To win a high school state championship in any sport is to experience a once-in-a-lifetime feeling, but winning a state crown with a teammate who happens to be your sibling makes for an even better memory.

Thus was the case last November when the Greater Atlanta Christian volleyball team bested Sandy Creek 3-1 to claim the Class AAA state championship, the first state volleyball crown in school history. Key members of the team included middle hitter Janie Stinchcomb and her younger sister, setter Addie Stinchcomb.

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