Lady Wolves bring home MSAC Title
SPRING VALLEY — The Spring Valley Lady Wolves kept the train rolling Saturday spiking their way to an MSAC title under coaches Cadara Cole and Hannah Bailey.
The Wolves began pool play against South Charleston winning all three sets (25-3, 25-10, 25-10).
Parkersburg fell victim to the Wolves in the second round of pool play once again with a three set sweep (25-16, 25-12, 25-17).
The two pool play wins gave Spring Valley a bye in round one of tournament play.
After beating Woodrow Wilson in the semifinals (25-17, 25-11), Spring Valley prepped for St. Albans in the title bout.
St. Albans gave Spring Valley their best game of the night in a three set game of play.
The Lady Wolves rallied for a 25-20 win in the first set giving the Red Dragons a chip on their shoulder.
St. Albans handed Spring Valley one of their handful of set losses this season 22-25, sending the game to the third set.
Spring Valley showed once again why they are the No. 1 seeded powerhouse in Class AAA blowing past the Red Dragons 25-20 for the MSAC title.
Sectional play began this week at Spring Valley High School and Regionals will take place Nov. 3 at Cabell Midland High School.
A game story will be published for both events once play concludes.
The Wolves will also have three girls signing collegiate scholarships on Nov. 14-Alexa Ball (Shawnee State), Meagan Camden (Marshall University) and Brooke Smith (West Virginia State University).