PERRY – The Perry girls volleyball team hosted its Dig Pink game on Monday night against visiting Pavilion and the Yellowjackets came away with the three-set victory.
Set scores were – 25-17, 25-7, 25-11.
Jaelyn Morris paced the Yellowjackets with six kills, five aces and three digs in the win, while Nellie Koronas added 14 assists to go with nine service points (four aces), two kills and a pair of digs.
Cady Call had nine digs on the night in the losing effort for Pavilion.
Perry is now 6-6, while Pavilion dropped to 2-9.
HOLLEY 1, NOTRE DAME 0
Alyssa Wright scored the only goal of the game off of an assist from Jailyn Bishop as the Hawks continued their impressive season and moved to 9-2.
Layne Walker didn’t need to make a save but earned the shutout in net for Holley.
GENESEO 2, DANSVILLE 2 (2 OT)
Maddie Mark and Madi Ladelpha each scored on the night for the Blue Devils.
Also for Geneseo, Ladelpha and Olivia Bucci notched assists, while Caroline Capel made eight saves in net.
Dansville scored a pair of goals in the final 22 minutes of regulation to erase a 2-0 deficit. Baylee Hayes scored off of an Emma Allen corner kick, while Chelsie Tyler then knotted the game at two off of another corner kick and a deflection from Aynsley Belcher.
“I am extremely proud of the way the girls battled back tonight and never quit against a very good Geneseo team, especially with this being our third OT game in our last four outings,” Dansville head coach Arin Belden said.
Emma Butters made nine saves for the Mustangs.
“This was a great matchup tonight,” Geneseo head coach Nicholas Drollette said. “Livingston Conference has some of the best class B and C soccer teams out there and tonight really showed that. We certainly wish we could have come out on top but if I’m being impartial, that was a very fun game to watch. These sorts of games will only help us later down the line when we hit sectionals.”
Geneseo is now 9-2-1, while Dansville moved to 7-1-3.
LIVONIA 2, BATH-HAVERLING 1
Avery Bernard scored what proved to be the game-winner in the second half on a direct quick in the win for the Bulldogs.
Hannah Weldy scored in the first half and Mary Kwak stopped eight shots between the pipes in the win.
ATTICA/ALEXANDER 3, PEMBROKE 1
Gavin Schulz scored a pair of goals, including the game-winner late in the second half, in the win for the Blue Devils.
Josh Kubik also found the back of the net in the win as A/A improved to 5-6.
Will Gibson scored in the loss for Pembroke (0-12).
GENESEO 6, PERRY 1
Caleb Rice and Callan Rowcliffe each found the back of the net twice in the easy win for the Blue Devils.
Noah Rose and Jacob Bucci each notched their first career varsity goal as Geneseo moved to 8-2-1. Perry is now 6-7.
KESHEQUA 4, WELLSVILLE 3
Ian Hinrich had a big night as he finished with all four goals for the Indians as they edged Wellsville.
Seth Ebersole added two assists and Owen Pike had one helper as Keshequa moved to 7-5.
NOTRE DAME OUTLASTS O-A (25-18, 19-25, 25-17, 25-27, 15-9)
Kaitlin Kratz hammered nine kills and Loretta Sorochty handed out 26 assists to go with five digs and three aces as the Fighting Irish took the thriller.
CJ Campagna was also big on the night for ND with six kills, four blocks, two aces and a pair of digs.
Jessica Sosnowski handed out 17 assists to go with 10 digs and three aces to lead a strong effort from the Hornets.
Also for O-A, Cara Williams had 19 digs, five kills and two aces and Sayde Bush had 15 digs, five kills and four aces.
YORK EDGES CALEDONIA-MUMFORD (25-21, 25-21, 23-25, 26-24)
Paola Rios-Santiago had a monster defensive night with 54 digs to go with three aces, while Ariana Rossel had 31 digs and 16 kills in the win for the Golden Knights (4-0, 8-4).
Lena Baliscianno handed out 27 assists to go with nine digs and three aces for York, while Mia Hilyard had six kills and two blocks and Rylee Cuozzo chipped in with four kills and a pair of blocks.
Ajale Harvey had 13 digs and Emma Years finished with 10 assists in the loss for the Raiders (6-4).
LETCHWORTH SNEAKS BY AVON (22-25, 25-15, 22-25, 25-16, 15-7)
In her first game back from tearing her ACL last winter, Trinity Scott had nine kills, five service points with an ace and a pair of digs in the win for the Indians.
“She has worked hard ever since she had surgery last February and despite setbacks, she never gave up and kept working hard in physical therapy to return for her senior season of volleyball,” Letchworth head coach Kelly Carmichael said. “Trinity was a Section V Class D1 All-Star for the 2022 season.”
Alanna Roberts also had a big night in the win as she finished with eight kills, 10 digs and two aces, Abbie DeRock did a little bit of everything with seven kills, nine service points (four aces) and six digs and Reagan Bannister handed out a career-high 30 assists to go with 15 service points and thee aces.
Also for Letchworth, Jaylene Cole had five kills, nine service points, six aces and eight digs, Abby Bacon had 10 digs and Sasha Bellamy chipped in with three kills.
For Avon (1-4, 3-7), Jessie Crye had 24 digs, five kills and four aces and Brenna Dolgos had 14 digs and two aces.
Letchworth is now 4-1, 8-2.
LE ROY HANDLES WARSAW (25-18, 25-23, 25-10)
Dana Reschke finished with 11 service points, 11 assists, seven kills and four digs and Shea Williams had five kills to lead the Oatkan Knights to the three-set win.
Evy Kanaley handed out nine assists for Le Roy, Heather Reschke had eight service points, Eleah Dowell added four kills and three blocks and Gabby Zitz finished with three blocks in the win.
Le Roy improved to 5-0, 8-3.
PEMBROKE SNEAKS BY AKRON (25-22, 25-22, 21-25, 25-14)
Angel Neureuter had nine digs, seven aces and four kills and Brianna Reynolds had eight digs and three aces to lead the Dragons to the tough win.
Also for Pembroke, Olivia Peterson added five digs, three aces and a kill.
LIVONIA STOPS BATH-HAVERLING (25-23, 25-14, 25-16)
Julie Renner handed out eight assists to go with five aces, Hannah Ingram had six kills and two aces and Lillie Capecci chipped in with six kills, four assists and three aces in the win for the Bulldogs, which moved to 5-0, 11-2.
Ryleigh Laverty had 12 digs and Faith Conklin finished with five kills in the loss for the Rams.
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