GAINSEVILLE — Letchworth’s seniors celebrated their magical season Wednesday night with their straight sets victory over Warsaw in LCAA volleyball action.
Letchworth won by scores of 25-21, 25-16 and 25-17 to improve to 17-2 on the season.
Letchworth seniors — Morgan Brace, Tessa Sherman, Brenda Martin-Kemp, and Sarah Andrews — were honored with a ceremony prior to the match.
Brace had her usual outstanding game as she dished out 22 assists with 14 service points, five aces and three kills to lead the way.
Andrews added three kills and a block while Martin-Kemp served for an ace.
Also for Letchworth, sophomore Alannah Roberts had 11 kills with three aces while junior Trinity Scott added 10 kills and two aces.
Junior Abbie DeRock contributed four aces and two kills while juniors Reagan Bannister and Jaylene Cole added four kills and four aces respectively.
Warsaw (8-10) was led by Izzy Phillips with four aces and Sophia Phillips with four blocks.
Letchworth will travel to play Rochester Academy Charter Friday.
Attica swept past Kendall 25-15, 25-10, 25-15 as Ellie Cusmano led the way with seven kills, six aces and three digs while Maddie Robinson added six kills and four aces.
Also for Attica, Maddy Durfee handed out 14 assists.
Geneseo pulled off the big victory over Cal-Mum in five sets, and did so even after a first set heartbreaker.
Scores were 24-26, 25-16, 25-21, 23-25 and 15-6.
Geneseo (11-7) was led by Megan Bailey with 10 kills and eight aces while Mia Loughlin posted a game-best 32 assists. Shelby Baker also had a monster game with 17 Kills.
For Cal-Mum (7-10), Maddy Devore had 20 assists while Reba Kessler pounded out 11 kills.
Pavilion gutted out a five set victory over Perry without one of their star players, Karlee Zinkievich, in the line-up.
Pavilion won by scores of 18-25, 26-24, 15-25, 25-19, 15-9.
Lauren Kingsley was incredible on the night as she ripped 36 kills to go with 14 digs and five aces while Courtney Gurbacki added 20 assists, 11 digs, and three aces.
Also for Pavilion, Cady Call added 18 assists, eight digs and three aces while Emelyn Yates contributed nine digs and three kills.
Perry was led by Emma Docha with 16 kills, six digs and three aces while Lilly Henchen added 12 assists with 10 digs and seven aces.
Gabby Lyman added 19 service points with six aces and four kills.
“Without Karlee not playing tonight with an injury and after falling behind two sets to one, the team dug deep to win sets four and five,” Pavilion coach Rex Eighmey said. “I’m very proud of how hard the team played, making some great digs and passes to get the ball to our setters and Lauren dominating the match. She couldn’t have done it without the team playing so well.”
Alexander over Notre Dame
Alyssa Kramer led the way for Alexander with 14 digs and nine kills during their straight sets victory.
Alexander won by scores of 25-15, 27-25, 25-19.
Alexander trailed 24-21 in the second game and came back for the win.
“My girls played a great defensive game tonight,” Alexander head coach Marcia Hirsch said.
Also for the Trojans, Riley Powell added seven kills and three aces while Holly Bykowski registered 17 assists to go with five kills, four digs and three aces.
For Notre Dame, Amelia McMullen had eight kills and five blocks while Sonja Warner had six blocks and five digs.
Pembroke eased past Holley in GR action Wednesday winning by scores of 25-17, 25-11 and 25-17.
Carly Cerasani led the way with 10 kills and seven digs while Olivia Peterson added six aces, five digs and two kills.
Onolee Easterbrook had four solo blocks and three kills while Aleena Maynard had five digs and an assist.
Holley was led by Tia Hoffarth with four digs, three blocks and two kills while Ali VanAmeron had nine digs and two kills.
It hasn’t been the best of seasons for Batavia as they entered the post-season with a 3-12-1 record.
But that’s why they call it the second season.
No. 9 Batavia got goats from Alexander Bartz and Quintin Cummings as they downed No. 8 Geneva Wednesday.
Bartz scored early in the game off an assist from Owen Halpin who crossed the ball in front of the Geneva goal.
Cummings scored an insurance goal midway through the second half.
Batavia will travel to take on No. 1 Hornell Saturday night.
Sebri Fantauzzo scored three, first half goals as No. 5 Geneseo whipped No. 12 Bloomfield.
Also for Geneseo, Kellen O’Brien added a goal and two assists while James Hy, Sam Chanler, Owen McDonald, and Cal Rowecliffe all added a goal.
Lyndon Bailey and Dom Agosto combined for the shutout in goal.
Geneseo (8-8-1) will play No. 4 Addison on Saturday.
Cal-Mum 8, South Seneca 0
Senior Kadan Vanelli scored four goals including a PK as the No. 6 seeded Raiders advanced to play No. 3 Bolivar-Richburg in Friday’s quarterfinals.
Senior Kylor Vanelli scored two unassisted goals and had two assists while sophomore Logan Karn had a goal and an assist.
Also, Cal-Mum freshman Jacob Wiley scored his first sectional goal unassisted.
Defensively, Max Poray, Ryan Mills, Nate Doll, Oliver Johnson, Jacob Wiley and Logan Karn recorded another shutout.
School of the Arts won by scores of 25-22, 26-24 and 25-23.
For Keshequa, Clint Smathers served for eight points and had eight hits, Cameron Bean had eight assists with six points and four hits while
Graham Howe added six hits with five points and four assists.