Fredonia may be playing its best volleyball of the season following Wednesday's Class C playoff win over Tonawanda, at Fredonia High School.
The No. 16 Lady Hillbillies had little trouble with the No. 17 Lady Warriors, winning by scores of 25-17, 25-20, 25-13.
"The thing about my team is they never quit," Fredonia coach Chris Anderson said. "They've never given up. They fought all season and I wasn't surprised to see them play as well as they did tonight."
Makenzie Tarnowski led the team with nine kills and a pair of aces.
Aces were the name of the game for the Lady Hillbillies as Margaret Wright and Alyssa Crespo combined for nine to go with their eight kills.
Maddie Crandall really set the tempo for the offense with 15 assists, two aces and three kills.
Fredonia won't get any rest as it returns to action today against the No. 1 seed in Class C, City Honors.
Dunkirk 23 25 21 25 25
Maple Grove 25 17 25 20 13
Khee Nance had 16 kills, eight digs, three aces and a block to help Dunkirk (9-10, 2-10) to a non-league volleyball win, after the Lady Marauders dropped Maple Grove 23-25, 25-17, 21-25, 25-20, 25-13, Wednesday, at Dunkirk High School.
Lacey Clark chipped in 32 assists, five kills, four blocks, four digs and three aces while Alexis Clark added 12 kills, five aces, three blocks and three digs while Sarah Hanlon charted eight kills, two digs, an ace and a dig.
Nickara Liddell had eight kills a block and an ace to lead the Lady Red Dragons while Taylor Satalino had seven kills and two aces. Jessie Babbage chipped in two kills and an ace in the loss.