Pennridge boys’ volleyball swept CB South, 3-0 (25-11, 25-9, 25-19), on Thursday. Stats for CB South: Mark Macios, 11 assists, two blocks, three digs; Jack Mayhew, three blocks, two kills, six digs; Justin Koren, five kills, four digs, three aces; Joe Karn, two blocks, one kill, one dig; Tim White, two kills, two digs; and Mike Devlin, two digs. “I felt that we played much improved from our opening match; however, their jump serves gave us a lot of trouble,” Titans head coach Matt Ehlers said. “Tonight was a complete team effort and I was proud of how this young team continued to compete.”
Quakertown boys’ volleyball had little trouble sweeping host CB South, 3-0 (25-6, 25-17, 25-18), on Tuesday. For the Panthers, Mike Dierolf had 11 kills and six digs, while twin brother Zach Dierolf had nine kills and four blocks. Zac Mahler amassed 10 digs, and Drew Stout handed out 25 assists. For the Titans, setter Mark Macios (three kills, two blocks, 12 assists), outside hitter Jack Mayhew (five kills, six digs), outside hitter Justin Koren (six kills, seven digs, one ace) and libero David Lulko (eight digs) led the way. “After a really rocky start filled with our own errors, we settled down and began to play better,” CB South head coach Matt Ehlers said. “It will continue to be a learning experience as we have some inexperienced players and also a couple returning players that had to change positions this season.”
Quakertown boys’ volleyball fell to nonleague Whitehall, 3-0, on Thursday. For the Panthers, Mike Dierolf accumulated nine kills and eight digs. Josh Moyer had six kills and two blocks, and Drew Stout had 18 assists.
Pennridge girls’ volleyball was too much for Quakertown, 3-0, on Tuesday. The Rams finished their SOL Continental campaign at 7-5; the Panthers went winless in the conference at 0-12.
Quakertown girls’ volleyball got back into the win column with a 3-0 (25-18, 25-19, 25-20) victory over Wissahickon on Monday. Stats for Quakertown: Lindsay Beck, 10 kills, one ace, seven digs; Shiann Alpha, seven kills, one block; Skylar Lee, six kills, eight aces; Ellie deGruchy, four kills, one block; Ashley Morris, nine digs, two kills, two aces; MacKenzie Mahler, 25 assists, six digs, one kill, one ace; Lauren Kunkle, six digs, two aces, one kill; Mary Kate Finlayson, three kills; Casey Cunnane, three digs; and Kelsey Gallagher, one kill.
New Hope-Solebury girls’ volleyball needed three sets to down Quakertown, 3-0, on Friday. The setback dropped the Panthers to 1-15 overall on the season.
CB South girls’ volleyball routed Quakertown, 3-0 (25-13, 25-17, 25-22), on Thursday. Stats for Quakertown: Lindsay Beck, five kills, 11 digs, one ace; Lauren Kunkle, eight digs, two aces; Ashley Morris, 14 digs; MacKenzie Miller, 12 assists, one kill, nine digs; and Skylar Lee, three kills.
In the schools’ annual Dig Pink match on Thursday evening in Doylestown, CB East girls’ volleyball swept CB West, 3-0, to wrap up the SOL Continental Conference championship. The Patriots have yet to lose this season in the conference. Stats for CB East: Natalie Arm, eight kills, 10 aces, nine digs; Jenn Krzeminski, seven kills, five aces; Julia Gallagher-Teske, six kills; Krista Helveston, five kills, seven digs; Erin Lane, 16 digs; Kate Woolsey, eight digs; and Madie D’Angelo, eight digs. Stats for CB West: Sophia Videva, five kills, two aces, nine digs; Katie Hudson, five kills, five digs; Julia Schweibenz, three kills, eight digs; Kayla King, 15 assists, 12 digs, two blocks; Kailey Prall, 17 digs; and Jen Martyn, eight digs.
CB East girls’ volleyball swept Quakertown, 3-0, on Tuesday. Stats for CB East: Natalie Arm, 11 kills, three aces, three digs; Krista Helveston, eight kills, four aces, seven digs; Jenn Krzeminski, six kills, five aces; Madie D’Angelo, 29 assists, two aces; Erin Lane, 13 digs; and Kate Woolsey, three kills, two digs.
North Penn beat Quakertown girls’ volleyball, 3-0, on Wednesday. Stats for Quakertown: Lindsay Beck, eight kills, seven digs, one ace; Ashley Morris, 16 digs, two kills; Ellie deGruchy, three kills, two blocks; Casey Cunnane, nine digs; and MacKenzie Mahler, 13 assists, five digs, one kill.