Griffin was equally as humble.
“That’s awesome and also for Beth and Shelby,” she said. “It’s awesome we could come together as a team and end up doing that tonight. I was never worried, ever. I knew our team could come through and if we can set records while doing it, that’s great.”
Prince, Conners and Weddle made up a dominating front line for Avon and combined for 50 of the Orioles’ 65 kills on the night .
To top off the amazing evening, Avon’s Kayla Springer was named the Class 4A Mental Attitude Award winner.
After being on the precipice of a championship last season, the Orioles finished as state runner-up. This title was a culmination of many long years building a program for McQueen who finally ascended to the proverbial mountain top.
“It’s not just the state championship match that is amazing, it’s the steps leading up to it,” he said. “That makes this so much more special and I hope our girls that graduated are as proud of this team and themselves because that’s the only reason we would have been able to make these steps.”