The larger crowd saw a terrific match where the Bees held on in each set, pushed there by Chris Drain, who gathered up 29 assists. Calnan had 10 kills, while Kevin Drain had six kills and six blocks, Schmidt added eight blocks and DeMarco picked up five kills. Racha contributed four kills and Weber gained six digs.
To start off another successful week, Baldwinsville’s girls team hosted West Genesee, only sweating a bit in the third set, but still managing the 25-13, 25-10, 25-23 sweep of the Wildcats.
Madison Whitney had a career-best nine kills, one of 11 different players to get at least one spike before it was done as Allegra Lee Bell added six kills and two aces.
Maureen Thayer picked up 25 assists and four aces, while Whitney had three aces. Maddy Price, Sarah Herman and Karley Gutchess gained four kills apiece.
A day later, the Bees swept Henninger 25-8, 25-10, 25-14. Thayer earned seven aces to go with her 12 assists, while Rachel Aiello managed five aces and four assists. Caryn Salce also had four aces as Bell and Lexi Lagoy got four kills apiece. Price and Melissa Voyer each had three kills.