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  • GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL: Mohawk pulls out 3-2 win against Remsen

  • JANUARY 9 GIRLS' VOLLEYBALL ROUNDUP Mohawk let a two games-to-none lead slip away Wednesday before pulling out a 3-2 victory against the Remsen Rams. The Mohicans dropped games 3 and 4 but won the fifth and claimed a 25-15, 25-22, 12-25, 21-25, 25-17 victory....
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    Mohawk let a two games-to-none lead slip away Wednesday before pulling out a 3-2 victory against the Remsen Rams.
    The Mohicans dropped games 3 and 4 but won the fifth and claimed a 25-15, 25-22, 12-25, 21-25, 25-17 victory.
    Noel Newkirk had four blocks, four kills, four aces, seven assists and seven digs for Mohawk (4-6); Marisa Holden served three aces; Megan Connor had four aces, four kills, a block and two digs; and Cassidy Babcock served four aces with two kills.
    Melanie Carlson had 10 kills, an ace and 12 digs for Remsen (4-4); Melissa Hallenback served seven aces with three kills and nine digs; Hailey Paddock had nine kills, four aces and a dig; and Ida Pelttari had 16 assists, three aces and a kill.
    Mohawk plays Dolgeville Friday.
    SHERBURNE, N.Y. — Trailing on the road after losing Game 1 at Sherburne-Earlville Wednesday, the Mt. Markham Mustangs came back to beat the Marauders 3-1.
    The Mustangs defeated Sherburne-Earlville by scores of 17-25, 25-19, 25-16 and 26-24.
    Emily Timian had 11 kills, three blocks and two aces for Mt. Markham (7-3); Brianna Wichowsky had 15 assists, one ace, two kills and 10 digs; Bridget Wilcox had eight kills, three aces and 16 digs; Olivia Thomson had three aces and six digs; Taylor Wool had four aces and five digs; Carryn Williams had three kills; Megan Wool had three digs; Kaleigh Bryce had one ace, two kills, one assist and one dig; and Courtney Thompson had one block and one dig.
    Mt. Markham next plays Friday at Cooperstown.
    VAN HORNESVILLE — The Herkimer Magicians traveled to Owen D. Young Wednesday and defeated the Wildcats 3-0.
    The Magicians won by scores of 25-18, 25-17 and 25-17.
    Caitlin Roorda had seven kills, one ace and eight digs for Herkimer (3-6); Jami Peters had six assists and five digs; Angela Ward had five assists and four digs; and Emily Guzewich had six kills and three digs.
    Owen D. Young takes on Oppenheim-Ephratah at home Friday. Herkimer’s next match is Monday at home against Waterville.
    DOLGEVILLE, N.Y. — Canastota’s Raiders were 3-1 winners over Dolgeville Wednesday in a meeting of Center State Conference division leaders.
    The Division I-leading Raiders split the first two games with the Division II-leading Blue Devils then won the next two and closed out a 25-23, 21-25, 25-12, 25-18 victory on the road.
    Maureen Krak served 22-for-22 with 40 assists, a kill and 11 digs for Canastota (9-1); Melissa Krak serve 14-for-16 with an ace and had 14 kills and 11 digs; Grace Campbell had 14 kills, five blocks and an ace; Emily Barrett had 10 kills, four blocks and a dig; and Amber Swanson had seven kills and five digs.
    Page 2 of 2 - Ashley Mettler had 11 kills, five aces, eight assists and seven digs for Dolgeville (7-4); Mikey Rubas had five aces, five kills, a block and eight digs; Emily Young had 13 assists, four aces, six digs and a kill; Kiersten Manchester had 15 digs and two kills; Abby Mosenthin had 11 digs, four aces and a kill; Annabelle Lee had three kills, two assists, an ace and four digs; Taylor Brandow had four kills and an ace; and Chelsea Brandow had three digs.
    Canastota was a 2-1 winner in junior varsity play, winning 18-25, 25-19, 25-17. Katie Millard had 13 digs, seven assists , an ace and four kills for Dolgeville; Camila Rios had 13 digs, two aces and a kill; Cheyanne Sullivan had three aces, three kills and eight digs; Kaylee Brandow had two kills, two aces and four digs; Brandy Pelon had two aces, a kill and four digs; Courtney Normoyle had four aces, six assists and two kills; Emilie Bode had two aces, a kill, an assist and four digs; and Emily Krasko had an ace, a kill and two digs.
    Dolgeville is home Friday for a match against Mohawk.
    HOLLAND PATENT, N.Y. — Holland Patent’s Golden Knights swept to victory Wednesday against the Little Falls Mounties.
    The Golden Knights were 27-25, 25-16, 25-18 winners at home in the Center State Conference crossover.
    Kaleigh Warn served a career-high 11 aces for Little Falls (2-8) and moved over 100 kills on the season with six, raising her total to 103. Liz Bruins had five kills and a block; Laura Krowicki had four kills, two aces and three digs; Tess Krowicki had three kills, an ace and four digs; Erin Noyes had eight assists; Diana Torres had three assists and one ace; Paige Horender had four digs; and Warn had one assist and two digs
    Elena Edwards had 10 kills for Holland Patent (6-4); Jessica Pinto had eight kills, three blocks, two aces and a digs; Adrienne Lyon had 16 assists, four aces and two digs; and Katlynn Savage had eight assists, four aces, a kill and two digs.
    Holland Patent was a 25-12, 25-14 junior varsity winner. Courtney Liddon had two kills for Little Falls; Brooke Walrath served two aces; Lauren Shepardson had two assists; Tara Van Alstine had two digs and one kill; Brittany Levellie served one ace; and Winter Polnak, Kali Yerina and Faith Randall each had one assist.
    Little Falls is entered in Sherburne-Earlville’s tournament Saturday.
    Compiled From Times Staff Reports