SOL Gils' Volleyball Wrap (10-3-18)

Check out the recaps for SOL girls’ volleyball teams in action Wednesday. CR North/Tennent photos provided courtesy of Jon Sklut. Check back for a gallery of photos.

SOL National Conference

PENNSBURY 3, CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 0 (25-19, 25-23, 25-18)
Brooke Burns had a big night at the net, leading the Falcons to their sweep of the Patriots with 15 kills to go along with six digs. Izzy Marinelli added seven kills, two digs and one ace. Kathryn Croteau had two kills and a team-high five aces. Elley Torres led the defense with 13 digs to go along with four kills and two aces. Abbie Drewes had six digs and three aces, and setter Carissa Van Veen had seven digs, 22 assists, two service aces and one kill. 
For the Patriots, setter Anna Ritter had 25 assists, one ace and nine digs. Jenn Krzeminski had eight kills, two blocks and eight digs. Halle Sharp contributed three aces and three digs. Vivien Agassi had six kills, Izzy Guzzi added five kills and one block, and Maddy Lacouture had four kills and two blocks. Morgan D’Angelo led the defense with 10 digs and one ace. Abby Killough chipped in one ace and six digs and Chloe Metitille had seven digs.

CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 3, HARRY S TRUMAN 0 (25-13, 25-9, 25-5)
The Bucks used a balanced attack in their sweep of the visiting Tigers.
Amanda Mass (six kills, six aces, one block, two digs), Mackenzie Brooks (three kills, four aces, three digs), Naomi Wood (four kills), Sammy Powers (three kills, one block) and Juliana Stumpf (three kills, three aces, three digs) all contributed to the attack. Setter Ana Claricurzio had 19 assists, two aces and four digs. Maggie Winderman contributed five digs, one kill and one ace.

COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 3, CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 1 (25-21, 23-25, 25-10, 25-17)
The Titans and Golden Hawks were deadlocked after two sets, but the Hawks won the next two to earn the win.
“Today was definitely a roller coaster for us,” CB South coach Kurt Godfrey said. “We played really well in the first two sets and ended the day with a lot of errors in the last two sets.
“CR South is a good team, and they definitely make you earn all your points. I don’t think they missed more than two or three serves all day.”
The Golden Hawks were led by outside Celina Varian who had 10 kills, six digs and one ace. Junior outside Ariana Ranieri contributed two aces and four kills. Senior setter Paige O'Connell had five kills, 13 digs, two aces and 25 assists. Sophomore setter Ava Paulson had eight kills, 10 assists and 10 digs. Senior libero Bria DeSaro anchored the defense with 18 digs.
"CB South is a great team," Rock South coach John Wright said. "They swept us earlier this year and made us work hard for this win. I was pleased with the way we responded to losing set two."
Sophomore outside Courtney Pohl had 13 kills and one block to lead the Titans while junior middle Allie Burke added 11 kills and freshman middle Millie Grove had 10 kills. Senior outside Maddy Morrow had eight kills and 16 digs. Junior setter Lizzie Shirley had 44 assists, 11 digs and one kill. Senior defensive specialist Maddie Mauri contributed 15 digs and two aces, junior defensive specialist Ashley Scott had 10 digs, and junior defensive specialist McKenna Clow added eight digs.
“We spread the ball around all over the place today,” Godfrey said. “She’s been great at running our offense this year.
“I guess Courtney, Allie, Millie and Maddy really liked her setting today. Our defense was really scrappy and allowed our offense to be as successful as it was all day. It certainly wasn’t the outcome we wanted today, but we have a lot of the season left, and we plan to get back to the drawing board tomorrow night at practice.”

NESHAMINY 3, BENSALEM 0 (25-20, 25-23, 25-18)
The Redskins earned a sweep of the Owls.
For the Owls, Maddie Buechner had five kills and four aces, and Zariah Prescott had six kills and one ace.

SOL American Continental

PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH 3, HATBORO-HORSHAM 1 (25-21, 25-11, 22-25, 25-13)
Lily Acquaviva (14 kills, 13 digs, one ace) and Megan Peuser (11 kills, four blocks) were double-trouble at the net in the Colonials four-set win over the Hatters. Sophia Repholz and Gillian Conner led the defense with 18 digs each. Conner also had a strong service game with six aces to go along with seven kills. Repholz added an ace. Setter Sydney Melillo had 34 assists and one ace. 

NORTH PENN 3, WISSAHICKON 0 (25-14, 25-20, 25-14)
Senior Alycia Powers led the Knights’ offense in Wednesday’s sweep of the Trojans with six kills and five aces. Junior Natalie Wernly added five kills. Seniors Morgan Patterson and Gina Moffa added three kills each. The Knights served tough with 18 aces as a team. Ali Walter led the way with five aces. Francesca Dolan and Maddy Mejia both had three aces.

SOUDERTON 3, CHELTENHAM 0 (25-3, 25-15, 25-17)
The Indians rolled to a sweep of the visiting Lady Panthers. Junior Maya Hanson had eight aces, four kills, 17 assists and five digs. Senior Jordyn Pacock contributed one ace, four kills and two digs, and senior Maria Iervolino added seven kills, eight digs and one block. Senior Erin Brady had three kills, one dig and two blocks, and senior Bella Mazzeo had nine digs. 

UPPER DUBLIN 3, PENNRIDGE 2 (20-25, 25-21, 25-19, 20-25, 15-12)
The Flying Cardinals rallied from a 2-1 deficit to defeat the visiting Rams in a classic battle.
Charlotte Qi (17 kills, four aces, three assists, six digs), Sharon Yoast (16 kills, 17 digs, three aces) and Sydney Jones (13 kills, five digs, three aces) had huge nights at the net. Anna Faust led the defense with 25 digs to go along with two aces and one assist. Setter Sarah Randall had a stellar outing with 51 assists, eight digs and seven aces. Maggie Faust added seven digs and one kill, and Kara Grebe had six kills, four digs, one ace and one block.

ABINGTON 3, QUAKERTOWN 0 (25-17, 25-13, 25-15)
Kaley Ehnow had another big night for the Ghosts, leading the way at the net with 17 kills. Setter Izzy Reilly had 24 assists.

Tuesday, Oct. 2
COUNCIL ROCK NORTH 3, WILLIAM TENNENT 0 (25-4, 25-13, 25-9)

In Tuesday’s sweep of the Panthers, freshman Ashleigh Adams led a balanced attack with six kills, two aces and 10 digs. Cora Lake and Kylie Tinner both had five kills. Tinner also had five aces and five digs. Mary Baniewicz had four kills, one ace and one dig. Jill Schweizer had five digs and three aces. Ashley Kelly had 10 digs, and Sydney White added five digs and one kill. Jill Adams chipped in two kills, one ace and three digs.