Kali Benedict had 16 aces, and Leanne McKee contributed four aces and eight assists to lead host Unatego to a 25-18, 25-12, 25-17 Midstate Athletic Conference game on Breast Cancer Awareness night.
Brianna Hoefer finished with six aces and Marissa Woodard had four kills for the Spartans (5-9), who will travel to Harpursville on Wednesday.
Nicole Mackey had fives aces and five assists for Unadilla Valley.
Walton 3, Hancock 0
Danielle Reynolds amassed 12 assists, six aces and two digs to lead host Walton to a 25-6, 25-15, 25-16 MAC victory.
Amber Pierce finished with nine kills for Walton (7-7), which hosts Greene on Wednesday.
Kylee Mee’s seven digs paced Hancock (7-7), which faces Deposit on Wednesday.
Oxford 3, Greene 2
Taylor Chapman had nine digs, eight aces and six kills to lead host Oxford to a 22-25, 25-14, 25-19, 13-25, 25-13 win in the MAC.
Jessica Frank contributed 11 digs and served out the match with six straight points for the Blackhawks (4-10), who visit Afton on Wednesday.
Kayli Dickinson’s 12 aces and 10 assists paced the Trojans (4-11), who travel to Walton on Wednesday.
Sidney 6, Harpursville 0
Bre Voltz, Hannah Wood and Dawn Savino had two goals apiece in Sidney’s Section Four Conference victory at home.
The Warriors held a 21-3 advantage in shots.
Kelsey Decker stopped two shots in a shutout.
Hancock 2, Walton 1
Alyssa Makowski scored off an assist from Natasha Picozzi to snap a 1-all tie with 10 minutes left as visiting Hancock won in the Section Four Conference.
Picozzi gave Hancock a 1-0 lead with 10 minutes in the first half.
Walton’s Cassie Huntress tied the score nine minutes into the second half. Kiley Lamoreaux set it up off a penalty corner.
The Warriors (3-10, 2-7) will host Seton Catholic Central at 10:30 a.m. Saturday.
Hoover wins landslide
Walton’s Jim Hoover easily won the balloting by USA TODAY High School Sports as the top football coach in New York state.