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PV wins 5 games within league

Meghan Viganola bumps the ball for Pascack Valley. She wrapped up her PV Volleyball career in 2018, and the Indians finished with a 5-14 record.

Meghan Viganola bumps the ball for Pascack Valley. She wrapped up her PV Volleyball career in 2018, and the Indians finished with a 5-14 record.

Emily Sohl

Meghan Viganola bumps the ball for Pascack Valley. She wrapped up her PV Volleyball career in 2018, and the Indians finished with a 5-14 record.

Emily Sohl

Emily Sohl

Meghan Viganola bumps the ball for Pascack Valley. She wrapped up her PV Volleyball career in 2018, and the Indians finished with a 5-14 record.

PV wins 5 games within league

Indians set to return solid group

Sport: Girls Volleyball

Record: 5-14

Coach: Kaitlyn Lewis

Season Overview: The Pascack Valley Girls Volleyball team finished its season with a 5-14 record and a 5th place finish in the Big North Patriot League. All 5 of Valley’s wins this season came from within their league.

Key Players from this Season: Megan Vignola (Sr.), Emma Kropp (Sr.), Corinne Herrmans (Sr.), Jenna Joroff (So.), Nicole Perrone (So.), and Shayne Flanagan (So.)

Key Losses for Next Season: Vignola, Kropp, Herrmans, Bianca Belmonte (Sr.), Laura Cubala (Sr.)

Best Win of the Season: The best win of the Indians’ season was against Indian Hills.

What to Look Forward to for Next Year: Next year, Valley will rely on a group of rising juniors and seniors, and have them step into the roles of the departing seniors. Lewis said that there is plenty of talent among the current freshman, and some of them may be able to contribute to varsity in 2019.  

“This year was all sophomores and seniors with the exception of two juniors,” Lewis said. “And a lot of those sophomores, [including] Jenna, Shayne, and Sam are playing together on the same club team so they will be working together in the offseason.”

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