NUNDA — Pavilion/York picked up the road victory over Keshequa Wednesday in boys volleyball action.

Pavilion/York (1-1) won in four sets — 25-20, 25-18, 23-25 and 25-13.

Evan Carroll led the way with 11 kills and eight service aces while Evan Guck had a big night as well with 24 assists, seven kills and four aces. Will VanWyk added 10 kills and three aces while Bradley Gurbacki contributed five kills with five service aces.

Keshequa (0-2) was led by Graham Howe’s 13 service points and one kill while Cameron Bean added two kills and one block.

Pavilion/York’s next game is at home Friday against North Rose-Wolcott with first serve at 6 p.m.

Girls Volleyball

Pavilion over Livonia

Pavilion swept past Livonia Wednesday winning in straight sets as they improved to 5-0 on the season.

Scores were 25-14, 25-9, and 25-11.

Paige Landers had a big night with 17 points, five aces and five kills while Lauren Kingsley added 10 kills with three aces and two blocks.

Shannon Campbell dished out 25 assists to go with five digs while Adeline Milligan chipped in with eight kills.

Karlee Zinkievich added five kills and four aces for the defending sectional champs.

Livonia (1-4) was led by Emma Simmons with nine digs and two aces.

Elba over Wheatland-Chili

Elba defeated the Lady Wildcats in three sets — 25-22, 25-20 and 25-19 Wednesday.

The Lady Lancers were led by Rachel Walls with six aces while Mariah Ognibene added four aces and four kills.

Sydney Reilly also added seven digs for Elba.

Notre Dame over Holley

Notre Dame picked up the sweep Wednesday winning 25-18, 25-12 and 25-19.

Leading the way for the Irish was Sonji Warner with seven aces, four digs and two kills while Veronica Bochicchio added four kills.

Katelyn Landers also contributed seven aces and three digs for the winners.

Attica over Byron-Bergen

This was another classic between two of the top GR teams as Attica got the five set victory winning after falling behind two sets to none.

Byron-Bergen won the first two sets 25-23 and 29-27.

But Attica rallied to win three straight — 25-19, 25-18, 25-23.

“It was a total team effort to come back for the win,” Attica coach Nicole Parkhurst.

Attica was led by Ellie Cusmano with eight kills, seven digs and six aces while middle hitters Cassidy Strzelec and Emily Gadd had nine and eight kills respectively. Libero Tori Walker added a big game with 22 digs and eight service aces while setter Maddie Durfee had 25 assists. Maddie Robinson added nine digs with six kills and two aces for Attica (2-1).

For B-B (3-2), Lexi Vurraro had a game best 35 assists with eight digs, five aces and two kills while Grace Huhn had a double-double with 17 kills and 12 digs.

Jorie Strzelecki added 19 digs, 13 kills and five aces while Maddie Pimm tallied 18 digs and seven kills.

Alexander over Pembroke

Alyssa Kramer had 12 kills and two aces while Sam Sawyer had eight kills with four aces as Alexander defeated Pembroke in four sets winning 25-19, 25-15, 19-25 and 25-12.

Adeline Kautz dished out 17 assists with three aces for Alexander (3-1).

For Pembroke, eighth-grader Onolee Easterbrook led the Dragons with six blocks and three kills while sophomore Sydney Carlson added five digs.

Also contributing were Allie Schwerthoffer with three kills and two aces while Carly Cerasani “played both outside then middle and kept the ball in play throwing her body all over and leaving it on the court,” head coach Mary Easterbrook said.

Kendall over Oakfield-Alabama

Kendall won by scores of 23-25, 25-14, 25-18 and 25-19 in Wednesday’s contest.

O-A was led by Kayleigh Williams with 10 assists while Colbi Heineman added five kills.

Kyrsten Sutliff also added three kills for O-A (0-4).

Geneseo over Hornell

Shelby Baker had nine kills as Geneseo swept Hornell Wednesday.

Geneseo (1-2) won by scores of 25-17, 25-10, 25-10.

Tiffani Aho added 15 assists and six aces while Maggie Kennedy tallied four kills and four aces.

Girls Soccer

York 3, Mt. Morris 0

Host York improved to 5-0 on the season with the LCAA victory over Mt. Morris Wednesday.

Peytyn Geer scored twice for York while Hailey Wilson added the third goal.

Alaina Englert) and Sydnee Emerson dished out assists.

York keeper Libby Voisey posted the shutout with one save.

York will visit Keshequa for a tough divisional game Sept. 21.

Byron-Bergen 6, Kendall 0

Eighth-grader Mia Gray scored three goals and dished out two assists as B-B blanked Kendall Wednesday.

Gray started the spark early as she scored unassisted just three minutes in. She added two second half goals to give her six goals on the season.

Megan Zwerka-Snyder and Emma Starowitz also scored first half goals.

Mackenzie Hagen added a goal as well.

Byron-Bergen keeper Brooke Jarkiewicz posted the shutout with three saves.

Kendall keeper Kailie Regan made eight saves.

Alexander 2, Lyndonville 1

Allison Kelly scored in the first half while teammate Natalie Whitmore netted the game winner after the intermission as Alexander edged Lyndonville.

Lyndonville’s Ella Lewis opened the scoring at the 25-minute mark of the first half to put the Lady Tigers up 1-0.

Kelly scored two minutes later off a feed from Carly Burgess to tie things up at the half.

Alexander keeper Sam Kabel posted seven saves.

Warsaw 5, Le Roy 2

Morgan Langdon scored two goals and added one assist as Warsaw stayed unbeaten with the win over Le Roy.

Emma Tangeman, Makaylah Higgins and Ellie Tangeman also scored goals for Warsaw.

Warsaw keeper Sarah Cox posted five saves.

Geneseo 4, Letchworth 0

Four different players scored goals as Geneseo rolled to the LCAA D-II victory.

Brynn Videtti opened the scoring just four minutes in.

Rachel Matthews, Maddie Mark and Mary Claire Rollins also scored goals for Geneseo.

Caroline Capel (0ne save) and Tessa Reilly (no saves) split the shutout.

“I’m happy to see so many different people stepping up to score and to create plays that are leading to goals,” Geneseo coach Nick Drollette said. “The younger girls are still learning the speed of the varsity game but they are definitely getting better each time out at recognizing when to take their opportunities.”

Attica 7, Pembroke 1

Skylar Savage netted her first career hat trick as Attica rolled past Pembroke.

Savage also dished out two assists to go with three goals.

Emma Apink added two goals for the Lady Devils.

Anya Clark and MacKenzie McLeod also scored goals while Grace Gominiak, Mia Ficarella and Olivia Rudolph added assists.

Karli Houseknecht scored the lone goal for Pembroke.

Attica keeper Riley Rzepka made 10 saves.

Keshequa 2, Cal-Mum 1 (OT)

Libby Benner scored in OT off an assist from Ava Thayer as Keshequa escaped with the victory Wednesday.

Catrina Pierce put the Indians on the board 12 minutes into game off a ball from Kaylin Fox.

Cal-Mum’s lone goal came from Bre Bishop off an assist from Marissa Roides.

Aurora Sabins had three saves for Keshequa while Cal-Mum keeper Avery DeMarco posted 12 saves.

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