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High School Sports Roundup

September 26, 2013
Westfield Republican / Mayville Sentinel News

Girls Volleyball

Lady T'Birds post another volleyball victory

MAYVILLE - Jenna Einink had 19 kills and 12 blocks and Ashton Albanesius 11 kills, three aces, 12 digs and two blocks as unbeaten Chautauqua Lake (4-0, 6-0) topped Forestville (3-2, 4-3), 25-16, 25-20, 23-25, 25-19 in non-league volleyball Friday.

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Fredonia’s Kyle Engel (4) settles the ball during the Sept. 18 CCAA West boys high school soccer game.

Tara Hunt delivered two kills, four aces, seven digs and 20 assists; and Katie Meadows had two kills, nine digs and 18 assists for the winners.

Alisha Szumigala had six kills, five blocks; Sierra Tweedie six kills, nine digs; Ashley Van Buskirk 10 assists and Baylee Gloss 10 digs and three aces for the Lady Hornets.

Forestville won the jayvee match, 23-25, 26-24, 25-22.

Lady Cougars yop Maple Grove for first volleyball victory

Cassadaga Valley won for the first time this season in West Division 2 girls volleyball (1-3) by recording a 25-14, 23-25, 25-15 and 25-19 victory over Maple Grove on Thursday.

Hope Zielinski had three aces, four kills and a block; Christine Seibert recorded 10 aces, three kills and four digs; and Alyssa Hahn six aces, four assists and a dig for the Lady Cougars.

Also for CV, which is 1-7 overall, Kodie Hoyt recorded four aces, an assist and four digs; and Heather Dorler had two aces, three kills and five digs.

Nicole Hemminger led Maple Grove (0-4, 0-5) with four aces and four kills; Paige Hammond had two aces, three kills and three digs; Sierra Sperenza recorded two aces, a kill and two digs; Maddy Russo had two aces and three kills; and Jazmine Hannold had five aces and four assists.

Panama sweeps Sherman

PANAMA - Led by Brittany Lenart and Karly Abbate, Panama (3-1, 4-3) swept Sherman (2-2, 2-2), 25-21, 25-12, 27-25.

Lenart scored 12 points, 10 kills, two blocks and six aces while Abbate tallied 11 points, seven assists, five aces and a dig for Panama.

Taylor Bowen aided the winning cause with nine assists, four points, two aces and a kill; Kalli Davenport had nine points, two kills and two assists; and Ally Strickland recorded seven points, an ace and two digs.

For Sherman, Natalie Houle had a kill and two aces; Katrina Christmas picked up four blocks and two kills; Bridget Yaw had three kills, two blocks and five digs; and Cadi Hannold had three blocks and six assists.

Panama took the jayvee match 25-6 and 25-4.

Chautauqua Lake defeats Clymer

MAYVILLE - Chautauqua Lake (5-0, 4-0) defeated Clymer (2-3, 2-2) 25-14, 25-10, 25-15.

Ashton Albanesius had six kills, six aces, seven digs, two assists and one block to lead the Lady Thunderbirds. Katie Meadows had four kills, four aces and five assists; Tara Hunt had three kills, two aces, eight digs and six assists; Ryleigh Hawkins recorded three kills, one ace, four dig and three blocks; Heather Sampson had two kills, two aces, one dig and two assists; and Kalishia Swoger had two kills, one dig and one assist.

For Clymer, Christy Reinwald had two kills and four digs, Breanna Summers had four points, and Amanda Einink had six digs.

Chautauqua Lake also won the junior varsity match.

Girls Tennis

Chautauqua Lake edges JHS in tennis

Second doubles Charity Ludwig and Emilie Christie defeated Ally Monfort and Kate Tucker, 6-4, 6-1, to give Chautauqua Lake (3-2, 4-2) a 3-2 West Division girls tennis victory over Jamestown (2-4, 3-4) on Friday.

Second singles Jennelle Senske and third singles Samantha Baeurs won for the other Chautauqua Lake wins.

First singles Chloe Knapp and first doubles Olivia Valone and Ellie Blixt won for Jamestown.

