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LCAA’s FINEST: Livonia, York, Perry volleyball all sweep Tuesday night.

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By Chris Metcalf


LIVONIA – Inspired by Livonia volleyball coach Kristen Hierlwimmer’s sister – Karen Rohr Schuster – who was celebrating 13 years, cancer free, following her clear mammogram Tuesday afternoon, the Lady Bulldogs went out and swept past visiting Dansville, earning the LCAA D-I title at the Tom Downey Gymnasium.

Rohr Schuster, a 1979 Bulldogs’ graduate and former volleyball player, was Livonia’s breast cancer spotlight on Tuesday.

Each home match during the month of October, Livonia recognizes a new honoree. They will honor Debbie Renner, grandmother and aunt of players Jenna Gorton (grandmother) and Julie Renner (Aunt) during their next home match against Cal-Mum Thursday.

Livonia defeated Dansville by scores of 25-7, 25-11, 25-14. 

Once again, several players contributed hitting the stat sheet led by Morgan Meys with six aces, two kills, and one assist while Ava Simmons added five aces and four kills.

Also for Livonia, Lillie Capecci had three assists with one kill; Isabel Burke had four aces; Eliza Gillespie added four assists and one ace; Julie Renner tallied four assists with two aces and one kill; Hannah Ingram added three kills and a dig; Jenna Gorton and Kiley Tumminelli each had two kills; Megan Tumminelli registered two aces and one kill; Caroline Cendoma had one kill and Avery Stahl had one dig.

Livonia improved to 14-2 overall and a perfect 7-0 in LCAA D-I.


Haley Miller handed out 12 assists to go with two aces and two kills while Rylee Cuozzo had 10 kills and one ace as York swept past Keshequa.

York won by scores of 25=8, 25-16 and 25-19.

Bailey Orman chipped in nicely with seven digs and six service aces while Ariana Roessel contributed eight digs with four aces and four kills.

York improved to 9-5 overall and 4-1 in D-III.


Perry defeated Cal-Mum in a three-set divisional match up Tuesday winning by scores of 25-18, 25-17, 25-18.

Leading the way for Perry was senior captain Kylee Baxter who recorded 10 service points with six kills, five digs, and four aces.

Kiera Weber chipped in with seven kills and three blocks, while Nellie Koronas registered a game-high 21 assists with five digs, two blocks, and a kill.

Perry improved to 8-6 overall and 5-1 in D-III.

Lindsey Meys Photography

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