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The Cleveland High School Lady Raiders made history Friday night when they won the TSSAA D1 AAA State Title in Volleyball. This is the school’s first-ever Volleyball State Championship.
“It’s just awesome. I’m just so happy for these girls,” said a very happy Lady Raiders head coach Amy McGowan, during an interview with the Chattanoogan. “When you think about it and you work from Day 1 and you talk about it and you work. To see it finally come to fruition it’s amazing.”
Cleveland City Director of Schools, Dr. Russell Dyer commented on Twitter Friday evening: “It’s a clean 🧹 for our @clevelandhightn volleyball with a first time ever @TSSAA AAA championship win. I’m so proud of these players and coaches. Way to go, Blue “Raiders!
The championship playoffs started on Tuesday. The lady raiders played through the tournament with a perfect record before defeating Collierville on Friday evening.
Mix 104.1 and MixTv.tv will be joined Monday morning by the championship team. Watch live at MixTv.tv starting at 7:00 am.