WAVERLY, N.Y. - Waverly was able to pull away from a pesky Spencer Van-Etten squad 3-0 in IAC girls' volleyball action Monday.

The Wolverines won the first game 25-16 then edged out the Panthers 25-21 and 25-21 for the final two.

Jordan Raupers had five aces, 13 points, 12 assists, six kills and six digs for the Wolverines while Erin Fagan added five aces, 10 points, six kills, four digs and four blocks.

Also for Waverly Hannah Place had four aces, seven points and four digs, Valerie Sjoblom had six points, Bailey Tryon had four points and Sam Mennig had eight assists and four digs.

Mina Cobb had an ace, five kills, one block and six points for SVE while Taylor Returi had six kills and two blocks.

Waverly won the JV match 25-13 and 25-17.

Brooke Bennett had five aces and 11 points for the Wolverines while Sydney Meyers had 10 points, Kendra Ellers had nine points and four kills and Katie Goodwin had eight points and five assists.

Waverly will host Newark Valley Wednesday.

Tioga 3, Candor 0

25-7, 25-15, 25-9

The Tigers picked up an IAC Small School volleyball win Monday.

"With our opening match behind us, my players seem to be refocused," Tioga coach Des Ford said. "We are now getting things worked out and finding that cohesive nich we need to play."

Bry Godfrey had seven kills and four digs for Tioga while Malley Bowen had four aces and 21 points.

Also for the Tigers, Donnette Hutchison had three kills, 10 digs and four points, Lexi Swagler had four kills and three blocks, Sarah Heveland had 10 digs and Charlsie Bowen had five kills and three points.

Tioga won the JV match 25-11 and 25-11.

Brittini Swansbrough had two kills and four points for Candor, who falls to 1-2 on the year while Tioga improves to 2-1.

Newfield 3, Odessa-Montour 2

25-21, 25-21, 13-25, 21-25, 25-18

Odessa-Montour fell to 0-3 on the year Monday in IAC volleyball action.

Alexis Skinner had five aces, one kill, two digs and 12 points for OM while Victoria Ayers had two aces, two kills, two digs and nine points. Trisha Williams added six aces, five digs and nine points while Alyssa Crout had four aces, five assists and eight points.

Emily Hatch had seven aces, one kill, one dig and nine points for Newfield while Katie McKee had five aces, one kill and six points.

Newfield won the JV match 2-1. WAVERLY, N.Y. - Waverly was able to pull away from a pesky Spencer Van-Etten squad 3-0 in IAC girls' volleyball action Monday.

The Wolverines won the first game 25-16 then edged out the Panthers 25-21 and 25-21 for the final two.

Jordan Raupers had five aces, 13 points, 12 assists, six kills and six digs for the Wolverines while Erin Fagan added five aces, 10 points, six kills, four digs and four blocks.

Also for Waverly Hannah Place had four aces, seven points and four digs, Valerie Sjoblom had six points, Bailey Tryon had four points and Sam Mennig had eight assists and four digs.

Mina Cobb had an ace, five kills, one block and six points for SVE while Taylor Returi had six kills and two blocks.

Waverly won the JV match 25-13 and 25-17.

Brooke Bennett had five aces and 11 points for the Wolverines while Sydney Meyers had 10 points, Kendra Ellers had nine points and four kills and Katie Goodwin had eight points and five assists.

Waverly will host Newark Valley Wednesday.

Tioga 3, Candor 0

25-7, 25-15, 25-9

The Tigers picked up an IAC Small School volleyball win Monday.

"With our opening match behind us, my players seem to be refocused," Tioga coach Des Ford said. "We are now getting things worked out and finding that cohesive nich we need to play."

Bry Godfrey had seven kills and four digs for Tioga while Malley Bowen had four aces and 21 points.

Also for the Tigers, Donnette Hutchison had three kills, 10 digs and four points, Lexi Swagler had four kills and three blocks, Sarah Heveland had 10 digs and Charlsie Bowen had five kills and three points.

Tioga won the JV match 25-11 and 25-11.

Brittini Swansbrough had two kills and four points for Candor, who falls to 1-2 on the year while Tioga improves to 2-1.

Newfield 3, Odessa-Montour 2

25-21, 25-21, 13-25, 21-25, 25-18

Odessa-Montour fell to 0-3 on the year Monday in IAC volleyball action.

Alexis Skinner had five aces, one kill, two digs and 12 points for OM while Victoria Ayers had two aces, two kills, two digs and nine points. Trisha Williams added six aces, five digs and nine points while Alyssa Crout had four aces, five assists and eight points.

Emily Hatch had seven aces, one kill, one dig and nine points for Newfield while Katie McKee had five aces, one kill and six points.

Newfield won the JV match 2-1.