Through it all, LaComb had 22 assists and nine digs. Shackleton again had 15 digs, to go with six kills, while Holzhauer had seven kills and 15 digs. Allen put up five kills and seven blocks, with Harris producing 17 digs and Swete adding 10 digs.
Solvay fell to Skaneateles 25-14, 25-8, 25-9, as Lydia Bakowski finished with 16 digs, getting defensive help from Kiersten DiBello (nine digs, three aces), Leslie Santos (eight digs) and Jackie Gardner (six digs). Lauren Bandera managed four assists.
The Bearcats did sweep Syracuse’s Institute of Technology Central 25-8, 25-9, 25-11 Thursday night. Gardner amassed 10 assists, six kills and four digs, while Bandera put together five aces and six assists. Heather Thompson matched Gardner with six kills and Brenna Poli added five kills.
Westhill played Phoenix on Thursday and won a one-sided opening set, 25-12. On the brink of going up 2-0, the Warriors lost the second set 26-24 and watched as the Firebirds took the next two sets by scores of 25-22 and 25-19.
Annaleigh Gedney put together 23 assists, adding seven digs. Katie McGraw (14 digs) and Abby Bornstein (13 digs) defended well, with Laura Nanno adding 12 digs to go with seven kills.
Emily Persons got 10 digs as Abbey Townley had five kills and four aces. Carrie Griffo put up four kills and three blocks, with McGraw managing five aces and Bornstein five kills. Clarissa Sterly contributed four kills.
Bishop Ludden fell to ITC 25-14, 25-18, 25-21, though Micaela Dixon had seven aces, three kills and three blocks and Jackie Lovell put up seven aces, four assists and three digs. In a 25-9, 25-19, 25-14 loss to Cazenovia, Calleigh Bishop had seven digs, while Lovell got four aces and five assists.