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Sarah Childs serves for Newark

   NEWARK (Oct 26 10) – The Lady Reds finished their regular season schedule on Friday evening, taking Pittsford-Mendon to the limit in a 3-2 loss. They and other local teams begin Section V competition later this week.
   Mendon won the first two games, 25-11 and 25-16, then things changed. 

   “We stormed back to win the next two games 25-21, 25-18,” said coach Matt May. “In the final set, we were in control for most of the match and forced the change of sides at 13-10. We then went up 23-20 but couldn't close out the match. 
Ashley Shove (2) and Miranda Griffin (11) track
the ball for North Rose-Wolcott
   “This was a tremendous team effort by the Newark girls as Mendon has four girls six feet tall and they are all very skilled. My girls played relentlessly and with energy, heart and passion.  Allison Miller lead the way with five kills, six aces, eight digs, and 11 assists.  Christina Denniston and Melissa Kline recorded nine digs each. Lindsey McEvoy tallied five kills while Maria Croft picked up six assists to go along with six service aces. 
   Now the Lady Reds begin Class BB sectionals activity, with a game Friday night against Dr. Freddie Thomas at 4:30 p.m., at Thomas. Newark, with a 4-12 record, is the sixth seed in the eight-team bracket; Thomas is the third seed.
   Wayne is the top seed in Class BB, and will take on Geneva Saturday at 10 a.m. at Wayne.
            Volleyball Sectionals
    Other area teams in action this week – in the Class B bracket, Pal-Mac, the third seed, has a home game against Livonia on Saturday at 2 p.m.
   In Class CC, Williamson, the fourth seed, hosts fifth-seeded Bath-Haverling on Saturday at 2 p.m. North Rose-Wolcott, the seventh seed, journeys to second-seeded LeRoy for a 1 p.m. game on Saturday.
Esmine Riggins winds up for a serve for Lyons
   Gananda is the top seed in Class C, and will host eighth-seeded Bloomfield on Saturday at 2 p.m. Sodus, the seventh seed, will take the bus to Campbell-Savona for a 2 p.m. Saturday game.
   Unbeaten Lyons has the top seed and a first-round bye in the nine-team Class DDD bracket. The Lions will play the winner of Cal-Mum versus Perry on Friday at 6 p.m., in Lyons.
   Seventh-seeded Marion will start the Class DD playoffs by hosting a play-in game on Wednesday against 10th-seeded Pavillion. The winner will play at second-ranked Geneseo on Friday night. Third-seeded Clyde-Savannah starts its sectionals by hosting sixth-ranked Fillmore on Friday night at 6 p.m.  


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