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SPORTS RECAP: Week of 2-5-20

Penn Yan wrestling tops South Seneca; girls win
PENN YAN--The Marcus Whitman/Penn Yan varsity wrestling team won against South Seneca, 57-23, Thursday, Jan. 30.
Ayden Mowry (120) pinned Trent Stagg in 1:31. Evan Gray (126) beat Trevor Sibley in 4:50. Damien Snyder (138) topped Tyler Piccolo in 2:50.
Chad Smith (152) won against Josh Wilkins by decision, 5-3. Justin Smith (170) defeated Elijah Griffin in 0:25. Austin Smith (182) beat Adam Sibley in 3:43.
Alec Benson (220) won against Simon Appleby in 1:16. Mason Petersen (285) topped Johnathan Kaiser in 1:53. Nathaniel Nichols (113) and Colton Yerkes (195) won by forfeit.
Boys basketball
The Mustangs' boys varsity basketball team fell to Newark, 63-24, Friday, Jan. 31.
Coach Dan Doyle said Mason Kuver and Justice Jones were both out due to sickness. Kyle Berna scored eight points, including a pair of three-point shots. David DeSorbo and Griffin Emerson both posted seven points. Peter Nicholson and Brennan Prather both added one point.
Penn Yan lost to Geneva, 74-40, Tuesday, Jan. 28.
Emerson led with seven points. Berna scored six, followed by Devin Gerhardt and Austin Meredith with five points each. Prather, Nicholson, and Dominic Lafferty each posted four points. DeSorbo and Andrew Garren both scored two points.
Girls basketball
The Lady Mustangs' varsity basketball team topped Newark, Friday, Jan. 31. The final score was 72-34.
Sierra Harrison and Jammie Decker both led with 14 points. Hayley Andersen and Ashley Sisson both scored 12 points. Joddie Decker added 11 points, followed by Sam Lane-Tomion with five. Kaley Griffin and Jenna Curbeau both posted two points.
Penn Yan defeated Geneva, 57-19, Wednesday, Jan. 29.
Jammie Decker scored 19 points, with 10 rebounds. Andersen posted 11 points and five rebounds. Sisson added 10 points and six rebounds, while Joddie Decker and Curbeau both had six points. Harrison posted four points.
The Penn Yan team beat Rush-Henrietta, 52-28, Monday, Jan. 27.
Harrison led with 19 points. Sisson followed with 13 points and eight rebounds. Joddie Decker earned eight points, six assists, and five rebounds, while Jammie Decker had six points and 10 rebounds. Griffin and Andersen both contributed three points.

Dundee girls win championship; basketball teams lose
PENN YAN--The Dundee girls bowling team captured the Finger Lakes West League Championship, Monday, Feb. 3. The girls defeated Bloomfield 5-0 and brought their season total to 46-4. The boys also recorded a win, defeating Bloomfield 4-1.
The girls bowling team also beat Romulus, 4-1, Thursday, Jan. 30.
Kayla Andrews led with a 389. Samantha Hunt posted a 382. Cassie Morrissette bowled a 370, while Claudya Lyons earned a 334.
The boys lost, 5-0. Stephan Smith bowed a 644. Austin States posted a 420. Justin Keech had a 380, followed by Aaron Ayers with a 324. Bryan Merrill contributed a 309.
Girls basketball
The Lady Scots varsity basketball team fell to Red Jacket, 44-28, Thursday, Jan. 30.
Makenzie Cratsley had eight points and seven rebounds. Mackenzie Strait also scored eight points. Hallie Knapp posted five points and seven rebounds.
Boys basketball
The Dundee boys varsity basketball team lost to Red Jacket in a home game, Friday, Jan. 31. The final score was 55-40. Steven Webster led with 16 points and Logan Salvatore recorded 11.
The Scots basketball team suffered a defeat to Honeoye, 54-45, Wednesday, Jan. 29. No additional stats were provided.
Indoor track
The Watkins Glen/Dundee varsity indoor track team competed in the Section IV meet, Saturday, Feb. 1.
Matt Wood won the 3200 meter run (10:15). Lily Hall was fourth in the long jump (15'11.25") and sixth in the triple jump with (33'3.5").
Cheerleading
The Dundee varsity cheerleading squad took first at the Arkport-Canaseraga Winter Cheer Challenge, Saturday, Feb. 1.

Hammondsport boys top Addison, 53-47
The Hammondsport boys varsity basketball team defeated Addison, 53-47, Friday, Jan. 31.
Zak Davis posted 14 points, while C.J. Hill netted 12 points.
Coach Martello said, "I couldn't be more proud of my guys. We started the game off slow down 0-15 until we started pressing them and then we went on a 15-0 run to tie the game. The guys showed a lot of guts and played with intensity for the rest of the game and we made some important free throws at the end to seal the victory."
Hammondsport fell to Canisteo-Greenwood, 60-48, Tuesday, Jan. 28.
The Lakers and the Redskins were tied at the end of the first quarter and the Lakers pulled ahead in the third quarter, but couldn't hold the lead. Davis netted 15 points. Thomas Kressly scored 11 points.
Girls basketball
The Hammondsport girls varsity basketball team beat Addison in an away game, Friday, Jan. 31. The final score was 46-33. Destiny Hammond led with 12 points. Jillian Underhill and Hannah Hoerter each had 10.
The Lakers fell to Canisteo-Greenwood, 46-43, Wednesday, Jan. 31.
Hoerter scored 11 points. Hammond and Maddie Sprague both posted 10 points. Underhill added five points, while Erika Hilligus had four points.

