SOL Boys' Volleyball Wrap (5-10-17)

Check out the results for SOL boys’ volleyball teams in action Wednesday. Photos of the North Penn/CB South match provided courtesy of Jon Sklut. Check back for a gallery of action photos.

NORTH PENN 3, CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 2 (25-16, 23-25, 25-20, 20-25, 15-8)
The visiting Knights earned a hard fought win over the Titans.
Michael Wang led the Knights at the net with 13 kills, one ace, and two blocks. Saavan Boghara added 10 kills and two blocks, and Kishan Davara had seven kills and six blocks. Manan Patel led the defense with nine digs. Setter Ryan Ko had 27 assists, six digs and three blocks.
The Titans received contributions from all of their seniors with Evan Quinn recording a block and an ace. Libero David Lulko led the defense with 11 digs and also had two aces. Justin Koren led the offense with 15 kills, seven blocks, eight digs and three aces. Setter Mark Macios spread the ball around with 30 assists while adding two kills, four digs and an ace.
“On our senior recognition night, I thought all the boys played great and in classic style of this season,” South coach Matt Ehlers said. “We took the match the distance and went all five sets.

PENNRIDGE 3, CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 0 (25-15, 25-18, 25-14)
Ben Chinnici had 15 kills, seven digs and four blocks to lead the Rams’ balanced attack in their sweep of the Bucks. Cross Edwards added eight kills and 10 digs. Kevin Jones (four kills, five aces, two blocks), Josiah Friesen (four kills, three blocks), Zach Detweiler (two kills, four blocks) and Mike Molettiere (three blocks) also contributed at the net. Setter Corey Quaste had 31 assists and seven digs. Danny Rutter added seven digs and three aces.
Pennridge closed its regular season with a 13-5 record (13-3 SOL).

PENNSBURY 3, WILLIAM TENNENT 0 (25-12, 25-21, 25-12)
The Falcons – winners of the SOL National Conference title - closed out a perfect conference season with a sweep of the Panthers.
Justin Sadley (seven kills, .385, five digs), Adam Hludzinski (six kills, .500, one dig, one block), Brett Garretson (six kills), Louie Bavas (six kills, one ace, one assist, three digs), Marshall Nixon (three kills) and Sean Sweeney (two kills, three digs, one block) all contributed to a balanced attack. Setter Andy Delworth had 29 assists, one ace, one dig and two blocks. Charlie Bluestein added nine digs and one ace. Also chipping in where Kyle Faulcon (one kill, one dig) and Ben Cutrone (one ace).

NESHAMINY 3, COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 0 (25-18, 25-10, 25-15)
The Redskins closed out their regular season with an impressive sweep of the Golden Hawks.
“Our guys really stepped up for the game tonight,” coach Pat Klingerman said. “They played extremely well and had fun doing it.
“This senior group has been through a lot, and to see them come together like they did tonight is great. I am extremely proud of this senior class, and the team in general. For this senior class in particular, they have succeeded on the court, and will succeed in wherever life takes them.”
Tommy Edwards (15 kills, two digs, four blocks) and Shaun Kelly (13 kills, seven digs, one block) led the Redskins. Anthony Verrecchio added seven kills and three blocks, and Tim Stressman had three kills and six blocks. Setter Miguel Montalvo had 36 assists, two aces and one block). Steve Reich led the defense with 13 digs. Markus Mueller (one block) and Eri Rotteveel (three digs) also contributed.
For the Golden Hawks, Jay Ferrara (four kills, four digs), TJ Rodman (two aces, six digs), Dane Paulson (16 assists, six digs, one kill, four blocks), Andrew Richards (five kills, six digs, one assist), Shane Slavinski (six kills, six dig) and Jack Geiger (two kills, one dig) all contributed.

BENSALEM 3, ABINGTON 1 (25-15, 23-25, 25-12, 25-19)
The Owls evened their conference record at 6-6 with their win over the Ghosts.
Leading the Owls was the outstanding hitting tandem of Joey Conley (16 kills) and Phil Bui (14 kills). Ronak Shah ran the offense with 36 assists. Harish Patel had a strong game in the middle with three kills and four blocks. Shekib Ghafary stepped up big with five kills and two blocks. Greg Philip chipped in three kills and one block. Christian Fan played well defensively with 11 digs.
For the Ghosts, Daniel Gonzalez had 13 kills, five assists and eight digs. Cole Santora added four kills and three digs, and Gary Massey had four kills and three blocks. Casey Stevenson led the defense with 13 digs, and setter Roni Fishbein had 17 assists, four kills, three blocks and nine digs.

SOUDERTON 3, UPPER DUBLIN 1 (25-7, 25-18, 25-27, 25-23)
The Indians turned in a strong outing in their regular season finale, earning the win over the Flying Cardinals.
“We needed to play a whole match, and we knew Upper Dublin would be a tough match – they play hard,” coach Dave Stastny said.
Mike Pagan led the Indians with 12 kills and six blocks. Setter Luke Pagan had 26 assists. The team combined for 60 digs.
“I would like to acknowledge some players that helped our team get better this season,” Sstastny said. “David Good, Matt O’Neil, Harshel Desai, JT Karaban, Connor Moyer, Alex Zang and Jimmie Wert – these guys deserve credit for their commitment to our team. Thanks.”

The Patriots were led by Carter Haban with 14 kills and Dylan Colbert, who also had 14 kills. Colbert added five aces. Setters Mason Miller and Steve Storm combined for 40 assists. Joey Bowen hit .750 with three kills.
For the Panthers, Logan Spieker had 10 kills, five digs and two aces. Graham Wilson had five kills and three blocks. Zach Frei had 15 assists while Zac Mahler contributed eight digs.