SOL Girls' VB Wrap (10-6-11)

CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 3, NORTH PENN 2 (15-25, 25-20,, 21-25, 28-26, 15-12)
The Bucks rallied from a 2-1 deficit to even the match with a hard-fought 28-16 win in the fourth set and went on to knock the Maidens out of the ranks of the undefeated SOL squads.
The Bucks were led by the superb effort at the net of Rachel Baker with 19 kills and a hitting percentage of .630. Alicia West and Caroline Hauck each added nine kills while Sarah Hall had four kills. Baker and West had four kills each in the final set. Jess West led the team in assists with 41. Maddie Klun had five blocks, and Courtney King had seven digs on a night that featured long rallies as well as standout offense and defense by both teams.

Carly Black and Lauren Laucella led the Hatters in kills with 13 and 10 respectively. Quinn O’Donnell had four blocks. Kathryn Lucca served for 20 Hatter points. Sam Jones had four aces and dished out 36 assists.
Anna Waltz led PW with six kills, 10 digs and one ace while Giovanna Jenkins had five kills, two blocks and three digs. Monica McLenigan led the defense with 11 digs to go along with two aces. Setters Tori Biggins (10 assists) and Riley Hellings (six assists, one ace, one dig) made important contributions, and Emily Houck (two kills, four blocks), Michele Taunton (two blocks, one kill, three digs) and Cindy Ly (two aces) also contributed.

PENNSBURY 3, ARCHBISHOP WOOD 0 (25-14, 25-17, 25-16)
Lauren Pisauro had another big night for the Falcons, contributing nine kills, four digs and three aces. Senior Amanda Pace led the defense with eight digs while teammates Paige Misawic and Katie Webb both had four digs. Misawic also had 17 assists. Jae Jackson contributed three kills and two blocks while Audrey Springer added three kills and three aces. Olivia Aizen also had three aces.

CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 3, QUAKERTOWN 0 (25-17, 25-15, 25-15)
Geena Close contributed 10 assists, two kills and two aces for the Panthers while teammate Sophie Butler delivered a team-high eight kills. Ava Haekler (four kills), Anna Mease (two kills), Lydia O’Neal (one kill) and Meghan Lopes (five assists, one kill) all contributed. Adriana Rodriguez led the Panthers defensively.