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Posted On: 04/6/21 5:31 PM

The 2021 season has not disappointed with so much parody in the high school season. Last week, several schools ended up accomplishing some historical achievements for their programs. Let's take a look at those moments. 

Colon reaches 300th Career Victory for Hudson Catholic

Hudson Catholic HC Fernando Colon has been the only girls' volleyball coach in school history. The school went co-ed in 2008 and he was brought on to start a team from scratch. He has risen this school not just into a quality team but a state powerhouse. 

This past week, he reached a milestone by reaching his 300th career victory. The moment was that much greater as the milestone was reached on Hudson Catholic's senior day. No. 11 Hudson Catholic defeated Dickinson 25-16, 25-13. Ironically, Dickinson was where Colon played. The volleyball world came full-circle for Colon in a special moment for himself and his players. 

White hits 100th Career Victory for J.P. Stevens

Head Coach Anthony White reached his own milestone as well. White got his 100th victory as the girls volleyball coach in dominating fashion for J.P. Stevens.

Stevens took down Old Bridge 25-15, 25-20. In his seventh season, White has turned Stevens in a

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