PHOENIX, AZ – Quartz Hill High School’s Lyndsay Mlynar and Ashley Sargent and Paraclete’s Brittni Dorsey have a lot to celebrate.
The three Antelope Valley girls were part of championship teams at the Phoenix Festival volleyball competition from June 24-28th.
The Phoenix Festival celebrated its 30th anniversary, with over 400 teams, ranging from 12-18 year olds, competing from many states, including Hawaii and Alaska.
Legacy Volleyball Club, based in Valencia, won their 3rd straight 17-under title. The team went undefeated through the four-day competition, clinching the championship on Thursday with a 25-19 and 25-23 victory over Idaho Falls’ Bonneville Volleyball Club.
The team consists of Mlynar and Dorsey, as well as Notre Dame’s Kyra Auten and Jackie Lopez, West Ranch’s Alexis Clewis, Sierra Canyon’s Brianna LaCroix, Louisville’s Emily Greene, Flintridge Sacred Heart’s Katie Conley,Santa Clarita Christian’s Allie Acosta and Saugus’ Amy Buffham.
Legacy’s 16-under team also went undefeated in 11 matches, dropping only two games, including a 21-25, 25-19, 15-9 victory over Ho’opa Hawaii in the final.
Their team includes Sargent, Hart’s Corrine Holloway, Erin Indermill, Shelly Peer and Chase Tengberg, Valencia’s Danielle Erickson, Kaity Uythoven and Teresa Cernosek, West Ranch’s Alexa Hesseldenz, Hannah Williams and Hunter Zeleznik,and Saugus’ Nicole Spooner.
Mlynar, Dorsey and Sargent commuted to Valencia from the Antelope Valley two to three days a week, from November to June, to participate in elite level volleyball.
Their commitment and dedication to the sport they love has given them results to be proud of.
(Information via proud parent.)