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Fargo Shanley head volleyball coach resigns

Quenette has coached the Deacons for two years and led them to a fourth-place finish in the North Dakota Class A state tournament this past season.

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FARGO — Fargo Shanley High School head volleyball coach Mark Quenette is resigning from his position, Shanley activities director Reggie Jackson announced on Wednesday.

Quenette has coached the Deacons for two years and led them to a fourth-place finish in the North Dakota Class A state tournament this past season. Shanley finished atop the Eastern Dakota Conference standings this year, with an overall record of 28-9 and an 18-2 mark in the EDC.

"We’d like to thank Coach on his time given to Shanley. His work is greatly appreciated. Shanley High School wishes him the best on his future endeavors," Jackson said in a press release.

The release stated that the search for the next Deacons head volleyball coach will begin immediately.

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