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Dundee takes win against South Seneca

DUNDEE—The Scots beat South Seneca, 59-45, at the Dec. 15 boys basketball game.
Dundee's varsity team had a 34-16 lead at halftime.  Coach Les Miller called it a "fantastic start," because the team had such a lead in the middle of the game.  Miller had said at the previous game that Dundee faced a touch team in the game against South Seneca.
Dundee's Garrick Conyers scored 22 points in the game, with 18 points helping with the halftime lead.  Ryan Ballard had 11 points.  Joe Tortolon followed with 10 points and Tommy Pratt had six.
The boys basketball team play at Mynderse next, Dec. 18.
The Dundee boys varsity basketball team faced Romulus, Thursday, Dec. 10, and won, 64-41. Coach Les Miller said Dundee started out the game with pressure and “a lot of steals that took us to 39-12 at halftime.” Romulus managed to score enough to double their points in the last quarter. However, Dundee kept the lead until the end.
Garrick Conyers scored the most points for Dundee with 21. Two of those were three-pointers. Tommy Pratt scored the next highest with 12. Again, two of those were from beyond the three point line. Ryan Ballard had six points. The boys basketball team is currently undefeated, with a 3-0 record so far this season.

Patric Perez took first place over the weekend at the Waterloo wrestling tournament, Saturday, Dec. 12. Perez took first place in the 285 lb. weight class. Perez faced off against wrestlers from Marcus Whitman, Newark, Sodus, and Phoenix. Gibson said Perez also had five pins, the most at the tournament.
Overall, the Dundee wrestling team took 11th place in the tournament with 30 points. Thirteen schools competed at the event. Coach Sheldon Gibson said Patric Perez was the Scots’ only wrestler to place in a weight class.
The Dundee wrestlers compete again at Lyons, Dec. 17, 6:30 p.m.
The wrestling team lost to Marion, Dec. 9. The Scots trailed, 42-36. The wrestlers who scored for Dundee were Lucas Chappell, Joe Miller, Anthony Webb, and Elijah Burke. Dundee only forfeited three times, plus a double forfeit for both teams.

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