Perhaps it was to create an extra challenge that, a year ago, the Section III girls volleyball Class AA championship match was moved to Fayetteville-Manlius, so as to give the reigning champions of Baldwinsville an extra hurdle should F-M rise to challenge them.In 2018, that didn’t prove a big obstacle – and it didn’t this time, either.With another of its comprehensive efforts, the Bees knocked off the Hornets in three sets Friday night to once again capture the sectional title and maintain a perfect record with its 16th victory in a row. Having gone on the road to defeat no. 2 seed Cicero-North Syracuse in the semifinals two nights earlier, F-M’s presence in the final meant a large, loud home crowd to counter the big traveling contingent of B’ville partisans.And the Hornets did start well, seizing a 6-4 lead in the opening set. It would also have a 5-4 edge in the second set and a 6-5 advantage early in the third set. None of those leads lasted for long.As it turned out, the first set was the toughest. Despite not trailing after it went up 8-7, B’ville found it difficult to put F-M away, the margin 17-15 late and then, even when it looked comfortable, the Hornets fought off three set points. But once the Bees took that set 25-21, things got easier. A 6-0 run early in the second set erased that 5-4 deficit and B’ville kept adding to the margin, serving well and providing plenty of power at the net that F-M could not contain.The 25-14 win in the second was followed by a third set where the Hornets again hung around for a while, only trailing 17-15 before four consecutive points ignited a closing 8-2 spurt and an ultimate 25-17 victory.Rileigh Kimball dominated at the net, piling up 19 kills to go with six digs and four aces, while Jenna Garvey’s fine all-around effort included 22 assists, six kills and four digs. Freshman Kyrah Wilbur was a top front-line presence, too, thanks to her five kills and four blocks.Summer McClintic had 15 assists, to go with three assists, five kills and two digs. Sophia Kordas notched eight kills and three digs as Brooke Clute got eight digs.B’ville’s last opportunity to play in front of a home crowd at Baker High School Gym came in last Tuesday night’s sectional AA semifinal, when it put away no. 4 seed West Genesee in three sets.The 25-10, 25-13, 25-14 rout of the Wildcats featured the Bees’ usual mix of power and precision, with Garvey at the forefront as she got 15 assists, plus seven digs and three aces.Wilbur and Kordas had four kills apiece, while Kimball mixed in three kills, five digs and six assists. Megan Brecht added four digs and Maddy Shuler had two kills as Jenna Wallace had two aces.On Thursday night, the Baldwinsville boys volleyball team looked to avenge two regular-season defeats to no. 2 seed Liverpool in Thursday’s semifinal, played at C-NS, and almost did so in an epic five-set battle.The first set hinted at the long night ahead, but the 25-23 defeat did not faze the Bees because, in the second set, it withstood several set points while missing on many of its own chances before finally pulling it out 32-30.They continued to go back and forth, Liverpool pulling out the third set 25-21, but B’ville taking the third set 25-22, so the season hung on a fifth-set race to 15 points.Only by the slightest 15-13 margin did the Warriors prevail and end the Bees’ season, this despite some fine individual performances.Aidan Priest finished with 21 kills, while Ben Stisser had 15 kills and five aces, plus a pair of blocks. Adam Lobdell added six kills as Carter Healey dished out 43 assists, plus four digs, two aces and two blocks.Quinn Moore led Liverpool with 29 assists, 16 digs, two kills, two aces and two blocks. Anthony Pezzino finished with 12 kills and 12 digs, while Jagger Alberici picked up 27 digs.Now B’ville will face Section II champion Niskayuna in next Saturday’s Class AA regional final at 11 a.m. at Jamesville-DeWitt. Kimball said her team is quite hungry to make a return to the state final four (set for Nov. 23-24 in Glens Falls) after regional defeats to Shenendehowa each of the last three years.Share this:FacebookTwitterLinkedInRedditComment on this Story Tags: Baldwinsvillevolleyball
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According to Trump administration data released Tuesday, nearly one million people were taken into custody over the past 12 months for trying to cross illegally.The number of arrests at the border is the highest in the U.S. in the past twelve years.Mark Morgan, the acting commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, said that more than 52,000 migrants were taken into custody in September at U.S. ports of entry and between them.It was a decline of 18 percent from August.Furthermore, he said it was a decline of 18 percent from August.Overall, U.S. border authorities made more than 975,000 arrests during 2019, according to the Trump administration’s latest data.“These are numbers no immigration system in the world is designed to handle,” Morgan said.Arrests by U.S. border agents reached an all-time high of 1.6 million in 2000, but the Department of Homeland Security officials insist that the migration wave they faced this year is unlike anything in the past.
FALLON FOXby Michael Martinez(CNN) — Born a man, Fallon Fox became a woman through surgery and then trained to fight in mixed martial arts.Now that she has won her first two bouts — both in the first round — she has gone public as a transgender fighter, the first on record in a popular sport that some consider as the successor to boxing.“The reaction has been positive,” said Fox, 37, who revealed her story recently to Sports Illustrated after a journalist with another publication began to investigate her private surgery. “It’s just some people, some of society doesn’t get it yet. And this is what we’re trying to do now is to inform people and let them know about transgender athletes.”When asked if it’s fair for a man-turned-woman fighter to face another woman in the ring, Fox said there was “no unfair competitive advantages.”What was unfair, her last opponent and her manager say, is how Fox didn’t disclose until after the fight that Fox had a sex change operation.That opponent, Ericka Newsome, was knocked out this month with “a tie clinch,” or a knee to the chin, 39 seconds into the fight without anyone knowing of Fox’s background.It was “unfair I didn’t know it, but it didn’t matter that she fought me,” Newsome told CNN. “I feel that it should have been disclosed to me ahead of time…so we are aware and able to be better prepared for the situation.”She and her manager are going to appeal the loss in Florida on the grounds of how Fox failed to disclose being a transgender person and how the referee stopped the fight too early.“They should have let the fight go,” manager Matt Hamilton said. “She should have thrown at least one to two more shots to confirm it. On that particular basis, that’s one of the things we’ll appeal with, as well as not having it disclosed.”Meanwhile, the California State Athletic Commission is reviewing a claim by Fox that the state gave her a fighting license in 2013 when in fact the commission says her license application is still being reviewed, Sports Illustrated reported.Fox subsequently told Florida authorities that she had a California license, and now the Florida boxing commission is also reviewing Fox’s license application, the magazine reported. Also, Fox admitted she didn’t disclose to boxing authorities she is a transgender person but added she wasn’t asked to either, the magazine said.Sports Illustrated writer Loretta Hunt wrote of Fox’s 2006 gender reassignment surgery and winning her pro debut in May 2012. Hunt told CNN that guidelines for the Association of Boxing Commissions are similar to the International Olympic Committee’s policy that allows transsexuals to compete in Olympic games. The IOC requires transgender athletes to undergo hormone therapy long enough to remove gender-related advantages.In fact, Hunt said, mixed martial arts guidelines don’t require a sex-change surgery, but they do require two years of hormone therapy for transgender fighters.“Whether it comes after the surgery or it’s just on its own, that must be done and you must be tested throughout the two years,” Hunt said. “Those papers must be submitted to the athletic commission for review.”Newsome wants to fight Fox again, Hamilton said.“We would love a rematch,” Hamilton said.