Jamesville-Dewitt poured shots on goal against Fulton’s girls on Tuesday. The result was a 5-0 shutout win for the home team.
Allyson Bricker made 6 saves for Fulton, which is 1-2.
The result was even more challenging for Phoenix’s girls, who fell 9-0 to unbeaten.
Sydney Patzke and Lindsey may shared goalkeeping duties for the Firebirds and saved 6 shots each.
East Syracuse-Minoa put 27 shots on goal and beat the Mexico girls team, 7-0. Tyler Julian made 20 saves.
And Central Square’s girls also were blanked, 6-0, by West Genesee.
There was one boys soccer match Tuesday. Auburn beat Central Square, 4-2. Alex Marino made 6 saves. Alex Luce and Alex Steria scored for Central Square.
Fulton’s girls took an easy 3-0 win over Fowler in volleyball. They won by scores of 25-3, 25-10 and 25-8.
Kassy McCann led Fulton with 8 aces. Erika Johnson blocked 3 shots.
Oswego took the fifth game, 25-19 to win its match against Fayetteville-Manlius, 3-2. Alexa Healy recorded 54 assists, while Cydney Ward had 21 kills.
Phoenix won the opening game of its volleyball match width Westhill, but Westhill took the next three. Bryonna Whitney had 14 assists. Paige Recore had 10 kills.
Central Square beat West Genesee in volleyball, 3-2, in a match decided by the smallest margin. The final game was won by Square, 26-24. Casey Chase had 18 kills for Central Square.
And in boys golf, Homer beat Phoenix, 208-227.