GAINSEVILLE — After Letchworth snapped Pavilion’s lengthy LCAA winning streak last week, beating the Lady Gophers in five sets, head coach Rex Eighmey knew his kids were chomping at the bit for some redemption.
And they didn’t have to wait long to get it.
Visiting Pavilion (5-1) swept past previously unbeaten Letchworth (6-1) Monday night — 25-19, 25-17, 25-16 in LCAA action.
Lauren Kingsley led the way with 16 digs, and two blocks while Karlee Zinkievich added 11 kills, eight digs, and four aces.
Courtney Gurbacki chipped in with 12 service points, including two aces and had eight assists while Cadence Call had 14 assists.
“The girls were to keep their composure with the crowd cheering on the home team,” coach Eighmey said. “It was a great atmosphere to play in and our girls played a great match.”
Letchworth was led by Alannah Roberts with seven kills and three digs while Jaylene Cole added 19 digs and four kills.
Reagan Bannister added five kills and five digs while Morgan Brace contributed 18 assists and four digs.
Visiting Warsaw won in three sets — 25-6, 25-14 and 25-20.
Kaelyn Keefer led the way with 11 aces and six assists while Jorji Cox knocked down six kills.
Geneseo got the victory in four sets winning 25-23, 24-26, 25-21 and 25-18.
Geneseo (4-1) was led by Shelby Baker and Maggie Kennedy with 12 kills and 11 kills respectively while Mia Loughlin dished out 28 assists.
Perry (4-2) was led by Nellie Koronas with 12 assists and Sydney Hnat with seven kills.
Elba won in five sets Monday rallying from a set down — 21-25, 25-11, 16-25, 25-20 and 15-3.
Elba was led by Halie Scouten who had five blocks and four kills, Alexa Ocampo with five aces and three kills and Mariah Ognibene with four aces and two blocks
Ashlee Stephens led Lyndonville with 20 assists and nine digs while Lorelei Dillenbeck had nine aces and six kills.
Addison Dillenbeck added 10 kills and seven digs while Haley Shaffer had 15 kills.
Attica stayed unbeaten with the sweep over O-A winning 25-14, 25-19, and 25-14.
Attica combined for 24 aces.
Maddie Robinson led the way with five kills, four aces and two digs while Ellie Cusmano had six aces, four digs and three kills.
3 kills and 4 digs. Elise Dressel added six assists and five digs while Maddy Durfee had eight assists and two aces for the Blue Devils (6-0).
O-A (2-4) was led by Caitlyn Kotarski with three kills, three blocks and three digs while Jess Sosnowski had seven digs with five assists and four aces. Jo Carabello chipped in with eight digs and two blocks.
Le Roy (5-1) swept past Avon (1-5) Monday 25-8, 25-14 and 25-7.
Sophia Braun led the way with 12 service points and three aces while Allie Ingles tallied nine aces and five kills.
McKenna Coniber and Lily Uberty each had four aces for the Knights.
LeRoy travels to Cal-Mum on Friday.
Pembroke defeated Kendall in four sets Monday — 25-12, 21-25, 25-13 and 25-12.
Angel Neureuter had a solid serving game with 0 errors in 29 serves, including 11 of those aces.
Brianna Reynolds added nine digs and Carly Cerasani contributed five kills.
Notre Dame over Byron-Bergen
The Irish swept past the Bees — 25-8, 25-18 and 25-6.
Amelia McCulley led the way with 14 aces, six kills and two digs while Kaitlyn Landers added six aces.
Maggie Monachino also added five aces for ND.
B-B was paced by Lily Stalica with four digs and three assists while Emma Balduf had three kills, two digs and one ace.
Carlee Burns added four digs for the Bees.
Visiting Livonia (5-1) won in three sets — 25-23, 25-23, 25-20.
Emma Simmons led the Bulldogs with nine kills and three digs while Lillie Capecci dished out 17 assists with five aces, three digs and two kills.
Host Bath got the sweep Monday winning 25-20, 25-22 and 25-19.
Cady Hill led the way with eight assists and five aces while going 21-of-22 in service points.
Dansville was led by Abby Roelle with five kills and Stephanie Youngers with two kills.
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