University defeated Granada Hills, 15-11, 15-2, 9-15, 15-10, in the City Section 4-A Division volleyball final Friday night at Cal State Northridge.
Outside hitters Raoul Williams of University and Mike DiSimone of Granada Hills accounted for most of the scoring. Williams, a left-handed sophomore, had 26 kills and DiSimone had 18.
The Warriors (15-1) have won five City 4-A titles. Granada Hills (15-2) is winless in two City 4-A title appearances.
"They could not stop our middle game," University Coach Neal Newman said. "We did it with blocking and defense." University also made fewer unforced errors.
Marshall defeated Van Nuys, 15-6, 15-4, 15-8 to give departing Coach Marji Donatella the perfect going away present--another City volleyball title.
Marshall (17-0) used its height advantage and the superior setting of Darry Tse to win its second consecutive 3-A championship. Tse, Marshall's only setter, had 57 assists. Teammate Eli Brueggemann had 22 kills.
Shane Karimoto had 10 kills to lead Van Nuys (15-2).