SPORTS RECAP: Week of 9-19-18
Dundee volleyball falls in five games; football wins
DUNDEE--The Dundee varsity volleyball team lost to Campbell-Savona in five games, Monday, Sept. 17.
The scores were: 26-24, 23-25, 22-25, 25-21 and 16-25.
Mackenzie Strait had eight kills, two blocks and two aces. Alyssah Newell recorded two kills and five aces, while Megan Sutherland had two tips, four assists and one ace.
The Dundee varsity football team secured an 8-6 win against the Tri-Town team of South Seneca, Romulus, and Trumansburg, Friday, Sept. 14.
Joshua Cramer led with 151 yards earned over 20 carries, with one touchdown. Preston Cratsley added 26 yards on 13 carries. Gabriel Kirkendall had 21 yards on eight carries. Austin Gibson posted six yards on four carries.
Cramer and Preston Cole led the defense with nine tackles each. Kenneth Empson Jr. had five tackles, while Cratsley had four with a forced fumble.
The Lady Scots fell to Naples, 5-1, Thursday, Sept. 13. Haille Empson scored for Dundee. In goal, Karynna Rutledge had nine saves.
The girls lost to Marcus Whitman, Tuesday, Sept. 11. The final score was 6-0. Rutledge had 13 saves in goal.
The Dundee runners competed Tuesday, Sept. 11. Matt Wood placed third (18:35) overall. Curtis Maull finished 39th (25:57).
Penn Yan tennis moves to 6-0; football loses to ER
PENN YAN--Penn Yan's varsity tennis team blanked Naples, 5-0, Friday, Sept. 14.
In singles, Molly Pullen won against Chloe Wright, 6-0, 6-0. Claire Pullen beat Kara Cusson, 6-1, 6-2. Sam Denson topped Kharyl Judith, 4-6, 6-2, 6-3.
Doubles team Sydney Moravec and Abby Garvey defeated Virginia DiGiacinto and Emma Brace, 6-1, 6-3. Jayden Hollister and Grace Worth beat Shaylyn McGory and Mystery Hamman, 6-2, 6-0.
Penn Yan's tennis team notched a win against Newark, Thursday, Sept. 13. The final score was 5-0.
Molly Pullen beat Anabel Darling, 6-1, 6-1. Claire Pullen won against Cordelia Lalone, 6-0, 6-1. Denson defeated Arika Blaisdell, 6-0, 6-0.
In doubles, Moravec and Garvey topped Lauren Mays and Anna Bouwens, 6-0, 6-1. Hollister and Worth won by forfeit.
The Mustangs' varsity football team lost to East Rochester/Gananda, Friday, Sept 14. The final score was 49-36.
Will Rogers was 22-for-27 passing with 270 yards and three touchdowns. Conner Fingar recorded six receptions for 42 yards and two touchdowns.
Brennan Prather and Andrew Garren each had two fumble recoveries on defense.
The Penn Yan boys varsity soccer team fell to Livonia in a home game, Saturday, Sept. 15. The final score was 8-0.
The boys beat Waterloo, 3-2, Friday, Sept. 14.
Brendan Pinckney, Wally Young, and Brigham Hansen each scored for the Mustangs. Tyler Griffin, Dylan Hassos, and Young each assisted. In the goal, Mason MacKerchar posted four saves.
The Mustangs lost to Geneva, Wednesday, Sept. 12. The final score was 1-0. Penn Yan goalie MacKerchar had 10 saves. Girls soccer
The Lady Mustangs varsity soccer team lost to Newark, Thursday, Sept. 13. The final score was 6-0.
Penn Yan was beaten by Wayne, 8-0, Tuesday, Sept. 11. In goal, Elle Harrison posted 18 saves.
The Penn Yan varsity golf team won against Naples, 237-285, Friday, Sept. 14.
Peter Nicholson led with a 38. Max Brodmann had a 46, while Kevin Smith added a 48. Cameron Bassage posted a 52. Clark Simmons had a 53.
The Mustangs topped Palmyra-Macedon, 220-235, Thursday, Sept. 13.
Nicholson posted a low of 41, followed by Brodmann with a 43. Clay Koivunemi had a 44 and Smith recorded a 45. Bassage had a 47, with a birdie on hole six.
Penn Yan notched another win Wednesday, Sept. 12, against Midlakes. The final score was 232-269. Nicholson, Brodmann, and Smith each posted a 44.
The Penn Yan girls varsity cross country team took eighth and the boys 17th in the East Syracuse-Minoa Invitational, Saturday, Sept. 15.
Joddie Decker was 10th (21:03.8) overall. Maci Nicholson took 38th (23:07.5), while Jaina Doyle placed 55th (23:50.9). Gracie Murphy finished 66th (24:24.0) and Paige McKee was 95th (26:05.1).
For the boys, Ayden Mowry led in 60th (19:31.3). Connor Moore took 67th (19:41.2), followed by James Tette in 68th (19:41.7). David Young placed 110th (20:51.5). Daniel Jiang was 145th (22:25.1).
