When Onamia and Isle school decided to pair their volleyball teams starting last fall, Isle was coming off programs that averaged just a handful of wins per season and had run at least seven different coaches through their system through the previous 10 years. 

Onamia, on the other hand, who found consistent success in their volleyball programs during the previous decade, were constantly in contention for the conference title and had consistency in their coaching staff. 

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