In front of a spirited sea of crimson and gold, the Cardinals won the school’s first state team title with a 25-9, 25-18, 25-20 sweep of St. Thomas Aquinas in the Division IV state volleyball championship at Wright State’s Nutter Center. The win marked the 122nd state title for the Midwest Athletic Conference. “Our regular season schedule, our conference schedule, gets us ready for this,” New Bremen coach Diana Kramer said.
Coldwater swept Independence, 25-19, 25-21, 25-23, and Versailles fought off a late comeback attempt by Tuscarawas Valley, 25-17, 25-22, 22-25, 25-21, Friday to set up the conference battle for state bragging rights. “It’s awesome, just to have another MAC competition,” Versailles coach Kenzie Bruggeman said. “It’s so fun to coach against them.”“Fun” might not have been the first term that came to mind for the Cavaliers semifinal opponent.
It was now or never for the Alter’s seniors. “The past few years, when we’d lose, we’d say ‘we’ll get them next year,’ but we couldn’t say that this time,” Alter defensive specialist/libero Kelly Heyd said. “There is no next year.”Heyd and fellow four-year varsity players outside hitter Marie Gross, middle hitter Abby Shaffer and setter Audrey Binzer were determined to finish their final season in the same place they finished their first season – the state tournament.
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