Check out the recaps for SOL girls’ volleyball teams in action Monday. CB South/North Penn photos provided courtesy of Jon Sklut. Check back for a gallery of photos.
SOL National Conference
COUNCIL ROCK NORTH 3, COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 1
The Indians upped their record to 4-0 with Monday’s win over their neighboring rival. Sophomore outside hitter Ashleigh Adams had another big night for the Indians, leading the way with 17 kills, four aces, nine digs and one block. Junior outside hitter Mary Baniewicz also had a big night, finishing with 13 kills, 20 digs, one block and one ace. Junior middle blocker Julia Walton had nine kills, two blocks and two aces. Junior opposite Cora Lake had six kills, two aces and one block. Senior middle blocker Abby Jones contributed five kills and one block. Senior setter Kylie Tinner had 31 assists while senior setter Sydney White had 16 assists.
PENNSBURY 3, CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 0 (25-22, 26-24, 25-22)
The Titans hung tough for three sets, but the Falcons remained perfect on the season, prevailing in all three.
Elley Torres had a big night, leading the Falcons with 15 kills (.385). She also had five of the Falcons’ 19 service aces and led the way defensively with seven digs. Izzy Marinelli added eight kills, one dig and one block while Brooke Burns had six kills. Ashley Parry had four kills, and Ava Sciolla chipped in with three. Bria Mullaghy, Maggie Golder and Carissa Van Veen each added four aces. Van Veen also had 17 assists and five digs while Mullaghy had six digs and Golder, four digs. Abbie Drews had five digs, one kill and one ace. Kat Croteau added one ace and one dig.
For the Titans, junior outside hitter Courtney Pohl led the attack with 14 kills while sophomore outside Millie Grove had six kills and 10 digs. Senior middle blocker Carly Carroll added four kills. Senior setter Lizzie Shirley had 25 assists and seven digs while sophomore setter Shannon Rector had three aces and two digs.
CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 3, WILLIAM TENNENT 0 (25-15, 25-8, 25-20)
The Patriots received contributions up and down their lineup in Monday’s sweep of the Panthers.
Setter Anna Ritter had 24 assists, two aces, two kills and 14 digs. Abby Killough led a balanced attack with eight kills to go along with three aces. Maddy Lacouture added seven kills (.583 hitting percentage), one ace and one block. Caroline Eldringhoff had three kills and two blocks, and Ava Napoletano also had three kills. Vivien Agassi added one ace, five kills, one block and five digs while Chloe Mettille led the Patriots’ service game with five aces, two kills and 10 digs. Camille Larson finished with two kills and two digs. Morgan D’Angelo also came up big defensively with 12 digs to go along with one kill. Kaylynn Bryan had one kill and two digs.
For the Panthers, Chaira Ciccone had 19 digs to lead the defense. Mackenzie Clee had 10 digs, and Christina Sienkiewicz had nine.
SOL American Conference
UPPER DUBLIN 3, CHELTENHAM 0
The Flying Cardinals used a balanced attack in their sweep of the Lady Panthers.
Setter Sarah Randall had 18 assists, six kills and two aces while Lauren Price had 10 assists, three digs and one ace. Jackie Rama led a balanced attack with eight kills, one block and one assist while Alex Jakubowitz added six kills to go along with one dig. Casey Broderick finished with four kills, two blocks and four digs, and Charlotte Qi had three aces, four kills and two digs. Also contributing were Aileen Kohlbrenner (two aces, four digs), Anna Faust (three aces, nine digs), Jackie Gorman (two kills, one dig), Maggie Faust (two aces, one assist, four digs) and Sammy Silver (two aces, four digs).
HATBORO-HORSHAM 3, SOUDERTON 1 (25-16, 25-19, 20-25, 25-13)
The Indians fell behind 2-0 but rallied to win the third set. The Hatters came back to win the fourth to keep their record perfect atop the conference standings.
For the Indians, setter Maya Hanson had 28 assists, one ace, one kill and two digs. Alyssa Reiner led the Indians’ attack with 12 kills and five digs while Amelia Hanson (six kills, nine digs, one ace) and Maddy McCarthy (six kills, two aces) also made important contributions. Hana Ekecs led the defense with 29 digs.
Saturday, Sept 7
CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 3, NORTH PENN 1 (25-15, 24-26, 25-19, 28-26)
The visiting Knights evened the match at 1-1 with a hard fought win in the second set, but the Titans won the next two, including a grueling fourth set.
Senior libero McKenna Clow led the Titans’ defense with 22 digs to go along with two kills. Sophomore outside hitter Millie Grove had a monster game at the net, finishing with 20 kills and seven digs. Junior outside hitter Courtney Pohl also had a big game at the net, contributing 16 kills to go along with six digs. Setter Lizzie Shirley had 47 assists and 12 digs. Senior middle blockers Allie Burke (eight kills, two blocks and three digs) and Carly Carroll (three kills, two blocks) also came up big.
CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 3, GWYNEDD MERCY 1 (25-21, 19-25, 25-21, 25-11)
The Titans earned their second win in Saturday’s tri-match, defeating the visiting Monarchs in four sets. Sophomore outside hitter Millie Grove (12 kills, 11 digs, two aces) and junior outside hitter Courtney Pohl (10 kills, six digs) once again led the way at the net. Senior libero McKenna Clow had 13 digs and two kills, and senior setter Lizzie Shirley had 34 assists and 11 digs. Senior middle blocker Allie Burke had four aces, four kills and four blocks, and senior middle blocker Carly Carroll had four kills.