F-M girls volleyball rushes to 2-0 start

F-M girls volleyball rushes to 2-0 start

September 17, 2020 tazhawsu 0

first_imgOut once again to challenge Baldwinsville in the Class AA ranks, Fayetteville-Manlius got started before some of the other local sides on Aug. 30, taking just three sets to defeat Fulton 25-20, 25-21, 25-16.Up front, Juliana Myagkota and Kendra Broddus shared the primary duties, each finishing with eight kills as Myagkota added five digs. Sophia Thomas dished out 28 asssits as Morgan Napier shined on defense with 15 digs and Harper Stoppacher got 10 digs.In its SCAC Metro division opener last Wednesday night, F-M rolled again, handling Henninger 25-2, 25-15, 25-20. Napier mixed in eight aces and eight digs as Zoe Myint had 15 assists and Thomas got eight assists. Broddus, Nina Avery, Ijeoma Okoh and Amaya Nash had four kills apiece, Nash contributing six digs and Lauren Avery matching Thomas by earning three aces as F-M would host the “Hornets’ Nest” Tournament on Saturday.Jamesville-DeWitt took part in F-M’s tournament, and right before that the Red Rams had an impressive effort in last Friday’s match against Oswego, roaring through the first two sets 25-14 and 25-15 before edging the Buccaneers 26-24 in the third set for the sweep.Maris Ryan, with her 20 assists, spread passes around to a deep front line where Linda Shen led with six kills. Elsa Hardt had five kills, with Amber Hamernik and Skylar Hardt earning four kills apiece. Defensively, Alexis LeClair led with 11 digs. It proved a particularly exciting season opener for Bishop Grimes on Aug. 29, as it pushed Living Word Academy all the way to a fifth set before taking defeat to the Lions.The Cobras won the opener 26-24, only to drop the next two sets by equal 25-21 margins. Grimes easily won the fourth set 25-13 and pushed hard in the final set, too, but Living Word pulled it out 25-22.Izzy Kinsey put together six kills, nine digs and three aces. Lexi Emmi finished with 17 assists, while Abbey Clapper got five kills, four aces, two blocks and three digs. Bella D’Andrea had four kills, five aces and five digs. Ajak Ater added three kills and two blocks.Grimes did better last Tuesday, sweeping Syracuse Academy of Science 25-10 in the first set and 25-16 in the next two sets. D’Andrea’s 10 aces set the tone, with Leah Perry getting five aces as Kinsey got four kills and Emmi distributed 12 assists.Making it back-to-back wins on Thursday night, Grimes handled Hannibal 25-15, 25-23, 25-23, getting the crucial points in each of the last two sets to keep the Warriors from extending it further.Emmi, with her 18 assists, fed it to D’Andrea, who had seven kills and four aces, and Ater, who had six kills. Kinsey had a big night at the service line, earning seven aces. Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Bishop GrimesF-Mgirls volleyballJ-Dlast_img

 

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