Springville defeated Moody in the finals to win the title.
In earlier matches leading up to the championship match, Ashville defeated St. Clair County 25-15, 25-16 to improve to 13-6 overall.
Coach Dale Beason said it was the best match of the year for his team.
Beason said Nikki Moss and Marrin Cater both had outstanding games.
For SCCHS, Chelsea Goodwin had four kills while Alecea Watkins and Kayla Oliver had thee kills and three assists each.
In the next match, Moody defeated Ragland 25-11, 26-28, 15-6.
Moody coach Ellen Cornelius said Dusti Hodges is one of the key leaders on the team who played well and Kristen Newton had several good kills.
Ragland coach Marsha Boswell said Bailey Petitt played well on the net while Carley Echols had a good match. Boswell also said Brandi Daffron had some awesome serves.
Springville and Moody hooked up in a match won by the Lady Tigers 25-19, 25-8. The win put Springville in the title game.
Cornelius said Kayla Luster had a great game for the Lady Blue Devils.
Moody then defeated SCCHS in a great comeback win by the Lady Blue Devils. St. Clair won the first game 26-24 and was ahead 11-0 in the second game before Moody fought back.
The Lady Blue Devils outscored SCCHS 25-7 to win 25-18 to even the match up. Moody then won the third game 15-11.
“I was extremely proud of how the girls fought back from being behind 11-0 to win the second game,” Cornelius said. “They worked hard.”
Cornelius said Abby Glass and Ashton Gibson both played well and had several good kills and did a good job blocking on the net.
In the championship match, Springville defeated Moody 25-18, 25-18.
Springville coach Jennifer Brand said it is awesome to win back-to-back county crowns.
“It’s always nice to win a county crown,” Brand said. “We’ve had a successful season and the girls have worked very hard. They worked very hard to win this tournament.”
Brand said Hannah Dalton, Kaylin Dunn, Sara Rhodes, Hayden Henderson and Bailey King all had a great tournament and they were all named to the All-Tournament Team.
Springville’s record improved to 26-3.
Also making the Jr. Varsity All-Tournament Team included Dusti Hodges, Ashton Gibson and Kayla Luster from Moody along with Erieanna Gilbert and Marrin Carter from Ashville.
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