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Dayton Girls Volleyball Beats Benedictine Academy 2-0

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SPRINGFIELD, NJ – The Jonathan Dayton girls volleyball team played their second volleyball game in two days and bounced back after a tough 2-0 loss to Union High School Monday to beat Benedictine Academy 2-0 Tuesday. 

Coach Pamela de la Llave has said, “Our main goal this season is to be better volleyball players than we were the day before.”  The Bulldogs did that Tuesday by beating a team that beat them earlier in the season,

Dayton was led by Rianna Cordeiro who had four aces, six service points and five kills.  Isabella Vieira had two aces, five service points, 12 assists.

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Sophia Barilla had three service points, three kills and seven digs.  Kristina Boettcher had four service points and two digs.  Maura Duffy had four service points, one kill and one dig.

Of the other Bulldogs in the game, Oluchi Emeana had one service point, two kills and three digs.  Ava Ginefra had one service point, one kill and four digs.  Casey Janker had one kill and one assist.

The win put the Bulldogs season record at 4-8.

Their next games are 4:00 p.m. Thursday at Roselle Park High School and 4:00 p.m. Friday at home against Kent Place School.

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