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MARIAN CATHOLIC

Lockport d. Plainfield East 25-12, 25-13, title–Mike Karl led in kills for the Porters with 24 in their championship win at the Marian Catholic tournament. Jon Wheaton finished with 15 kills and 11 blocks while Anthony Pfeiffer made 40 assists and 14 kills.

WARREN

New Trier d. Lincoln-Way East 25-14, 25-20, title – The Trevians (13-0) rolled to a tournament title at Warren behind a strong game from Dante Chakravorti, who had 22 assists and three kills. Michael Tamkin had six kills and Andrew Sommer had five kills and four blocks.

Loyola d. Vernon Hills 25-20, 25-18, third – The Ramblers (11-2) took third place behind Jack Talaga’s 25 assists.

New Trier d. Vernon Hills 25-17, 25-20, semifinals – Chakravorti had 10 blocks and two kills for the Trevians in their semifinal game.

Loyola d. Von Steuban 25-21, 25-16, quarterfinals – Jakub Mazurek had 12 kills and Matthew Byrne had seven kills in the Ramblers’ quarterfinal victory.

New Trier d. Lincoln-Way North 20-25, 25-21, 25-17, quarterfinal – Chakravorti had 19 assists, Brian Hammes had 12 digs and Peter Hindsley had six kills and six blocks for the Trevians.

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