No one can eclipse this team


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by Lee Ann Ader

Members of the Eclipse Volleyball Club, comprised of young athletes who come from all over Orange County and range in age from 14-18, recently played in the 2019 Atlantic City Challenge and went 14-0. Teams from New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Maryland and Virginia competed over two days but none could take down the Eclipse 18s. Pictured here are: Emily Anderson, Jessica Ader, Gabriela Gaibur, Hannah Taylor, Emily Deserto, Gina Torres, Emily Bott and Nicole Kleinegger. The team, which is made up of athletes from Monroe-Woodbury, Warwick Valley, Pine Bush, Goshen and Delaware Valley, is coached by Namarie Gordon and practices at Capelli Sports Center in the Village of Florida.



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