LYNDONVILLE — Visiting Notre Dame improved to 4-0 on the season as the Fighting Irish swept Lyndonville in three sets, winning 25-10, 25-17 and 25-15 in Genesee Region action Wednesday.

It was another team effort that led the way as Sarah McGinnis had six service aces with three digs while Amelia McCulley had eight kills. Lindsey Weidman tallied five kills and two blocks while Avelin Tomidy contributed three kills.

Undefeated Notre Dame will host Pembroke Friday.

Genesee Region


Visiting Attica (4-1) won their fourth straight game as the Blue Devils swept Elba Wednesday.

Scores were 25-12, 25-20 and 25-17.

For Attica, Ellie Cusmano had five aces and three kills while Ellie Newell had 11 assists and three aces.

Natalie Perl added five kills while teammate Emily Gadd had three blocks and two aces.

For Elba, Laci Sewar and Miah Werth each had four kills while Taylor Augello served up two aces.


Holley won by scores of 25-15, 25-17 and 25-18 as the Hawks improved to 1-3 on the season.

Oakfield-Alabama was led by Megan Johnson with six assists and four digs while Colbi Heineman had four kills and one ace.


After falling in their second set by just two points to Kendall, Byron-Bergen turned up the heat.

The Bees went on to outscore Kendall 25-9 and 25-12 to win in four sets Wednesday.

B-B won the first set 25-18 before dropping a 24-26 decision in the second.

Senior Julia Pangrazio led the way with 15 digs, seven kills and three aces while classmate Kelly Ireland added seven digs, six kills and five aces as the Bees celebrated senior night in Byron-Bergen.

Teammates Lexi Vurraro had a big game with 23 assists and seven aces while Madelynn Pimm added seven kills, four aces and three digs as the Bees improved to 4-1.

Kendall (2-2) was led by Lauren Pilon with 15 digs and five kills while Taigan Guerrero had 11 digs.


Alexander picked up the easy win in three sets — 25-19, 25-10 and 25-10 over the Wildcats.

Rylie Merle led the Trojans with 10 kills and four aces while Hailie Kramer had six kills and three aces.

Alexander is 4-1.

Non League


Freshman Lillie Capecci led Livonia with 14 assists and four service 4 aces while Elaina Palmeri added five aces, two kills and two digs as host Livonia (2-1) swept SOTA in non league action Wednesday.

Lacey Williamson also had a big game with five aces and three kills as Livonia won 25-11, 25-17 and 25-15.

SOTA was led by Natalie Buzzell’s five assists and eight points.

Boys Volleyball


Ty Heineman tallied 10 digs and eight kills while Evan Amberger added seven kills and two blocks as Pavilion/York won in four sets over Keshequa.

Scores were 25-11, 25-16, 11-25 and 25-12 as P/Y improved to 2-2 on the season.

Cole Tillotson dished out 17 assists with four digs while Logan Hawthorne chipped in with five digs.

Keshequa (1-2) was led by Jacob Gibson with seven service points, four kills and three blocks while Cameron Bean served for 12 points with 10 assists.

Peter Betts contributed three kills and two blocks for the Indians.

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