ALBANY, N.Y. (WROC) — Fairport capped off their undefeated season with a dominant win in straight sets over Shenendehowa in the Division 1 state championship game.

The Red Raiders played a competitive first set, but were able to come away with a 25-22 win. The second set was much easier for the Red Raiders as they took it 25-14.

In the third and championship-deciding set, Fairport was able to pull it out 25-21. Shenendehowa were the reigning state champs in Division 1.

“This means everything to me because I know how hard my boys worked to get here,” said Fairport head coach John O’Dell. “We were led by eight really strong seniors that have been training a long time for this moment. We were lucky enough to get here and we made the most of this opportunity today.”

It’s the Red Raiders’ third state title in program history. The other two championships came in 2013 and 2018.

In Division 2, Spencerport had their season come to an end in pool play against Jamesville-Dewitt and Westhampton Beach.