Watkins boys win two games; swimmers top Dryden
WATKINS GLEN--The Watkins Glen boys varsity basketball team topped Thomas A. Edison in a home game, 56-34, Friday, Jan. 31. Isaac McIlroy led with 17 points and Adam Pastore followed with eight.
Watkins Glen bounced back from their loss last week to Waverly by defeating Odessa-Montour 80-36, Tuesday, Jan. 28. McIlroy and Max Evans each had 14 points.
Girls basketball
The Watkins Glen girls varsity basketball team fell to Odessa-Montour, 44-36, Wednesday, Jan. 29.
Kelsey Kernan led with 11 points and six rebounds. Aislinn Klemann posted seven points and two rebounds. Carly Arnold earned five points, five rebounds, and two steals, while Abigail Gibson also had five points and two rebounds. Jenna Solomon contributed four points, eight rebounds, and two assists. Adrienna Solomon earned three points, 10 rebounds, and five assists.
Bowling
The Watkins Glen girls varsity bowling team topped Newark Valley, 4-0, Thursday, Jan. 30.
Makenzie Kellogg posted a 412. Ava Cowan added a 387, followed by Alyiah Clink-Bentley with a 369.
The boys lost 3-1. R.J. Bannon led with a 549. Matt Irwin added a 544. Caleb Smith posted a 513. Michael Cook bowled a 475, while Mykel Cody had a 450.
The Senecas fell to Union Springs/Port Byron, Tuesday, Jan. 28.
The boys lost, 3-1. Irwin bowled a 549, followed by Bannon with a 492. Cody earned a 403.
The girls fell, 4-0. Cowan led with a 393, followed by Kellogg with a 391. Maisie Robertson posted a 363.
Watkins bowling teams were both beaten by Union Springs/Port Byron again, 4-0, on Monday, Jan. 27.
Bannon led the boys with a 566. Irwin added a 548.
For the girls, Cowan bowled a 390. Kellogg contributed a 358.
Indoor track
The Watkins Glen/Dundee varsity indoor track team competed at the Section IV meet, Saturday, Feb. 1.
Matt Wood won first in the 3200 meter run (10:15). Breanna Carl took sixth in the 1500 meter race walk (9:29.58, a personal record). Lily Hall was fourth in the long jump (15'11.25") and sixth in the triple jump with (33'3.5"). Ryleigh Clark finished fifth in the long jump (15'9", a personal record) and fourth in the triple jump (33'7").
Cheerleading
The Watkins Glen varsity cheerleading squad competed at the Canaseraga Cheer Challenge, Saturday, Feb. 1. The Senecas placed third in the Co-ed Varsity Division.
Watkins competes next in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference (IAC) Championship at Newark Valley, Saturday, Feb. 8.
Boys swimming
The Watkins Glen boys varsity swim team beat Dryden, 93-55, Thursday, Jan. 30.
Liam Smith took first in the 200 freestyle (2:13.53) and first in the 500 freestyle (6:00.71). Colby Thurston was first in the 100 backstroke (1:23.17) and diving. Ben Swinnerton finished first in the 200 individual medley (2:40.62). Scott Brubaker was first in the 100 butterfly (1:26.04). Daine Butler placed first in the 100 freestyle (1:01.27).
The Senecas lost to Greene in an away meet, Monday, Jan. 27. The final score was 90-82
Smith was first in the 200 individual medley (2:36.94). Jordan Avery took first in the 50 freestyle (26.09). Thurston was first in diving. Butler finished first in the 100 breaststroke (1:20.02).
Wrestling
The Odessa-Montour/Watkins Glen varsity wrestling team defeated Ithaca, 42-39.
Brandon Davis (113) beat Chris Biloski with a pin in 1:32. Kadin Burnham (120) pinned Ariel Schwartz in 2:00. Mark Waterman (126) beat James Ofori in 1:27. Dominick Fazzary (145) topped Cole Simkin-Boyar in 1:51.
Josiah Lynch (138), Paiton Bailey (182) and Joshua Beckley (195) won by forfeit.

Odessa-Montour girls defeat Spencer-Van Etten 50-31
SPENCER--Odessa-Montour's girls varsity basketball team defeated Spencer-Van Etten, 50-31, Friday, Jan. 31.
Kara Reese led with 18 points, seven steals, and six rebounds. Sara Gardner posted 10 points. JoLynn Minnier netted six points, with 10 rebounds. Autumn Garrison also scored six points. Grace Vondracek earned five points, eight rebounds, and five steals. Mallory Rhodes contributed three points, while Jessica Carnes had two points.
The Indians beat Watkins Glen, 44-36, Wednesday, Jan. 29.
Gardner posted 14 points. Vondracek added 10 points and 12 rebounds. Reese added eight points and four assists. Garrison scored seven points. Minnier earned five points and 10 rebounds.
Boys basketball
The Odessa-Montour boys varsity basketball team lost to Spencer-Van Etten in an away game, Friday, Jan. 31. The final score was 57-49. Paden Grover recorded 14 points and Devon Mahaney 11.
The Odessa boys lost to Watkins Glen, 80-36, Tuesday, Jan. 28. Mahaney had seven points for the Indians.
Boys swimming
The Indians' boys varsity swim team lost to Southern Cayuga, 53-41, Thursday, Jan. 30.
Micah Brewster took first in the 200 free (2:11.37) and second in the 500 free (6:23.82). Jacob Mayette was first in the 100 fly (1:05.61) and second in the 200 individual medley (2:36.04).
Brock Sgrecci was first in the 100 breaststroke (1:13.90) and second in the 100 free (1:01.05). Brett Walters finished first in the 100 free (55.76).



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