Flaska led the kills effort with 13, while Henard knocked down 11 in the match. The pair also led in assists, combining for 19.
A healthy-sized and vocal fan-base was on hand for the title game, and the Lady Eagles did not disappoint.
“This is, without a doubt, a dream come true for me,” said Brock head coach Keith Guyon. “Back during two-a-days [last summer] we began talking about what our goals were for the year. Through non-district, tournaments and district, we set the state championship as the goal, and the standards we were going to have to set to achieve that goal.
“These girls worked their tails off to get here, and I told them this morning to go fulfill your dreams today.”
Guyon, in his third year as head coach, led Brock to the regional tourney last season. Brock finishes its championship season with a 45-3 overall record.
“That match point has to be the most special moment of my coaching career,” Guyon said. “And you know, it’s not about [the medals]. It’s about the kids and the relationships and the memories we will have forever.”