Friday’s boys volleyball roundup

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Deerfield d. Warren 25-18, 26-24: Brendan Walsh led the Warriors (6-3, 2-0 Central Suburban North) with 11 kills and four aces. Ryan Slack recorded 18 assists and 11 digs.

Lincoln-Way East d. Brother Rice 28-26, 25-21: Ian Piet (seven kills) and Lucas Galifos (six kills, three blocks) spearheaded the attack for Lincoln-Way East (12-8). Eric Van Dyke finished with seven digs.

Lindblom d. Hyde Park 25-15, 25-15: Tavis Thompson attacked the net for eight kills while Kevin Guerrero was the floor general with his 25 assists.

Loyola d. Niles West 25-19, 25-18: Jakub Mazurek came up big for the Ramblers (13-3) with 11 kills.

Maine South d. Marist 20-25, 25-20, 25-20: Evan Walsh had an all-star performance for the Hawks (6-5), notchng 20 kills and 10 digs. Declan Cannon added 11 kills and 10 digs and Patrick Doherty recorded 20 assists.

Marine d. Wells 15-25, 25-18, 25-23: Thomas Durr’s 10 kills and Isaac Garza’s nine kills and three aces was good enough for Marine (3-1) to outlast Wells.

Naperville North d. Lyons 19-25, 25-19, 25-20: Mike Jennings (13 kills), Kent Lang (eight kills), and Phil Olszewski (23 digs) powered Naperville North to the win.

Stevenson d. Antioch 25-14, 25-13: Stevenson (7-3) cruised behind the effort of Grant Maleski (nine kills, four digs) and Eric Zalewski (22 assists).

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