Glenn had won 11 consecutive Long Island Class B girls volleyball championships entering this season, so for senior co-captains Jackie Malusa and Stephanie Caputo, Tuesday's title match at Roslyn was about maintaining a storied tradition.

Malusa was dominant with 20 kills and Caputo chipped in with 24 assists as Glenn (15-0) beat Seaford (14-1) in a rematch of last year's LI final, 25-16, 25-12, 25-11, to extend its streak to 12. Glenn will defend its state championship Saturday in Glens Falls.

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"It's a lot of pressure because we've been doing so great for so many years," Malusa said.

Added Caputo: "It's such a privilege to win another Long Island championship."

In the first, Malusa got Glenn off to a fast start with two kills and a block for a 5-2 lead. Glenn made it 20-10 on a 7-0 run behind Stephanie Viteritti's well-placed serves. In the second game, Malusa served six straight points in a 7-0 run for a 13-4 lead. In the third, Samantha Czeczotka served the first six points.

Czeczotka had 12 digs and nine kills, and Kasey Muchnicki added 10 digs and four aces.

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"It never gets old," Glenn coach Kevin Harrington said.