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Los Alamos High School didn’t have to look too far to find its new head volleyball coach.
Assistant coach Robin Reynolds, who has been with the program for the previous three seasons and has been involved in local volleyball since 1994, was named the head coach Thursday.
Reynolds replaces Garry Maskaly, who resigned in February.
Since 2010, Reynolds has coached the C team under Maskaly and for his efforts with that team and with the 2011 sale of sod from Sullivan Field’s remodel, was named the 2012 Assistant Coach of the Year for the school’s athletic program.
The big question around the program in the previous three years is how Los Alamos can get past St. Pius X in the playoffs and get to the championship round.
It didn’t take long for Reynolds to be hit with the question. In fact, it was one of his interview questions.
“My challenge, initially to get there, we need to unite the team,” Reynolds said. “They’re used to a different coaching style, so we’ve got to unite the team and the expectations the girls have of us to coach them to the next level.”
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