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Ridge Girls Volleyball Finishes Undefeated in Skyland Conference and  Improves to 13-0

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BERNARDS TWP., NJ - The Ridge Girls Volleyball team never let up after their epic 33-31 second set win against North Hunterdon on Tuesday: the team went on to beat Bridgewater-Raritan, Somerset County Champs in 2016, for the second time, 25-17, 25-17.  

The latest wins improves Ridge Volleyball's record to Ridge to 13-0, leaving them undefeated in Skyland conference play.

On back to back nights, Ridge was led by Chelsea Winegar with six kills and six digs, Peyton Robb with six kills and three digs.  Zoe Pan ran the offense with 21 assists and Julia Syrdahl led the team with four blocks to go along with four kills.  

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Fellow middle hitter Evelina Adamczyk chipped in also with four kills. Isabela 
Garcia had an all around game of four  aces, three kills, one block and two digs.  

Ridge has four games next week; against Montgomery; away at Chatham; 
Montville; and away at West Morris Mendham.

Next Wednesday night is senior night 

The game against Montville at home next Wednesday, Oct. 18, will be Senior Night, where Evelina Adamczyk, Carollyne Conway, Salma El Agizy, Zoe Pan, Sophia Maggio and Julia Syrdahl will be recognized for their contributions to the Ridge Volleyball program.  

The Ridge Volleyball team invites all of their fans to come out and celebrate their achievement.

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