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Morristown Girls Volleyball Edges Chatham, 2-1

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Senior Sarah Prill boosted her season total to 65 kills for Chatham vs. Morristown Credits: TAP Chatham
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CHATHAM, NJ - Senior Sarah Prill registered five kills and Lisa Steward had 17 assists for Chatham in its 2-1 girls volleyball loss to Morristown on Wednesday.

Morristown (16-11) won in three sets, 25-19, 17-25 and 25-11.

Ella Maddi had four kills and 13 digs for Chatham (12-10), which received four kills from Christina Massa, 11 digs from Isabelle Omelczuk and three service aces from Charlotte Ethridge.

Prill now has 65 kills on the season for the Lady Cougars, one behind team leader Maddi, who has 66. Steward boosted her team-best total of assists to 270 on the year.

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