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Palatine tops Prospect in three

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Palatine's Kyle Obernesser was 66-for-67 setting with 28 assists to help Palatine prevailed against visiting Prospect 19-25, 25-15, 25-18 in a Mid-Suburban League boys volleyball divisional crossover Thursday.

Seniors Danny Matjevic and Brian Keough both had 8 kills, while Obernesser had 14 digs and Frahm had 12 for the Pirates.

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Barrington d. Buffalo Grove: Peter Van Fossan (10 kills), Charlie Spry (8) and Colin Castagna (7) provided the firepower as the host Broncos outlasted the Bison 17-25, 27-25, 25-22 in a rematch of last year's MSL divisional winners.

Rolling Meadows d. Hoffman Estates: Tom Srnak had a team-high 10 kills, Peter Nickle had 13 digs and Tim Ellis had 3 blocks to help the visiting Mustangs in a 25-13, 25-23 decision.

Jovi Pablo led the attack for Hoffman Estates with 6 kills, and Brandon Kwiatkowski had 3 blocks.

Schaumburg d. Wheeling: Cameron Nolan and Stephen Knitter each totaled 8 kills to help the host Saxons to an MSL crossover win.

Nidhin Thomas had 25 setting assists for Schaumburg, which got perfect service efforts from Daniel Jarosz (15-for-15) and Jack Sullivan (10-for-10).

Hersey d. Fremd: A balanced attack paid for visiting Hersey, as Kevin Schroeder and Bart Migus both had 6 kills and Mike Fuerst, Jordan Saeed and Matt Torvik had 3 apiece in a 25-20, 25-16 MSL crossover win in Palatine.

Fotis Christacos provided 13 digs for the Huskies, while Migus had 7 and Schroeder 5.

Fremd, which was playing its season opener, was led on attack by Venkat Ganne and Eric Scott with 3 kills each, and Aaron Kent had 3 block kills.

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