CLEARWATER — Last season, thanks to injuries and ineligibility, Clearwater Central Catholic limped its way to a forgettable 11-16 season. This season the Marauders are fully healthy, and so far they are proving to be one of top teams in the area.Tuesday night against Class 5A, District 9 rival Academy of the Holy Names, CCC dominated the previously undefeated Jaguars, 25-10, 25-16, 25-17. AHN was without top hitter Camille Opp, who was out of town."It's nice to be healthy," CCC coach Stephen Shepherd said. "We have everybody available to play. It's the same group, it's just that everybody can play."And the Marauders (9-0, 4-0 district) played well from the start. They jumped to a 10-1 lead in Game 1 behind kills from Cameron Fitzpatrick and unforced errors by the Jaguars. Fitzpatrick was all over the court against AHN (8-1, 1-1). She had 13 kills and added seven digs.The Jaguars tried to come back and narrowed the gap to 11-6 on a kill by Katherine Pickard. But CCC kept up the pressure and blew the lead open to 19-9. Two straight kills by Fitzpatrick, a kill from Rachel Schmitz, a block by Angela Cuff and a service error ended the first game.The second game was much closer. AHN rattled off four straight points in the middle and took a 13-7 lead. It was 15-10 after a Lexie Diez kill, but CCC went on a 5-0 run to tie it. It was 16-16 before CCC closed the game with a 9-0 run. In that span, the Jaguars had six unforced errors and Pammy Robinson served all nine points and had two aces."That was big for our girls," Shepherd said. "We went on a 14-1 run there. That's the difference between having a team that has been there, done that like this team and an inexperienced team like last year."Like the second game, AHN hung around in the first half of Game 3, which was tied at 14 until CCC went on one final run. Its 11-3 spurt finished the match."I think the first game kind of frazzled us," AHN coach Laura Praetorius said. "That kind of got in our heads. We had leads in the second and third games and we couldn't capitalize on them. We've got to work on finishing."Anna Vollmer added 10 kills for CCC. Setter Ashten Fulk had 30 assists.