Last week in Virginia, Chantilly took home the Class 6 title for the first time in the school's history. The most impressive thing is that the Chargers have only lost three sets this season. The Chargers ended the season with an undefeated record.
"First I will remember the state championship and then it was thanks to our hard work this season that helped us to lead to our unbeaten record," said senior captain Celie Feighery.
Loudoun County has also brought home the Class 4 trophy for the seventh consecutive year and the eleventh in the last 12 years.
In Maryland, Northwest continued its dynasty, winning its fourth consecutive 4A title.
After losing a broken heart in the 3A Maryland State Championship last year, Atholton defeated Bel Air Tuesday to claim his second state title in the last three years.
1. Chantilly (28-0) Last place: 5
The Chargers rise to the top spot after winning the Virginia Class 6 title with an undefeated record. The Chargers have only lost three sets this season.
2. Flint Hill (30-1) LR: 1
For the second consecutive year, the Huskies won the triple crown winning the Independent Student League, the D.C. Metro City Championship and the Virginia Independent School Athletic Association Division 1 title.
3. Loudoun County (30-1) LR: 2
The Raiders continued to dominate by winning their seventh consecutive title in Virginia Class 4 and the eleventh in the last 12 years.
4. Northwestern LR (18-1): 3
The Jaguars have won their fourth consecutive Maryland 4A championship on Monday.
5. Atholton (22-2-1) LR: 4
The Raiders have won two Maryland 3A titles in the last three years, including on Tuesday when they swept Bel Air on Tuesday.
6. Middleburg Academy (28-4-1) LR: 6
The Dragons defeated Timberlake Christian to win the Virginia Independent School Athletic Association Division 3 title.
7. Stone Bridge (27-3) LR: 7
A promising season ended prematurely for the Bulldogs when they lost a quarter-state match at North Stafford in five sets.
8. Paul VI (29-5) LR: NR
The Panthers have dethroned the Holy Cross to take the crown of the Washington Catholic Athletic Conference for the first time since 2002.
9. Colgan (24-4) LR: 8
The sharks fell in Chantilly last Friday in the Virginia 6 semifinal match.
10. Freedom-South Riding (24-6) LR: NR
After winning the Virginia 5C region, the Eagles lost the semi-finals match at North Strafford.
On the bubble: Bethesda-Chevy Chase, St. John's, South River