Check out the recaps for SOL boys’ volleyball teams in action Tuesday.
SOL American Conference
UPPER DUBLIN 3, PENNRIDGE 0 (25-22, 28-26, 25-23)
The Flying Cardinals won three tightly contested sets to earn a sweep of the visiting Rams.
Matt Ross (12 kills, four assists, two digs) and Mario Petushi (10 kills, four blocks, nine digs, two aces, one assist) led the Cardinals at the net. David Levin (13 assists, three digs) and Devin O’Brien (eight assists, two digs) shared setting duties. Also making contributions were Mike Ryan (two kills, four blocks), Taco Thompson (one ace, five digs), Ciaran Sutherland (two kills, one dig), Alec Madden (two blocks) and Joey Levin (one kill).
For the Rams, setter Austin Jalosinski had 28 assists, three kills and three blocks. Ryan Benscoter’s 12 kills led the Rams at the net while Ethan Lionetti (seven kills, three blocks), Matt McCreary (four kills, three blocks) and Danny Rutter (five kills, two aces) were also a force. Tommy Cassel and Chris McKinney led the defense with 12 digs each.
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 3, QUAKERTOWN 0 (25-10, 25-13, 25-13)
The Patriots received contributions up and down their lineup in Tuesday’s sweep of the Panthers.
Dylan Colbert led the way, tallying 16 kills, nine digs and three aces. Jacob LaBouliere had six kills, seven aces and nine digs. Christian Wolf (three kills, five blocks, six digs) and Thomas Gallagher-Teske (three kills, four blocks) were strong in the middle. Ryan Figus had nine digs. Vishum Desai and CJ Dalby each added a kill and combined for five digs. Setter Steve Storm was stellar, dishing out 23 assists and picking up five digs.
For the Panthers, Justin Flor had seven kills and one ace. Cameron Cronk (four kills), Ryan DiCandilo (three kills) and Tyler Einolf (two kills, one block) also made contributions. Setter Ty Fosbenner had 15 assists and one kills.
NORTH PENN 3, CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 0 (25-14, 25-17, 25-16)
The Knights received strong performances from numerous players in their sweep of the Titans.
Setter Drew Coles had 25 assists, 11 digs, two blocks, three aces and one kill. Leading the Knights at the net were Evan Rothmann (12 kills, one block, nine digs), Zach Jayes (nine kills, three blocks, four digs) and Michael Wang (seven kills, one block, 14 digs). Jamie Stewart led the defense with 16 digs and two aces. Also contributing were Kevin Abraham (one kill, two aces, three blocks, one dig) and Luke Yoder (two kills, three aces, three blocks, four digs).
CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 3, SOUDERTON 0 (25-16, 25-16, 25-12)
The Bucks rolled to a sweep of the Indians, who were led by Aidan Wunderly’s eight kills.
SOL National Conference
COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 3, CHELTENHAM 0 (25-18, 25-8, 25-7)
The Golden Hawks used a balanced team effort in their sweep of the Panthers.
Setter Mitch Gribman dished out 13 assists and also had three aces and one kill. Jatin Singh led the Golden Hawks with seven kills to go along with four aces, four assists and two digs. Shevy Fernando had four aces, two kills, one block and one dig playing outside with Alec Rovner (four aces, two kills, five digs) and Bram Topham (three aces, one kill, one block, one dig). Middle hitters Gerry Tasker (three kills, one block) and Slava Hlushko (one block, one kill) also made their presence felt at the net. Defensive specialists Josh Berkowitz (one ace, two blocks, one dig) and Jadon “JD” Freed (one ace, five digs) also contributed.
NESHAMINY 3, ABINGTON 1 (25-22, 25-21, 21-25, 25-21)
Tony Camillo had a big night in the visiting Redskins’ win, contributing 18 kills, five digs, one block and one ace. Paul Allen contributed seven kills and 10 digs, and setter Nick Storz dished out 45 assists to along with two aces, one kill, two blocks and 10 digs. Jesse Kovaschetz led the defense with 14 digs to go along with one ace. Jesse Marshall added six kills, two aces and two digs, and Matt Schwab had four kills, seven digs and one ace. Ben Clendening added three blocks.
PENNSBURY 3, BENSALEM 0 (25-14, 25-20, 25-21)
The Falcons used a team effort to earn a sweep of the Owls.
Justin Sadley had nine kills and a .438 hitting percentage to go along with three aces and two blocks. Luke Bucksar had a team-high 11 kills to go along with one ace, three digs and one block, and Jacob Loerch had seven kills, eight digs and two blocks. Nathan Sadley had six kills and a glittering .545 hitting percentage. He also had one dig and two blocks. Sebastian Kloda added four kills, two aces and two blocks while Matt Sweeney had one assist, one ace and one dig.
Setting the table for the balanced Falcon attack was Andy Delworth with 33 assists, two aces and five digs.
For the Owls, Paul Leible had eight kills and one block.