B’ville boys volleyball has 1-1 start

Bees drop five-set classic to Oswego; girls still unbeaten

Back from tournament action at Burnt Hills, the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team continued to have little difficult with local CNY Counties League foes.

The Bees got a stringent enough challenge in last Monday’s match at Fayetteville-Manlius, but still did enough to sail past the Hornets 25-18, 25-15, 25-20.

Meghann Smith set a new season mark with 25 assists, spreading them around to several front-line players, especially Madison Whitney, who led B’ville with nine kills.

Four other B’ville players – Rachel Aiello, Amanda May, Melissa Voyer and Riley Carlucci – each picked up five kills, with Carlucci adding three blocks and May two blocks. Caryn Salce and Meghan Andre each gained three digs.

B’ville got more of a challenge from visiting West Genesee on Wednesday night, close in one set and pushed beyond the limit in another – but still pulling off yet another sweep, toppling the Wildcats 25-21, 25-12, 27-25.

Quietly, the front line continued to improve, as Whitney again produced nine kills, plus two aces and four digs. Shayna Webber gained eight kills, while Voyer got seven kills and four blocks. Aiello had six kills, plus three digs. Smith fed all of them with her 28 assists as Andre earned three aces and three digs.

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