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The Telegram
  • BOYS' VOLLEYBALL: Canastota sweeps Herkimer in Magicians' opener

  • JANUARY 8 BOYS' VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP



    Canastota swept three games at home Tuesday and spoiled the Herkimer Magicians’ season-opening match.



    Canastota’s Raiders earned their first win of the season by scores of 25-10, 25-17 and 25-7.



    (ALSO: Little Falls 3, Westmoreland 1.)

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  • CANASTOTA 3, HERKIMER 0
    Canastota swept three games at home Tuesday and spoiled the Herkimer Magicians’ season-opening match.
    Canastota’s Raiders earned their first win of the season by scores of 25-10, 25-17 and 25-7.
    Zach Rosenberger had three kills, an ace and four digs for Herkimer (0-1); Michael Stalteri had three assists and a dig; Colin Acker had six digs; and
    Chris Burns had an ace, a kill and a dig.
    Josh Whaley served nine aces with a kill and two digs for Canastota (1-1); Avery Brennen had 12 kills, a block and four aces, 12 kills, 1 block; Brandon Pickard had 10 assists, an ace and two digs; and Elijah Cary had three aces, three kills and two digs.
    LITTLE FALLS 3, WESTMORELAND 0
    WESTMORELAND, N.Y. — The Little Falls Mounties spotted Westmoreland the first game Tuesday but came back to beat the Bulldogs on four on the road.
    The Mounties were 24-26, 25-13, 25-18, 25-14 winners in their second match of the young season.
    Mat Armlin had 17 kills, three aces and two assists for Little Falls (2-0); Vinny Visconti had 16 assists, two kills and an ace; Kyle Barnes had nine assists and two aces; David Stephenson and Mitchell Smith each had four kills; and Tre Demeree had two kills.
    Jake Landry had seven kills, seven assists, three aces and three digs for Westmoreland (0-1); James Marchesani had 12 assists, three aces, a kill and a dig; Jeremy Paine had five kills; and Tim Harrison had six kills.
    Westmoreland was a 2-0 winner in junior varsity play.
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports
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