MORE volleyball: Cents fight through five for winThe teams were tied three more times before Megan Dombrowski’s kill gave SCCS the 29-27 win. However, the Cardinals (4-3 in league) couldn’t build on a 7-2 lead in game three, nor could they dig their way out of a 6-1 hole to open the clincher. Trinity led game four by as many as 12 behind Eblin’s three kills and an ace. She finished the knight with 14 kills and four aces. Trinity’s Taylor Oshiro followed with 12 kills, while teammate Hannah Caddow had 10. “Leaps and bounds,” said first-year Trinity coach Rebecca Peluffo of her team’s growth this year. “We set this goal at the beginning of the season to have a chance at a league championship.” Now they have it. Trinity (6-1 in league) wraps up its regular season Friday against Guidance Charter of Palmdale. If the Knights lost, they could drop into a tie with Faith Baptist of Canoga Park. But Trinity holds the tiebreaker in games won. They beat Faith 3-0, while Faith beat them only 3-2. SCCS lost to Faith on Tuesday, and despite spectacular defense Thursday, it fell again. Dombrowski collided with a spectator’s chair to save a ball early in game three. It thwarted a Trinity kill attempt. But the Knights just kept coming. “Our defense was great,” said SCCS coach Darcy Brown. “We were digging them a ton.” Kalona Marr led SCCS with 19 digs and nine kills. Vanessa Cardenas had 18 assists, 10 digs and five aces. Brooks had three aces for Trinity, which won two Omega League volleyball titles in 2010 and 2011. Now Trinity has a Heritage League banner — and two wins in a still-growing rivalry.