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CCS, NCS Volleyball Recap: Clay, among Monte Vista Bay Area teams to win section title; NorCal Regional Next

CCS Championship

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Archbishop Mitty Reclaimed the throne by sweeping Central Coast Section Volleyball menlo school 30-28, 25-19, 25-21 in the Open Division Finals Saturday night at Gun High.

After a three-season drought with two Sacred Heart Cathedral titles and a year without a game due to COVID-19, the Monarchs are back on top. Mitty had six consecutive championships in 27 years and a streak of 23 before the Irish won in 2018 and 2019.

Mitty’s win came with tough serving and outside attack audrey little, with 17 murders, and Kendra McDonald With 15 kills. But it didn’t come easily.

PALO ALTO, CA – NOVEMBER 6: Archbishop Mitty’s Sandy Thomas (2) hits the ball against Hanna Hoffman (11) of Menlo School over the net during the Central Coast Section Open Division Girls Volleyball Final at Gunn High School in Palo Alto, Calif. Pushed. On Thursday, November 6, 2021. (Shay Hammond/Bay Area Newsgroup)

The third-seeded Knights took a 17-10 lead in the first set, in which Sharon Nejadi He led the charge with six of his match-high 18s.

“Menlo got off to a great start,” Mitty Koch John Wallace said. “They punched us in the face. We called a second timeout. We said, ‘We need to be ourselves.’ And then the girls did it.”

Mitty came back in a 20-20 draw and fought four set points before one reese reed An ace and a McDonald’s kill won the set.

  • More Mitti-Menlo photos below

Menlo took a 7-2 lead in the second set, but the Monarchs responded by 10-1 to take control. He maintained that lead the entire time, and then led the third set wire-to-wire, setting off a late Menlo flurry.

“I’m so happy and grateful after last year when we didn’t have a season,” Lidl said. “It makes it so worthwhile. Late in the first set, Demi Harris Got a good ‘up’ and we went with speed from there.”

Other CCS Divisions

menlo-atherton Won all tight sets to capture the Division I championship. The seventh seeded beer topped the fourth seeded monta vista 25-21, 26-25, 11-25, 26-24 took their fourth and first title since 2015.

In Division II, branham surprised top seed Wally Christian 25-20, 25-20, 26-24 with sweep. The victory marked the Bruins’ first title.

Emma Madden broke 20 forts to lead Burlingame To a 25–19, 25–13, 25–18 victory over Santa Cruz in Division III. With the 2019 win (and not the 2020 competition), the Panthers have virtual back-to-back titles.

In Division IV, soqueli Top most daya-burlingam 25-22, 14-25, 25-20, 25-19. ciara cantlen There were 19 kills and three aces and freshman Jesse Dueck had 20 kills for the Knights, who claimed their fourth CCS crown, third in the previous four competitions.

In Division V, castilleja Defeated summit shasta 25-16, 25-21, 25-22. The win marked the Gators’ fourth title and first since 2011. Castileza was led by Claire Sun, with a triple-double of 10 kills, 16 assists and 14 digs. Jordan Amos-Grosser contributed to nine murders and eveliana pasmuiJammu and hadley nun Each had seven.

NCS Championship

Ccs, Ncs Volleyball Recap: Clay, Among Monte Vista Bay Area Teams To Win Section Title; Norcal Regional Next
DANVILE, CA – NOVEMBER 6: The Monte Vista High volleyball team celebrates winning the North Coast Section Division I Girls Volleyball Championship against Amador Valley High on Saturday, November 6, 2021 in Danville, Calif. (Doug Duran/Bay Area News Group)

There is no open division of NCS. In Division I, second seeded monte vista Captured the championship with a thrilling 18-25, 28-26, 28-26, 25-22 win over the fourth seed Amador Valley.

  • More Monte Vista-Amador Valley Photos Below

In Division II, Marin Catholic defeated Redwoods 25–20, 25–18, 25–19 for their seventh straight title. The Wildcats, who rank highest among all NorCal teams, have dropped just one set for an NCS opponent throughout the season. grace oliva led with 12 forts and Juliana Treadway 11 pairs for the winners.

Branson 11th title in 13 years with a sweep of 25-22, 25-13, 25-17 Archie Williams In third class competition. cardinal newman won the Division IV title with 25-21, 25-10, 25-15 Marin Academy. Sacred Heart’s Convent nipped bay school 28-26, 23-25, 25-21, 25-22 for the Division V crown. anderson valley Worried Mendocino To win Division VI.

Northern California Region

NorCal Regionals begin on Tuesday and end with the final on Tuesday, 16 November. Matches take place at home sites and lead to the CIF State Finals on Friday, November 19 and Saturday, November 20 at Santiago Canyon College in Orange.

The NorCal Open Division field consists of eight teams, while the other divisions have 16. CCS Open Division Champion Archbishop Mitty, who has the most state titles with 14, is seeded second and will face NCS Power Branson. St. Francis, who defeated Mitty twice in West Catholic Athletic League play before losing a five-set battle to the Monarchs in the CCS Open Division semi-finals, finished eighth and began with top seed Marin Catholic.

In other first round competitions, St. Ignatius Lincoln’s Journey and menlo school Hosts Clovis West. The prize for the NorCal champions could be a fight with SoCal favorite Marymount of Los Angeles, who top the country with a 31-0 record. sailors, with stanford Committed Kelly Bellardic The eight setter has won two elite national tournaments and has dropped only six sets throughout the season.

Division I is loaded. seeded third hillsdale will play host San Ramon Valley and fifth seed monte vista will meet Sacred Heart Preparation. The top seed is Oak Ridge and other competitors include Amador Valley, foothills And los gatos.

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