The Cleveland Central High School Lady Wolves locked up their second straight Class II, Region 3 Volleyball Championship by defeating the Clarksdale High School Lady Wildcats Tuesday in Clarksdale.
CCHS swept Clarksdale in its match by winning the first game 25-11, the second game 25-21 and the third game 25-7.
The Lady Wolves finished region play with a 10-0 record. Since CCHS started its first year of athletics last season, the Lady Wolves are 20-0 in region play.
CCHS head volleyball coach Johnna Harris was happy about winning the region but feels her team has some work to do before playoffs.
“We need to work on serving, blocking and tips,” Harris said Tuesday evening. “Tips are going to be what we are working on tomorrow and consistent deep on line serves. Tonight, we had five, sometimes six straight serves, at moments and other times our first four servers served right in the net.”
CCHS and Cleveland Central Middle School are scheduled to hit the road to Oxford to play Lafayette Monday in regular season non-region action. The middle school will play first at 4:30 p.m., followed by the CCHS junior varsity game and the varsity game.