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Medina and Kendall spikers romp to wins

By Mike Wertman, Sports Writer Posted 17 October 2018 at 8:53 pm

Photos by Cheryl Wertman – Medina’s duo of Camri King (20) and Breanna Islam (6) go up to block a spike attempt by Nia Stevens of Tapestry during the Mustangs home court win this evening.

Roaring out to a big early lead in the opening set, Medina went on to defeat visiting Tapestry 25-6, 25-17, 25-17 this evening in a non league volleyball match.

Kendall likewise romped to a 25-13, 25-10, 25-17 victory over Rochester Prep in another non league match.

Kharise Johnson served up the first 11 points in a row to quickly put Medina in command in the opening set. She registered 4 aces during that run which also included kills by Camri King and Elle Gross. Maddie Williams served up the final 3 points of the set.

Kharise Johnson served Medina out to a big lead in the opening set.

Williams then had 4 kills and 2 aces to highlight Medina’s second set win which also saw Brandi Guild serve up points 2-5 and Jordan Lugo 7-10 for an early 10-1 Mustangs lead.

Medina closed out the victory with a third set win as Guild served up points 2-4 and 16-19 registering a total of 3 aces.

Williams, who served up an ace for the set and match winning point, finished with 6 kills and 3 aces while Johnson had 5 aces, Guild 4 aces and 1 kill, Breanna Islam 3 aces and 2 kills, King 2 aces and 1 kill, Gross 2 kills and 1 ace Ayzha Pitts 1 ace.

Medina closes out the regular season by hosting Wilson in a Niagara-Orleans League make-up match on Friday.

Kendall 25-25-25, Rochester Prep 13-10-17
Brittney Marks had 6 aces, 2 kills, 3 digs and 2 assists and Kelly Mayes 7 kills and 2 aces to lead Kendall to the straight set win over Rochester Prep.

Field Hockey
Roy-Hart 4, Buffalo Seminary
Roy-Hart blanked visiting Buffalo Seminary 4-0 to finish the regular season with a 14-2 overall record.

Lexie Lovewell, Danielle Kozma, Jenna Gioeli and Ellory Brown took turns scoring goals for Roy-Hart as Abby Ander, Ashley Hill and Sam Choate all contributed assists.