April 8 – Oradell, NJ – There was a lot of energy in the Hoehl Gymnasium on Monday as two division rivals met for the first time this year on the Crusaders’ home turf.  It was not to be however, as BC dropped two of two games by identical scores of 23-25, as close as a game can be.
     With Teaneck winning the first game and BC trailing 22-23, they needed a spark.  That’s just what they got from their most talented setter and outside hitter.  Saarang Patel lofted a beautiful pass from right to left and Dylan Anderson did what he does best: he provided a kill for his team off a colossal spike.  That knotted the game at 23.  Unfortunately, the Crusaders missed serve and after a timeout to prepare for the critical point, Teaneck saw its final point slip just over the net and outside the reach of a BC digger.
     Patel finished the day with 22 sets while Anderson led BC with 13 kills.  Brian Mendoza led BC with 9 digs and Wesley MacNeil led in Service Points with 6.  Andrew Remias and Mendoza were right on his heels with 5 apiece.  The Crusaders are now 3-3 on the young season.