Thanks to a little help elsewhere Thursday night, the stage is set for the Edison volleyball team to clinch a share of it's first Sandusky Bay Conference championship in 17 years after the Chargers posted a three-game sweep of St. Mary Central Catholic, 25-14, 25-6, 25-5.
Much like a year ago, Edison needs a win against Clyde in the regular season finale to earn a share after Margaretta's win over Huron forced a three-way logjam at the top with a match remaining.
However, the Chargers lost in three games to Clyde in last year's matchup, which cost them a share of the crown.
"We have to come ready to play on Thursday," Edison coach Sean Hoover said. "We can only worry about what we can take care of, and that's winning our matches.
"It's our last home match and it's senior night, so we're going into it knowing we have to play as hard as we can and take care of our match."
For Edison (16-4, 11-2 SBC), Elise Gastier was 70-of-71 setting with 28 assists, 11 points and three aces while Carmen Tinnel added seven kills and two blocks.
Susan Knight finished with 14 points and three aces while Chelsea Frankboner had 11 points, four aces and two kills. Lauren Teed had 12 digs while Zoe Gastier and Abbey Cox each added six kills.
For SMCC, Katy Glovinsky was 11-of-14 hitting with five kills and 10 digs while Maddie Engeler added five kills and two blocks. Bridget Murphy had 13 digs and Jorden Edinger added 12.
For more Tuesday volleyball, read Wednesday's Sandusky Register and Norwalk Reflector