Niagara Wheatfield earned their third victory on the year after beating CSAT in a 3-0 match. Madelyn Ernle led N-W with eight kills. Emily Quider had five aces, 10 assists.
For CSAT, Natasha Gabart and a kill and two assists. Naitza Rodriguez had five assists.
Niagara Wheatfield will host Lewiston Porter on Wednesday @ 4:45; CSAT will host Kenmore East on Wednesday @ 4:45.
Kenmore East returned to .500 after their 3-0 match with Niagara Falls. Gabrielle Sordetto led the team with 12 kills. Maya Maccagnano had five aces and four kills. Sydney Cerkiewicz chipped in 9 assists.
Grand Island squeaked out a two-point victory in their 5th set with Lockport to remain undefeated.
Grace Carey led the Lady Vikings with 14 kills and 9 aces. Hannah Pyc had 11 kills and an ace. Rose Meaney had 29 assists.
It took Kenmore West four sets to dispatch Lewiston Porter. After dropping the first set 17-25 they took the second and third sets by scores of 25-12 and 25-13 respectively. They closed the deal with a 27-25 nail-biter.
Sophomore setter Molly Frothingham had 18 assists; Madison Beuchat led the team with nine kills (+8 aces). Jada Britton had a team-high 10 aces for the Blue Devils.
Adelaide Buth led Lew-Port with seven kills, five assists and six aces. Alaina Licht had five kills, four aces. Olivia Kisiel had 21 assists.
Olean turned in a 3-0 victory over Falconer to earn their third victory on the year.
The Huskies’ Adele Dwaileebe had five kills, five digs and two aces. Alice Dwaileebe had six kills and a block. Destiny Custer had a team-high 12 digs and an ace. Sophia Renaud had 17 assists, five digs and four aces.
Serena Camarata had five assists for Falconer. Rachael Harper contributed four kills. Emily Melquist and Julia Mead led the team in digs with nine and seven respectively.
Springville beat Iroquois 3-1 to improve to 2-0 on the year.
Sophomore Marinna Heichberger led the team with seven aces. Rachel Stressinger and Ella Wittman added nine and six kills respectively.
Cleveland Hill beat Holland for their first win on the year.
Depew tallied their third win on the year against JFK.
Eighth grader Jenna Lis had a team-high 9 aces for Depew. Kara Mendola had eight kills.
JFK’s Emily Hoerner tallied two aces and five assists. Sabrina Welker had four digs and a kill.
Kiera Brennan’s six kills and five aces helped lift Silver Creek over Forestville in their five set match (25-16, 23-25, 25-18, 18-25, 25-18).
Yanna Mott had 12 assists.
Eden tallied their second win on the year against Lackawanna.
Roy-Hart defeated Pembroke 3-2 (25-23, 23-25, 8-25, 25-23, 25-16) to improve to 2-0 on the year.
Maddie Ciemny had seven kills, two aces. Marissa Scott had four aces and four kills.
Kali Scharping had 12 kills. Alexis Connolly had four aces. Jamie Seib had a team-high 18 assists and eight digs. Ali Dent had eight digs.
Alden defeated Tonawanda in their second game of the season.
Maryvale tallied their first win on the year against Pioneer.
Christie McGee-Ross led the team in kills with seven. Emily LeViness tallied 19 assists.
Clarence improved to 3-0 on the year after defeating Lancaster.
Frontier tallied their first win of the year down in Jamestown.
Orchard Park defeated West Seneca West; The Quakers now sit at 3-0 on the year.
Starpoint improved to 3-1 on the year after defeating West Seneca East.
Maddie Turton (WSE) had four kills, four blocks.
Katie Putney led the Starpoint offense with eight kills. Emily Reed tallied eight aces. Kailey Schwab had 13 assists.
Sweet Home improved to 2-1 on the year after defeating Amherst last night.
Lauren Hubert had a tripe double (seven digs, 10 kills, 10 assists, 16 aces). Dayna Edholm had eight digs, seven kills and three aces.
Pine Valley improved to 3-1 on the year after defeating Catt-Little Valley 3-1.
Pine Valley’s Sadie Fadale had five kills, seven digs, two assists and three aces. Morgan Sandy had four digs, 14 assists and three aces. Lyric Westlund had five kills, three digs and a block. Hannah O’Neil had six digs, three aces.
Cassadaga Valley improved to 2-2 after defeating Dunkirk (3-2).
Fredonia tallied their first win on the year after their match with Westfield.
Marissa Cash led Fredonia with the nine aces. Rhayna Myers had four aces and six kills. Anna Valone chipped in five aces and three kills.
Nel Maldonado had a team-high four kills for Westfield. Tanleigh Bestine had three aces, a kill, three assists and two digs. Abbi Warner had two Kills, a block and five digs.
Portville earned their second win on the year against Randolph.
Olivia Cook had 10 kills, three blocks & two aces. Tori Unverdorben had six kills, 10 digs. The Wilhelm sisters (Shayla & Laura) added six kills a piece. Olivia Emley had 11 digs and Taylor Beck served for 15 points with four aces, five digs.
Randolph’s Brynn Paget had a team-high 10 kills. Rian Finch and Sydney Hvizdzak each had three kills. Mya Abrams contributed 10 assists.
McKinley @ IPrep – 4:30
East HS @ Burgard – 4:30
Riverside @ South Park – 4:30
Tapestry @ MEC – 4:30
Southwestern @ Brocton – 5:00
Sherman @ Chautauqua Lake – 5:00
Catt-Little Valley @ Salamanca – 5:00
Maple Grove @ Falconer – 6:00
Roy-Hart @ Wilson – 6:00
Newfane @ Medina – 6:00
Akron @ Albion – 6:00
Cheektowaga @ East Aurora – 6:00
Allegany Limestone @ Ellicottville – 6:30
West Seneca West @ Lake Shore – 6:30
Clymer @ Panama – 6:30
Hutch Tech @ Lafayette – 6:30
Emerson @ Leonardo Da Vinci – 6:30
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