The Cortland High girls’ varsity volleyball team remains perfect.
The Purple Tigers bumped their record to 7-0 Tuesday after disposing of Fabius-Pompey inside Shafer Gymnasium. Cortland won scores of 25-12, 25-14, 25-19 over the Falcons (3-3).
“This the best start to a season we have had in quite some time,” Cortland coach Cheri Olson said. “The girls have been working well together so far. We will continue to work on cleaning up unforced errors and staying calm on the court. That helped us come from behind in the third set. The team stayed calm and, with the help of Tori’s serving, we finished strong.”
The Tori referred to is Tori Cruz who had 10 digs and eight aces for the Purple Tigers during the match Kayci Olson delivered 12 kills while Grace Call added 19 assists, six digs and one kill. Lexi Zacek provided four kills and three digs. Alysha Wehnke recorded seven digs, Delia Bair had four digs and Kylie Davie had three digs. Others contributing to the Cortland win were Marissa Chierchio three digs and two assists, Julia Guest with two kills, Lindsey Bush with two kills and two digs, plus Marissa Parzynski with four kills and two aces.
Cortland will wrap up its busy week Thursday. The Purple Tigers will host Weedsport in OHSL action at 6:30 p.m. in Shafer Gymnasium. The JV match will start things off at 5 p.m.