C.O. volleyball has been dominant since reclassification

OSAA volleyball
Everything changed in 2006 when it comes to volleyball in Central Oregon. In the 31 seasons prior to reclassification (Oregon held its first volleyball state championship in 1974) C.O. teams won just two state volleyball titles. Culver in 1987 and Sisters in 1996. But in the 11 seasons since Oregon moved to a six class system, C.O. teams have won 16 state titles, including two in 2016. In fact, a C.O. volleyball has won at least one state title every season since 2006.

18 State titles have been won overall, Leading the way is Crook County with eight state titles. The Cowgirls are followed by Sisters (5), Culver (2), Summit (2) and Bend (1)

All the State Championship Volleyball teams from Central Oregon
2016 – Bend (5A) – Kristin Cooper
2016 – Sisters (4A) – Rod Jones
2015 – Summit (5A) – Jill Waskom
2014 – Sisters (4A) – Miki McFadden
2013 – Crook County (4A) – Rosie Honl
2012 – Crook County (4A) – Rosie Honl
2012 – Culver (2A) – Randi Viggiano
2011 – Summit (5A) – Jill Waskom
2011 – Crook County (4A) – Rosie Honl
2010 – Crook County (4A) – Rosie Honl
2009 – Crook County (5A) – Rosie Honl
2009 – Sisters (4A) – Diane Bremer
2008 – Crook County (5A) – Rosie Honl
2007 – Crook County (5A) – Rosie Honl
2007 – Sisters (4A) – Diane Bremer
2006 – Crook County (5A) – Rosie Honl
1996 – Sisters (3A) – Rod Jones
1987 – Culver (B) – Gail Dubisar