James Monroe and Wyoming East picked up tournament wins Saturday.
The Mavericks won the Rumble Between the Regions at Ravenswood High School, while the Warriors dominated the First Responders Tournament at River View High School.
Both teams were 6-0 en route to their respective championship titles.
The tournament at Ravenswood was a six-team event which included four teams that advanced to the 2022 Class A state volleyball tournament inside the Charleston Coliseum and Convention Center.
Along with the Mavs, Greenbrier West, Tolsia and Moorefield were in attendance with Doddridge County and the host Red Devils.
James Monroe opened pool play with a 2-1 win over Greenbrier West in a rematch of the Region 3 showdown last year won by the Cavaliers. The Mavs dropped the first set 25-21 before rebounding to win the next two, 25-18 and 15-7.
Playing the next four matches back-to-back, the Lady Mavs beat Ravenswood 2-1 (25-19, 20-25, 15-10), Doddridge County 2-0 (25-19, 25-15), Tolsia 2-1 (20-25, 25-17, 15-7) and Moorefield 2-0 (25-23, 25-13).
The championship match was a wild battle with the host team that went all three sets to determine a winner. Set one went to James Monroe, 25-20, before Ravenswood rebounded to take set two 25-19. The title came down to the final point which went to the visitors for a thrilling 15-14 win.
Junior Maggie Boroski, along with sophomores Ava Pitzer and Aliyah Clarkson had big days for the Mavs.
Boroski had 22 kills, five aces, 21 digs and 31 receptions. Pitzer had 28 kills, 12 aces, 29 digs and 41 receptions, while Clarkson recorded 34 kills, 14 aces, 26 digs and had 27 receptions. Junior Hannah Rhodes had 48 assists on the day.
Greenbrier West finished third Saturday beating Moorefield in the consolation match. The Cavaliers beat Doddridge County, Ravenswood and Tolsia in pool play, losing to the Mavericks and the Yellowjackets.
Preslee Treadway led the Cavs with 47 kills, 51 receptions and 34 digs. Senior setter Riley Roberts recorded 95 assists, while fellow senior Kadie O’Dell had 35 kills, 51 receptions and 34 digs. Megan Griffith tossed in 43 receptions and 30 digs and Ava Price had 15 kills and 11 blocks.
Wyoming East was flawless during pool play. The Warriors beat Mount View 21-12 and 21-15 before handling county rival Westside, 21-7 and 21-9. Wins over Mingo Central (21-10, 21-14) and Meadow Bridge (25-13, 25-8) sent East to the championship match against River View.
The Raiders entered the championship tilt undefeated on the season and split the first two sets before Warriors closed out the match 25-10 to win the championship.
Sophomore hitter Carli Raye tallied 37 kills and 19 blocks on the day, while senior Julia Williams had 55 points and 16 aces. Sophomore setter Lauren Staton had 55 assists and freshman defensive specialist Kaelyn Meadows recorded 46 serve receptions. Sophomore Lacie Short had 39 digs.
Shady Spring advance to the Gold Championship Bracket at the Philip Barbour before falling to the Colts in the semifinal round.
The Tigers beat Beckley to open pool play (25-21, 25-16) before splitting the two matches with Bridgeport (17-25, 25-24). Shady swept Hampshire (25-20, 25-24) to close the opening round and John Marshall in the quarterfinals of the championship round.
Greenbrier East won two of its three matches at the Parkersburg quad. The Spartans beat the host team 2-1 and swept Capital 2-0. Cabell Midland took both sets in the matchup with East.
Dia Sauvage had 62 receptions and 38 digs on the day, while Alexis Stack recorded 16 kills and 24 digs. Hailey Irvin had 44 assists and Mollie pack had 18 kills for the Spartans.