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The Orange HS softball team has a strong performance in the county tournament – ​​Essex News Daily

The Orange boys volleyball team has shown excellent team chemistry this season.

ORANGE, NJ — The Orange High School boys volleyball team had a strong performance in the Essex County Tournament.

Under head coach Emily Guydan, the seventh-seeded Tornadoes defeated No. 26 seed Bard 25-11, 25-9 in the preliminary round on Wednesday, April 24, at home and defeated No. 10 seed Payne Tech 25-12. 25-23, in the first round on Friday April 26, at home.

The Dutch then made a good effort, but lost in the quarterfinals to No. 2 seed Millburn, 25-14, 25-15, Tuesday, April 30.

The Tornadoes regrouped to win three straight matches, defeating Newark Collegiate Academy 25-17, 25-11 in a Super Essex Conference crossover division match; Glen Ridge, 25-14, 25-18, Friday, May 3, in an independent match; and Irvington, 25-13, 25-7, Monday, May 6, in an SEC-Liberty Division matchup to improve to 12-3 overall on the season, including 8-1 in the division. Irvington moved to 6-10 overall and 1-8 in the division.

The Tornadoes’ teamwork has been crucial to their success this season. The team’s seniors – Chrisoly Georges, Fritz Louis, Woodston Orisca, Steven Cambisaca, Gregory Clossaint and Joshua Gravesande – have provided leadership in key positions. Other key contributors include juniors Karl Araujo, Felix Gutierrez, Layton Aguilar and Sam Noel.

The assistant coaches are Maureen Stainfil and Joie Williams.

Photo courtesy of Orange HS Boys Volleyball