LIVONIA — The Le Roy girls volleyball team improved to 4-0 with a straight-set win over host Livonia.

The Knights began the first set red-hot and gained a 21-12 advantage before the Bulldogs came storming back to cut their deficit to one at 23-22. Le Roy would score the following two points to lock up the win.

Set two went to the Knights, 25-18. Then, in the third, the Bulldogs made things tough on Le Roy once again before a back and forth final set went to the Knights, 25-22.

Junior Hailey Johnson recorded eight digs and five kills for LR, while junior Riley Wood finished with seven service points to go with 10 digs. Senior captain Abbie Woodworth recorded 10 assists and sophomore Allie Ingles finished with five digs and five kills.

For the ‘Dogs, sophomore Sara Johson finished with seven digs and senior Emma Hyde had seven digs to go with two aces and one block.

Le Roy looks ahead to a matchup with Keshequa on Wednesday. Livonia is now 4-2 and plays Cal-Mum on Thursday.

PAVILION SWEEPS GENESEO

The Gophers beat the Blue Devils 25-20, 25-17, 25-11. Shannon Campbell recorded 20 assists for Pavilion, Sarah Laurie finished with three aces and 19 total service points and Lauren Kingsley recorded 13 kills. Karlee Zinkievich added six kills and nine digs for the Gophers.

Pavilion is now 2-1, Geneseo is now 1-3.

DANSVILLE DEFEATS BATH-HAVERLING

In a hard-fought match, the Mustangs worked their way by the Rams, 25-22, 15-25, 25-23, 25-22.

Junior Tessa Gregorius had it going for Dansville, serving for 18 points, including three aces, to go with 20 digs, two kills and 18 assists. Senior Kiersten Kennedy also had a solid game with 16 digs, while senior Taylor Mann recorded seven service points, including an ace, to go with 11 digs, one kill and three assists.

Senior Cadin Taggart recorded five aces and 10 kills for B-H and sophomore Cady Hill finished with 10 assists and 12 digs.

The Mustangs re now 2-3 and will host Geneseo on Wednesday. The Rams are 3-4 and look ahead to a tough matchup with Pavilion on Wednesday.

WARSAW MOVES PAST PERRY

The Tigers earned a four-set victory, 25-21, 19-25, 25-12, 25-17 over the Yellowjackets. Warsaw and Perry are both 3-2.

Warsaw junior Kourtney Keefer recorded seven digs to go with four aces, while senior Myiah Annis-Jones recorded 16 assists and junior Deanna Johnson-Myers led the way with 14 kills and two blocks.

Perry junior Leah Fisher recorded four aces, two kills, 10 assists and six digs, while fellow junior Lea White finished with four aces and six digs. Junior Hailey Evans chipped in four aces and two kills for the Yellowjackets.

CAL-MUM WINS BATTLE WITH KESHEQUA

The Raiders pulled out a win over Keshequa, falling behind two sets to none before rallying for the five-set victory, 24-26, 25-27, 25-15, 25-21, 25-15.

Cal Mum was led by senior Olivia Woodward, who recorded 19 kills and 3 digs on ‘Senior Night’. Fellow senior Mackenzie Stetzenmeyer had 30 assists, seven aces and two digs, while sophomore Maddie Devore added six kills, nine aces and five digs.

Keshequa was led by junior Cheyenne Cotton, who recorded six kills and seven aces. Junior Jade Wolfer added five assists and five aces.

Cal-Mum is 2-1. Keshequa falls to 0-3 on the year.

Saturday

ALEXANDER SPIKES HOLLEY

The Trojans eased past the Hawks on Saturday, 25-19, 25-15, 25-17 behind a big game from freshman Alyssa Kramer, who finished with 10 kills and three aces. Senior Kiersten Przybylski added 21 assists to go with five aces.

Alexander is 6-1. Holley is 1-5.

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