The match ended when the Silver Stallions' Taylor Schaubert knocked a serve low for an error.
Woodlawn dominated the opening game. The Lady Cardinals never trailed in the opener.
Woodlawn raced to a 12-5 lead, prompting a timeout from Christ Our Rock. The break in the action did nothing to hold back the Lady Cardinals.
“I feel like they really stayed focus on the task at hand,” Lamczyk said.
Woodlawn continued to surge behind the attacks from French and Wehrheim.
Woodlawn was able to pressure the Silver Stallions with threatening serves early as well. Katie Garen finished with aces in both games.
Woodlawn is 17-7 this season and travels to the Lebanon sectional where the Lady Cardinals will play at 6 p.m. Tuesday and faces the winner of the Bunker Hill-Lebanon game.