Chloe Knapp (J) d. Samantha Robbins-Welity, 6-3, 6-2; Jennelle Senske (CL) d. Abby Whisner, 6-3, 0-6, 6-2; Samantha Baeurs (CL) d. Kim Lindquist, 6-2, 6-0; Olivia Valone-Ellie Blixt (J) d. Megan Stahlsmith-Autumn Shuskie, 6-3, 2-6, 7-6; Charity Ludwig-Emilie Christie (CL) d. Ally Monfort-Kate Tucker, 6-4, 6-1.

Boys Soccer

Maple Grove boys post soccer shutout

Kyle Richardson recorded his third shutout of season Friday as Maple Grove beat Dunkirk, 4-0, to raise the Red Dragons' overall record to 6-1 in West Division boys soccer action.

David Meekins began the scoring with an unassisted tally at 21 minutes. Brandon Greiner scored at 24 minutes on an assist by Riley Beaton and Nick Swanson tallied the third goal at 30 minutes on assist by Andy Farnham for a 3-0 first half edge.

Greiner added his second goal at 63 minutes of the second half assisted by Greg Nelson.

Chautauqua Lake falls in OT

MAYVILLE - Chautauqua Lake jumped into the lead early, but Falconer battled back with three unanswered goals, posting a 3-2 overtime win.

The Thunderbirds (0-3, 1-4) scored first at the 29-minute mark in the first half as Abdullah Khalil tallied, assisted by Zach Weatherlow, and two minutes later, Albert Firster had an unassisted goal for the 2-0 lead.

Falconer cut the lead just before the half when Josh Fisher scored off a corner kick, assisted by Andrew Ward, and two minutes into the second half, Drew Beckerink tied the game as Tobi Culpepper assisted. Seven minutes into overtime, Fisher got the game winner as he headed in Ward's corner kick.

Trevor Dykstra recorded the win in goal for Falconer with 15 saves. James Latimer had 16 saves for the Thunderbirds.

Maple Grove tops Fredonia 2-1

The Maple Grove duo of Patrick Crossley and Brandon Griener helped lift the Red Dragons (5-1, 3-0) to a 2-1 victory over Fredonia (2-3, 1-2) on Wednesday in CCAA West boys high school soccer action.

At the 10:05 mark, Crossley scored the opening goal off a feed from Griener.

The two hooked up again later as Griener was credited with the goal and Crossley had the assist at the 68:10 mark.

With 41 seconds left in the game, the Hillbillies got on the board as Jon Saeli fed Matt Sheridan to avoid the shutout.

"It was a really fun game to watch," Fredonia coach Brett Gould said. "There were plenty of momentum changes. As the game built towards end, you could feel things shift. We are heading in the right direction. We are very pleased."

Kyle Richardson was the winning goalie with six saves while his counterpart, Morghon Thompson, made five saves in a losing effort.

The Hillbillies host Chautauqua Lake on Monday.

Girls Soccer

Lady Billies blank Lady T'birds in the rain

Rainy conditions may have slowed down the ball, but they didn't slow Fredonia's offense during its 6-0 victory over Chautauqua Lake in Saturday's CCAA West League girls soccer matchup.

"The weather conditions were absolutely terrible," Fredonia coach Cathy Cruver said. "There wasn't a whole lot of ability to dribble. Both sides spent most of their time trying to get the ball out of the water."

Morgan Genovese led the way for the Lady Hillbillies with two goals and an assist in the win.

Krista Wheelock opened the scoring for Fredonia on an unassisted goal off a corner kick.

Fredonia added four more goals in the first half to take a 5-0 lead going into halftime. Aleyna Szot followed Wheelock on an assist by Genovese. Devin Kowalewski scored on an assist by Sarah Cruver. Genovese followed with the first of her two goals.

The fifth goal of the first half was scored by Zoya Katta on an assist from Emily Mackinnon.

Scoring came to a near-halt in the second half as Genovese scored the lone goal, unassisted, to put the Lady Hillbillies on top 6-0.

