FALCONER - Third-seeded Falconer (10-6) will be moving on to the Section 6 Class C quarterfinals next week after outlasting No. 19 Gowanda in prequarterfinal volleyball action on Friday, posting a 3-1 win with games of 25-13, 25-15, 23-25 and 25-18.
For the Lady Golden Falcons, Alyssa Brooks collected 16 kills, Kaylei Russell added 11 aces and five kills, and Kalynn Swanson had 28 assists and nine aces.
Falconer will play the winner of Fredonia-Wilson match.
Falconer’s Dannon Pischera digs a ball during Friday’s Section 6 Class C prequarterfinal volleyball match against Gowanda. See additional photos at cu.post-journal.com.
P-J?photo by Valory S. Isaacson
LADY TROJANS ROLL
No. 5 Southwestern took on No. 12 Lackawanna and the Lady Trojans (13-6) rolled to a 25-10, 25-10, 25-11 victory.
Leading the way for Southwestern was Kara Schutte, who posted 10 aces and six assists. Maddy Alexander had six aces and 13 assists, Sally Rudny added six aces and 10 kills, and Carlie Carlson had eight kills.
Southwestern will play Tuesday against the East-Medina winner.
RANDOLPH - Second-seeded Randolph's winning ways continued the Lady Cardinals improved to 16-2 while making their way to the quarterfinals after sweeping No. 15, 25-14, 25-11, 25-14.
Leading the way for Randolph was Mckenna Maycock, who produced 26 kills, two aces and four digs. Alexis Terrette had 16 assists and seven digs, Cierra Farmer added five kills and five blocks, and Miranda Gross had 16 assists.
Kayce Abers had two kills and two blocks, Aleah Fancher added two kills and Aaren Waterman had two blocks for the Lady Panthers.
Randolph will now host No. 7 Cattaraugus-Little Valley on Tuesday.
MAYVILLE - Top-ranked Chautauqua Lake played host to No. 16 West Valley (8-12) and the Lady Thunderbirds improved to 16-0 with a 25-16, 25-16, 25-21 victory.
For the winners, Jenna Einink delivered 15 kills, two aces, nine digs, two assists and six blocks, Ashton Albanesius added eight kills, seven digs and three blocks, Kylee Braymiller had five kills and seven digs, Katie Meadows contributed four kills, an ace, nine digs, 12 assists and a block, and Tara Hunt had an ace, eight digs and 19 assists.
For West Valley, Kenzie Czapla had 21 digs and Madison Czapla came through with four kills.
Chautauqua Lake will now host Forestville on Tuesday in the quarterfinals.
CATTARAUGUS - Sara Crandall had 17 kills, four aces and eight digs as seventh-ranked Cattaraugus-Little Valley (15-4) swept No. 10 Holland, 25-13, 25-15 and 25-21.
Also for the winners, Jessica Chard had seven kills, two aces and five digs, Ashlee Harvey added seven kills and one block, and Alssia Goodwill had 26 assists and four digs.