September 11, 2023

Some big individual performance on Monday night noted here by NJP:

Sienna Socha-Soares tallies 9 aces as Howell rolls over Middletown North to stay unbeaten.

Bria Morgan leads Lenape to their 4th win as they roll over Camden. 9 kills, 4 aces, and 4 digs for the 4 year starter and senior.

6’2″ senior Taylor Miller looked unstoppable tonight as Demarest spanked Pascack Valley to even both teams records at 1-1. Miller had 11 kills, 11 digs, and 5 aces for the Norsewomen.

Genevieve Millett and Stephanie Buttons combined for 27 kills as St. John Vianney explodes in set 3 to stay unbeaten.

Taylor McGann leads Eastern to a lopsided win over Camden Eastside with 8 aces and 3 kills to improve to 2-0.

Junior Sophia Barsh lifts 11 digs as Florence outlasts Cinnaminson in three sets to gain their first win of the season.

Nutley’s Hannah Pollail drops 9 kills as the Raiders beat Montclair to improve to 2-2.

Mendham got back on track and notched one in the win column against rival Roxbury. Senior Tessa Kelleher slammed 4 kills and turned back 3 blocks for the Minutemaids.

Audrey Sousa boosts Freehold Borough past Colts Neck with 9 kills, 4 aces, 6 digs and a block to drop the ranked Cougars to 0-2 on the young season.

Wood-Ridge got 16 digs, 3 aces, and 3 assists from Brielle Rivera as they turned back North Arlington in 2 sets.

Stephania Izzo smacked 5 kills and had 1 block to lead Cedar Grove over Newark East Side in straight sets. The Panthers are now 3-0.

A dream night for Barringer senior Mia De Leon as she “brings it” in the Bears win over West Caldwell Tech. Mia had 5 kills, 5 blocks, 10 digs, and 3 aces in her stellar performance.

Roselle Park junior Georgelys Javier, in her second game at the varsity level, packed the scoresheet with 5 kills and 5 big blocks in their win over Hillside to improve to 2-0.

Sabrina Guerbi lifts 21 digs as Union tops Summit in straight sets.

Arts junior Anjanae Barnette logs 6 kills and a block to keep Arts undefeated for the season at 2-0.

In Hudson County, Kearny edged Bayonne in 2 close sets powered by a 9 kill performance by junior Amaya Wison.

Livingston is now 3-0 after overpowering Caldwell in straight sets. Nadia Khalaj was the star tonight for the Lancers as she put down 6 kills and 2 aces.

Natalia Baca had 10 kills, 4 aces, and a block as she led West Essex to a 2 set win over Columbia.

Secaucus is now 3-0 after disposing of previously unbeaten Leonia in straight sets. 6′ sophomore middle Olivia Jasiczek bombed 9 kills and a block in the win.

Clare Farrell was outstanding tonight as St. Elizabeth improved to 2-0 with a win over Madison. Clare had 12 kills, 10 digs and 2 aces.

Senior Erin McCabe posted 9 kills and 2 aces as River Dell dropped Westwood to improve to 2-0. The 6’2″ middle is off to a great start with 18 kills in 2 games played.

Senior Olivia Isaacson spread the offense posting 20 assists among 6 different players to drive Wayne Valley to a big win over Fair Lawn.

Governor Livingston getting contributions from many players tonight as they improve to 2-0 with a straight set win over Cranford. Junior Anna Kramarchuk with 10 assists, 5 aces, and 4 digs for the Highlanders.

Junior Gianna Juliano had 7 kills while adding 2 blocks and 2 digs as Pascack Hills opened their season with a win over Ramsey.

Immaculate Heart received 5 kill performances from three players, Eve Roman, Rachel Paton, and Maddie Sandt, as they bludgeon Hackensack in straight sets.

Mt. Saint Mary got 8 kills from both Mary King and Mahalia Gorham as they routed St. Benedict’s in straight sets.

Morristown Beard fought back to win the last two sets after dropping set one 25-9 to Villa Walsh and improve to 2-0. Ellen Manke had 10 kills for the Crimson.

Paul VI is now 4-0 after drubbing Moorestown in straight sets. Nine Eagles had kills but sophomore Megan Evans led the way with 6.

Naomi Lygas, one of last years stand out freshman, continued her offensive onslaught for Princeton. The sophomore notched 8 kills and added 9 digs as the Tigers took down Hopewell Valley.

Southern’s Jordyn Hamlin led the Rams over arch rival Old Bridge in straight sets. Hamlin, who is considered a top candidate for NJ Player of the Year, smoked 8 kills and an ace.

It was a FULL schedule tonight, sorry we could not get to all the games to highlight the rest of the great performances from tonight…

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