A two-tier train in the Southern CIF Division II volleyball championship, Esperanza campaigner, Isaac Owens, kept his message to the team very simple.
“I told them to find a way to win the next game,” he said. “If you suddenly hit a game you will worry and we can ride the momentum.”
The Aztecs took the third game as their coach asked and predicted about the momentum that was true.
Esperanza succeeded in putting the young star Slyse Stowell on the roll, which helped the Aztecs achieve two other sets to achieve a visionary emotional victory for the title of Division II over the Murrieta Valley. -25, 17-25, 25-21, 25- 15, 15-7, its first title since 2005.
“I am delighted that we fought and returned to this site because we are so young,” said Owens. “Our influential players are two young people and two new men, so he says a lot about our character.” T
Owens said that the third round was started with a small adjustment by the training team.
“At the start of the third game I started a different rotation but changed something,” he said. “We had to make them look at something different.”
The next major ingredient emerging was the immobility and mockery of attendees outside Esperanza, Stowell and the new man Julia Waugh.
The Aztecs wore out at Murrieta Valley on the outside in the third series, but Stowell took fourth place, while Esperanza (30-7) recorded a fatal record as he was in succession.
“What I like most about Elyse (Stowell) is that although she is probably the best player on our team, she works as hard as anyone,” said Owens. “It's good to be around it.”
Stowell recorded 35 matches with a percentage hitting 29.5 and he excavated 28 with him. for good measure. Wowell was supported by Waugh, who sent 22 killing and 23 excavations on the Ages grounds.
Clara Stowell and Taylor Jones join together for 36 and seemed to be in the right spots for the Azores.
Rachael Yelenich swaying Glen Murrieta (27-9) with 25 slaughter. Kimterly DeBoer, senior league out 37, helped while thumb was injured early in the fourth series.