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Savio, Meyer lead Lake Zurich's attack

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Michael Savio slammed 17 kills, and Nick Meyer added 11, as Lake Zurich's boys volleyball team remained undefeated in the North Suburban Conference with a 25-23, 19-25, 25-23 win over host Lake Forest Wednesday night.

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Brent Sweetwood had 7 kills for Lake Zurich (6-4, 4-0), which saw setter Pat Bush dish out 36 assists. Jon Gaide contributed 3 kills and 3 blocks for the Bears.

Mundelein d. Grant: The visiting Mustangs won 25-21, 25-15, as Anthony Fiore led a balanced attack with 5 kills.

Mundelein (7-7, 2-0) received 4 kills apiece from Sam Nelson, Danny Lake, Luke Ramer and Roman Tkachuk. Ramer and Tkachuk each had 3 blocks. David Everding lofted 16 assists and served 2 aces.

Brock Lundman had 4 kills for Grant.

Zion-Benton d. Libertyville: The Zee-Bees won a thriller, 22-25, 25-10, 32-30.

"Neither team wanted to give up," Wildcats coach Jenny Smith said.

Chris Akers led Libertyville with 10 kills, 3 blocks (2 solo) and 13 digs.

Stevenson d. North Chicago: Keenan Herman hammered 8 kills and Grant Maleski served 7 aces for the Patriots, who won 25-11, 25-18 in North Suburban Conference action.

Stevenson (3-6, 1-1) also got 4 aces from Jeffrey Wang, while Lucas Creevy lofted 10 assists. Justin Leonard contributed 2 solo blocks and 2 kills.

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