Calvary Chapel claims Division III Southern League title

Deja Harris had 13 kills, and Brooke Davis added 23 assists Saturday to help Calvary Chapel’s girls volleyball team to a 25-20, 25-20, 25-12 sweep of Lincoln County in the Division III Southern League girls volleyball final at The Meadows.

Calvary Chapel (29-4) won its third straight league title. Lincoln County (20-11) also earned a berth in the state tournament, which begins Friday at Coronado.

Alexis Harris added six kills, and Athena Lewis served five aces, including three during the 11-0 spurt to start the final set.

Kaylee Teel had five kills, and Chesnee Harding added six assists for the Lynx.

Calvary Chapel topped Lake Mead 25-6, 28-26, 25-17 in the semifinals. Deja Harris had 22 kills, and Davis added 34 assists and 10 digs for the Lions. Taylor Webb had five kills for the Eagles.

Lincoln County was a 16-25, 28-26, 25-13, 25-23 winner over The Meadows in the other semifinal. Kayla Mathews had 13 kills and three digs, and Harding served 10 aces for the Lynx.

Lena Schulhofer had 22 assists and 16 digs for The Meadows.

Traci Strong had 15 kills, five digs and two aces to help host Pahranagat Valley to a 25-9, 25-12, 25-21 win over Tonopah in the championship match of the Division IV Southern League tournament.

Kennedy Huntsman added 23 assists, and Bailee Hosier had 11 digs, five kills and four aces for the Panthers (28-2), who advanced to the final by defeating Beatty 25-7, 25-11, 25-11.

Tonopah (12-3) downed Indian Springs 25-8, 25-17, 27-25 in the semifinals and joins the Panthers in the state tournament, which begins Friday at Coronado.


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