The Laguna Blanca girls won their season finale Thursday, finishing undefeated in Frontier League play with a sweep at home over Dunn, 25-13, 25-11, 25-18.
It was also Senior Night, honoring Lola Hall, Fiona Hernadez and Jacqueline Richardson.
“They all played really well in their final regular season home match,” Laguna Blanca coach Jason Donnelly said.
“We await the draw for the CIF Division 7 playoffs that will be released on Saturday.”
The Owls finish 8-0 in the Frontier League and 13-3 overall.
St. Bonaventure 3, Cate 0
Cate lost its final Tri-Valley League match Thursday in a sweep to St. Bonaventure, 25-17, 25-14, 25-22.
The Rams battled in the final set, with a 20-20 score until St. Bonaventure went on a late serving run and closed out the match.
“St. Bonaventure played a really good game tonight,” Cate coach Jordon Dyer said. “They served well and it was ultimately too much for us. Our team tried as hard as possible but just struggled with our ball control.
“Now that our league play has concluded, we are in a unique position where we are hoping to get an At-Large bid for playoffs. Hoping this is not the end of our season, as I feel like we have a lot more fight left in us.”
Carpinteria 3, Hueneme 1
Carpinteria stayed in the playoff hunt with a come-from-behind Citrus Coast League win over Hueneme Thursday, 28-30, 25-21, 25-10, 25-11.
After the first-set loss, the team settled into a rhythm and carried the day.
“Ainslee Alexander did a superb job on the outside and played great defense,” Carpinteria coach Greg Novak said.” “Middle blocker Madison Priess dominated in the middle.
“The team wanted this win in order to stay alive for playoffs and they did it. … The team will anxiously wait the playoff seeding.”