Class A-North

No. 16 Marlboro 1, No. 6 Middletown South 2 

The Eagles (12-4) picked up the season sweep over Marlboro (8-7) with a three-set thriller. Cameron Kapler led all with 23 digs while Sophia Loucopoulos was right behind her with 22 of her own in the win. Karolyna Bojko's insane season continued with 26 assists, 8 digs and 4 kills in the victory.

Colts Neck (7-10) at Middletown North (2-12), 3:45pm

No. 4 Howell 2, Long Branch 0 (25-18, 25-10)

The Rebels (15-2) completed a perfect season across the A-North, going 12-0 after taking down Long Branch (0-14) in consecutive sets.

Class A-South

No. 12 Brick Memorial (11-5) at Toms River North (7-5), 5:15pm

Class B-North

Wall 0, Red Bank Regional 2

The Buccaneers (5-10) avenged their loss earlier in the week to Wall (4-13) with a two-set victory today to claim their fifth win of the year. Kylie Fisher led all with 15 assists in the win. Ava Grant accounted for 14 assists in the loss.

No. 10 Raritan 0, No. 8 Red Bank Catholic 2 (27-25, 25-16)

A battle of top tens took the court across the B-North, as the Caseys (12-6) took down the Rockets (11-5) in back-to-back sets. Alexis Amoedo had a strong performance for Raritan, leading the team with 11 digs while adding 5 assists.

No. 3 St. John Vianney 2, No. 11 Rumson-Fair Haven 0 (25-12, 25-21)

The Lancers (16-4) continued to lean on their superstar freshman in Ayana Warren, who once again cultivated the court with 20 assists in the victory. Warren now has 384 assists on the season, all in her first year with the program.


Holmdel (4-12) at Trinity Hall (7-8), 3:45pm

Manasquan 2, Brick Township 1 (25-14, 17-25, 25-21)

The Warriors (6-9) found themselves up one set early before the Dragons (3-13) fought back in three sets, leading to a Manasquan victory. Giuliana Ferraro had a strong performance for the Warriors, leading with 16 digs and 12 kills. Elle Vitanzo led Manasquan with 16 assists in the win. Abby Anfuso and Isabella Marinelli each had 16 digs in the loss.

Lacey 2, Asbury Park 0 (25-6, 25-16)

Lacey's (7-10) Emily Hauptvogel had a huge performance, leading the way with 10 service points, 8 aces and 6 kills in the two-set win over Asbury Park (0-10).

No. 2 Donovan Catholic 2, No. 13 Toms River East 0 (25-11, 25-19)

The Griffins (21-2) picked up their 21st victory of 2023, taking down the Indians (9-9) in back-to-back sets. Elizabeth Kavanaugh had a game-high 16 assists in the win. Shantel Starling's kill total continues to rack up as one of the top in the state, adding 10 more in the win.

Manchester Township 1, Toms River South 2 (25-17, 23-25, 26-24)

It was a dogfight, but the Indians (8-9) prevailed and took down Manchester (2-12) in three sets. Toms River South's Jordyn Lynch was unstoppable, leading all with 21 assists in the win. Devyn Quigley had a strong performance for the Hawks with 15 digs and 14 kills in the loss.

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