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Chapin Huskies try to lock up first place

Not wanting to share first place with any other schools, the Chapin Huskies knew they had to get it done.

El Paso High though, were in striking distance and had the talent to share some of that spotlight!

Game two of the match saw libero Alyssa Sainez dig a spike that kept the Tigers alive.

Huskies Kahla Carbajal blocked an El Paso spike that won the point.

El Paso would call a time out in order to make adjustments.

Looking at 24-21 Chapin Alyssa Mata rose to the occasion and shut down the Tigers hopes for a victory.

The Huskies took all the three games for the victory locking up first place.

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