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Odessa wrestlers go 6-3 in tournament

ODESSA—Odessa wrestlers competed at the Arkport Tournament, Saturday, Dec.. 18 and defeated three out of nine opponents.
O-M defeated Hammondsport, 42-18; Genessee Valley, 27-18; and East Rochester, 36-0.
Luke Smith, Wyatt Bowen, and Mike Fraboni all went 8 -1.  Jeremy Vondraceck and Brandon Shisler went 6 - 3.
The varsity wrestling team faced Thomas A. Edison high school, Wednesday, Dec. 16, and lost, 45-19.
O-M’s wins included one by Luke Smith, who pinned his Edison opponent in 1:35.  Travis Wardwell also won by decision, 4-2.  Mike Fraboni won by forfeit.  The Edison team had only one win by forfeit, and won six matches against Odessa.

Girls basketball
The O-M varsity girls basketball team beat Candor, 54-46.
The Indians played at an away game, Tuesday, Dec. 15, the same night the boys basketball team played a home game against Candor.
“We just could not put them away, I give them a lot of credit for hanging around,” said Coach Greg Gavich. He explained Candor was not far behind O-M the entire game. Gavich also said O-M had a bad start, trailing 14-4 at one point during the first quarter.
The Indians’ top scorer was Michelle Melanson, with 24 points. Whitney Ayers followed with 11 points and Rebecca Ayers had nine.
“Whitney did a outstanding job defensively on Candor’s best player, Taylor Szwec, when we were in man-to-man, and the team did a nice job overall in our zones and our pressure to keep her contained,” said Gavich.

Boys basketball
The Odessa-Montour varsity boys basketball team fell to Newfield, Tuesday, Dec. 15.
The Indians struggled against the Trojans the entire game, and lost 56-42. O-M’s Trevor Carey scored the most baskets this game with 11 points. Two baskets each were in the second and third quarters. Carey scored three points in the final quarter. Up next was Dan Stephens with nine points and Derick Harrington with eight. Stephens scored two three point shots.
 



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