The Cedar Ridge Red Wolves volleyball team has won the 3A Eastern Regional volleyball championship. Not only that, but the Red Wolves didn’t lose a set in winning its five matches in the Eastern Region of the state playoffs. Cedar Ridge swept J.H. Rose 3-0 on Tuesday night in a packed Red Wolves Gymnasium. Cameron Lloyd led the Red Wolves in kills as Cedar Ridge won became the first team in school history to win 30 games in a season. Julie Altieri served out Cedar Ridge to win the first set. Altieri had an ace on set point to win the first 25-21. Junior middle blocker Cameron Lanier scored a block to win the second set 25-20. Cedar Ridge became the first 3A team to sweep J.H. Rose this year. Ever since Cedar Ridge defeated reigning 3A State Champion D.H. Conley on August 19, they’ve had the 3A State Championship in their sights. Now, the Red Wolves is one step away. Cedar Ridge will face North Iredell for the 3A State Championship on Saturday afternoon at Reynolds Coliseum on the campus of N.C. State University. First serve will be at 1:30.