The Etiwanda Ladies Volleyball Group Undefeated on the Mountain West Invitational – Press Enterprise


The Etiwanda Ladies Volleyball group has picked up the place it left off.

Final season, the Eagles put collectively the perfect post-season performances in this system’s historical past, advancing to the semifinals of the CIF Southern Part Division 3 and CIF State Division II Regional Playoffs.

And that confidence and momentum has carried over into the brand new season.

Etiwanda started the marketing campaign by successful all 5 of their matches on the Mountain West Invitational, hosted by Norco Excessive Faculty final weekend. The Eagles defeated the Redlands, Norco, Western Christian, Diamond Ranch and La Sierra and completed because the lone unbeaten group within the round-robin occasion.

The Eagles began off with a tough 28-26, 25-23 win over the Redlands, who claimed the varsity division title on the prestigious Queens of Court docket Precision Match in Orange County earlier this month.

“I used to be actually impressed with how robust we got here from the beginning,” Eagles coach Savannah Flores stated of his group’s effort. “It was reassuring to see a lot power and unity from that first match.”

Etiwanda was led by 4 returning starters from final yr’s squad: sophomore setter Brooke Hansen, senior out hitter Emma Tippeconic, senior reverse Camry Elo and senior center blocker Jacqueline Koston. One other standout throughout the match, Flores stated, was senior outdoors hitter Messi Powell.

“I actually consider we’re stronger and extra dynamic on the aggressive finish of this season,” Flores stated.

Etiwanda’s gymnasium is at the moment below building, so the Eagles are training at native secondary colleges. The gymnasium is about to be prepared for competitors when the Eagles play the baseline league subsequent month.

“They’ve tailored to the scenario effectively, and it has introduced them even nearer as a group,” Flores stated.

Norco completed the occasion with a 4–1 file, whose solely blow got here in Etiwanda (25–15, 28–26). The Redlands closed issues out with a 3–2 file, shedding to Etiwanda and Norco (25–16 and 25–23).

The San Jacinto Girls volleyball team began the season defending their title in the West Valley Tournament.  (courtesy of Corey Sumral)
The San Jacinto Ladies volleyball group started the season defending their title within the West Valley Match. (Picture courtesy of Corey Sumral)

Tiger Rally, Defend Title

San Jacinto efficiently defended their championship within the West Valley Match, however needed to overcome an early hurdle earlier than the Tigers might as soon as once more hoist the championship trophy.

Throughout pool play, the match’s hosts shocked San Jacinto, leaving the Tigers the No. 4 seed for bracket play. San Jacinto defeated Lakeside and prime seed Arlington to advance to the championship match, after which the Tigers avenged the earlier blow to West Valley with a 25–21 victory.

Senior outdoors hitter Sania McWright was named the Most Useful Participant of the match. Different San Jacinto gamers chosen for the all-tournament group had been senior outdoors hitter Lorna López and senior libero Litzi Morales, reverse Jackie Lizarde.

West Valley was led by senior Hailey Goldback, who averaged 4.1 kills within the match.

Nice Oak is current within the Redlands

The Nice Oaks started the season by capturing the title on the Blackhawk Basic, hosted by Citrus Valley.

With first-year coach Hannah Schaefer guiding this system, the Wolfpack recorded pool-play victories over Bonita, Arrowhead Christian, and the match’s host. The Nice Oaks took care of Hammett within the semi-finals and defeated Bonita as soon as once more to say the championship.

Senior setter Michaela Augustine was chosen the match’s MVP, and junior out hitter Ava Smith was chosen to the all-tournament group.

Mustangs declare title in Fontana:

Roosevelt had a robust displaying within the opening weekend of the season, because the Mustangs received the championship on the Steeltown Basic hosted by Fontana.

Roosevelt went on to win all six of his matches, together with a 25–13, 25–14 victory over Beaumont within the championship match.

Senior outdoors hitter Terra Whitaker was named the match’s MVP.


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