Since Summit Shasta and Nueva School arrived on the Peninsula volleyball scene, they have been jockeying for position atop the small-school Private School Athletic League.

For the past two seasons, however, Summit Shasta has been creating some daylight. After the two teams shared PSAL co-championships in 2018 and ’19, Summit Shasta earned its first outright league title by running the table in PSAL Bay Division play last season.

Nueva volleyball Emma Zhao
Nueva senior Emma Zhao digs a ball Wednesday against Summit Shasta.

Terry Bernal is a sports writer, covering the county beat spanning from Daly City to Menlo Park. You can reach Terry via email at terry@smdailyjournal.com or by phone at (650) 344-5200 x109. See Terry Bernal’s other articles: https://bit.ly/35At9xn

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