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Spartanburg Christian Academy’s girls captured their ninth straight SCISA 2A state cross country championship on Saturday at Heathwood Hall.

The Warriors topped runner-up Spartanburg Day 25-54 and were led by sophomore Logan Morris, who won her fifth straight individual title by setting a new course and SCISA state record with a time of 17.59. SCA’s Madison Seay placed third with a time of 19.46. The Warriors had six runners finish in the top 10.

    Spartanburg Christian Academy made sure nothing was going to get between it and a three-peat.

    The Warriors dominated the first two games and rallied in the third to sweep Spartanburg Day 3-0 (25-14, 25-13, 25-19) and claim their third straight SCISA 2A state volleyball championship on Tuesday night at Benjamin Johnson Arena. It was the third time SCA (28-4) swept the Griffins this season.

Spartanburg Christian Academy and Spartanburg Day would rather act like their regular-season volleyball meetings never happened going into Tuesday’s SCISA 2A state championship match.

    The county rivals will meet at 6 p.m. at the Benjamin Johnson Arena.

    The Warriors (27-4) won both meetings against the Griffins (21-7). SCA is also the two-time defending state champion and has five to its credit.