LITTLE FALLS 3, MOHAWK 1
The Mohawk Mohicans pushed Little Falls to a fourth game before dropping a 3-1 decision to the Mounties Wednesday.
The Mounties took a 2-0 lead and recovered after Game 3 to close out a 25-7, 25-13, 22-25, 25-14 victory.
Kaleigh Warn served 11 aces for Little Falls (3-9, 2-3 CSC-II) with 12 kills and three digs; Tess Krowicki had nine kills, two assists, two aces and five digs; Erin Noyes had 12 assists, one ace, one kill and two digs; Liz Bruins had four kills; Diana Torres had 13 assists and an ace; Laura Krowicki had five aces and four kills; Kyrah Jackson had a kill and a block; Paige Horender had nine digs and two aces; Lindsey Tolman served one ace; and Kourtney Moser had two kills.
Noel Newkirk had three kills, an ace, two assists and two digs for Mohawk (4-9, 3-3 CSC-II); Cassidy Babcock had three aces and two digs; and Megan Connor had two kills and two blocks.
HAMILTON 3, MT. MARKHAM 2
HAMILTON, N.Y. — The Hamilton Emerald Knights came back from a 2-0 deficit top beat Mt. Markham in five games Wednesday.
Mt. Markham led 21-15 in the decisive fifth game but Hamilton won 10 of the next 12 points to close out a 21-25, 16-25, 25-18, 25-19, 25-23 victory.
Brianna Wichowsky had 24 assists, 21 digs, five aces and three kills for Mt. Markham (8-4, 3-4 CSC-III); Taylor Wool had 21 digs and four aces; Bridget Wilcox had 10 kills, one block, 32 digs and three aces; Emily Timian had 10 kills, five blocks, four aces and eight digs; and Sammie Kinne had 16 digs, three aces and two kills.
Clara Jones had 13 kills, one block, three aces, 1 assist and eight digs for Hamilton (8-3, 4-1 CSC-III); Emily Jones had eight kills, one assist and 11 digs; Hannah Bodnar had 20 assists, two kills and three digs; and Carrie VonMuench had 19 digs, three aces, two assists and a kill.
Mt. Markham was a 2-1 junior varsity winner.
DOLGEVILLE 3, FRANKFORT-SCHUYLER 0
DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. — Dolgeville swept three games from Frankfort-Schuyler for a 25-20, 25-15, 25-23 victory Wednesday.
Ashley Metter had 14 kills, 12 digs, 11 assists and three aces for Dolgeville (9-5, 6-0 CSC-II); Mikey Rubas had eight kills, four aces and two digs; Emily Young had 17 assists, eight digs and two aces; Kiersten Manchester had 11 digs; Emily Briggs had six kills and two digs; Abby Mosenthin had four kills, an ace, two assists and four digs; Chelsea Bennett had three aces and six digs; Taylor Brandow had four kills and a dig; Annabelle Lee had two assists, two kills and three digs; Rachael Randall had six digs; and Courtney Rachon had three digs.
Mindy Murdock had three aces and five digs for Frankfort-Schuyler (5-7, 2-4 CSC-II); Alyssa Unsinn had five kills, a block, three aces and 12 digs; Brianna Manzo had three aces, three assists, one kill and seven digs; and Jannelle Pyle had four aces, a kill and 12 digs.
Page 2 of 2 - Dolgeville won the junior varsity match in three games by scores of 25-7, 22-25, 25-15. Camilla Rios had five aces and a kill for Dolgeville; Kaylee Brandow had two aces and two kills; Cheyanne Sullivan served three aces; Courtney Normoyle had five aces, two kills, six assists and four digs; Emily Krasko had three aces and three digs; Emilie Bode had five kills and four aces; and Katie Millard had two aces, two kills and two assists.
HOLLAND PATENT 3, ILION 0
HOLLAND PATENT, N.Y. — The Holland Patent Golden Knights defeated Ilion’s Golden Bombers 3-0 Wednesday.
The Golden Knights won 25-10, 26-24, 25-13.
Samantha Bond had four kills, one ace and one dig for Ilion (0-9, 0-6 CSC-I); Cayla Carrillo had one ace and two digs; Nickee Thibault had four assists, one ace, one kill, one block and one dig; and Kacey Visser had five kills, three blocks, one ace, one assist and one dig.
Katlynn Savage served nine aces with 10 assists and two digs for Holland Patent (9-4, 4-3 CSC-I); Adrienne Lyon had nine assists and one ace; Jessica Pinto had 10 kills, two blocks and one dig; and Taylor Greenway had four aces, four kills and three digs.
Holland Patent swept two games in the junior varsity match.
CANASTOTA 3, ADIRONDACK 2
BOONVILLE, N.Y. — Playing on the road against Adirondack Wednesday, the Canastota Raiders came back from a 2-0 deficit and defeated the Wildcats 3-2 to maintain their hold on first place in Division I of the Center State Conference.
The 21-25, 25-27, 25-22, 25-22, 25-19 victory kept Canastota’s record perfect in league play.
Melissa Krak had 10 kills and 13 digs for Canastota (11-1, 7-0 CSC-I); Maureen Krak had 32 assists, three kills, an ace and 18 digs; Grace Campbell had 23 kills and eight digs; and Jesse Boswell served 25-for-25 with an ace and had 23 digs and three kills.
Katarina Candee had 19 kills, three blocks, two aces and 16 digs for Adirondack (9-2, 5-2 CSC-I); Amber Case had 32 assists, two kills, an ace and a dig; Elizabeth Riegler had 17 kills, three blocks, an ace and 23 digs; and Kylie Kaiding had 28 digs, five kills and an ace.
Canastota was a 2-1 junior varsity winner.
Compiled From Times Staff Reports