SOL Girls' Volleyball Wrap (10-9-17)

Check out the recaps for SOL girls’ volleyball teams in action Monday. NP/Cheltenham photos provided courtesy of Keith Clemens Photography. CLICK HERE to go directly to the Girls' Volleyball gallery of photos.

COUNCIL ROCK NORTH 3, CENTRAL BUCKS SOUTH 1
Senior captain Maddy Moore had a big night at outside hitter to lead the Indians, contributing 17 kills, three aces and 13 digs. Also coming up big at the net were senior outside hitter Alyssa Coates (15 kills, three digs) and senior middle blocker Mackenzie Tinner (15 kills, four aces, two blocks, one dig). Kaelin Mealy added seven kills, one dig and one block, and Jenna Hron had five kills and one block. Senior captain Sarah Caola contributed 47 assists, one kill, three aces, nine digs and one block. Anchoring the defense were Ashley Kelly (six digs, three aces), Grace Schweizer (16 digs, two aces) and Jill Schweizer (four digs).
For the Titans, senior setter Kelly Danyluk had 22 assists and 16 digs. Senior outside hitter Alyssa Dallmer led the Titans at the net with 12 kills to go with 10 digs. Senior middle Julia Dennis added seven kills and three blocks, and sophomore middle Allie Burke had four kills and nine blocks. Sophomore libero McKenna Clow led the defense with 17 digs.
"Another tough loss for us tonight" said head coach Kurt Godfrey.  "Rock North is an incredibly talented team and it's tough to get them out of system.  Rock's outside Maddy (Moore) is so good and she was on her game tonight.  She is a heck of an athlete.
"We played really well and I am very proud of the way the girls battled back in games one and two, even though we lost.  We were down 16-22 in each set and came back just a little too late.  Allie and Julia had a great night in the middle for us and they blocked really well.  Mckenna and Lindsay both shared the libero spot and each played really smart, tough defense for us.  Alyssa and Kelly, our captains, were so tough for us tonight and left everything out there.  They always seem to be the ones who shine for us in clutch moments.
"We didn't get the win tonight, but I am proud of the way the girls played.  We'll get back to work tomorrow in practice and continue to push for a playoff spot.  I know we all want the chance to prove we belong there!"

WILLIAM TENNENT 3, NESHAMINY 0 (25-15, 25-15, 25-20)
The Panthers turned in a strong effort in their sweep of the Redskins.
Shaina Gatton and Jessica Rutkowsky both delivered strong serving runs. Stephanie Woolston led the defense with 22 digs. Setter Kelly Scipione had 22 assists, and Nicole Long was dominant at the net with 16 kills on 27 attempts.

CENTRAL BUCKS WEST 3, CENTRAL BUCKS EAST 0 (25-20, 25-23, 25-15)
The Bucks earned a sweep of their neighboring rivals in Monday’s Pink Out game.
West was led by a big night from Katie Hudson (17 kills, three aces, seven digs). Contributions also were received at the net from Casey Taylor (five kills, one ace, two digs), Mackenzie Brooks (three kills, three aces, 10 digs) and Amanda Mass (four kills). Ana Claricurzio (25 assists, one kill, 10 digs) and Maggie Winderman (18 digs) also had big nights. Tenley Mileski (three aces, eight digs) also made important contributions.

PENNSBURY 3, COUNCIL ROCK SOUTH 1 (25-22, 25-23, 23-25, 25-12)
The Falcons were extended to four games by a pesky Golden Hawk squad that did not go down quietly. Julia Vreeswyk led the Falcons with 14 kills (.303 hitting percentage), 10 digs and two aces. Sydney Buell added eight kills and one dig while Elley Torres had seven kills. Heather Linker had a big defensive game, leading the Falcons with 16 digs. Abbie Drewes had nine digs while Ashley Parry added eight digs. Brooke Burns had four kills and two digs. Setter Kiley Bucknum had 29 assists, five digs and two aces.

SOL Continental Conference

PLYMOUTH WHITEMARSH 3, SOUDERTON 0 (25-20, 25-12, 25-18)
Lily Acquaviva was once again a force to contend with, contributing four aces, 16 kills and 12 digs in PW’s sweep of the Indians. Setter Bridget McTamney had 32 assists.
For the Indians, setter Talia Watson had 16 assists and three aces. Tori Reiner led the Indians at the net with nine kills and two blocks, and Maria Iervolino had seven kills and five digs. Bella Mazzeo led the defense with 12 digs, and Megan Hamilton had nine digs.

NORTH PENN 3, CHELTENHAM 0 (25-10, 25-16, 25-18)
The Knights made their Dig Pink game a good one, earning a sweep of the visiting Lady Panthers.
"The girls and team parents put a lot of time and energy into the Dig Pink night, a night we donate snack stand and raffle money to the Side Out foundation to help research for cancer,” North Penn coach Scott Coles aid. “Tonight was more than about volleyball.  Tonight is a lot of work and a lot of fun in a effort to support a good cause."
For the Lady Panthers, Megan Dougherty led the way with six kills, 17 digs and one assist. Mackenna Doud added three kills, eight digs and two aces, and Carrie Rebitz had six digs. Mary Hoffman contributed five digs.

ABINGTON 3, WISSAHICKON 0 (25-6, 25-14, 25-16)
Setter Anna Gantner had a big match in the Ghosts’ sweep of the Trojans, contributing 26 assists, four aces and four digs. Hannah Dalton led the Ghosts at the net with 12 digs to go along with two aces. Grace Whitney and Kaley Ehnow both had eight kills. Whitney also had three blocks. Amanda Rice had six digs.
For the Trojans, Autumn Jarman led the way with six kills.

HATBORO-HORSHAM 3, PENNRIDGE 0 (25-10, 25-9, 25-11)
Senior outside hitter Katerina Yankanich led the offense with 12 kills and an ace. Sophomore outside hitter Cam Wild had 11 kills. Seniors Maddie Kallmeyer and Megan Barrella had a solid night on the line with four and eight aces respectively.
Hatboro Horsham will travel to Abington on Tuesday night for a key conference battle.  

UPPER DUBLIN 3, QUAKERTOWN 0 (25-18, 25-23, 25-11)
Senior co-captains Bryn Stek (six aces, four kills, 30 assists, nine digs) and Maggie Weglos (12 kills, 15 digs) led the Flying Cardinals to a sweep of the Panthers. Sydney Jones contributed four aces, eight kills and three digs. Annie Faust added three assists and nine digs, and Kara Grebe had four kills, one block and three digs. Sarah Sharp added five aces and four digs.

Saturday, Oct. 7
PENNSBURY 3, STRATH HAVEN 0 (25-20, 25-17, 25-15)
The Falcons rolled to a sweep of Strath Haven in Saturday’s non-league match.
Julie Vreeswyk had a team-high 12 kills with a hitting percentage of .360. She also had two digs and one ace. Shelby Hastings added 10 kills with a dazzling .625 hitting percentage. She also had two blocks. Elley Torres had five kills (.385 hitting percentage) and two digs. Heather Linker led the defense with eight digs. She also had a team-high five aces. Setter Kiley Bucknum had 30 assists, six digs, two aces and one kill. Sydney Buell added four kills and one dig, and Brooke Burns had three kills (.500 hitting percentage). Ashley Parry had four digs and one ace.