Under the bright lights of the University of Delaware's Bob Carpenter Center, the two best teams in Delaware squared off for state supremacy. Fourth-seeded Padua took on the second-seeded St. Mark's surrounded by a sea of fans. When the dust settled, the Pandas prevailed in four sets, 25-16, 21-25, 25-18, 25-23. Both teams out of Wilmington were hungry, in search of their next championship. Padua has made the championship just two years prior in 2017, but came up short in a five set loss to Ursuline. St. Mark's hadn't sniffed a championship since its back to back final wins in 2010 and 2011. Suffice to say, these two teams were ready to do whatever it took to bring home the gold.
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