Roundup: Suncoast boys volleyball team rallies to victory

Ethan Fogt had 35 kills as the Suncoast boys volleyball team rallied from two games down to shock Palm Beach Central 16-25, 20-25, 25-17, 25-20, 15-12 on Thursday night in Wellington.

With the victory, the Chargers improved to 1-2 on the season.

West Boca Raton d. Dwyer 25-20, 25-16, 25-23: Trevor Marcus had 32 assists and Michael Valenzi added 13 kills as the Bulls (3-0) swept the Panthers in Boca Raton.

Santaluces d. Boynton Beach 25-19, 25-12, 25-21: Jacob Hornfeldt had 16 assists and 16 service points; Miguel Ebersold added eight service points and four kills, and Scott Daris contributed nine service points, three kills and three blocks as the Chiefs (1-1) swept the Tigers in Lantana.

John I. Leonard d. Oxbridge Academy 25-15, 25-19, 25-20: Jorian Rivera had 12 kills and six service points and Josee Rodriguez contributed 27 assists and nine service points as the Lancers swept the ThunderWolves.

Wellington d. Royal Palm Beach 25-17, 25-8, 25-13: Cole Winnus had 20 kills and Adam Aqua added 15 kills as the Wolverines swept the Wildcats in Wellington.

Park Vista d. Seminole Ridge 25-6, 25-19, 25-17: Dominic Venetucci had 12 service points, Kyle Franklin added 10 blocks and nine kills, and Gerry Knapp contributed 14 assists, seven service points and two aces as the Cobras (2-0) swept the Hawks in Boynton Beach.

Palm Beach Gardens d. Forest Hill 25-12, 25-17, 26-13: Jeff Olson had 12 digs; Tervinson Lubin contributed 14 kills, 10 assists and five blocks, and Henry Castellon added 16 assists and 11 service points as the Gators (2-0) swept the Falcons in West Palm Beach.


Jupiter 17, Park Vista 4: Madison Bradford scored six goals, Jenna Keller contributed five and Bridget Chriske had four draw controls and two assists as the Warriors (6-3) routed the Cobras in Boynton Beach.

John I. Leonard 15, Palm Beach Central 14: Tia Drew and Stefanie Pondiscio each scored three goals and Bentley Wharton had six saves, but the Broncos (4-4) fell to the Lancers in Greenacres.

Pine School 12, Dwyer 6: Annelise Romero had seven goals and Hallie Isdaner contributed five assists as the Knights defeated the Panthers in Dwyer.

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