Check out the recaps for SOL boys’ volleyball teams in action Tuesday.
SOL National Conference
COUNCIL ROCK NORTH 3, NESHAMINY 0 (25-11, 25-23, 32-30)
The Indians escaped with a sweep, thanks to a 32-30 win in the grueling third set.
Justin Burns led the attack with 10 kills (.562 hitting percentage), six digs and three aces. Nick Desautelle and Sean D’Arcy both had seven kills. Desautelle also had a team high 12 digs while D’Arcy had 10 digs and three aces. Abe Eldo had 10 digs and one ace while Nick Strivieri added seven digs and three aces. Connor Mooney-Moore (15 assists) and Vytis Duncia (11 assists) shared setting duties. Mooney-Moore also had five digs and two kills while Duncia had one dig and one ace. Brendon Alleborn chipped in two kills and two digs. Seth Connors had three digs, two blocks and one kill.
For the Redskins, setter Nick Storz had 17 assists, 10 digs, two kills and one block. Contributing to a balanced showing were Tony Camillo (five kills, one ace, three digs), Matt Schwab (four kills, two digs), Jesse Marshall (three kills, two aces, one dig), Paul Allen (two kills, one ace, five digs), Ben Clendening (three kills, two blocks), Stephen Fario (two aces, one dig), Stephen Fario (two aces, one dig) and Josh Clendening (one kill, one block).
PENNSBURY 3, WILLIAM TENNENT 0 (25-14, 25-14, 25-18)
SOL American Conference
QUAKERTOWN 3, SOUDERTON 0 (25-23, 25-21, 25-18)
The Panthers earned a hard fought sweep, avenging a sweep at the hands of the Indians earlier this season.
Justin Flor led the Panthers with 13 kills, nine digs and one assist. Cameron Cronk added nine kills, two aces and 10 digs. Ty Fosbenner had 19 assists, two kills, five aces, one block and eight digs and Zach Frei had 13 assists, five kills, three aces, one block and one dig. Also contributing were Nathan Barkholz (two kills, one ace, one block, eight digs), Ryan DiCandilo (four kills, four aces, four blocks) and Jared Leatherman (four digs).
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 3, NORTH PENN 0 (25-16, 26-24, 25-21)
The Knights hung tough, but they could not steal a set from the American Conference’s top squad.
The Patriot middles led the way as Thomas Gallagher-Teske (five kills, six blocks) and Christian Wolf (two kills, six blocks, two digs) once a again played consistent, energetic volleyball. East's setter, Steve Storm, directed the offense nicely while amassing 23 assists and seven digs. Defensively, Ryan Figus led the way with 11 digs. Jack Miller and CJ Dalby combined for one kill, three blocks, and three digs. Once again, Dylan Colbert and Jacob LaBouliere excelled all around the court. Colbert accounted for 15 kills, nine digs, and two blocks, while LaBouliere added six kills, five digs, three blocks, and an ace.
For the Knights, setter Drew Coles had 20 assists, six digs and two aces. Evan Rothmann (seven kills, two aces, three blocks, one dig), Michael Wang (seven kills, five digs) and Kevin Abraham (six kills, one block, four digs) led a balanced attack. James Stewart had 12 digs and two assists, and Ryan Stewart had six digs and two aces. Isaac Lambert contributed four kills and one block, and Zach Jayes had one kills and four digs.
CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 3, PENNRIDGE 2 (15-25, 25-20, 21-25, 25-21, 15-8)
The Bucks edged the visiting Rams in a tightly contested five-set match.
For the Rams, Danny Rutter led the defense with 25 digs to go along with three aces. Ryan Benscoter led the Rams at the net with 14 kills and six blocks. Ethan Lionetti added nine kills, seven digs, two aces and three blocks while Austin Jaloskinski had eight kills and two blocks. Chris McKinney (12 digs, two blocks) and Matt McCreary (four blocks) both had seven kills. Setter Tommy Cassel had 39 assists and six digs. Pat Mehlbaum had nine digs.
ABINGTON 3, CHELTENHAM 0 (25-6, 25-12, 25-11)
The Ghosts combined for 10 blocks and 18 aces in their sweep of the Panthers. Mario Colavita had six kills and Nick Espinoza had four.