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Girls Volleyball Roundup – Fri Oct 11th

What Happened Yesterday

Lake Shore blanked Maryvale 3-0 to improve to 7-3 on the year.

Abbey Hanes led Lake Shore with 11 kills and 21 digs. Nicole Logan (2 blocks) and Kendal Haberer had nine kills apiece. Grace DeGroat tallied 16 assists. Gretchen Hazard had a team-high four aces.

Maryvale will host Springville / West Valley on Fri Oct 18th. Lake Shore will visit Springville / West Valley on Tue Oct 15th.

Portville defeated Olean 3-0 to improve to 11-0 on the year.

With leading hitter on the season Laura Wilhelm out with an injury, freshmen Tori Unverdorben stepped up her game with eight kills, four aces and four digs. Kylie Blessing had 26 assists, four kills, seven digs and a pair of blocks. Olivia Emley served for 21 points with four aces and added 12 digs. Shayla Wilhelm and Hailey Keim had five kills each.

Olean will visit Catt/Little Valley on Tue Oct 15th. Portville will visit Otto-Eldred on Fri Oct 11th.

North Tonawanda improved to 8-8 after defeating Kenmore East 3-1. After taking the first set 25-19 the team let Kenmore East even the match with a 22-25 loss in set 2. North Tonawanda bounced back and took the last two sets 25-16 and 25-13.

Hailie Puzzella led Kenmore East with 10 kills. Gabrielle Sordetto had nine. Maya Maccagnano had a team-high 10 digs.

McCartney Geartz led North Tonawanda with nine kills. Shay Woodard and Emily McNeill had five kills apiece. Emily Anastasi led the team in digs with eight.

North Tonawanda will host Lewiston Porter on Wed Oct 16th. Kenmore East will visit Grand Island on Tue Oct 15th.

Lockport defeated Kenmore West 3-0 to improve to 13-3 on the year.

Madison Beuchat led Kenmore West with six kills.

Lockport will host Niagara Wheatfield on Mon Oct 14th. Kenmore West will host Lewiston Porter on Fri Oct 11th.

Orchard Park defeated Jamestown 3-0 to improve to 14-0 on the year.

Ashley Dogal led Orchard Park with seven kills and five aces. Molly Ryan had a team-high 13 assists. Haley Callahan recorded 10 digs.

Jamestown will host Dunkirk on Fri Oct 11th. Orchard Park will host Clarence on Wed Oct 16th.

Depew defeated Tonawanda 3-0 to improve to 8-6 on the year.

Kara Mendola led Depew with eight kills. Mya Bush had a team-high 15 assists.

Both teams will play their next match on . Tonawanda will visit undefined; Depew will visit undefined.

Panama defeated Falconer 3-0 to improve to 13-0 on the year.

Kylie Schnars led Panama with 12 kills. Natalie Angeletti had 10 kills, three digs and five aces. Maddie Johnson had a team-high 23 assists. Kylie Schnars had four blocks.

Rachael Harper led Falconer with four kills and a pair of aces. Emily Melquist had two kills, seven digs and a pair of blocks. Serena Camarata tallied five assists.

Both teams will play their next match on Tue Oct 15th. Falconer will visit Chautauqua Lake; Panama will host Sherman.

Lancaster defeated West Seneca West 3-0 to improve to 9-4 on the year.

Meghan Vona led Lancaster with seven kills. Kayla Maslowski had a team-high eight aces.

Lancaster will host Williamsville East on Wed Oct 16th. West Seneca West will host Williamsville North on Tue Oct 15th.

Alden defeated Lackawanna 3-0 to improve to 13-0 on the year.

Emma Wlostowski led Alden with 12 kills, five aces and five digs. Sydney Toczek had eight kills.

Alden will visit undefined on . Lackawanna will host Holland on Tue Oct 15th.

Springville / West Valley improved to 10-3 after defeating Pioneer 3-1. The team took the first two sets 25-14 and 25-21 but slipped up in a 3rd set 23-25 loss. They finished the match with a 25-18 win in the 4th set.

Rachel Stressinger led Springville / West Valley with seven kills, 12 assists and three aces.

Both teams will play their next match on Tue Oct 15th. Pioneer will visit Cheektowaga; Springville / West Valley will host Lake Shore.

Sweet Home defeated West Seneca East 3-0 to improve to 7-5 on the year.

Lauren Hubert led Sweet Home with 10 kills, followed by Dayna Edholm (6 kills, 9 digs) and Erika Edholm (4 kills, 1 block). Hubert also tallied eight assists and a team-leading seven aces.

