Falconer Upends Chautauqua Lake

Cassadaga Valley’s Jenna Caskey (right) tries to hit through the double block put up by Forestville’s Brooke Ostrye, left, and Rhianna Nasal, middle. P-J photo by Lisa Monacell

FORESTVILLE — Cassadaga Valley remained undefeated in Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association North Division volleyball with a 26-24, 22-25, 25-23, 25-22, win over Forestville on Thursday.

Leading the Cougars (14-2, 12-0) was Jenna Caskey with 15 kills, 13 digs and four aces. Savanna Nickerson had 28 assists, four digs and an ace while Maranda Perez finished with six digs, five kills, five blocks and three aces.

“We played really well together,” Forestville coach Sonia Ortolano said of her team. “We had a few too many errors which prevented us from winning the other games. Cassadaga Valley is a competitive team, the scores were close throughout all the games. We just came up short.”

For Forestville (10-6, 9-3), Brooke Ostrye totaled 12 kills, nine aces, five blocks and four digs; CeCe Egan had six kills and three digs; and Rhianna Nasal recorded 26 assists and three digs in the loss.


SHERMAN — Nashia Duryee had four aces, two blocks, two kills and five digs while Hannah King added three kills, a block, two aces and seven digs when Clymer swept Sherman, 25-15, 25-14, 25-18, in CCAA South Division action.

Ericka Gustafson added three kills and four assists while Sydney Beal chipped in five assists and a kill for the Pirates (7-4, 5-4).

For the Wildcats (3-10, 0-10), Claudia Gratto had seven kills, six digs, two aces; Sofia Rater contributed 11 assists, two digs, two aces; and Rowan Fisher had 12 kills and two digs.



PORTVILLE — Portville trimmed Southwestern, 25-11, 25-12, 25-14, in non-league action.

Haley Unverdorben led the Panthers (13-1, 10-1 CCAA East) with 17 points, five aces and 20 assists; Sierra Keim had 10 kills; Brooke Decker had 10 kills and eight digs; and Ericka Carlson had 21 digs.

Angela Lunz notched one ace, two kills and seven digs while Abby Manelick had two aces and nine digs for the Trojans (6-11, 3-7 CCAA South).