Williamsburg is last survivor in V-ball tourney; Clermont Northeastern win streak ends at 20

October 28th, 2005    Author: Richard Crawford    Filed Under: Sports

Williamsburg is the soul survivor on the expressway to the heart of the district volleyball tournament. All the other Clermont County high school varsity V-ball teams have been eliminated, but several gave it a long ride.

Williamsburg won the Division IV Sectional Tournament that took place at Norwood High School. Now 9-20, the Wildcats have easily displayed that the experience and skills gained playing as the smallest school in a conference (Southern Buckeye) that has pretty good volleyball, when finally competing against schools more their size, they can be very good.

The Wildcats opened with a mastering of Miami Valley Christian Academy 25-12, 25-11, 25-12. The next round saw the Blue and White overcome Ridgeville Christian 25-12, 25-12, 25-23. The next victim was Saint Bernard 25-20, 25-13, 25-22. The Titans have always been a big obstacle for the

Batavia and Williamsburg have both enjoyed success in their respective sectional tournaments. Williamsburg is the only Clermont County squad remaining in the tournament. Playing schools their size, the Wildcats have been a dominant force in their division.
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