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Girls Volleyball Roundup – Thursday, Sept 26th

Tapestry improved to 6-1 after defeating Buffalo Academy of Science 3-1. After dropping the first set 23-25 they would go on to win the next three by scores of 25-16, 25-22 and 25-19.

Tapestry will host Health Sciences on Thu Sep 26th. Buffalo Academy of Science will host New Life Christian on Fri Sep 27th.

Grand Island defeated Kenmore West 3-0 to improve to 8-1 on the year.

Grace Carey led Grand Island in kills with 15, followed by Hannah Pyc (8) and Rose Meaney (4). Rose Meaney had a team-high 22 assists. Hannah Pyc and Ivan Lalata led the team in aces with four each. Emily Brooks contributed four digs. Jenna Hoy and Brooke Willer each had a block.

Rachel Greenwood led Kenmore West in kills with five. Molly Frothingham contributed 10 assists. Rachel Greenwood contributed two blocks.

Both teams will play their next match on Fri Sep 27th. Grand Island will host Lewiston Porter; Kenmore West will host Kenmore East.

Lockport defeated Kenmore East 3-0 to improve to 8-3 on the year.

Maya Maccagnano had a team-high 15 digs, three aces and a kill.

Both teams will play their next match on Fri Sep 27th. Kenmore East will visit Kenmore West; Lockport will host CSAT.

Niagara Falls defeated CSAT 3-0 to improve to 2-7 on the year.

Natasha Gabart led CSAT in kills with two. Noelani Rosado had four assists.

Both teams will play their next match on Fri Sep 27th. CSAT will visit Lockport; Niagara Falls will host North Tonawanda.

Wilson defeated Lewiston Porter 3-0 to improve to 6-2 on the year.

Lewiston Porter will visit Grand Island on Fri Sep 27th. Wilson will visit Medina on Thu Sep 26th.

North Collins defeated Silver Creek 3-0 to improve to 8-0 on the year.

Michaela Rice led North Collins in kills with 10, followed by Deanne Wilson (8) and Cate Ayers (3). Makenna Williams had a team-high 17 assists. Makenna Williams had six aces. Karissa Spicola tallied two blocks.

North Collins will host Catt/Little Valley on Sat Sep 28th. Silver Creek will host Westfield on Mon Sep 30th.

Cleveland Hill defeated Tonawanda 3-0 to improve to 5-4 on the year.

Camryn Davis led Cleveland Hill in kills and aces with three apiece.

Both teams will play their next match on Fri Sep 27th. Cleveland Hill will visit Depew; Tonawanda will visit JFK.

City Honors defeated Depew 3-0 to improve to 4-0 on the year.

Both teams will play their next match on Fri Sep 27th. City Honors will visit Frontier; Depew will host Cleveland Hill.

Alden defeated JFK 3-0 to improve to 8-0 on the year.

Emma Wlostowski led Alden with seven kills and five digs. Madison Abbott had five kills and a block. Jenna Kersten tallied 16 assists, a pair of kills and a team-high five aces.

JFK will visit Eden on Wed Sep 25th. Alden will host Depew on Mon Sep 30th.

Williamsville East improved to 3-4 after defeating Starpoint 3-1. After taking the first set 25-23 the team let Starpoint even the match with a 21-25 loss in set 2. Williamsville East bounced back and took the last two sets 25-22 and 25-22.

Starpoint will visit Amherst on Mon Sep 30th. Williamsville East will visit Williamsville South on Thu Oct 3rd.

Hamburg defeated West Seneca East 3-0 to improve to 6-2 on the year.

Hamburg will host Sweet Home on Tue Oct 1st. West Seneca East will host West Seneca West on Fri Sep 27th.

Cheektowaga defeated Roy-Hart 3-0 to improve to 6-2 on the year.

Cheektowaga will visit Springville / West Valley on Fri Sep 27th. Roy-Hart will visit Albion on Thu Sep 26th.

Gowanda defeated Fredonia in a 5-set match.

Anna Valone led Fredonia in kills with 10, followed by Nagely Vazquez (8) and Rhayna Myers (7). Tess Corell tallied 20 assists. Adrianna Pucci had a team-high 4 aces. Anna Valone and Rhayna Myers led the team in digs with 14 each. Nagely Vazquez tallied seven blocks.

Gowanda will visit North Collins on Wed Oct 2nd. Fredonia will host North Collins on Mon Sep 30th.

Pioneer defeated Holland 3-0 to improve to 2-9 on the year.

Both teams will play their next match on Mon Sep 30th. Pioneer will visit Iroquois; Holland will host Tonawanda.

No results were reported for:

Niagara Wheatfield @ North Tonawanda

West Seneca West @ Clarence

Forestville @ Pine Valley

Westfield @ Dunkirk

Williamsville North @ Sweet Home

Sacred Heart @ Frontier

JFK @ Eden

Later This Evening

Emerson @ East Community / Pathways – 4:30pm

Riverside @ Burgard – 4:30pm

Olmsted @ I-Prep – 4:30pm

Health Sciences @ Tapestry – 4:30pm

Brocton @ Chautauqua Lake – 5:00pm

Sherman @ Clymer – 5:00pm

Southwestern @ Falconer – 6:00pm

Ellicottville @ Springville / West Valley – 6:00pm

MST @ Performing Arts – 6:00pm

Hutch Tech @ McKinley – 6:00pm

St. Mary’s of Lancaster @ Cardinal O’Hara – 6:00pm

Nardin @ Nichols – 6:00pm

Mount Mercy @ Mount St. Mary – 6:00pm

Newfane @ Akron – 6:00pm

Wilson @ Medina – 6:00pm

Roy-Hart @ Albion – 6:00pm

Catt/Little Valley @ Portville – 6:30pm

Lancaster @ Orchard Park – 6:30pm

South Park @ MEC – 6:30pm

Randolph @ Olean – 6:30pm

Amherst @ Iroquois – 6:30pm

Panama @ Maple Grove – 6:30pm

Salamanca @ Allegany Limestone – 6:30pm

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