BERGEN — Big win for the Lady Trojans.

Visiting Alexander improved to 11-1 on the season with the five-set victory over Byron-Bergen Friday in GR D-I action.

Alexander won by scores of 25-20, 20-25, 20-25, 25-18 and 25-19.

For Alexander, Kiersten Przybylski had 26 assists with six service aces; Sam Sawyer had nine kills and four aces; Hailie Kramer had nine kills; and Mya Merle had a monster defensive game with 29 digs.

“This was a fun, well-played game on both sides of the net,” Alexander coach Marcia Hirsch said.

For Byron-Bergen (10-2), Kelly Ireland led the Bees with 25 service points including eight aces with seven digs and five kills; Lexi Vurraro handed out 29 assists to go with seven digs; Jorie Strzelecki had 17 digs with 13 kills; and Julia Pangrazio added 12 digs with nine kills.

Alexander has a huge match coming up at Attica Monday night.

Both teams are currently tied at 11-1 and the winner will have a leg up for the GR D-I title.

Genesee Region


Attica beat Wheatland Chili in three sets Friday night winning 25-11, 25-10, and 25-12.

Ellie Newell had 11 assists while Ellie Cusmano had five kills and three service aces to pace Attica (11-1).

Natalie Perl added four aces and four kills.


Notre Dame escaped the upset as they nipped Kendall in five sets Friday.

Notre Dame won by scores of 25-22, 25-21, 20-25, 15-25 and 25-16.

Maggie Monachino had a monster night with 18 assists and 17 digs while Grace Mileham dished out 23 assists.

Also for the Fighting Irish, Amelia McCulley added 19 kills with eight digs while Lindsey Weidman had 17 kills with three aces.

Sonji Warner added nine service points with two aces to lead Notre Dame in the fifth set.

For Kendall, Lauren Pilon had 20 digs and nine kills while Karlee Robb contributed 10 kills and four blocks. Madison Shonitsky added a solid all-around game with 20 assists, seven digs and six kills.

Livingston Conference


Host Pavilion celebrated senior night with the clean sweep victory over Geneseo Friday as senior Kodi Beehler had 24 assists and two kills while classmate Emily Kingsley added a pair of kills.

Pavilion won by scores of 25-18, 25-10, and 25-13.

Sophomore Lauren Kingsley had 11 Kills, seven aces and one block as Pavilion improved to 9-1.


Ray Young blasted 17 kills while teammate Erin Patanella added eight kills as Dansville downed Bath in five sets winning 25-23, 24-26, 22-25, 25-16 and 25-18.

Also for Dansville, Tessa Gregorius had a monster game with 25 assists, 19 digs and five kills while Kiersten Kennedy added 10 digs. Taylor Mann also contributed 15 points and 14 digs while Brooke Coombs added four kills with Bethany Wadsworth added eight digs. Emma Heiman and Kayla Abbott both chipped in four digs as Dansville improved to 6-4 on the season.


Hailey Johnson contributed 19 service points along with 13 assists, 11 digs and six kills as host Le Roy clinched the LCAA D-I title with the four-set victory over Livonia Friday.

Le Roy (9-0) won by scores of 25-11, 25-13, 24-26 and 25-17.

Also for the Knights, Allie Ingles had a huge game with 11 kills, eight aces and seven digs while Riley Wood added 19 digs. Katie Salphine also had four blocks.

For Livonia (5-6), Lizzie Dustman dished out 13 assists with four service aces while Emma Simmons smacked four kills.


Fiona Maruska had three aces and three assists while teammate Kylie Johnson had two aces as Cal-Mum swept Keshequa Friday.

Cal-Mum won by scores of 25-13, 25-15 and 25-18 to improve to 6-3 on the season.

Keshequa (0-9) was led by Nichele Douglass with five assists and Malia Ras with one kill and one block.


Deanna Johnson-Myers pounded out 16 kills while Myiah Annis-Jones dished out 25 assists with four aces as Warsaw got the four set victory Friday.

Perry won the first set 27-25 before Warsaw won the next three 25-13, 25-10 and 25-23.

Gianna Girod added six kills while Kourtney Keefer and Leah O’Geen had 16 and 14 digs respectively.

For Perry, Mercedes Alderman had a double-double with 12 digs and 10 kills while Leah Fisher added 15 assists and 15 digs.

Trinity Parker added 12 digs with seven kills while Lea White served for six aces.

Thursday’s Volleyball


Visiting Avon finished with 65 team digs in the match as they stayed unbeaten on the season with the four-set victory over Letchworth )7-3) Thursday night.

Avon won by scores of 25-21, 18-25, 26-24, and 25-21 to move to 8-0 overall.

Ava Hubbard paced Avon with 14 digs and 13 kills while Essie Levendusky had 27 assists and two aces.

Giana Trubia came in to serve well in the third and fourth sets for Avon, who hosts Perry Tuesday.

For Letchworth, Brooke Degroff led the way with 12 kills and three aces, while Morgan Brace had 18 assists. Delaney Bean served up eight aces for Letchworth.

Boys Volleyball


Cole Tillotson had a big match with 29 assists to go with nine digs, four kills and four aces while Ty Heineman added 13 kills and eight digs as Pavilion/York (5-5) defeated North Rose-Wolcott in four sets Saturday.

P/Y won by scores of 23-25, 25-23, 25-13 and 25-22.

Evan Amberger added seven kills with seven digs and two blocks while Will Van Wyk contributed seven kills with three aces and three digs. Dylan Dziekan chipped in with 13 digs for the winners.


Ty Heineman had a big second match as well as he produced 13 digs with 11 kills and three aces while Cole Tillotson dished out 20 assists with six digs and five kills as P/Y swept Sodus Saturday.

P/Y won by scores of 25-20, 25-17 and 25-19.

Evan Amberger added six kills and four digs, while Collin Graham and Dylan Dziekan added nine and seven digs respectively.

“Our serving and passing was solid, yet our defense made the difference allowing the offense to have much needed balance,” head coach Rob Milligan said. “Many players stepped it up today.”


Midlakes won by scores of 25-8, 25-17 and 25-11 over the Indians Friday night.

Andrew Betts led Keshequa with five points of serve along with three digs, two kills and two blocks while Trey Learn had 13 digs.

Jacob Gibson added two points and two kills.

Wayne won by scores of 25-16, 19-25, 25-20 and 27-25.

Cameron Bean served for 13 points and handed out 20 assists while Trey Learn- served for 11 points and added 13 digs.

Jacob Gibson had eight kills, with six blocks and three digs while Cesar Batlle served for 12 points with 10 digs, seven kills and four aces.

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