Jade Fuentes was taken into the air on Saturday night with a colleague screaming Eagle Rock fans as she smeared green pom-poms, convinced her ability to send a volleyball address to the court during the girls' Open Division final round. City Division at Birmingham High Balboa Lake.
Fuentes helped the islands achieve a historic victory when they met with the City's 30-hour Palisades champion for the first division's volleyball championship. The scores were 25-21, 15-25, 26-24, 25-22.
As players celebrate on the court, Tim Bergeron's emotional coach looked at him, at a knee with his hand on his forehead.
“I was crying,” said Bergeron. “I've been at Eagle Rock for 12 years in the boys 'and girls' volleyball stool and I've never had the chance to play for the top-section title.” T
In the third series, Fuentes came forward with the victorious killing that led Eagle Rock players to fall out in court and became uncomfortable after an abundance with the Dolphins who lasted more than a minute.
Carlos Gray, coach of Palisades, realized what Bergeron had done.
“If any coach deserves a championship, Tim Bergeron,” he said. “He's a great coach. It runs all three levels on its own and runs a high quality program. ”
The first series was a decisive location for Eagle Rock when the Eagles were retiring 8-6 and at senior level Wendy Jurenec had to help the court because of an ankle injury. Bergeron called the timetable to compose the team. The Eagles responded when they won the 25-21 set behind Sarah Carbonel and ultimate killing from Fuentes. And Jurenec returned for the second series.
In Section I, Chatsworth stood with a fine effort with Venice ahead at 25-18, 25-21, 18-25, 23-25, 15-10. Sophomore Imani Taylor and the new Geraldine Martinez added to the Chancellors. Freshman Biko Hollie helped a successful element of Venice.
In Division II, University broke top-seed the second seedling Los Angeles Elizabeth 25-19, 25-19, 25-21.
In Section III, Grant Van Nuys won its first championship with a 25-19, 15-25, 25-23, 25-20 win over Sherman Oaks CES. Sophomore Kayla Fray was a key participant.
In Section IV, Port of Los Angeles took the first title out of the East Valley 22-25, 25-14, 25-23, 26-24.