The Bengals of Tamarac swept through the 2019 volleyball regular season in dominating fashion, posting an overall record of 16-1 with a perfect league mark, to earn the Wasaren volleyball championship.
The Bengals didn’t drop a single set through their first six matches before Mechanicville finally took a pair of games from Tamarac in the Bengals 3-2 victory on September 26th.
Tamarac has suffered only one defeat on the season, a 3-1 decision to Albany.
The Bengals average over 7.0 kills and 4.5 aces per set, with more than 160 blocks blocks on the season.
Junior Catrina Murphy leads the Bengals in serving points and aces with over 150 points on the year. Murphy and senior Kerianne Bugbee are the top two Bengals in blocks
Senior Giuliana DiCarlo has served up more than 50 aces with over 100 points scored and senior Gabriella Cellicci rounds out the Tamarac leaders, tops in both digs and kills for the Clum’s Corners squad.
Tomorrow night Tamarac wraps up it’s regular season in a home match with Emma Willard on Senior Night.
With sectional brackets due out next week the Wasaren Champs should receive a high seed, with all signs pointing towards a deep Bengals run through the Section II tournament.