Adiva Joseph by no means believed it was attainable for her Helix women volleyball workforce to lastly win its first part championship.
Now she and the remainder of the Highlanders are true believers after fourth-seeded Helix swept Vista 25-21, 25-14, 27-25 to seize the San Diego Part Division III title Saturday at Cathedral Catholic Excessive.
“This can be a complete shock,” the 5-foot-eleven senior outdoors hitter stated.
“I didn’t assume we might do that. That is superb.
“It doesn’t really feel actual but.”
Making their first title look since 1997, the Highlanders (20-eleven) rallied from a 19-sixteen deficit within the first set as a 6-zero run swung the momentum in favor of the inexperienced-clad winners.
With the second set’s consequence in query, Vista, making its first look in a title match, reduce the deficit to 14-thirteen earlier than Helix outscored the No. three Panthers (21-9) by an eleven-1 margin to take the higher hand.
The third set was the closest of the match. There have been 10 ties and the lead modified arms seven occasions.
Helix’s run to the title was made all of the extra shocking as a result of the season started with 5 straight losses.
“Sure, we’re a soccer faculty,” added Joseph. “However we play fairly good volleyball, too.”
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