(STE. GENEVIEVE, Mo.) – The Windsor Owls volleyball team is headed to the Class 3 semifinals after victories in both the sectionals and quarterfinals Saturday in Ste. Genevieve on J-98.

Windsor started it off with a dominating win over the Ste. Genevieve Dragons in two sets, 25-13, 25-18.

It was defense leading to offense for the Owls.

Ste. Gen’s season ends with a 14-15-4 record.

Windsor would then await their next opponent, as the sectional match between Perryville and and Rosati-Kain took place.

The Pirates took the first set 25-16, but the second proved to be much closer.

That was until a late service run put Perryville over the top, 25-19.

Rosati-Kain closes out 2019 with a record of 13-14-1.

That would set up the quarterfinal matchup between Windsor and Perryville.

The Owls took the first set 25-19.

In the second, Perryville began on a 9-0 run and never looked back, winning it 25-12.

For the first time all day, Windsor had trouble passing, but they corrected those issues in the third, taking the set and match 25-14.

Perryville heads into the offseason with a 27-7-2 record.

Owls head coach Stephany Dueker-Richmond describes the feeling of heading to the Final Four.

Windsor now has a record of 24-10-4 and will compete in pool play of the Class 3 semifinals next Friday in Cape Girardeau.

The other three semifinalists are St. Michael the Archangel, St. Francis Borgia, and Logan-Rogersville.