[Notice] Undefined index: HTTP_REFERER

GET /womens-sports/womens-volleyball/schedule-and-results/69/recap

Line 134 in /home/herkimer/www/events/code/SportsSchedulePage.php


125             $fromArchive = true;
126             $fromSchedule = false;
127             $scheduleLink = $referer;
128           }
129           else if(strpos($referer, 'schedule')) {
130             $fromSchedule = true;
131           }
132         }
134         return $this->customise(array('ref' => $_SERVER['HTTP_REFERER'], 'Title' => $recap->Title, 'NewsArticle' => $recap, 'FromSchedule' => $fromSchedule, 'FromArchive' => $fromArchive, 'ScheduleLink' => $scheduleLink))->renderWith(array('NewsArticleGenerals', 'Page'));
135       }
136     }
137   }
139     public function box_score($request) {
140         /*


Herkimer sandwiches wins over the weekend » Herkimer Generals

Herkimer sandwiches wins over the weekend

SANBORN, NY – Building on their solid performance Thursday, Herkimer Women's Volleyball took two of three matches (3-0, 2-3, 3-1) in a POD at Niagara County Community College Saturday.

Herkimer (5-3) took on Erie Community College (ECC), Niagara County Community College (NCCC) and Jamestown Community College (JCC) in their three matches. Showing up throughout each match on offense was Ashley Mettler (Oppenheim, NY), Brynn Hlozansky (Johnstown, NY) and Kayla Barber (South Glens Falls, NY). Through the three matches, the tandem had 91 kills and 36 service points.

Standing out defensively was Cristen Davis (Castorland, NY). Davis had 11 digs in the first match against ECC, 23 digs against NCCC in the second and 16 digs against JCC in the third. Assisting on several of those opportunities was Zara Hyde (Bleecker, NY). Hyde amassed 90 assists (23, 27 and 40).

With Mettler, Hlozansky, Barber, Davis and Hyde working collectively through each match, the Lady Generals gave opponents fits due to their versatility.

Against ECC, which saw the Kats never come closer than seven points of a win (25-18, 25-10, 25-10), Mettler had six kills and four digs; Hlozansky had four kills and 10 digs; Barber had 13 kills and six digs; and Davis had 11 digs.

In the second match, which went into five sets (24-26, 25-17, 19-25, 25-16, 9-15), the Thunder Wolves matched the Lady Generals offensively, collecting 49 kills to Herkimer's 34, but Davis, Hyde, Mettler and Hlozansky were up for the challenge digging out numerous kills by Niagara to give their offense a chance to score (Barber also had 10 blocks). This effort gave Herkimer a chance to win, but after a nine point win in set four (25-16), NCC won by six (15-9) for the match.

Match three was close between Herkimer and JCC (25-22, 21-25, 25-18, 25-17), in the first two sets. The Jayhawks came back in the second set after a three point loss to win by four. The final two sets however were taken by the Generals with a seven point win in set three and an eight point win in set four.

Herkimer's next match is Sunday, September 22nd. It will be their fifth consecutive away game. Fulton-Montgomery Community College will host a POD in the morning. Sets are scheduled to start at 9 a.m.

-Giorgio Varlaro; Athletic Website Manager

← View All News

Women's Volleyball