SOL Girls' Volleyball Wrap (9-11-17)

Check out the recaps for SOL girls’ volleyball teams in action Monday. CR South/Tennent photos provided courtesy of Diana Leferovich. Check back for a gallery of game action photos.

National Conference

COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 3, WILLIAM TENNENT 1 (25-16, 25-22, 26-28, 25-4)
The Golden Hawks held off a tough Panther squad.
“Tennent always plays us tough, and tonight was no exception,” coach John Wright said. “They had us on the ropes, but our leaders stepped up in game four and put the match away. I’m very proud of the girls.”
Leading the Golden Hawks was Ariana Ranieri with 25 service points, which included a pair of aces. She also had four kills and 18 digs. Celina Varian led the defense with 40 digs and also added four kills. Hannah Sullivan had seven kills and seven blocks, and Bria DeSar had 33 digs.
For the Panthers, Stephanie Woolston had 25 digs. Kelly Scipione had nine assists and eight digs while Lauren Yancer and Kelsey O’Shea each had three aces.

CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 3, COUNCIL ROCK NORTH 1 (25-13, 20-25, 25-16, 25-21)
The Bucks handed the visiting Indians their first conference loss of the young season.
Katie Hudson (12 kills, two aces, 15 digs) and Mackenzie Brooks (10 kills, one ace, 20 digs) turned in strong all-around performances. Amanda Mass also came up big at the net with 11 kills and one block. Setter Ana Claricurzio had 38 assists, two aces and six digs. Casey Taylor added four kills, two blocks and two digs. Maggie Winderman led the defense with 29 digs.
For the Indians, senior setter Sarah Caola had 21 assists, two kills and one ace. Senior outside hitter Alyssa Coates had 10 kills, 11 digs and two aces, and senior middle hitter Mackenzie Tinner added 10 kills, one ace and three digs. Senior outside hitter Maddy Moore had seven kills and 15 digs.

CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 3, NESHAMINY 0 (25-18, 25-7, 25-13)
The visiting Patriots rolled to a sweep of the Redskins.
Setter Anna Ritter had 27 assists and four aces, and Jenn Krzeminski led the Patriots again with four aces, 12 kills and two blocks. Aurora Budson was also a force at the net with 1.5 blocks. Gina Feliz added six kills and one block while Julie Byrne had three kills. Makaila Freeman also added three kills and constant block assists. Morgan Beakley had a great serving day with six aces and also added a kill and four digs. Morgan D'Angelo had five aces while Vivien Agassi had four kills.
“This was another team effort, and the girls are achieving goals as well as constantly striving to get better,” coach Kerri Rabberman said.

CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 3, HARRY S TRUMAN 0 (25-7, 25-20, 25-13)
Junior outside hitter Maddy Morrow (eight kills, five aces, seven digs) and sophomore middle hitter Allie Burke (eight kills, one block) led the Titans at the net in Monday’s sweep of the Tigers. Sophomore setter Lizzie Shirley handed out 19 assists to go along with two aces and two digs. Senior middle blocker Julia Dennis added four kills and two blocks, and senior opposite Isabel Miller had one ace, four kills and two digs.
"Today was a total team effort," said coach Kurt Godfrey. "We were able to get a lot of folks in and allow them to contribute.  Lizzie and Kelly continued to run a great offense and really spread the ball around.  Lindsay VanFossen had a great run for us at the end of the match at the service line.  I think she served eight or nine times in a row. 
"I told the girls to celebrate tonight but be ready to work tomorrow when they come to practice.  We have a tough test against Rock North on Wednesday and I know if we work hard, we'll be ready."

PENNSBURY 3, BENSALEM 0

Continental Conference

PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH 3, UPPER DUBLIN 1 (25-19, 23-25, 25-17, 25-17)
The Flying Cardinals won a set against the defending conference champions, but the Colonials prevailed.
Leading the Colonials at the net were Megan Peuser (12 kills, three blocks) and Gillian Conner (11 kills, 15 digs). Setter Bridget McTamney handed out 53 assists and led the defense with 18 digs.
For the Flying Cardinals, setter Bryn Stek had 26 assists, one ace, three kills and eight digs. Kara Grebe had four kills and two blocks. Maggie Weglos led the Cards’ attack with 12 kills to go along with 15 digs and one ace. Sarah Sharp led the way defensively with 20 digs as well as two aces and one assist. Shannon Youst had one ace, five kills and seven digs.

QUAKERTOWN 3, CHELTENHAM 0 (25-10, 25-7, 25-6)
The Panthers picked up their first conference win of the season, rolling to a sweep of the visiting Lady Panthers.
Jenny Starzecky led the home team at the net with nine kills, and Kira Juchno had seven. Ashley Morris led the defense with 11 digs.
For the visitors, Megan Dougherty had two kills and three digs, Melanie Gottleib had four assists and one ace, and Cameron Booth had one kill, three digs and one ace.

ABINGTON 3, SOUDERTON 0 (25-17, 25-20, 25-22)
The Ghosts earned a sweep of the visiting Indians on Monday to improve to 3-1 in conference play.
Kayley Ehbow led the Ghosts at the net with eight kills and three blocks, and Hannah Dalton had six kills. Grace Whitney had five kills and also had eight blocks in a standout effort at the net. Amanda Rice added nine digs and three aces, and setter Anna Bantner had 16 assists and three aces.
For the Indians, Tori Reiner had a match high 11 kills. Maria Iervolino had five kills, six digs and three aces. Haley Novak added 14 digs, five aces and four kills, and setter Talia Watson contributed 18 assists and four aces.

HATBORO-HORSHAM 3, WISSAHICKON 0 (25-14, 25-8, 25-12)