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SPORTS RECAP: Week of 12/13/17

Wrestlers compete at Arkport; top Moravia
ARKPORT--The Odessa-Montour varsity wrestling team competed at the Ark-Can Holiday Duals, Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9.
The Indians beat Arkport, 52-12; Dundee, 48-24; and Hornell, 34-33. The team lost to Alfred Almond, 37-36; Avon-Geneseo, 54-24; Caledonia Mumford, 50-30; Dansville, 42-36; East Rochester, 48-35; and Livonia-Wayland-Cohocton, 69-18.
Odessa beat Moravia, 37-36, via a tiebreaker, Wednesday, Dec. 6. The Indians earned the tie-breaking point by having won more matches.
Collin Haag (138) beat Casey Smith by decision, 10-5. Daniel Minnier (160) pinned Tryston Morris in 0:36. Jeremiah Lynch (170) topped Joe Shoemaker in 1:35. Samuel Clugstone (195) won against Caleb Warner in 1:54. Dylan Houseknecht (285) defeated Trent Rutan in 0:37. Josiah Lynch (120) beat Ed Sisson, by decision 7-0. Thomas Rumpff (113) won by forfeit.
Girls basketball
The Odessa-Montour girls varsity basketball team beat Newark Valley in an away game, Friday, Dec. 8. The final score was 63-50.
Nakiaha Robinson led with 20 points, seven rebounds, and six steals. Gillian Clark posted 16 points and eight rebounds. Olivia Grover had 13 points, five steals, and seven rebounds. Alexis Saunders added eight points, while Sara Gardner scored three. Grace Vondracek had two points and Kennedey Heichel one.
"We got off to a good start, but got into some foul trouble again and they didn't go away," said Coach Greg Gavich. "They're a young team on the rise and they showed it tonight and gave us all we could handle."
The girls basketball team defeated Thomas A. Edison, 74-28, Monday, Dec. 4.
Grover led with 19 points and eight rebounds. Robinson added 16 points, eight steals and five assists. Heichel earned 12 points, five steals, and six assists. Gardner and Heidi Casselberry both scored seven points, while Saunders had six. Vondracek contributed three points. Hunter Daugherty and Hannah Bruno each added two points.
Boys basketball
Odessa-Montour's boys varsity basketball team fell to Newark Valley, Friday, Dec. 8. The final score was 68-64.
Curtis Harris had 21 points.
Boys swimming
The Odessa-Montour boys varsity swim team fell to Waverly, 100-70, Thursday, Dec. 7.
Alec Betts won first in the 200 free (2:04.86, a personal record) and in the 100 breaststroke (1:17.07). Billy Tague finished first in the 200 IM (2:12.29) and in the 100 butterfly (59.40).
Jake Mayette took second in the 50 free (26.25). Brett Walters placed second in the 100 free (58.17) and 100 backstroke (1:08.30, a personal record).
The 200 medley relay team (Micah Brewster, Tyler Carson, Bailey Hornbrook and Brett Walters), the 200 free relay team (Jake Mayette, Bailey Hornbrook, Alec Betts, and Billy Tague), and the 400 free relay team (Jake Mayette, Brett Walters, Alec Betts, and Billy Tague) all finished second.
"It was a tough meet against Waverly. They have a large, experienced team," said Coach Terri Brace. "The O-M guys swam well, evidenced by the number of personal records, but it just wasn't enough to overcome Waverly's depth."
Bowling
The Odessa-Montour girls varsity bowling team beat Notre Dame, 3-1, Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Jackie Vincent led with a 510. Jana Arias posted a 378, followed by Pixie Kinner with 367 and Madison Randall with 351. Ashley Stewart posted a 344.
The boys lost 4-0. Eric Rumsey and Andrew Ink both posted 476. Colton Chapman added 320.
The Odessa bowling teams fell to Tioga, Tuesday, Dec. 5.
The girls lost, 3-1. Vincent had a 576, while Arias posted 439 and Kinner had 382. Kacie Wood earned a 371.
The boys lost, 4-0. Rumsey bowled a 513. Jesse Jordan had a 477, followed by Ink with a 390 and Dylan Holt with a 304.

