The Le Roy Girls Volleyball team was honored at this past week's Le Roy Central School District board meeting for the team's Section V Class C championship.
It's the ninth straight year under Coach Sue Staba that the team has made the finals.
The Knights were 22-2 on the season.
Their second loss came in the Far West Regional Championship against Portville.
"We can't seem to get past Portville," Staba said. "But it was definitely a huge accomplishment making it."
Staba was named the Class C coach of the year for Girls Volleyball, but she gave all the credit to her team.
"The bond that they have, the friendship they have, was -- I've coached 16 years, and it's definitely one of the best, if not the best, team that I had the privilege of coaching with their maturity, their friendship, the things they did with each other off the court," Staba said. "I mean, they're all together all the time, which I think made them play so much better on the court."
The school's outstanding Cross Country runners also received certificates of recognition, including Aiden Soggs (pictured below).
Soggs finished in the Top 10 at sectionals for the third straight year. He's won four Cross Country patches, three individual and one team patch. He finished first in five regular season meets.
Also recognized was Charlotte Blake, who couldn't attend the meeting. She finished third in sectionals. It is her fourth consecutive Top 3 finish and the first girl in school history to win four Cross Country patches, and the second runner overall to achieve that feat. She's the second girl in school history to win a Genesee Region championship.
Photos by Howard Owens.