Again, Katie McGraw was a defensive standout, recording 17 digs. Kelsey Matukas added seven digs as Annaleigh Gedney produced 12 assists, two blocks and four digs. Delaney Martin had a team-best six kills, while Abby Bornstein had three kills, two aces and five digs.
Marcellus had its own sweep in last Tuesday’s match against fall newcomer Jamesville-DeWitt, rolling through the first two sets 25-15 and 25-13 before completing the sweep 25-22 in the third set.
Allie Massara set the pace for the Mustangs with seven kills and 11 digs. Devan Landers and Hannah O’Brien each had five kills, with Landers adding five blocks.
Brittney Valentine, who had 10 digs, and Jennie Delia, who finished with nine digs, aided on the defensive side. Anna Smith got nine assists. Jessica Cost managed seven assists, three kills and two aces.
In Friday’s meet at Cazenovia, the Mustangs split the first two sets, but used that defeat in the second to take full command as it blazed past the Lakers 25-18, 20-25, 25-8, 25-11.
Massara, with 27 digs, and Valentine, with 25 digs, both excelled in keeping points alive. Cost did it all with 16 assists, five kills, four aces and seven digs, while Smith added seven assists. Landers put away nine kills as O’Brien added five kills and Delia earned 10 digs.
Solvay earned its second win of the season last Tuesday against Bishop Ludden, needing just three sets to put away the Gaelic Knights 25-14, 25-8, 25-20.
Jackie Gardner was versatile for the Bearcats, earning eight assists, five kills, four digs and two aces. Jackie Allen helped with four kills, three aces and seven digs, while Leslie Santos-Gonzalez had three kills and four digs. Lauren Bandera had three assists. On Ludden’s side, Cassie Griglock had four kills and Jill Kompf added five assists.