Monday’s boys volleyball roundup

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Andrew d. Homewood-Flossmoor 25-13, 25-11 – Joe Jendra had seven kills and Sanil Thomas had six kills for the Thunderbolts (8-6). Thomas also had nine assists and nine aces, while Sean Yerkes had 13 assists and five digs.

Deerfield d. Maine West 25-14, 25-20 – Brenden Walsh had eight kills and two blocks for the Warriors (7-3, 3-0 Central Suburban North). Max Raske had four kills and Ryan Slack had 15 assists and eight digs.

Lake Zurich d. Warren 21-25, 25-23, 25-15 – Matt Carmody led the Bears (7-6) with 12 kills. Nate Amos had seven kills and two blocks, and Jeff Carmody had 29 assists.

Lincoln-Way Central d. Joliet West 25-22, 13-25, 25-20 – Neal Brown recorded nine kills for the Knights (11-4) and Connor Hipeilus had eight kills. Scott Mueller had 16 digs.

Lincoln-Way East d. Sandburg 26-25, 24-21 – Nick Lilley led the Griffins (13-8) with 11 kills, Robby Hoffman had 14 digs and Lucas Galifus had four blocks.

Lockport d. Stagg 22-25, 25-17, 25-6 – The Porters (18-2, 2-0 SouthWest Suburban Blue) pulled away in the third set as Albert Sinram had nine kills and Jon Wheaton had eight kills and six blocks.

Maine East d. Glenbrook North 25-27, 25-23, 25-20 – Lerin Mathews made 11 kills for the Blue Demons (11-1). Joe Swoboda had six kills, and Gian Bobila made 23 assists.

St. Charles North d. St. Francis 25-17, 25-21 – Drew Lanz had seven kills and 11 digs for the North Stars (11-4). Danny Throop recorded 19 assists, four digs and four blocks. Trevor Gonzago and Bryan Verstat had 12 digs each.

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