Fredonia goaltender Alex Zentz needed to make only one save to earn the shutout.

"Chautauqua Lake is a class act," Cruver said. "My team had more fun (Saturday) than they did all season. Chautauqua Lake had just as much fun. The sportsmanship was phenominal and no one wanted the other team to get hurt (due to the poor field conditions). The referees even said it was a nice game to ref. It was just a fun game in the rain."

Falconer shuts out Chautauqua Lake

MAYVILLE - Emma Steele scored two goals to lead undefeated Falconer (4-0, 5-0-1) to a 4-0 victory over Chautauqua Lake in West Division girls soccer on Thursday afternoon.

Steele scored from Amber Micek at 15 minutes of the first half and from Kelly Keefe at 9:35 of the second half. The two goals gave Steele a team-leading nine.

Keefe tallied the first goal from Rhea Moore at 7:30 of the opening half and Andrea Volk recorded a goal from Randi Greene at 32:38 of the second half.

Keefe has three goals and Volk six for the season.

Macey Mays picked up the shutout with just two saves while Rachael Fortney made 16 saves in defeat.

Maple Grove rolls

The first girls soccer meeting in some time between Maple Grove and Dunkirk turned out to be a lopsided 9-1 decision for the host Lady Red Dragons.

Emma Franczak and Alison Winchester scored twice to lead the way for Maple Grove (4-1, 4-1).

Winchester scored from Emily Swanson at four minutes followed by Franczak from Winchester at six minutes and Franczak again at seven minutes from Lindsay Walters. Franczak leads the team with six goals this fall.

Thirty seconds later Winchester tallied her second goal from Swanson and Katie Braund tallied from Olivia Richardson at nine minutes for MG.

Kelsey Slate averted the shutout for Dunkirk (0-3, 1-5) on an assist from Amanda Michalski at 18 minutes.

Maple Grove added four goals in the second half.

Richardson recorded a goal from Sarah Pardue at four minutes, Swanson from Franczak at 21 minutes, Alexis Hallberg from Richardson at 25 minutes and Allison Hendricks from Richardson at 35 minutes.

Brianne Davis made only two saves for Maple Grove while Amiee Kaufman had six saves for Dunkirk.

Girls Swimming

Double winners lead Salamanca over Chautauqua Lake

MAYVILLE - Two double winners led Salamanca to a 103-82 win over Chautauqua Lake in West Division girls swimming on Thursday.

Kayla Jackson won the 200 individual medley and the 100 butterfly for the Lady Warriors while Jessica Fish was first in the 50 and 100 freestyles.

200 medley relay: Chautauqua Lake (Kara Tenpas, Jenna Weimer, Abbey Jantzi, Abbey Jopek). T- 2:12.68

200 freestyle: Abby Meek (S), Jenna Ball (S), Courtney Sherwood (S). T-2:23.83

200 IM: Kayla Jackson (S) Kara Tenpas (CL) J. Weimer (CL). T-2:40.45

50 freestyle: Jessica Fish (S), Ashley Moulton (CL) Rennee Lachajczyk (CL). T-26.79

Diving: Kirsten Elliott (CL), Molly Harrington (S) Taylor Brown (S). P-149.40

100 butterfly: Jackson (S), A. Jantzi (CL) Adrianna Cook (S). T-1:10.73

100 freestyle: Fish (S) Abbey Meek (S) A. Moulton (CL). T-1:06.85

500 freestyle: Kendra Keyser (CL), Jenna Ball (S) Courtney Sherwood (S). T-6:28.59

200 freestyle relay: Southwestern (A. Meek, K Spuce, J. Fish, K. Jackson). T-1:55.56

100 backstroke: K. Tenpas (CL) MJ Schwartz (S) Alyson Brown (S). T-1:11.62

100 breaststroke: Hannah Shurilla (S), Lindsey Bennett (CL) Jenna Weimer (CL). T-1:26.16

400 freestyle: Southwestern (Meek, Fish, J. Ball, K. Jackson). T- 4:13.11

Steele Leads Way In Falconer Win



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