Twin Cedars seemingly had the game and the match in hand last night on two occasions. In game one, the Sabers led 24/20 over Grandview Park Baptist only to see the Defenders rally for six straight points and win game one. Then Twin Cedars has a two games to one lead and momentum but could not close the deal as Grandview Park Baptist handed Twin Cedars its first loss of the season 26/24, 24/26, 21/25, 25/18, and 15’five to qualify for the state tournament. Twin Cedars Coach Amber Walker said that game one loss was huge. Twin Cedars finishes at 22-1 on the season and saw the career of quite possibly one of the finest high school athletes in Marion County in recent memory end her brilliant career. Lindsay Hoehns ended the night with 31 kills. He career at Twin Cedars is not over, after a few days to recharge, she will along with many of the volleyball players start the preparation for the basketball season.