WOOD-RIDGE, NJ - Wood-Ridge Mayor Paul Sarlo and the Council recognized the Wood-Ridge High School Girls Volleyball team during Wednesday’s Council meeting for winning their fourth straight New Jersey Interscholastic Championship.

The Lady Blue Devils finished the regular season with a perfect 18-0 record in the Meadowlands Division, for the fourth straight division championship.  They are a combined 71-1 during the last four years in league play.  

The Lady Blue Devils finished with a 26-8 overall record, and through the past four years they have a combined record of 96-23.

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Sarlo also read out a list of special accomplishments for the team during the season.

Four players, Melissa Acosta, Skylar Basich, Erica DiMarco and Madylin Marino were named first team All-NJIC.  Brooke Geis was Second Team All Meadowlands, while Amanda DiMase was named Honorable Mentions. Marino graduated with school records in kills (939) and digs (838) and was named to the First Team All Group 1 Team.  Acosta, who led the state with 448 assists was named Third Team All Group 1.

A special award was also given to head coach Andrea Marino in recognition of her 500th career victory, accomplished late in the season. 


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