Posted On: 11/8/20 6:43 PM

New Jersey is still waiting on real tournament play to start up again. In the meantime, our athletes are putting in serious work. Out of a small-but-mighty club in Freehold comes a ton of shining star players. 

Monmouth County Volleyball Club (MOCO) is a two-team club headed by Bert Hor. On Sunday, October 25th, I had the opportunity to watch his teams face off in a five-set scrimmage. While it’s still early on in the season, the MOCO girls really showed up to play.

From chatting with the coaching staff, I discovered that while the 18s team is stronger, the 17s are overall more athletic and have more team chemistry from playing together for longer. That made this scrimmage more of a battle of brain vs. brawn. Could the younger team use finesse and endurance to outplay the 18s, or was the older team destined to outsmart and out-skill them at every turn?

Let’s relive the highlights to find out:

The match started off with two bullet jump serves from the 18s setter Teagan Fry. The 17's fought back with a swing

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