DANSVILLE — Host Dansville avenged an earlier season loss to Livonia as the Lady Mustangs dominated the first two sets Thursday before finishing the Lady Bulldogs off in the fourth set in LCAA D-I action.

Taylor Mann had a standout game serving for 14 points with one ace, 16 digs and four assists while teammate Tessa Gregorius served for eight points with two aces, 18 digs and 15 assists as host Dansville earned the four-set victory over Livonia Thursday.

Dansville eased past Livonia in the first two sets — 25-10 and 25-12 — to take the 2-0 lead.

Livonia would rally for the 29-27 victory in game three before Dansville put the game on ice with the 25-12 victory in the fourth.

Also for Dansville, Ray Young served for 11 points and added eight kills; Brooke Coombs served for 14 points with four aces and seven kills while Emma Heiman added eight digs and six kills. Erin Patanella chipped in with four kills while Kiersten Kennedy served for four points and added 12 digs while Kayla Abbott added four digs.

For Livonia (4-5), Lacey Williamson had four kills while Sara Johnson added six digs.

Livingston Conference


Cal Mum pulled out the four-set victory at Geneseo Thursday night winning 21-25, 25-18, 25-23, and 25-21.

Leading the way was senior Haley Sherwood with 10 kills and four aces while classmate Olivia Woodward added 10 kills with five digs and three aces.

Senior setter Mackenzie Stetzenmeyer handed out 28 assists with six aces, six digs and two kills while sophomore Maddy DeVore added 10 kills, six digs and three aces.

For Geneseo, Bianca Willis had 10 digs while Maggie Kennedy had four kills.

“The games were close and competitive,” Cal-Mum coach Dave Tytler said.

Cal Mum improved to 4-2 while Geneseo fell to 1-5.


Host Pavilion (6-1) played one of their best games of the season as they swept York winning 25-16, 25-16, and 25-6 in LCAA D-III action.

Karlee Zinkievich sparked the big night with eight kills, eight digs and seven aces while Adeline Milligan had 12 digs to go with nine aces and nine kills.

Lauren Kingsley also had a monster game with 11 kills, four aces, and two blocks while Shannon Campbell had 27 assists.

“Everything was clicking tonight,” Pavilion coach Rex Eighmey said. “We served tough, played tough defense and transitioned to our offense with Shannon Campbell distributing the ball to all our hitters.”

York is 4-2.


Visiting Avon picked up the victory as seniors Essie Levendusky, Ava Hubbard and Ella Vanderbilt led the way as the undefeated Braves improved to 5-0 with the four-set victory.

Avon won by scores of 25-20, 25-15, 23-25, 25-16.

Levendusky led the way with 33 assists while Hubbard added a double-double of 12 digs and 11 kills. Vanderbilt also came up huge with 14 digs, 11 kills, two digs and two blocks.

For Warsaw, Miyah Annis Jones had 15 assists and two aces, while Deanna Johnson-Meyers chipped in with six kills and two blocks for the Tigers (3-3).


Leah Fisher dished out 16 assists with four digs and three aces while Hailey Evans added 12 digs with five kills as Perry swept Way-Co.

Lea White added six aces, five digs and two kills for Perry, who won by scores of 25-20, 25-16 and 25-23.

Way-Co was led by Hannah Fairbrother who had eight kills, three aces and two digs.

Genesee Region


Madison Shonitsky had 10 digs to go with eight kills and seven assists while teammate Lauren Pilon had nine digs with six kills and two aces as host Kendall earned the three-set sweep over Pembroke Thursday night in Genesee Region action.

Kendall, who improved to 4-3 on the season, won by scores of 25-21, 25-19 and 25-20.

Karlee Robb also helped the cause as she contributed four kills, four aces, and two digs.


Lexi Vurraro had 14 assists to go with four kills, four aces and three digs while Julia Pangrazio had six kills, four digs and three aces as Byron-Bergen improved to 7-1 on the season with the four-set victory.

B-B won by scores of 25-8, 25-21, 25-17 over the Hornets.

Grace Huhn added five digs, four aces and three kills while Kelly Ireland and Jorie Strzelecki each added seven service aces.

O-A (1-5) was led by Megan Johnson with seven aces, four assists and two kills while Colbi Heineman added two kills.


Hailie Kramer had six kills and three aces while Sam Sawyer had six kills and four aces as the Lady Trojans improved to 8-1 on the season with their clean sweep over Elba Thursday.

Alexander won by scores of 25-10, 25-15 and 25-9.

Alyssa Kramer chipped in with eight aces for Alexander.


Notre Dame was led by Lindsey Weidman with 10 kills and eight digs while Amelia McCulley tallied nine kills with five digs and three blocks,

Maggie Monachino added eight digs while Loretta Sorochty contributed six digs and three aces.

Notre Dame is 3-2.

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