No. 2 Freeport (17-1) vs. No. 1 Indiana (19-0)
4:15 p.m. Saturday
Chartiers Valley High School
Quick sets: The Yellowjackets are in the WPIAL final for the fourth time in five years, but their only win came in 2010 against Indiana. e_SLps Freeport defeated Quaker Valley, 3-0; Central Valley, 3-1; and Knoch, 3-2, to reach the championship game. e_SLps Indiana is appearing in its second WPIAL final and will advance to states for the third time in four years. e_SLps The Indians defeated Yough, 3-0; Elizabeth Forward, 3-0; and Hopewell, 3-2, to reach the championship game. e_SLps Freeport senior Alexis Schrecengost and sophomore Zoe Pawlak, both all-WPIAL selections last year, combined for 31 kills against Knoch. e_SLps Indiana has its own all-WPIAL player in outside hitter Natalie Cignetti, who came up with the big shots in the fifth set against defending champ Hopewell. e_SLps The 2010 final between the teams went five sets, and like this year, both teams played a five-set semifinal to reach the championship.
— Matt Grubba
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