Welcome to the Daily Lineup for Friday, October 30, 2020, a digital guide to what’s already here and what’s coming today on the PostBulletin.com sports pages.

Watching the Rochester Century volleyball team this season has caused some coaches and opponents to do a triple-take. At any given time during a match, half of the Panthers' players on the court are related.

Sisters Ashlyn, Brooke and Kaitlyn Meincke are cherishing the fact that they have a fall volleyball season, and moreso they're cherishing their only opportunity to play together at the varsity level.

It's been a nice fall for their parents, too, having all three daughters playing sports in the same place at the same time.

Pat Ruff has the Meinckes story in this week's High School Profile.

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What else do we have at the Sports pages of PostBulletin.com today?

• MAYO STAYS UNBEATEN WITH RIVALRY VICTORY: The Rochester Mayo volleyball team has been dominant, to say the least, this season. The Spartans improved to 5-0 with a victory against rival Century on Thursday night. Mayo hasn't just been good this season, it's been dominant, having lost just two sets all season.

• CHATFIELD'S 'BACK'BONE: Sam Backer not only wants to follow in his older brother's footsteps, he wants to surpass them. The standout sophomore running back from Chatfield is having another strong season, after a breakout year last fall as a freshman. Though he's just a sophomore, Backer has developed into a leader, too. "It's my job to get the job done," he told the PB's Isaac Trotter.

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