South Brunswick Girls Volleyball Team Scores Win Over Piscataway Then Loses To J.P. Stevens On Monday

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SOUTH BRUNSWICK, NJ – It’s been a rollercoaster ride for the Lady Vikings Volleyball Team in the last three matches.

The team lost to J.P. Stevens Monday afternoon in two sets, 25-10 and 25-12.

The loss comes after the Vikings lost a match to East Brunswick last Thursday, came back to beat Piscataway on Friday in two sets, 25-19 and 25-20.

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“Overall, I am very happy with how the girl's played (Friday),” Head Coach Kacy Kelly said in an email. “They played much better after coming off of our loss (Thursday).”

Nina Trach logged four aces, 10 service points and one kill during the match, followed by Jamie Klemas with five kills and Lindsay Szucs with 10 service points and 14 assists.

 “Lindsay Szucs played very well, she stayed positive throughout the whole game, and her positivity showed in her game,” Kelly said. “Sarah Weeden, a senior and veteran varsity player, is just coming off an injury, (Friday) was the first day since coming back that I noticed she's starting to get in her groove again.”

Kelly said that Trach’s passing “looked great” and made it easier for Szucs to set up the scores.

Kelly also said Kelly Matuszewski had a great game as well, finding a rhythm and was able to carry it through the match.

“Overall, our biggest downfall was our serving, we made too many errors serving,” Kelly said. “The girl's played great today, and ended the week in a nice way.”

South Brunswick is now 3-5 on the season.

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