Cora Bidlack led the Rams with nine kills, two service aces and three digs and Alyssa Gerardi followed with seven kills, four blocks, and two digs.
This was the third meeting for the Rams and the Colonials this year and, since the previous two matches were extremely competitive, head coach Pete Litichevsky knew that this would be a close match.
"It was a great match," Litichevsky said. "Every time it's so close. They are two really quality teams. We played a little better then they did today."
The 10 service faults the Rams had were the reason that they did not win the first game, according to Litichevsky.
Sophomore middle Aliyah Huland El, who finished with seven kills, four service aces, and two blocks, thought that her team had great communication, which led to the victory.
"It was a great win," said Huland El. "We played really well as a team and we communicated very well."
Morristown's head coach, Ron Davenport, said he hopes his girls learn from this game and move forward.
"We got a little rattled," said Davenport. "As long as we learn from this, I think it's going to be a great lesson."
Junior Mary Long, who had 13 kills, three service aces and three digs for the Colonials, is excited for the future of Morristown.
"I'm so excited for next year," said Long. "We can only learn from this."
Randolph will oppose West Morris for the championship on Saturday, Oct. 22 at 4 p.m. at Roxbury.