Madison High School Freshman Girls Volleyball Crushes Parsippany


MADISON, NJ- The Madison High School freshman girls volleyball team swept Parsippany High School in two sets at home Monday night. They won the first set 25 to 10, thanks in part to setter Helen Simmons who scored seven points and middle hitter Hailee Burgess who scored six. The Lady Dodgers dominated the second set as well, winning 25 to 11, with Rachel Morel scoring nearly half the points herself with an amazing performance as server.

Other highlights were middle hitter Madison Camp who had a great kill in the second set, pummeling the ball over her middle on the opposing team to exploit a hole. Outside hitter Erin O’Donnell also had a great dig to save the ball in the second set.

The win marks a three game winning streak for the team, and brings their record to four and three in the Northwest Jersey Athletic Conference, Freedom division.

“I’ve very proud of the girls and their progress,” said Coach Kimberly M. “They are working well together and are seeing results from their hard work over the last few months.”

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