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Northwest Lady Jags Have Become a Volleyball Dynasty Winning Third-Straight 4A Title

On Saturday, Coach Stephanie Blake and the Northwest Lady Jags stepped on the court at the Ritchie Coliseum at the University of Maryland in College Park to play for the 4A State Championship, for the fourth year in a row.

For the third year in a row, the Lady Jags took home the title.

For the second year in a row, Northwest junior Jenaisya Moore showed why she is arguably the best volleyball player in Maryland, as the Jags defeated Arundel High School in four games on Saturday.

“Jenaisya is always huge for us, but she couldn’t be stopped on Saturday,” said Blake. “She led us in kills, digs and solo blocks, being able to do that is just insane. She is the total package, she is an unbelievable teammate, always picking up her teammates, pushing them to be the best they can be and being their biggest fan on the court.”

To say that Moore led the team in kills is an understatement. Moore had 33 of the Jags 51 kills in the match, and 36 of the 65 total points. She also had 26 kills in the semi-final match on against. As a comparison, in the state tournament, the only performance that is close is Northern-Calvert's Amanda Chew in the 3A final with 23 kills, she also had 26 in the semi-final. No other player across all divisions had more than 20. Northern-Calvert defeated Westminster to win the 3A title.