Photo credit:LeRoy_Knights | Allie Ingles leaps up to make the spike.

LE ROY — The Lady Knights improved to 5-0 with a dominant win over the Keshequa Indians on Wednesday night.

Le Roy rolled past the Indians, 25-11, 25-12, 25-15 and used a number of big performances to remain perfect.

Senior Jill Curtis propelled the Knights with five service points, seven aces and five digs. Junior Hailey Johnson added nine service points, three aces, six digs and eight assists as part of an all-around effort, while sophomore Allie Ingles served for nine points and two aces, while adding eight kills.

Keshequa is now 0-4.

GOPHERS CRUISE

Pavilion worked its way to a three-set victory over Bath-Haverling behind 10 digs and 10 kills from sophomore Karlee Zinkievich.

The Gophers began the match trailing 8-3 before rallying to take a 10-9 advantage near the middle of the first set. Pavilion would go on to win a back and forth opening set, 25-22, and followed that up with a 25-16 victory in set two. The Gophers finished things off with a 25-16 in the third set.

Sophomore Lauren Kingsley added 14 kills for Pavilion (4-1), while junior Shannon Campbell chipped in 24 assists.

For the Rams (3-5), senior Cadin Taggart finished with 13 kills and eight digs, junior Alexis Sutherland added six digs and four kills, while sophomore Cady Hill finished with 18 assists and five digs.

DANSVILLE WINS IN FOUR

The Lady Mustangs defeated Geneseo in four sets, 25-23, 17-25, 25-14, 25-17.

Junior Tessa Gregorius served for 14 points while recording 14 assists and 14 digs to pace Dansville. Senior Kiersten Kennedy served for eight points, and recorded three aces to go with 11 digs for the Mustangs.

Junior Tiffani Aho recorded 13 assists for the Blue Devils, while sophomore Shelby Baker added eight kills.

Dansville is now 3-3. Geneseo is 1-4.

BATAVIA FALLS

Spencerport swept the Lady Devils, 25-20, 25-19, 25-21. Senior Maya Voelki led the Rangers with 12 kills, while fellow senior Caitlin Claeys finished with seven aces. Batavia was paced by senior Rebekah Daniszewski, who finished with six kills and eight blocks.

The Devils are now 2-4. Spencerport improves to 3-3.

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