Eric Denning recorded 10 kills and 17 service points while Jon Buatti had 18 service points, including five aces, as top-seeded Salem volleyball won 3-0 over eighth-seeded Hollis-Brookline in the Division 1 quarterfinals.
Salem has advanced to play fourth-seeded Souhegan, which beat No. 5 seed Windham in the quartefinals.
Windham did not provide any statistics from its match.
Salem and Souhegan's semifinal match will be tomorrow at 7 p.m. at Pinkerton.
Division 1 quarterfinals
Kills: S — Brandon Ackroyd 10, Eric Denning 10
Blocks: S — Joe Dube 3
Assists: S — Andrew Ruffen 27
Service points (aces): S — Jon Buatti 18 (5), Denning 17
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