Posted On: 11/29/21 10:00 AM

Last week was a big one for high school volleyball in the state of Texas as Garland hosted the University Interscholastic League (UIL) State Tournament, where six state champions were crowned among the numerous public high schools of the Lone Star State.

At the same time, the top private high schools of the state were competing for their state titles in Waco, the host city of the Texas Association of Parochial and Private High Schools (TAPPS) State Championship, where six other teams emerged victorious.

As last week our focus was entirely on what going on in Garland, we’ll take the next few days to honor the winners of the TAPPS tournament and its top performers. Here is our summary of what happened in the 5A Division.



The Fort Bend Christian Academy became first-time winners in the division as they ended their title campaign with 35 victories and just four losses.

The Sugar Land Eagles were dominant in the State Tournament match, where they dominated Prince of Peace Christian Eagles out of Carrolton in straight sets (25-23, 25-16, 25-17).

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