Not even the most stored girls volleyball program in state history could derail the Metea Valley express on the campus of Illinois State University Saturday night. Mother McAuley has more state championships (15) than the Aurora high school has years of existence. But the Mustangs capped an extraordinary postseason run by winning its 24th consecutive match on a stage unlike any other. When the final McAuley kill attempt sailed wide of the left sideline, Metea Valley earned the first state championship for any sport for either gender with a 15-25, 25-18, 25-17 triumph.

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