The two top girls’ volleyball teams in the Harbor League met for the second time Saturday and the result was the same as the first time.
Lighthouse Christian defeated New Roads, 25-17, 28-25, 22-25, 25-19 in a match between two Santa Monica schools played at Crossroads.
Although both are small school volleyball powers neither has a gymnasium and play home matches at neighborhood sites.
Lighthouse Christian has an 11-2 overall record, is unbeaten in league and is on an eight-match winning streak.
The school, which is located on Yale Street north of Wilshire Boulevard. has only 60 students but is also a power in eight-man football.
The volleyball team coached by Susie Dimpfl began the season by winning its first three matches. It then lost to Windward and Grace Brethren but hasn’t lost since then.
New Roads, coached by Lisa Marshall, is 9-4 overall and 6-2 in league play.
Anna Ramirez and Marilu Gonzalez each had six kills for New Roads in Saturday’s match.
The Lighthouse Christian roster: seniors Amanda Massey, Jaymie Jiminez, Enka Spaulding and Elsie Hughes, juniors Amber Blackman, Alex Rudolph, Christie Czer and Emily Hamilton, sophomore Stephanie Sommer and freshmen Kathryn Flanagan, Hilary Hagoshi and Chelsey Marino.The New Roads roster: seniors Erin Wade and Roya Smith, juniors Erika Alvarez, Ana Ramirez, Amanda Gottesman, Crystal Griffin, Teryn Mitchell and Keira Holmes, sophomores Lyndsay Knox and Marilu Gonzales.