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OFA claims key win over SR


OFA had to overcame a worst-case scenario at the start of Thursday’s NAC interdivision girls volleyball match with longtime Class C rival Salmon River.

But the Lady Devils came away with a victory which significantly brightened the Devils long-range outlook toward the postseason.

The Devils fell behind 11-0 in the first game but regrouped in the process of a 19-25 loss. Coach Sue McLean’s team followed up on the momentum of the comeback by winning the next three games 25-19, 25-23, 25-21.

In other interdivision action Massena swept Madrid-Waddington.


“We basically started the game without our two setters. Taylor Perry came up with an arm problem which we had to take care of and Emma Hart couldn’t start because she was sick yesterday and missed practice,” said McLean who will have her team at home on Monday and Wednesday against Malone and Potsdam.

“Different people filled in during that first game and helped us get turned around. We had to deal with Salmon River’s strong serving.”

After gaining control of the momentum, OFA sustained the flow with a season-best 94 percent serving accuracy, a decided hitting advantage at the net and the ability to win long volleys.

“We played very scrappy tonight. On one play we had five girls were on the floor when Emma Hart knocked the ball over net with one arm,” said McLean.

Hart (17 points, 7 aces, 7 digs, 2 kills, 4 aces), Taylor Fisher (14 points, 10 kills, 4 aces, 1 block) and Paige Perry (10 points, 3 aces, 3 kills, 1 dig) gave the Devils three double-figure scorers and Grace Mashaw (1 ace, 1 dig) added eight points.

Sky Hoover delivered seven kills, seven digs and four points and Taylor Perry (4 assists, 1 ace, 1 dig, 2 points, 2 kills), Sarah Richer (1 dig), Jenny Dalton (2 points, 2 aces), Jessie Logan (1 point, 2 digs) and Kiersten Morrow (1 dig) rounded out a deep list of contributions.

Leading Salmon River were: Raven Oakes (19 service points, 9 aces, 6 assists, 3 kills), Iakohonwentsiawakon Mitchell (11 service points, 6 aces, 3 kills) and Kiana Thompson (10 service points, 5 kills).


In Madrid, the Lady Raiders (5-5, 2-3) won by scores of 25-21, 25-16, 25-14.For the Lady Yellowjackets (3-7, 2-3), Dia Richards fashioned five points, four kills, two blocks and one ace. Sophia Roome generated five points, three blocks, two kills and one ace.

Britanni Dawley doled out five assists and Ashley Curran recorded four digs while Alyssa Gagnon tallied three kills and two blocks.

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