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Reporter Girls Volleyball Roundup: Souderton tops North Penn in four

Jordyn Peacock collected 14 kills, five digs, two blocks and an ace while Maya Hanson had 30 assists, nine digs and a pair of kills as the Souderton girls volleyball swept the regular-season series with North Penn with a 3-1 (25-22, 16-25, 25-22, 25-23) Suburban One League American Conference win Wednesday.

Maria Iervolino put down 13 kills, Zoe Kondel added 11 kills, four digs and ace and Bella Mazzeo made 17 digs for the Indians (12-6, 12-3 conference), who won their second straight. Big Red also got 12 digs and five aces from Hana Ekecs and three kills, a dig and a block from Erin Brady.

The loss dropped North Penn to 9-8 (8-7).

Plymouth Whitemarsh 3, Quakertown 0 >> Aja Smith recorded 12 kills, 13 digs and an ace as Plymouth Whitemarsh kept pace with Hatboro-Horsham atop the SOL American with a 25-14, 25-15, 25-12 win over Quakertown.

Lily Acquaviva finished with 10 kills, eight digs and three aces while Sophia Repholz had 21 digs and five aces for the Colonials (15-2, 14-1 conference). Megan Peuser added 10 kills.

Central Bucks West 3, Pennsbury 1 >> Central Bucks West used its defense to earn a 26-24, 17-25, 25-21, 25-17 SOL National victory as the Bucks totaled 90 digs in the match — Maggie Winderman leading the way with 25.

Mackenzie Brooks had 15 digs, seven kills and an ace, Ana Claricurzio collected 33 assists, 11 digs, two blocks and two aces while Amanda Mass finished with 15 kills and two blocks for West.

Grace Manganelli and Jordyn Klementovich had 16 and 10 digs, respectively, for the Bucks. Magda Videva chipped in five kills and a block, Naomi Woo registered four kills and four blocks and Maddie Corona put down three kills.

William Tennent 3, Truman 0 >> Chiara Ciccone had 16 digs and eight aces as William Tennent earned a third-straight win by topping Truman 25-6, 25-10, 25-8 in their SOL National match.

Riley Morgan and Sara Ingham put down eight and seven kills, respectively for the Panthers. Jackie Essig dished out 13 assists while Mackenzie Clee had five aces.



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