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JV girls volleyball continue undefeated season

SPRINGVILLE—The JV girls volleyball team traveled to Pioneer on Sept. 20 and came away with a 3-0 win.

The team played well from the back row, with Sara Ehlers covering every swing and passing throughout the game. Ivette Lewandowski had many kills at the net to lead the team to the win. Alyssa Hunter communicated throughout the game to help keep her team on the same page for the 25-11 win.

The girls took game two 25-10 behind the excellent net play of Meg Rehrauer, who was a force and ended many points in the Griff's favor. That game also saw hustle out of Vaidah Emerling.

The girls made it a 3-0 sweep by winning 25-22. Jill Roggie was excellent in the front row and Rachel Stressinger made her mark from the outside. The girls are now 6-0.

On Friday, Sept. 22, the girls traveled to East Aurora and came away with a 3-0 win.The team dominated all three games as it was a total team effort.

Ehlers was fantastic from the back row with her passes and Hunter was great with her all around court play. Emerling had multiple digs and a great swing from the outside. Stressinger was able to serve the ball all over the court stifling the Blue Devils. Melanie Barry played both the middle and outside positions and did an excellent job in both the front and back row.

The girls team played host to the Cheektowaga Warriors on Sept. 26 and came away with a 3-0 win. The girls came out on fire from the back row thanks to the passing by Lewandowski and Ehlers. Rehrauer was solid at the net and Stressinger was great from the service line to take game one 25-12. The girls pulled away in game two behind Emerling's strong serving. Emerling served 9 straight points to help give the Griff's a match win. That game also saw sound swings and passes from Marin Lehr. The girls made it a clean 3-0 sweep in comeback fashion. The team had strong play from Marie Emerling Elyssa Hunter, and Jill Roggie to complete the sweep.

The girls are now 8-0.


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