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PV wins four matches against Bergenfield, Dwight Morrow

Melanie Brentnall hits a forehand. Brentnall is among the returning players for Pascack Valley, who finished 4-12 this season.

Melanie Brentnall hits a forehand. Brentnall is among the returning players for Pascack Valley, who finished 4-12 this season.

Evan Mathai

Melanie Brentnall hits a forehand. Brentnall is among the returning players for Pascack Valley, who finished 4-12 this season.

Evan Mathai

Evan Mathai

Melanie Brentnall hits a forehand. Brentnall is among the returning players for Pascack Valley, who finished 4-12 this season.

PV wins four matches against Bergenfield, Dwight Morrow

Indians set to lose Ruback

Sport: Girls’ Tennis

Record: 4-12

Coach: Tom Gallione

Season Overview: Valley finished with a 4-12 record this season, with 2 wins each over Dwight Morrow and Bergenfield. The Indians were winless against all other opponents. 

Key Players from this Season: Jessica Ruback (Sr.), Melanie Bretnall (Jr.), Hailey Juillet (Jr.)

Key Losses for Next Season: Ruback, Elise DeBiasio, Knar Alashaian

Best Win of the Season: The Indians’ 3-2 win at Dwight Morrow on Oct. 1. While Ruback lost the first singles, but other players stepped up in order to secure the win.

What to Look Forward to for Next Year: Gallione hopes the returning varsity players, including Juillet and Brentnall, take their games’ to the next level this offseason. Also, some junior varsity players will likely step in and fill in the roles of their former teammates in 2019.

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