RALEIGH, N.C. – Cox Mill dominated all three sets in their sweep of Chapel Hill to win the school’s first volleyball championship at historic and newly renovated Reynolds Coliseum. The Chargers got 22 kills from the match M.V.P. Taylor Rowland.
In their first appearance in the State Championship, Cox Mill breezed through the first two sets by identical 25-15 scores using some early big hitting between the two teams in set one set the tone for a power match. The Chargers closed out the match in set three by a score of 25-18.
The Chargers wrapped up the year 34-0 on the season, only dropping 5 sets over the course of the entire season. They only lost two sets in the six rounds of the playoffs.
Chapel Hill finished the year 24-6 on the season. The Tigers made their first appearance in the NCHSAA Volleyball finals since they won the championship in 2003.