Watkins Glen girls basketball easily tops Tioga, 51-28
WATKINS GLEN--The Watkins Glen girls varsity basketball team topped Tioga, 51-28, Friday, Dec. 8.
Danielle Leszyk scored nine points, including three three-point shots, four rebounds, and two assists. Ryanna LaMoreaux also had nine points, with four rebounds and two assists. Emmie Bond had eight points, 11 rebounds, and one steal. Hannah Morse posted seven points and eight assists. Julia Reilly added six points, one rebound, one steal, and one assist. Taylor Kelly scored four points, with three steals.
The Senecas beat Newark Valley, 52-39, Tuesday, Dec. 5.
LaMoreaux scored 14 points, three rebounds, two blocks, one assist, and one steal. Kelly added 10 points, seven rebounds, and two steals. Clara Chedzoy had nine points, 10 rebounds, two steals, and two assists. Bond and Leszyk both added seven points. Bond also earned 10 rebounds. Morse scored four points with four assists.
Boys basketball
The Watkins Glen boys varsity basketball team fell to Tioga, Friday, Dec. 8. The final score was 61-49. Dayne Hughey had 13 points for Watkins.
The Senecas lost to Newark Valley, 53-36, Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Indoor track
The Watkins Glen indoor track team competed against 28 other teams at the Ithaca College Bomber High School Invite at the Edward and Shari Glazer Arena, Saturday, Dec. 9.
Gabe Planty placed third in the 1600 meter run (4:35.49), out of 53 runners. Aaron Planty followed in sixth (4:40.40). Allison Gibson earned a new school record in the 55 meters (8.02). Isobel Scheffey also posted a new school record in the 300 meters (46.54).
Bowling
The Watkins Glen girls varsity bowling team blanked Newark Valley, 4-0, while the boys won 3-1, Thursday, Dec. 7.
Kendra Cornish bowled a 436. Hayley Cornish posted a 373. Nancy Jackson had 369, followed by Makenzie Kellogg with 368. Alyiah Clink-Bentley added 354.
For the boys, Steven Bradley led with a 569. Wyatt Brower earned a 540, while Conlin Wysocki had a 480. Wrett Brower had a 461 and Casen Weeden added 422.
The Watkins bowling teams both defeated Elmira Notre Dame, 4-0, Tuesday, Dec. 5.
For the girls, Hayley Cornish posted a 497. Kendra Cornish added 448. Clink-Bentley bowled a 415, while Jackson had 405. Kellogg earned a 375.
Weeden led the boys with 575. H. Nathaniel Rose contributed a 534. Wrett Brower earned a 504, followed by Bradley with 501. Wysocki added 449.
Boys swimming
The Watkin Glen boys varsity swim team lost to Lansing, 75-35, Thursday, Dec. 7.
Nathaniel Wickham won the 50 free (25.24, a personal record for the season) and was second in the 100 free (57.61, a new personal record). Scott Brubaker took first in the 100 breaststroke (1:38.82).
The 200 free relay team of Ramel Fulcher, Jacob Asbury, Brubaker and Wickham were first. Asbury finished second in the 200 free with a personal record of 2:57.06, dropping his time by 15 seconds.
The Senecas varsity swim team suffered a loss to Southern Cayuga, 48-21, Tuesday, Dec. 4. Only four Watkins swimmers were eligible to compete for the first meet of the season.
Wickham won both the 50 free (25.82) and 100 free (1:00.08). Brubaker took first in the 100 breaststroke (1:37.43).

Wrestlers finish fifth; boys basketball tops Pal-Mac
ELMIRA--The Penn Yan varsity wrestling team finished fifth overall at the Elmira Christmas Tournament, Saturday, Dec. 9. There were 13 schools competing.
Coty Bailey took first at 170 pounds. Nate Elliott (152) and Alvaro Chavez (195) were second. Jarred Calice (138) was third.
The Mustangs fell to Waterloo, 60-30, Thursday, Dec. 7.
Caleb Plain (132) pinned Zachary Coleman in 1:31. Calice (138) beat Thomas Laughlan in 1:08. Elliott (152) topped Isaiah Cottman in 1:18. Bailey (170) pinned Tyler Burnell in 1:25. Ayden Mowry (99) won by forfeit.
Boys basketball
The Mustangs varsity basketball team topped Palmyra-Macedon, Friday, Dec. 8. The final score was 48-41. Ben Emerson had 16 points.
The Penn Yan boys varsity basketball team posted a win against Attica, 80-40, Tuesday, Dec. 5. Dylan Stape and Emerson both led with 17 points. Desmond Battin added 13, followed by Conner Fingar with 11 points. Will Rogers contributed 10.
Girls basketball
The Lady Mustangs varsity basketball team fell to Palmyra-Macedon in an away game, Friday, Dec. 8. The final score was 56-49. No additional stats were provided.
Bowling
The Penn Yan boys and girls varsity bowling teams both topped Geneva, 4-0, Monday, Dec. 4.
Zach Gurba led the boys with a 547. Zach Blauvelt added a 510. Cameron Bassage posted 486, while Trevor Harris earned a 449.
For the girls, Kari Ayers bowled a 570. Emily Augustine posted a 459, followed by Emilie Thomas with 457.

