Mountain Ridge volleyball makes it to 6A state championshipDec 02, 2022 01:10PM ● By Justin Adams
The Sentinels huddle before a serve against Skyridge. (Justin Adams/ City Journals)
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The Mountain Ridge volleyball team made it to the 6A state championship last month, where they ultimately took second place after losing to Lone Peak three sets to one.
The Sentinels compiled an impressive regular season record of 25-4, including a 9-1 record in region play. That was good enough to earn a No. 1 seed and a first-round bye.
In the second round of the playoffs, held at the UCCU Center at Utah Valley University, the Sentinels defeated American Fork 3-0. Later that afternoon, they defeated Pleasant Grove 3-1.
In the semifinals, held on Nov. 5, Mountain Ridge faced Skyridge, who had defeated the Sentinels 3-2 in their very first game of the season. This time around, the Sentinels came out on top, winning 3-1.