LA CENTER — The special season for King’s Way Christian volleyball team continues.
Its undefeated season that includes its first league crown since 2014 continues after Wednesday’s five-set district semifinal win over league-rival La Center to advance to Saturday’s 1A district championship match. The set scores were 14-25, 25-23, 25-21, 20-25, 15-9.
With two state bids out of District IV, Wednesday’s matches tournament-wide didn’t seal any state berths. For King’s Way, that can come Saturday when it plays another league rival — reigning district champion Castle Rock — for the 1A district title at noon Saturday in Castle Rock.
A win Saturday sends the Knights back to state where it last won a trophy during its last league-title season in 2014.
For Dana Snider, one of two seniors, it’s been a stepping stone throughout her career getting to this point — winning a league title, and playing for a district title.
“It’s been awesome,” said Snider, who had a match-high 25 kills and 21 digs against La Center. “For my senior year to be able to do it with this team and be league champs and go into the district championship is an awesome feeling. I can’t wait to see what this team does.”