Adam Shinder Broadalbin-Perth’s Adrienne Morreale (11) and Cassy Bown (5) go up to block during the Oct. 3 match against Amsterdam at Broadalbin-Perth High School.

Adam Shinder
Broadalbin-Perth’s Adrienne Morreale (11) and Cassy Bown (5) go up to block during the Oct. 3 match against Amsterdam at Broadalbin-Perth High School.

Staff Report

BROADALBIN — In bouncing back from their first loss of the season, the Broadalbin-Perth volleyball team wasted little time taking care of business Oct. 3 against Amsterdam.
Cassy Bown had nine kills and 16 service points, leading the Lady Patriots in a 3-0 sweep of Amsterdam by scores of 25-4, 25-7 and 25-13.
“I thought we served really well, and when you can keep a team off-balance with your serve, they’re not gonna be able to run an offense,” B-P coach Mike Calvello said. “I thought we did that pretty well tonight. Our passing was pretty good, and we finished well. That’s what we need.”
Olivia Casey and Eliana Fraser added five kills apiece for B-P (7-1, 7-1 Foothills Council), as the Lady Patriots bounced back from a Sept. 28 loss to South Glens Falls. Lily Mitchell chipped in 13 service points, including a match-best five aces.
B-P visited Gloversville on Oct. 4, winning 3-0.
Cassy Bown had eight kills, six aces and four blocks as the Lady Patriots swept Gloversville by scores of 25-14, 25-11 and 25-11.
Eliana Fraser added five kills and 11 digs for B-P (8-1, 8-1), Lily Mitchell had 12 assists and Olivia Casey added five kills.
Macey Salvione led Gloversville (4-6, 4-5) with seven kills and nine digs. Maddy Avery added 10 digs and Aireana Muhlberger chipped in nine assists.