The Capital Cougars defeated Mercer Island 3-1 (25-23, 14-25, 25-16, 25-14) for the Class 3A state volleyball championship.
After winning as a freshman and sophomore, the distance standout finished just behind Lewis & Clark’s Katie Thronson in the Class 4A state championships.
The Class 3A race was the marquee event of the day as Kamiakin took the team title, ending North Central’s 11-year run as state champions.
The Lions make easy work of the Wildcats, winning the championship match 3-0 as they hang around to bask in the moment.
The Cougars’ senior repeated as the Class 3A state champ and this time won the team title too.
The senior had the third-best time of the day, but he was shooting for the meet record.
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