Category Archives: Volleyball (B)

Volleyball: St. Joseph advances to sectional final

St. Joseph senior Connor Mahony and Bridgewater-Raritan senior Andrew Amerman are usually accustomed to playing alongside one another as they both play for the year-round club, Warren Sixpack. On Wednesday, the two six-footers were on opposite sides of the net when their two high schools met in the NJSIAA Central Tournament semifinals at St. Joseph High School. Second-seeded St. Joseph (30-9) topped third-seeded Bridgewater Raritan (23-8) in straight sets 25-21, 25-20 to advance to the sectional final, where it play East Brunswick on Friday. Click here for full story.

Boys Volleyball GMC Honors Announced

The Greater Middlesex Conference runners up, East Brunswick, led the way with three players being named to the boys volleyball All-Conference team; Yoni Auerbach; Tom Pappas and Kyle Loesner. JP Stevens skipper, Anthony White, was named the conference Coach of the Year. Congrats to all those honored!    

Volleyball: St. Joseph stops East Brunswick, wins GMCT


Sometimes, after Ryan Monahan makes a good volleyball shot he’ll yell out, “I’m too short. I’m too short. It doesn’t matter.” It’s a running joke that Monahan, who’s in the 5-foot-5 range, has with his St. Joseph High School volleyball teammates who are well over 6-feet. Players do come in all sizes, and Saturday both big ...

Boys Volleyball: St. Joseph advances to GMC final

St. Joseph hurried to a 25-22, 25-17 win over Old Bridge in a Greater Middlesex Conference Tournament semifinal, and it was quite an important win, as the Falcons have now reached every GMC final since it started in 1999. Second-seeded St. Joseph will play top-seeded East Brunswick in Saturday’s final at J.P. Stevens. The Bears, which beat ...

Volleyball: St. Joseph’s Mahony signs letter of intent

t took St. Joseph senior Connor Mahony a little longer than anticipated to decide which college he would continue his volleyball career with, but once he made his decision, he moved fast. Mahony decided on Tuesday morning that he would attend Sacred Heart, and he signed his National Letter of Intent outside of the St. Joseph gym on Wednesday afternoon. "I can't even describe, as soon as I verballed (Tuesday), I was so loose playing and I was so happy," Mahony said. "I fully decided (Tuesday), it was really early in the morning. It came down to the wire almost." Mahony said he chose Sacred Heart over St. Francis University, NJIT and Rutgers Newark. Click here for full story.