WEST WINFIELD, N.Y. – The Mt. Markham Mustangs remain unbeaten following Monday’s three-game sweep of the Remsen Rams.

The Mustangs are now 9-0 after beating the Rams by scores of 25-8, 25-9 and 25-16.

Stephanie Burke had nine kills and three blocks for Mt. Markham; Morgan Stubley had 11 assists, two kills, one block, two aces and four digs; Amber Bryce had five kills and seven digs; Kaylee Barrett had four kills, one block, two aces and four digs; Lana Brindisi had five kills, one block and two digs; Gianna Placanica served four aces with three assists, one kill and one dig; Kayleigh Osborn had five assists, three digs and one ace; Jordan Treen had three aces and six digs; Michala Jones had four assists, one kill, one ace and one dig; and Alexis Tooke had four digs, one kill and one block.

Hailey Jewett had six assists and six digs for Remsen (3-7); Christina Fransman had one ace, two assists and three digs; Madelyn McCormack had four kills, one ace and three digs; Emma Skermont had four kills, one ace and four digs; Katelyn Griffith had four digs and one ace; Skylar Eaton had two digs; and Joline Griffith, Amy Perry and Raelyn Sipley each had one dig.

Mt. Markham was a 2-0 winner in junior varsity play.

DOLGEVILLE 3

OWEN D. YOUNG 0

VAN HORNESVILLE, N.Y. – The Dolgeville Blue Devils swept to a 25-14, 25-13, 25-16 win at Owen D. Young in Center State Conference crossover play Monday.

Kinsey Randall served eight aces for Dolgeville (9-2) with 13 assists, four kills and six digs; Jazzlyn Grassel had seven kills and one block; Rylee Lamphere had 10 assists, three aces and five digs; Emma Bilinski had five kills, one ace and eight digs; Meredith Minor-Foster had four kills and six digs; Breanna Potts had four kills, three aces and eight digs; Sam Hoke had four digs and one ace; Olivia Davies had five digs; and Paige Crum and Morgan Beaulieu each had four digs.

Evonna Mower had seven digs, two aces and two kills for Owen D. Young; Emma Alicajic had 11 assists; Lalaina Hula had five assists and one ace; Jacquelyn Hess had three kills and one dig; Sierra Hess had two kills and five digs; and Alexia Luke had two aces and two digs.

Dolgeville also swept the junior varsity match. Brianna Bruce had seven aces, two kills and one dig for the Blue Devils; Mackenzie Farquhar had four aces, four assists, two kills and one dig; Madisen Gorinshek had three aces, one kill, one assist and one dig; and Ashlynn Seeley had four aces and four digs.

CANASTOTA 3

LITTLE FALLS 0

CANASTOTA, N.Y. – The undefeated Canastota Raiders were 3-0 winners at home Monday against Little Falls.

The Raiders (10-0) won by scores of 26-24, 25-17 and 25-21.

Grace Bergeron had 11 kills and one block for Little Falls (7-4); Kylie Miles had 16 assists, one ace, one kill and four digs; Emma Rasch had five kills, one ace and four digs; Camber Barnett had four kills, two aces and three digs; Miranda Hubbell had five digs, two aces and two kills; Lindsey Slaboc had two kills and two digs; Jessaca DiPrimo served one ace with three digs; Jade Pendolf had four digs; Leah Shepardson had three digs; and Zoe Brown had two digs.

Loryn Wilcox had 22 assists, three kills and seven digs for Canastota and was errorless on 13 serves with four aces; Sierra Tucci had 12 kills and one ace; Raegan Fox had six kills and one block; Taylor Kutzuba had 20 digs and one ace; Logan Hood served 17-for-17 with one ace and one dig; Gracie Morris had five kills, one ace, two assists and one dig; Ally Campbell had two aces and four digs; Jillian Whaley had two kills; Gabbie Edwards had one kill; and Peyton Shirley had three digs.

Canastota’s junior varsity team was a 25-15, 25-11 winner. Karlee Gullis had five kills, four aces, four assists and three digs for Little Falls; Jordan Baumeister served five aces with five assists; Claire Petkovsek had three aces, three kills and one assist; Kamryn Koch had three aces and two digs; Hailey Stoltz had three kills, one ace and one block; Allyson Nichols and Kaydee Ambroze each had two kills and two digs; Julia Bergeron had two aces and one kill; Caileigh Barnett had one ace and three digs; Sierra Miles had four digs; and Rebecca Hyney had two digs.

COOPERSTOWN 3

FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 0

COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. – The Cooperstown Hawkeyes were winners in three games Monday against Frankfort-Schuyler’s Maroon Knights.

Cooperstown (6-3) won by scores of 25-15, 25-10 and 25-9.

Frankfort Schuyler is now 1-8.