West Seneca East will host Iroquois on Wed Oct 16th. Sweet Home will host Williamsville East on Fri Oct 11th.

Williamsville East defeated Amherst 3-0 to improve to 4-7 on the year.

Madison Smith led Williamsville East with 12 kills. Trinity Sullivan and Juliet Scinta had five kills apiece. Lily Mucica tallied 15 assists and four aces. Diana Stone led the team defensively with 14 digs.

Williamsville East will visit Sweet Home on Fri Oct 11th. Amherst will host Hamburg on Thu Oct 17th.

Ellicottville defeated Catt/Little Valley 3-0 to improve to 5-9 on the year.

Heli Kongats led Ellicottville with eight kills, 13 digs and three blocks. Cyrene Moore had four kills and a trio of blocks. Makenna Smith had team-highs in assists (13) and aces (4).

Both teams will play their next match on Tue Oct 15th. Ellicottville will visit Salamanca; Catt/Little Valley will host Olean.

Gowanda defeated Forestville 3-0 to improve to 10-2 on the year.

Emma Luther led Gowanda with 11 kills, followed by Marleah Stevens (8) and Madison Clark (6). Zoey Kota tallied eight assists and six aces. Makenzie Carroll had a team-high 11 digs. Paige Gabel contributed two blocks.

Both teams will play their next match on Wed Oct 16th. Forestville will visit North Collins; Gowanda will host Cassadaga Valley.

East Aurora defeated Iroquois 3-0 to improve to 6-4 on the year.

Both teams will play their next match on Wed Oct 16th. East Aurora will visit Lake Shore; Iroquois will visit West Seneca East.

Southwestern improved to 5-7 after defeating Sherman 3-1. The team took the first two sets 25-16 and 25-20 but slipped up in a 3rd set 22-25 loss. They finished the match with a 25-11 win in the 4th set.

Both teams will play their next match on Tue Oct 15th. Sherman will visit Panama; Southwestern will host Maple Grove.

Tapestry defeated Global Concepts 3-0 to improve to 11-2 on the year.

Global Concepts will host JFK on Wed Oct 16th. Tapestry will visit Burgard on Tue Oct 15th.

Chautauqua Lake defeated Clymer 3-0 to improve to 9-1 on the year.

Clymer will host Chautauqua Lake on Thu Oct 10th. Chautauqua Lake will host Falconer on Tue Oct 15th.

Holland defeated JFK in a 5-set match on their senior night.

Holland will visit Lackawanna on Tue Oct 15th. JFK will visit Global Concepts on Wed Oct 16th.

Clarence defeated Williamsville North 3-0 to improve to 12-2 on the year.

Clarence will visit Orchard Park on Wed Oct 16th. Williamsville North will visit West Seneca West on Tue Oct 15th.

Williamsville South defeated Hamburg 3-0 to improve to 10-4 on the year.

Williamsville South will visit Sweet Home on Wed Oct 16th. Hamburg will visit Amherst on Thu Oct 17th.

Attica defeated Albion 3-0. Albion will visit Medina on Tue Oct 15th.

Eden improved to 6-5 after defeating Frontier 3-1.

Eden will host JFK on Thu Oct 17th. Frontier will visit Williamsville North on Wed Oct 16th.

Allegany Limestone defeated Archbishop Walsh Academy 3-0 to improve to 7-4 on the year.

Allegany Limestone will host Oswayo Valley on Fri Oct 11th.

Later This Evening

4:30pm – South Park (0-4) @ Burgard (0-3)

4:30pm – Leonardo da Vinci (9-0) @ Riverside (5-2)

4:30pm – Health Sciences (0-2) @ East Community / Pathways (2-4)

4:30pm – MST (1-5) @ IPrep (0-4)

4:45pm – Lewiston Porter (2-10) @ Kenmore West (4-9)

5:00pm – Dunkirk (9-6) @ Jamestown (3-12)

6:00pm – Akron (8-2) @ Medina (1-7)

6:00pm – Roy-Hart (6-4) @ Newfane (2-6)

6:00pm – Mount Mercy @ Nardin (10-4)

6:30pm – Williamsville East (4-7) @ Sweet Home (7-5)

6:30pm – Olmsted (0-5) @ Lafayette International (6-2)

6:30pm – Emerson (0-2) @ MEC (0-4)

6:30pm – Oswayo Valley (0-0) @ Allegany Limestone (7-4)

7:00pm – Portville (11-0) @ Otto-Eldred

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