SAEGERTOWN - Warren County Christian School's girls volleyball team finished third in the New Penn Christian Conference playoff tournament on Saturday with a 3-0 sweep of Meadville Calvary Baptist.
"I think they are just so happy with the season, with what we were able to do," said WCCS coach Monica Kerr, whose Lions defeated Meadville, 25-18, 25-9, 25-14, at French Creek Valley Christian.
The tournament championship was much more intense, with Christian Life Academy beating Erie First Christian by two points in a five-set match. That didn't take away from Warren County Christian's accomplishments.
It may have added to it, as Meadville, Erie First and WCCS played well all season. WCCS finished tied for the regular-season title by splitting with Meadville, and beat Erie First two out of three times.
WCCS also improved from 6-7 last season to 14-2 overall this year.
Senior Christina Girard had eight service points, six kills and eight assists, and seniors Rachel Wilkins contributed two kills and Karisa Messinger six points and four aces.
"They all had a very good game for them and I was glad to see them play very well their final game," said Kerr.
Whitney Poindexter finished with 16 points and three aces; Allyssa Kerr 10 points, six aces, one kill and one block; Kaitlyn Weidner seven kills and two digs; Dymphee Zortman seven points, six kills and one block; Jessie Lauffenburger three kills, and; Alivia Kelsey six digs.