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first_img “They’ve all been in championship games, they all know the feeling of it,” said Munoz of the defending CIF-SS Division I-AA Griffins. “So it was kind of my goal to make them want to win, to make them earn it themselves. It didn’t help us out (in Game 3), maybe I should have called one, but you learn from your mistakes.” Los Alamitos (5-0) won the first two games in quick fashion, only trailing by more than two points once, 16-13 in the second. Outside hitters and All-Tournament team members Rachael Moss and Geena Urango led the way as the Griffins ended the game on a 12-0 run for a 2-0 lead in the match. 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! In six matches during the early stages of the girls volleyball season, Jimmy Munoz has yet to call a timeout. Wednesday evening’s Molten Gahr Volleyball Classic final had some moments when using one of his allotted timeouts may have been what conventional wisdom said Los Alamitos’ second-year coach should do. But his trust in his veteran team was rewarded as the Griffins defeated Redondo 25-20, 25-16, 22-25, 25-18 for their second Gahr title in three seasons. center_img AD Quality Auto 360p 720p 1080p Top articles1/5READ MORE Redondo (4-1) took control of game three from the outset, forging a 7-1 lead as Munoz let his team work out of the jam. The Griffins nearly did, taking a 14-13 lead before faltering and eventually falling 25-22 for their first loss in a game this season. “(Munoz) was like, “I’m not going to call any timeouts, it’s up to you to figure it out, it’s up to you to pull through,” ‘ Moss said. “I think he’s teaching us to be stronger as a team, and have more heart without relying on coaching. So I think it’s a good thing, and it’s helping.” Los Alamitos wasted no time in the fourth game, leading 6-1 before Redondo called timeout. Moss and junior Bethany Keisner scored four consecutive Griffins points around a Seahawks point to make it 17-9, and a block by All-Tournament team member Alex Filkins followed another Redondo timeout a few points later to make it 20-10. A Urango ace ended it at 25-18, and the Griffins had the championship. They will next travel to Las Vegas to compete in the Durango Tournament, which also features Wilson, Poly and many other respected volleyball schools. “This was one of our goals,” Munoz said. “Just like last year, we met early, we set our goals out. We get to put one more checkmark up on the board.” last_img read more