Bethany Young had a kill, a dig and 17 assists to highlight Morris Hills' 25-17, 25-16 wins over Pope John on Wednesday, Oct. 26.
Casey DeSa had 10 kills, an ace and three digs for the Scarlet Knights. Audrey Bencel added six kills and two aces.
For the Lions, Heidi Spetz had an ace and six digs and Katie Busanic had five assists.
Madison 2, Whippany Park 0
Senior setter Brittany Curran had a kill, five blocks, a dig, seven assists and three service points for Whippany Park (9-10) when it fell 18-25, 15-25 to Madison on Friday, Oct. 21.
Junior defensive specialist Caroline Park contributed nine digs. Giselle Hernandez, a senior middle hitter, had a kill, three blocks, eight service points and two aces. Jamie Bergen added five kills.
Sparta 2, Pope John 0
Alexandra Ratyniak had two aces, four kills and three digs for the Lions in their 13-25, 20-25 loss to Sparta on Friday, Oct. 21.
Victoria Holowienka had three aces, one kill and a pair of digs. Amy Kratzer added three aces, a kill, two assists and two digs. Amanda Matrisciano had an ace, a kill, two blocks and a dig. Heidi Spetz had four digs.
Pope John 2, Morristown-Beard 0
Victoria Holowienka had five kills and a block and Alexandra Guido had an ace and seven assists when Pope John beat Morristown-Beard, 25-14, 25-13, on Friday, Oct. 14.
Other strong efforts for the Lions were turned in by Heidi Spetz (3 aces, 2 digs) and Alexandra Ratyniak (4 kills, 2 aces, 2 digs).
Morristown-Beard was led by Tatiana Johnson (5 kills, block), Aly Maser (3 kills), Tricia Del Colle (2 kills, 1 ace), Ali Rakow (10 digs, 2 aces) and Hannah Guenther (7 digs).
Whippany Park 2, Morristown-Beard 0
The Wildcats sent their record to 9-7 on Wednesday, Oct. 12 by registering 25-17, 25-10 victories over the Crimson.
Sara Prizzi (5 service points), Brittany Curran (5 kills, dig, 12 assists, 10 service points, 5 aces) and Giselle Hernandez (3 kills, block, 6 service points, 2 aces) led Whippany Park.
Parsippany 2, Whippany Park 0
The Red Hawks sent their record to 11-6 with 25-21 and 27-25 victories over Whippany Park on Monday, Oct. 9.
Senior Nicole Herrmann had one ace, nine kills and three digs for Parsippany. Francesca Hoffer finished with 14 digs. Another senior, Michelle Merida, had one ace, five kills and 12 digs. Luisa Garcia led in assists with nine.
For Whippany Park, Brittany Curran had one kill, three blocks, two digs, three assists and four service points. Jamie Bergen added two kills, one block and four service points. Giselle Hernandez had three blocks and one service point for the Wildcats (8-7).
Vernon 2, Pope John 0
The Vikings registered 25-9 and 25-10 wins over the Lions on Monday, Oct. 9.
Vernon received five kills and four digs from Carleigh English. Jenna Harper had nine assists, three digs, one kill and one ace while Kelsey Blanchard provided four digs, four kills and an assist.
Amanda Matrisciano (kill), Heidi Spetz (four digs), Jamie Barton (block) and Alexandra Guido (assist) led Pope John.
Kinnelon 2, Whippany Park 1
Kinnelon ran its record to 8-3 by rallying to defeat Whippany Park, 18-25, 25-22, 25-13, on Wednesday, Oct. 5.
The Wildcats (8-6) were led by Brittany Curran, who had seven kills, two blocks, two digs and 14 assists.
Sam Tutiven contributed five kills, one block and five service points for Whippany Park and Jamie Bergen added nine kills, 11 service points and four aces.
Mount Olive 2, Pope John 0
The Marauders, behind Ally Karle's two aces, 10 kills, one block and three digs, triumphed over the Lions, 25-8, 25-11.
Other top contributors for Mount Olive were Jessica McEntee with one kill, 13 assists and two digs and Sydney Summerville with seven aces, one assist and three digs.
Alexandra Ratyniak (2 kills, 2 digs), Jamie Barton (kill, block) and Katie Busanic (2 assists, dig) led Pope John.
Whippany Park 2, St. Elizabeth 0
The Wildcats sent their record to 8-5 with a pair of 25-15 victories over St. Elizabeth on Monday, Oct. 3.
Jamie Bergen had three kills, 15 service points and three aces while Brittany Curran had two kills, seven assists and four service points. Another Hornets standout was Sam Tutiven with seven service points and one ace.
West Morris 2, Pope John 0
Summer Koop had seven aces, eight service points, three kills and two digs for West Morris when it beat the Lions, 25-10, 25-8, on Monday, Oct. 3.
Alejandra Gomez chipped in with two aces and eight service points for the Wolfpack. Amanda Matriciano (one kill, one dig), Jennie Busanic (two digs), Amy Kratzer (one ace, two digs) and Alexandra Guido (two assists) led Pope John.