Coming into the Division 1 Division 1 Volleyball Championship match on the night of God, the Redondo Union did not fall all the way when they were full of health.
The Sea Hawks faced a recognized and worthwhile challenge in Cerritos College in Mater Dei, the divisional champions twice in the division and a team of seven consecutive consecutive winners.
Redondo began quickly, assuming the first two series with a team with 37 wins on the season, but in the third series, Mater Dei showed that the Sea Clover was a 25 year old.
“I could say that we were surprised,” said the senior priest Nalani Josiah. “But it's not enough to get into our head and make timid. We all used it as a stimulus for the next set. ”
Redondo succeeded in winning his first article title from 2014 in the fourth series, tackling Mater Dei, 25-19, 25-16, 16-25, 25-21, on cross-killing from Israel. .
Sea Hawks coach Tommy Chaffins credited his team's bounce back from that shock in the third tier of his experience.
“We have 12 senior citizens and a huge amount of experience,” he said. “We talked about three things before the game: Competition, D and love each other. Mater Dei did a great job to raise his game and I asked (my team), ‘What will we have to do about that? ''
Redondo (40-3) departed quickly to 4-0 in the fourth and final version of two killing from Kami Miner and two others from Jody Smith.
Mater Dei (29-5) returned behind the winners of Zaria Henderson and Meg Brown.
Brown killing helped with the Monarchs to draw within two, 13-11, midway through the thefinal series.
Redondo resumed his lead with a further six points to a further 4-0 run over from Mele Corral-Blagojevich, before taking the lead from Mater Dei.
As a result of the Redarchos Monarchs were cut, occurred 22-20 on death and block from Brown.
But the Sea Hawks, as they did every season, did as a group and closed the Monarchs out with another 3-1 scoring run.