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Natalie Stulley steps down as Unioto’s head volleyball coach

SOSA Staff Report

CHILLICOTHE — After three seasons at the helm of Unioto’s volleyball program, Natalie Stulley has resigned from her head coaching position.

Stulley turned in her letter of resignation Monday afternoon after leading the Shermans to an overall record of 64-12 during her tenure.

“I’m very grateful coach Stulley stepped in to become our head volleyball coach three years ago,” Unioto Athletic Director Mike White said. “She continued the outstanding tradition in our program. She was totally committed, not only at the high school and middle school levels, but also our youth programs as well. She’s a fantastic coach, a player’s coach, and she will be missed.”

While Stulley was with the team, Unioto was a two-time district runner-up and won two Scioto Valley Conference titles, including a Gold Ball in 2017 — the school’s only undefeated season in the league since the conference implemented a 14-game schedule.

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