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Titans’ Currier to play in CCGS all-state match

Kurt Neuswanger KJOLCoal Ridge's Christa Currier (13) will play in the Class 3A match at Sunday's Colorado Coaches of Girls' Sports all-state vollleyball event at Arvada West High School.

Coal Ridge High School senior Christa Currier landed a spot in the Colorado Coaches of Girls’ Sports (CCGS) all-state volleyball event, which is slated for Sunday.

Currier will compete in the 3A match, which begins at approximately noon, at Arvada West High School.

“It is a great honor for Christa and for Coal Ridge that she was selected, and she very much deserved it,” Titans head coach Scott Black said.

Black said only 90 seniors throughout the state in all classifications are selected for the CCGS all-state matches.

Currier, a 4.0 student, hopes to pursue research in cognitive neuroscience. She has been accepted to Baylor University and is also considering St. Olaf College, George Fox University and the University of Denver.

Currier, who slammed a team-high 148 kills, helped Coal Ridge to a 14-8 record in the recently completed 2011 season.

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