JV Goes For The "El Perfecto" - Rocks Seeded 3rd In Districts

New Haven's Junior Varsity picked up their 21st win on Thursday, defeating St. Clair in two sets, 25-13, 25-17.

By Kyle Quick

New Haven's Junior Varsity team (22-0, 5-0) have a chance to make history.  No team (based on QNN’s research) has had a perfect season and with a win tonight, Coach Dennis Carey's team will have a shot at perfection. (QNN will stream both JV & Varsity games live.)

While the JV is hoping for the "El Perfecto" season, Coach Jaime Hoener is hoping her Varsity team will head into districts on a six game winning streak.

New Haven’s Varsity (20-10, 5-1) comes into tonight's game against Linn having won their last four matches after making quick work of St. Clair Thursday night, 25-9, 25-13 before ending the regular season tomorrow night against Owensville.

Win or lose Tuesday night, New Haven (5-1) will finish second in the FRC unless St. James pulls off an upset over Hermann (6-0); the chances of that happening are slim to none.

Megan Shockley has given New Haven a big lift in their past four games, averaging 6.5 kills per game.

Assuming Hermann does win, this will be Coach Linda Lampkin's 18th FRC title.
New Haven has been playing well of late as Coach Hoener seems to have found the right lineup as they begin district play at Crystal City next Monday.

Class 1 District 5 at Crystal City

New Haven is seeded third behind second seeded Valle Catholic (19-7-1) with Bismarck (26-3) getting the number one seed.

New Haven will their first round match on Mon. at 5 p.m. against Valley (7-14).

District and Championship brackets are available in the Sports Zone and on the right menu bar.

Both New Haven's JV and Varsity final home games on Tuesday will be telecasted live right here on QuickNewsNow.com.