Roundup: Williams women's volleyball falls in NCAA play

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POTSDAM, N.Y. >> The Williams College women's volleyball team fell to Ithaca College, 3-0, in opening-round action of the NCAA Division III tournament on Friday at Clarkson University.

Williams lost the sets by scores of 25-21, 25-17 and 25-20.

For Williams, Ally Ostrow finished with 10 digs and eight kills, Tori Jasuta added eight kills and five digs, Ryan Farley had 23 assists and Catherine Egan had four service aces.

Ithaca was led by Joelle Goldstein, who had 15 kills and eight digs, and Katie Evans, who had nine kills.

Williams finishes the year with an 18-11 record.

High School Football

WEST SPRINGFIELD 31, WAHCONAH 28

In Dalton, the Wahconah football team ended its season with a 31-28 loss to West Springfield.

Wahconah fell behind early, 7-0, but rallied to go up 14-7 into halftime and then 20-7 to start the third on a short run by Evan Garvey.

That, though, is when things started going awry.

West Side responded to Garvey's touchdown with a 65-yard effort from Anthony Costa, and after the two-point try it was 20-15 Wahconah.

West Side then put up another touchdown on the next Wahconah series, as Cameron Paier picked off Will Genaway and took the ball back 60 yards for the score. West Side's final touchdown came with 6:46 to go in the third when Costa hit William McQuade to put the Terriers up 31-20.

Wahconah tacked on one more score a minute into the fourth when Matt Salvatore scored on a 12-yard run, but the Warriors couldn't get another score to take the lead.

With a minute to go, Wahconah nearly took the lead when Genaway connected with Garvey on an 85-yard toss, but the play was called back due to holding.

Genaway tossed for both Wahconah touchdowns in the first half, the first to Cole Morrison and the second to Tyler Cataldi.

The Warriors finish at 5-5.


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