Kingston holds off Warwick in victory
Suzy Boulay moved closer to a school record and Kingston High’s volleyball team survived a intense battle to defeat Warwick in an Orange County Interscholastic Athletic Association volleyball match Monday.
Warwick rallied from two sets down to force a fifth set, but the Tigers prevailed 26-24, 25-21, 24-26, 14-25, 25-21 at Kate Walton Field House.
Tori Boulay had a double-double for Kingston with 39 assists, 15 digs, seven aces and one kill.
Suzy Boulay, who had four kills and served an ace, registered 28 digs to lead the defense. That performance left her just four short of becoming Kingston’s all-time leader in digs. She now has 742 for her career, putting her just three behind 2008 graduate Jessica Sass, who totaled 745. She can break the record Wednesday when the Tigers host Wallkill in a non-league match.
The win has Kingston now 7-5 for the season.
Dominating at the net for the Tigers were Jaid Harrell (10 kills, 4.5 blocks, five digs, one assist), Grace Longendyke (10 kills, 1.5 blocks, two digs), Shannon Bonewit (nine kills, four digs, three aces, one block), Tori Ost (seven kills, eight digs) and Sydney Jankowski (seven digs, four digs).
Leading Warwick were Gabbi Gaibur (14 kills, five digs, three assists, two aces), Hannah Hamling (10 kills, nine blocks, five aces), Madison Parrelli (20 assists, two kills) and Demi Harasme (nine kills, two blocks).