Chatham Girls Volleyball Bows to Madison, 2-1

Chatham senior Olivia Diaz-Saavedra had five kills and four digs vs. Madison Credits: TAP Chatham

MADISON, NJ -  Right side/outside Olivia Diaz-Saavedra had five kills and four digs and setter Lisa Steward collected six digs, 15 assists, one kill and two aces for Chatham in a 2-1 girls volleyball loss to Madison on Monday.

Madison won in three sets, 20-25, 25-15 and 25-23.

Allison Shahidi led Madison with seven kills, 13 digs, 15 service points and two blocks while teammate Katherine Clark added 13 assists and 9 digs.

Isabelle Omelczuk finished with 11 digs and five service aces for Chatham, which received three kills, one dig, one assist and four service aces from Sarah Prill.

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