Posted On: 04/28/21 10:43 AM

Two matches stole the stage yesterday. They were competitive three-set thrillers that kept players, coaches, and spectators in attendance or virtually in awe. Let's give a quick glimpse of what took place. This season may be unorthodox in nature but it has not diminished the quality of play. 

West Windsor-Plainsboro North fends off Northern Burlington

In what could only be described as a battle for supremacy, unfortunately only one team can come out victorious. And that would be West Windsor-Plainsboro North, which grinded its way to a 27-25, 22-25, 29-27 victory at Northern Burlington Tuesday.

The match was an instant classic with both teams not stretching their lead very far. In all three sets, they were tight between two evenly matched squads. Northern Burlington held off match point on three separate occasions until coming up short on the fourth. 

Max Finkielstein led the way for West Windsor-Plainsboro North with 15 kills and 17 digs. Tucker Rossi led the way for No. Burlington with 7 kills, 7 blocks and 2 digs. This match came down to not who was better as if anyone could see these teams are very even. It was a battle of wills and West Windsor-Plainsboro

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