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Helena Capital volleyball coach Rebecca Cleveland resigns

Rebecca Cleveland
Posted at 2:19 PM, Jan 04, 2022

HELENA — After six years at the helm, three titles and a 71-match win streak, Helena Capital head volleyball coach Rebecca Cleveland is stepping down from her position with the Bruins.

In a text to Montana Sports, Cleveland said "I am grateful for the opportunity to work alongside some of the best coaches in the state and with countless athletes that have made a positive impact in our program. I truly appreciate the support given from the Capital High community and Bruin Volleyball families. I'm proud of our legacy and now look forward to spending time with my family- not just quality time, but more in quantity."

Cleveland started her tenure with the Helena Capital Bruins nine years prior before taking over the head coaching position in 2015. During her tenure as the head coach she led the Bruins to a 123-40 record, with state titles in 2018, 2019 and 2020.

In a press release from Helena Public Schools activities director Tim McMahon, "Coach Cleveland was instrumental in the development of three consecutive Montana Gatorade Players of the Year and impacted the lives of countless young women through her efforts. Coach Cleveland strived to produce not only quality volleyball players but more importantly to her, positive, confident young women with the personal skills needed to be leaders in all they pursue."