The girls’ varsity volleyball team defeated the Capistrano Valley Christian (CVCS) Eagles by a score of 3-2. CVCS came out with authority as they won the first set with a score of 25-16. However, the SC Girls’ Volleyball Team came back strong as they won the next set 25-20. With both teams tied at one set each, CVCS came out very strong as they easily won the third set, 25-10. With SC down 2-1 heading into the fourth set, CVCS was looking to put Southlands Christian away. The SC Eagles were determined to not give up and took a demanding 8 point lead. However, CVCS regained their composure and ended up taking the lead with the game point. The score was 25-24 as the atmosphere was very tense in the SC gym as the SC Eagles came back with 2 back to back points to take the lead. Freshman Middle Blocker, Elianna Baran, had 2 great spikes late in the fourth set to win it, 28-26. In the last set, Southlands Christian was dominant and ended up defeating CVCS 15-9.
That win brought the SC Eagles to a 2-1 league record and CVCS is now 4-1 in league. That win put SC in a great position to defeat Orangewood Academy at home to create a three-way tie for first place in the league, which will be played on October 17 at 5:30 pm.