After losing the first two sets, the Sierra High volleyball team (31-3, 9-1 NSL), coached by Amanda Thompson, came back to win three straight sets over Minarets (28-5, 10-0 WSL) today to win the Central Section D-IV Championship.
The No. 2 seed Mustangs won the first two sets (25-23, 25-19), but the Mustangs could not hold off the No. 1 seed Chieftains as they put on an unstoppable rally to win the next three sets (25-23, 25-20, 15-11) for the title.
The game was played at West Hills College in Lemoore.
The D-III title was won by No. 1 seed Bakersfield Christian (24-7, 10-0 SSL) for the third straight year (fifth overall) by defeating No. 2 seed Mission Oak of Tulare (26-7, 10-0 EYL) in four sets (20-25, 25-17, 25-14, 27-25).
Mission Oak advanced to the championship game by beating the Yosemite Badgers in the D-III semi-finals.
For complete details, see Nov. 26 edition of the Sierra Star.