Dundee boys lose two games; bowling wins
MARCUS WHITMAN--The Dundee boys varsity basketball team fell to Marcus Whitman, 50-38, Friday, Dec. 8. Kyle Cratsley led with 16 points. Preston Cratsley scored eight, while Robbie Clark added five.
Dundee's basketball team suffered a loss to Honeoye, Wednesday, Dec. 6. The final score in overtime was 45-36. Cratsley posted 12 points, followed by Wylie Hall with 11. Ryan Prior had seven points.
The Scots beat Bradford, 57-44, Monday, Dec. 4. Hall scored 18 points, while Cratsley had 17.
Girls basketball
The Dundee girls varsity basketball team lost to Marcus Whitman, Thursday, Dec. 7. The final score was 63-22.
Mackenzie Strait posted nine points. Alyssah Newell scored five, while Hallie Knapp had four. Vivienne Hoad and Brianne Maloy each earned two points.
The Lady Scots fell to Honeoye, 51-30, Tuesday, Dec. 5. Strait led with 13 points, three rebounds, and three steals. Makenzie Cratsley added eight points and 10 rebounds. Hoad had four points and two rebounds. Megan Sutherland scored three points, while Karynna Rutledge added two.
Bowling
The Dundee boys and girls varsity bowling teams beat Harley-Allendale Columbia, Wednesday, Dec. 6.
The boys blanked Harley, 4-0. Jared Hartman bowled a 530. Stephan Smith posted a 466, while Hunter Murphy added 448. Connor Muck had a 426 and Lucas Bowden a 421.
The girls won, 3-1. Edele Morgan had a 483. Mercedez Roy bowled a 421. Samantha Hunt added 376, followed by Erika Gould with 311. Jaedyn Brewer posted 270.
The Scots bowling teams beat Romulus, 4-0, Tuesday, Dec. 5.
For the boys, Hartman had a 521. Muck bowled a 471, followed by Bowden with a 459. Alec Chapman earned a 400.
Morgan led the girls with a 437. Roy had a 383. Brewer posted 344, while Gould earned a 317 and Samantha Hunt a 312.
Wrestling
The Dundee varsity wrestling team competed at the Ark-Can Holiday Duals, Friday, Dec. 8 and Saturday, Dec. 9.
The Scots had nine matches total. Kenneth Empson and Logan Corey were both 6-3, all with pins. At press time, full stats were only available from four contests. Dundee lost to Alfred-Almond 54-12, Arkport 39-36, Odessa-Montour 48-24 and Wellsville 48-30.
Against Alfred-Almond, Steven Ameigh and Trenton Lane had competitive wins. Corey, Phoenix Ault, Empson and Leif Hoyt won matches against Arkport. Corey and Tate Hoyt got pins against Odessa, while Haille Empson, Corey and Kenneth Empson won in matches with Wellsville.

Hammondsport beats Canisteo-Greenwood
CANISTEO-The Hammondsport boys varsity basketball team topped Canisteo-Greenwood, Wednesday, Dec. 6. The final score was 45-42.
The Lakers went into halftime with a nine-point lead, but Canisteo scored 25 points in the third quarter. Hammondsport was able to wrap it up by outscoring their opponents 12-6 in the final quarter.
High scorers for Hammondsport were Brayden Whitcomb and Parker Watson each netting 12 points. Whitcomb also posted 13 rebounds and four steals.
Girls basketball
The Lakers girls varsity basketball team suffered a loss to Addison, 44-29, Thursday, Dec. 7.
Teá Flynn scored 13 points, with four rebounds and two steals. Paige MacDonald added five points, 15 rebounds, and two steals. McKenzie Boscoe earned four points, 11 rebounds, and three steals. Destiny Hammond posted three points and three rebounds. Megan Allen and Deonna Deal scored two. Allen also had nine rebounds, while Deal had three rebounds, two assists, and one steal.
Hammondsport fell to Romulus, 56-30, Tuesday, Dec. 5.
Boscoe earned 10 points, seven rebounds, and two assists. Hammond added eight points, two assists, and two steals. Allen scored six points, with seven rebounds. Flynn earned four points and eight rebounds. Deal scored two points.



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