Gabby Coulter smiles after celebrating a successful point against Sarasota on Oct. 18. Coulter and her sister JoJo helped Manatee erase a 2-0 deficit before falling to St. Thomas Aquinas in the Class 8A state semifinal on Saturday in Fort Lauderdale.
Gabby Coulter smiles after celebrating a successful point against Sarasota on Oct. 18. Coulter and her sister JoJo helped Manatee erase a 2-0 deficit before falling to St. Thomas Aquinas in the Class 8A state semifinal on Saturday in Fort Lauderdale. Zack Wittman zwittman@bradenton.com
Gabby Coulter smiles after celebrating a successful point against Sarasota on Oct. 18. Coulter and her sister JoJo helped Manatee erase a 2-0 deficit before falling to St. Thomas Aquinas in the Class 8A state semifinal on Saturday in Fort Lauderdale. Zack Wittman zwittman@bradenton.com

Manatee falls in five sets to St. Thomas Aquinas in volleyball state semis

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