls since they were little children playing club sports.”

BOONE — The Watauga High School volleyball team returns this fall with a deep roster, and will aim to continue its streak of six consecutive Northwest Conference championships.

Last season, the Pioneers went undefeated in conference play, and only lost four matches over the course of the entire regular season. That set them up to make a deep playoff run as well, into the fifth round.

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