Manhattan Christian

Manhattan Christian celebrates after wining the State C volleyball title Saturday in Bozeman.

BOZEMAN — Manhattan Christian has needed three wins on the final day of the Class C state tournament before to capture a state championship and achieved the feat as recently as 2019.

And Saturday inside the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse, history repeated itself, as Manhattan Christian came the long way back again, beating White Sulphur Springs to reach the title match, then defeating Plentywood twice, 3-1, to win a second state title in the past three years.

Manhattan Christian

Manhattan Christian wins State C volleyball title Saturday in Bozeman.

Manhattan Christian's Ava Bellach

Manhattan Christian's Ava Bellach bump sets a serve from White Sulphur Springs during Saturday's semifinal All-Class State Volleyball Tournament game at the Brick Breeden Fieldhouse in Bozeman.


Plentywood poses with their second place trophy at the Class C state volleyball tournament. 

Chris is the sports editor and lead preps reporter for the Independent Record and Follow him on Twitter @cmpetey406

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