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Colonia Patriots Volleyball Loses for Last Game of 2014 Season

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Photo Credit: Brianna Kelly
The Patriots go up for a block against the South Brunswick Vikings, winning the point.

On May 7, 2014 the South Brunswick Vikings defeated the Colonia Patriots at Colonia High School for the last game of the volleyball season.

The South Brunswick Vikings shut out the Colonia Patriots in two sets, making the game a 2-0 victory for the Vikings.

The Colonia Patriots entered their final game with the record of 5-12 (now 5-13) and the South Brunswick Vikings entering the game with a 3-12 record (now 7-13).

Junior Bryan Gorczyca gains 7 points for the Patriots while serving.
Junior Bryan Gorczyca gains 7 points for the Patriots while serving.

Bryan Gorczyca gave the team multiple points with 4 kills throughout the game. Gorczyca is also responsible for supplying the team with 4 digs, 2 service points, and 3 assists.

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After their victory the South Brunswick High School boys volleyball team went on to gain another three wins against North Brunswick (10-7), Edison (11-10), and Plainfield (0-16). Along with their 3 new wins they added one loss to their record against St. Joe’s High School, the team that is successful every year. These new statistics make their record now 7-13.

After the conclusion of the 2014 season, one of the setters for the varsity team, Bryan Gorczyca, a Junior at Colonia High School, was asked: How do you think the team played this year? How will the team be next year with the loss of Louis Bryan? Gorczyca responded “The team played well this year, there’s definitely some weak spots, but I think we’ll be fine next year with the players we have, and hopefully we get some freshmen with great potential.”

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Michael Passarelli
Michael Passarelli, Fall Reporter/Editor
Michael Passarelli is 18 years old and a senior at Colonia High School. He is involved with numerous clubs at the school including Marching Band, Jazz Band, and was involved with the Directors Showcase for the theatre program during the fall semester. In the band he plays bass guitar and trumpet and during the 2014 season of Marching Band he was in percussion, and in the 2015 season he played bass guitar for the pit. Passarelli plans to eventually start a career in law enforcement although he has already acquired many skills and is very interested in possibly pursuing a career in construction. He plans to major in Business Management in college.
Brianna Kelly
Brianna Kelly, Spring Reporter and Editor
Brianna Kelly is a 18-year-old junior at Colonia High School and has lived in Colonia her entire life along with her family. She has written for The Declaration for four years and has taken both Journalism classes offered at CHS. Kelly is currently a member of Heroes and Cool Kids as well as Newspaper Club. She is also a member of both the Quill and Scroll Honor Society and the French Honor Society and has played volleyball for CHS since she was a freshman. In her spare time, Kelly enjoys running and can usually be found playing volleyball, reading, or watching movies. She also enjoys shopping, listening to music, and hanging out with friends and family. She also enjoys volunteering and her favorite subjects in school are English and Science. Her favorite foods consist of almonds, cheeseburgers, strawberries, and M&M's. After graduating high school, Kelly plans on attending college for environmental science, but is unsure where she wishes to go. She enjoys writing for The Declaration and is looking forward to another exciting year as a reporter and editor for the paper.

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