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Havre High looks for next volleyball coach


Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

The Havre High volleyball team hosted the Northeast A Divisional Tournament last November. The Blue Ponies will have a new head coach this fall.

The Havre High volleyball program is now looking for its next head coach.

Longtime Blue Pony head coach Tamecia Jarvis said she was not renewed for next season.

Havre High Activities Director Dennis Murphy appreciated Jarvis for her work as the head coach for the Ponies.

"I want to thank her for her time as the Havre High volleyball coach," Murphy said.

Jarvis became the Blue Ponies' head coach in 2015. This past season, she led Havre High to a fourth-place finish at the Class A state tournament, as well as their first berth at state in four seasons. Jarvis helped the Havre club from being a young and inexperienced team to one who had a strong first year in the new Northeastern A Conference.

Before taking the position at HHS, Jarvis was an assistant coach under former Blue Pony great Bill Huebsch at Montana State University-Northern. Jarvis, a graduate of MSU-N, is also the athletic director at St. Jude Thaddeus School.

The search for a new Blue Pony volleyball head coach is currently underway.


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