WATERVILLE, N.Y. – The Little Falls Mounties were 3-0 winners Wednesday at Waterville.
The Mounties (3-1) swept to a 25-19, 25-10, 25-20 victory in their final match before the start of league play in Division II of the Center State Conference.
Grace Bergeron had 12 kills, one block, two aces and two digs for Little Falls; Kylie Miles had 16 assists, three aces and one dig; Emma Rasch served five aces with three digs; Miranda Hubbell had three aces, two kills and five digs; Mackenzie Harrington had four kills; Camber Barnett had three kills and two digs; Lindsey Slaboc had one kill and two digs; Leah Shepardson had one assist and two digs; Zoe Brown had one kill and one dig; and Jessaca DiPrimo had two digs.
Gwyneth Williams had 10 assists, one ace and seven digs for Waterville (2-2); Emily Rotach had four aces and five digs; Megan Williams had two kills, one ace and three digs; Mia Bridge had two kills, one ace and two digs; and Amber Bechy had four digs, one ace and one kill.
The junior varsity Mounties were 25-21, 19-25, 25-11 winners in three games. Claire Petkovsek had seven kills, six aces and two digs for Little Falls; Jordan Baumeister had seven assists, three aces, two kills and two digs; Karlee Gullis had three aces, three assists, one kill and two digs; Hailey Stoltz had three kills and three aces; Allyson Nichols served two aces; Julia Bergeron had two kills; and Kamryn Koch had one kill and two digs.
Little Falls opens league play Monday against Frankfort-Schuyler.
REMSEN, N.Y. – The Dolgeville Blue Devils swept three games from the Remsen Rams Wednesday.
The unbeaten Blue Devils (3-0) won by scores of 25-22, 25-16 and 25-9.
Kinsey Randall had six aces, seven assists, three kills and eight digs for Dolgeville; Emma Bilinski had five kills, three aces and nine digs; Jazzlyn Grassel had six kills, one block, one assist and three digs; Rylee Lamphere had 10 assists, two aces, two kills and six digs; Breanna Potts had three aces, two kills, one block and seven digs; Olivia Davies had one ace and seven digs; Morgan Beaulieu had nine digs; Meredith Minor-Foster had two kills and one.
Emma Skermont had seven kills for Remsen (0-3); Madelyn McCormack had four kills, one ace and eight digs; Hailey Jewett had nine assists and one ace; Christa Fransman had three assists; Joline Lehman and Kylie Singer each had one ace and one kill; Katelyn Griffith had three digs; McKenna Jones and Raelyn Sipley each had one kill; and Amy Perry and Elise Thompson each had one dig.
Dolgeville was a 25-15, 25-17 winner in junior varsity play. Brianna Bruce had five aces and three kills for the Blue Devils; Madison Gorinshek had four aces, three assists, one kill and three digs; and Mackenzie Farquhar served three aces with two kills, one assist and one dig.
The Blue Devils play at Herkimer Friday.
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VAN HORNESVILLE, N.Y. – The Cooperstown Hawkeyes dropped the opening game on the road Wednesday but came back to beat Owen D. Young’s Wildcats in five.
The Hawkeyes (2-1) were 24-26, 25-18, 25-15, 8-25, 25-11 winners.
Maddie Hurysz had 12 kills and two assists for Cooperstown; Aimee Cook had 12 kills and one assist; Kaitlin Curtis had 11 kills and four assists; and Natalie Brotherton had 30 assists and three kills.
Evonna Mower had six kills, five blocks and 15 digs for Owen D. Young (0-1) in its first match of the season; Sierra Hess had 14 digs and served four aces; Jackie Thompson had nine digs, one ace and one assist; and Lalaina Hula had seven digs and two aces.
Owen D. Young takes on the Utica Academy of Science Wednesday. Cooperstown’s next Match is Dec. 14 at Sauquoit Valley.
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FRANKFORT, N.Y. – The Frankfort-Schuyler Maroon Knights won for the first time this season Wednesday when they defeated New York Mills in four games.
The Maroon Knights (1-3) were 25-18, 24-26, 25-17, 25-18 winners on their home court.
Jayde Travis had seven kills, one block, four aces and three digs for Frankfort-Schuyler; Korin Mucurio had nine assists and two aces; Alissa Usyk had two kills, one ace and four digs; and MaKenzie Williams had four digs and one ace.
Angela Chen served four aces with two kills and one dig for the Marauders (0-2); Kaitlyn Carman had four kills and one ace; Camilla Esposito had three aces and one kill; Morgan McGauley served two aces; Rachel Downs had two kills and one dig; and Nina Fallon had three kills.
The Maroon Knights play at Clinton Friday.