Wilson's girls volleyball team was going for its fourth consecutive BCIAA championship on Monday night. Twin Valley was looking for its first Berks County title. The Bulldogs and Raiders went toe-to-toe in a classic at West Lawn. "We kind of expected it. We knew that they were gonna come in swinging. We responded well though," Cameryn Niedrowski told SV Sports' Paul Roberts. The All-State setter finished with 46 assists and eight digs as Wilson outlasted Twin Valley 3-2 (25-19, 17-25, 25-22, 15-25, 15-13). The Raiders cruised in the fourth game and led the final game 12-11 when Bulldogs' head coach Denny Werner called a timeout. Wilson went on to score four of the last five points. "It shows great resilence. It's nice knowing that whatever position we're in, we can work together to achieve a goal," replied Niedrowski. She's one of eight seniors on the Bulldogs' roster. "We're all close on and off the court. We always find something to do together and it makes the game more fun," noted Niedrowski. Airyanna Kline had a game-high 22 kills. The 6'3 East Carolina commit added three blocks. Kassidy Means piled up 21 kills and 14 digs. The 6'1 All-State outside hitter is committed to Scranton. Sophomore Ashlan Moyer came through with 24 digs as Wilson improved to (18-2). Despite having just one senior, Twin Valley never backed down. Addison Hertzog stuffed the stat sheet with 18 assists, 12 digs, 8 kills and 5 aces. The (13-5) Raiders got 16 kills and 16 digs from Jordyn Robinette. Mikayla Riehl provided 13 kills and 10 digs. Both teams get back to work Tuesday night in the District 3 playoffs. The Bulldogs did have one night to savor their four-peat. "It feels fantastic and it makes it even better being with the same group of girls," said Niedrowski.