Souderton Area 3, Wissahickon 0 >> Lauren Hamilton’s 14 assists and five digs led Big Red to the victory on Monday night.
Souderton won 25-8, 25-10, 25-14, getting seven aces and three digs from Talia Watson.
Bella Mazzeo (four aces), Becca Godshall (two kills, three aces), Molly McCarthy (three kills, one ace) and Tori Reiner (three kills) also made contributions for Souderton.
Big Red is now 5-2 on the season.
Hatboro-Horsham 3, North Penn 0 >> The Hatters prevailed 25-14, 25-23, 25-21 Monday, improving to 8-0 on the season.
The scrappy Knights challenged the Hatters in every area, but Hatboro was able to keep control in all of the first three sets, with a solid comeback from 9-2 in the second set.
Katerina Yankanich had nine kills on 22 attempts for the Hatters, paired along with the team’s second high of 13 digs, an assist and an ace.
Also for Hatboro, Holly Owen had 10 kills and added six digs and five blocks; Allison Laucella had 17 digs as Libero and two aces; Rachel Dittus had 23 assists setting for the Hatters; and Maddie Kallmeyer and Megan Barella were impressive on the serving line, adding five and six aces respectively.
Hatboro-Horsham was at Souderton Area Tuesday night.
CB South 3, CB West 2 >> The Titans outlasted the Bucks on Monday night, winning the fifth and final set by two points.
South prevailed 19-25, 25-20, 20-25, 25-12, 15-13 over a tough Bucks team, which was led by Kayla King (four aces, three kills, 35 assists).
Also for West, Katie Hudson (11 kills, two aces), April Neeld (seven kills, two aces, one block), Dana Miller (five kills), Lauren McNamee (three kills, six blocks), Kailey Prall (one ace, 15 digs) and Casey Taylor (four kills, two aces) made solid contributions.
Germantown Academy 3, George School 0 >> Jenna Schumann had five kills, five digs and fours aces to lead the Patriots to the victory Tuesday night.
GA prevailed 25-12, 25-21, 25-21, improving to 6-1 overall and 1-0 in the Inter-AC. Also for the Patriots, Carly Shimota (five kills, two aces, one block), Katie Weiss (five kills), setter Cat Polisano (22 assists, one kill, five aces, nine digs), Libero Shannon Topley (seven digs, one ace), Abby Starzecky (one kill) and Emily Lindgren (one kill) contributed to the victory.
GA is at Notre Dame on Friday.
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