CV still undefeated in league; Brocton and N. Collins win

Tuesday saw a full schedule of high school girls volleyball in the CCAA North division. Left, Maranda Perez (14) of Cassadaga Valley tries to tip around the block put up by Krystel Schwab (8) of Silver Creek. Right, Dunkirk’s Aaliyah Bass (9) gets into a battle at the net with Brocton-Westfield’s Jypsi Eidens (10) and Hannah Hoebner.

Tuesday saw a full schedule of high school girls volleyball in the CCAA North division. Left, Maranda Perez (14) of Cassadaga Valley tries to tip around the block put up by Krystel Schwab (8) of Silver Creek. Right, Dunkirk’s Aaliyah Bass (9) gets into a battle at the net with Brocton-Westfield’s Jypsi Eidens (10) and Hannah Hoebner.

SILVER CREEK — Cassadaga Valley girls volleyball stayed undefeated in CCAA North play as it defeated Silver Creek 3-1 on Tuesday. The game scores were 25-12, 19-25, 25-17, 25-12.

Jenna Caskey led the Lady Cougars (13-2, 11-0) with 13 kills and five digs, while Savannah Nickerson added 21 assists and Maranda Perez had four kills and three aces.

For Silver Creek, Krystal Schwab had 12 digs and four kills, while Cassandra Pillard had eight digs and Kiera Brennan had four kills.

“Cassadaga, obviously their record is 11-0, is good and they have tough hitters,” Silver Creek coach Bridget Case said. “My team played tough. They’ll take from this and hopefully take this into playoffs.”

It was senior night for Silver Creek as Schwab, Pillard and Lauren Grover were honored.

Tuesday saw a full schedule of high school girls volleyball in the CCAA North division. Left, Maranda Perez (14) of Cassadaga Valley tries to tip around the block put up by Krystel Schwab (8) of Silver Creek. Right, Dunkirk’s Aaliyah Bass (9) gets into a battle at the net with Brocton-Westfield’s Jypsi Eidens (10) and Hannah Hoebner.

Tuesday saw a full schedule of high school girls volleyball in the CCAA North division. Left, Maranda Perez (14) of Cassadaga Valley tries to tip around the block put up by Krystel Schwab (8) of Silver Creek. Right, Dunkirk’s Aaliyah Bass (9) gets into a battle at the net with Brocton-Westfield’s Jypsi Eidens (10) and Hannah Hoebner.

“They are leaders this season,” Case added.

Silver Creek will play at Brocton and Cassadaga Valley will travel to Forestville on Thursday.

Brocton 25 25 16 22 25

Dunkirk 17 23 25 25 15

The Dunkirk Lady Marauders forced a fifth game after going down 2-0, but were unable to complete the comeback against the Brocton-Westfield Lady Bulldogs Tuesday in a CCAA North match.

“We’ve been playing better lately, trying to cut down on unforced errors, and we did a good job on that,” Brocton-Westfield coach Andy Deakin said. “Dunkirk did a nice job fighting back after the first two games, but we got the momentum in the fifth game and were able to hold on to it.”

Sophia DeMarco led the Lady Bulldogs (2-15, 2-9) with 13 kills, five aces, three blocks, two assists and one dig. “DeMarco played a really strong game at the net,” Deakin said.

Jypsi Eidens chipped in seven kills, seven aces and two blocks for Brocton-Westfield.

Dunkirk was led by Ashley Colon’s eight kills and Alexis Tofil’s seven kills.

The Lady Marauders are back on the court today in Jamestown.

North Collins 25 25 25

Fredonia 19 11 17

NORTH COLLINS — North Collins (8-6 overall, 7-4 league) defended the Eagles’ nest on Tuesday as it swept Fredonia (3-10, 3-8) 3-0: 25-19, 25-11, 25-17.

MaKenna Williams set up the Eagles in the CCAA North matchup with 20 assists as Deanne Wilson had 10 kills and Irene Macaluso had eight kills.

For Fredonia, Mackenzie Markham had two kills, three blocks and three digs.

“We played very well tonight,” North Collins coach Dave Burgstahler said. “We had all of our players healthy and eligible to play, that was key. We played some of the best defense that we played in a while. We still made error, but we were more aggressive going after the ball. MaKenna set a great game. She is only a freshman. She is set a good game.”

Burgstahler is usually cautious after wins, however, in the win on Tuesday, the coach saw a strong team meeting its peak.

“It’s progressions,” he said. “It’s continuing to work hard at practice. We have everybody healthy and able to attend. That helps a lot.”

North Collins will travel to Dunkirk to face the Marauders on Thursday and Fredonia will host Gowanda on Wednesday.

Forestville 25 20 25 25

Gowanda 19 25 17 17

GOWANDA — The Forestville Lady Hornets volleyball team (10-5 overall, 9-2 league) took the win on the road against Gowanda (6-6, 6-5), 3-1, in CCAA North play.

Mckenzie Press led the way for the Lady Hornets with seven aces and three kills. Brooke Ostrye added 21 kills and six blocks, while Rhianna Nasal had 24 assists.

For Gowanda, Megan Gominiak had five kills and four blocks, while Miya Scanlan had 10 kills and one block.

“We started out slow and we didn’t do well at all. We didn’t play to our potential,” Gowanda coach Ray Logan said. “Forestville played real well. They got moving and got tougher and tougher.”

Logan stated that his team struggled with passing and had unforced errors that attributed to Forestville’s strong play.

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