Barnegat Knocks Off Pinelands Regional in Another Tight Clash

Significant FROM THE Again: Ashley Berger had a reliable recreation all around throughout Barnegat’s 2-1 gain around Shore Meeting Course B South rival Pinelands on Oct. 6. (Pictures by David Biggy)
Earlier in the period, inside of its gymnasium, the Pinelands Regional Significant School girls volleyball squad edged Barnegat in a hotly fought, down-to-the-wire contest. On Oct. 6, the Bengals returned the favor versus their Shore Convention Class B South rivals.
Senior setter Patria Moreno sent 23 helps and mustered 17 digs, a trio of kills and 3 aces, when Ashley Berger also registered 17 digs to go with four kills and an ace, and Cassidy Van Horn managed 14 digs, as the Bengals scored a come-from-at the rear of, 22-25, 25-21, 25-23 victory in excess of the Wildcats. Avery O’Cone and Robbiann Erskine each and every tallied 7 kills, while Gianna Gerckens scored on five kills and four aces, and Taralynn Charland registered 12 digs and two aces.
For Pinelands, Caitlyn Downes tallied 20 digs and two aces, although Molly Quigley-Sanborn handed out 15 helps, and Olivia Benson smashed 11 kills and scored an ace. Emilia Savich recorded 10 digs and an ace, and Antonella Stankevitch contributed six kills.
On Oct. 4, pursuing shutouts above Position Pleasant Seashore, Lacey and Southern Regional, the Bengals (11-6) scored a 25-15, 25-12 get around Manchester. Erskine had eight kills and two aces, whilst Moreno gave out 19 assists and scored on four aces, and Charland shipped five aces to lead the way.
Sadly, Barnegat’s successful streak came to stop on Oct. 8 all through a 19-25, 14-25 decline to division rival Donovan Catholic. Moreno managed 11 assists, seven digs and a few kills, though Erskine and Berger whacked five and 4 kills, respectively. Berger also had two aces, and Nina Soberano mustered nine digs.
ZESTY Provide: Caitlyn Downes put up some stable quantities, especially with her aces from at the rear of the again line, as Pinelands Regional went on to defeat Mainland Regional on Oct. 11.
Soon after its decline to Barnegat, Pinelands received a pair of contests towards non-convention foes – 2- versus Cherokee on Oct. 9 and 2-1 versus Mainland on Oct. 11 – sandwiched all around a reduction to powerhouse Williamstown, also on Oct. 9.
In opposition to the defending South Jersey Group IV runner-up, Downes tallied 13 digs and 4 helps, even though Quigley-Sanborn handed out 10 assists, Bailey Lawrence extra nine assists and an ace, and Benson managed six kills and nine digs. Afterwards in the working day towards Williamstown, the Wildcats (11-4) were led by Lawrence, who experienced three digs, 6 assists and three aces.
All through Monday’s 25-14, 13-25, 25-18 win around the Mustangs, Jayne Wilkinson hammered down 11 kills and scored on a block, although Savich sent on 10 kills, and Lawrence gave out 16 helps and scored on 4 aces. Quigley-Sanborn experienced 12 helps, and Downes registered 19 digs and six aces.
Southern’s Fast paced 7 days
Potential customers to 4 Wins
Southern Regional experienced a hectic plan throughout the past 7 days, and the Rams scored four victories along the way, such as 3 straight versus Shore Conference Class A South rivals.
The Rams (12-9) begun the extend with a 25-21, 25-17 acquire around Toms River East – all through which Jordyn Hamlin smashed 8 kills, Amanda Floystad gave away 16 helps, Brianna Otto tallied 10 digs and two aces, and Hailea Krause added five kills and eight digs – and followed up with a 2- acquire above Toms River South on Oct. 6 and a further shutout versus Brick Memorial on Oct. 7.
Southern ran into difficulties with Toms River North on Oct. 8, falling to the Mariners 19-25, 21-25. Otto and Hamlin experienced 12 and 10 digs, respectively, though Molly Regulski tossed out 10 assists, and Krause whacked 6 kills, as did Hamlin. The Rams followed with a split on Saturday, Oct. 9 – bouncing Cherry Hill East, 25-20, 26-24, in advance of dropping a 20-25, 13-25 contest to Paul VI.
On Monday, Southern dropped a 2-1 contest to Shore Convention rival Donovan Catholic. Throughout the 25-16, 22-25, 18-25 clash, Hamlin tallied 11 kills and five digs, even though Krause contributed six kills and two aces, Regulski handed out 12 assists and scored on two aces, and Otto extra seven digs and an ace.
—  David Biggy

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