The Mustangs competed against Geneva, Bloomfield, and Palmyra-Macedon, Tuesday, Sept. 11.
Decker won first place (20:23) overall. Nicholson finished fifth (22:15). Doyle was sixth (22:15), while Gracie Murphy took seventh (22:22).
Mowry led the boys in third (18:32). Moore finished 10th (19:27).
Hammondsport volleyball tops Bloomfield
HAMMONDSPORT--The Lakers' varsity volleyball team beat Bloomfield in five sets, Friday, Sept. 14. The final scores were 25-20, 15-25, 19-25, 25-18, 25-15.
Hammondsport was led at the service line by Erika Hilligus with seven aces. Shelby Sherman added five aces and 11 kills. Julia Bennett had 10 kills, three blocks, and 13 digs. Brianna Pratt posted 26 setter assists and 16 digs.
The Lakers improved to a 6-0 record.
Hammondsport topped Addison, 25-14, 25-15, 25-8, Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Sherman had eight aces and seven kills, while Bennett posted six aces and 11 kills. Hilligus added four aces and six kills.
The Hammondsport girls varsity soccer team lost to Romulus, Friday, Sept. 14. The final score was 3-0. Goalie Megan Allen had 19 saves.
The Lakers were beaten by Avoca/Bradford, 5-1, Tuesday, Sept. 11. Madison Wright scored for Hammondsport. In goal, Rorie Whitcomb had three saves and Allen added two.
The Hammondsport boys soccer team lost to Prattsburgh, Saturday, Sept. 15. The final score was 2-0.
The boys also fell to Alfred-Almond, 5-0, Thursday, Sept. 13.
Odessa girls soccer tops Newfield, falls to Watkins
NEWFIELD--The Odessa-Montour girls varsity soccer team defeated Newfield 7-1, Friday, Sept. 14. Kennedey Heichel led with three goals. Lexi Saunders had two, while Autumn Garrison and Ida Sidle had one.
The girls lost to visiting Watkins Glen, 4-3, Wednesday, Sept. 12. Saunders scored all three goals for Odessa.
The Odessa-Montour boys varsity soccer team fell to Bradford, 8-1, Saturday, Sept. 15.
Odessa's boys soccer team lost to Watkins Glen in the opening round of the tournament, Friday, Sept. 14. The final score was 1-0.
The Indians' varsity swim team lost to Watkins Glen, Tuesday, Sept. 11. The final score was 101-59.
Tori Reese took first in the 200 IM (2:33.69) and first in the 100 breaststroke (1:17.27). Kara Reese won first in the 100 backstroke (1:20.47) and third in the 200 IM (2:50.79). Megan Adams was second in the 200 freestyle (2:36.91) and second in the 100 backstroke (1:22.26).
Katie Adams finished second in the 100 breaststroke (1:36.85), while Delaney Paulisczak followed in third (1:37.75). Adams was also third in the 100 butterfly (1:22.92). Taylor Cain took third in the 50 freestyle (35.51).
Odessa-Montour's varsity volleyball team beat Newfield in four sets, Thursday, Sept. 13. The final scores were 25-21, 11-25, 27-25, 26-24.
Isabel Foote had two aces, three assists, seven digs, and nine service points. Jacy Knapp posted two aces, one kill, 10 digs, and seven service points. Karlee Dudgeon added three aces, 16 digs, and six service points. Cheianne Webster earned three aces, six digs, and five service points. Sara Gardner had three aces, one block, 15 digs, and three service points.
The Indians lost to Waverly, 25-7, 25-21, 25-9, Tuesday, Sept. 11.
Knapp earned two aces, one assist, five digs, and six service points. Gardner had two blocks, four digs, and four service points. Foote posted two aces, one dig, and four service points.
Seneca Indians football
The Seneca Indians faced off against Waverly in a game that came down to a last-minute two-point conversion, Saturday, Sept. 15.
Waverly ended up winning 21-20. However, the game started scoreless in the first quarter and the Seneca Indians led 6-0 at halftime.
"Exactly where we wanted to be in a game like this, control the tempo and grind Waverly down, play after play with our front line," said Coach Trevor Holland. "In the first half the Seneca-Indians ran 37 plays, compared to Waverly's 19."
Waverly lead in the third quarter, 14-6. The combined Watkins/Odessa team tied the score 14-14 with 7:38 left in the game. Waverly then scored on a 17 yard pass play to go ahead, 21-14. The Seneca-Indians answered with a touchdown at 1:49 left on the clock. However, the two-point conversion failed and Waverly won 21-20.
Joe Chedzoy led with 236 yards on 27 carries for three touchdowns. Zach Elliott had 79 yards over 23 carries. Owen Scholtisek earned 11 yards, while Travon Jones added four yards.
Derrick Lewis attempted seven passes for 31 yards. The Seneca Indians earned a total of 361 yards.
On the defensive, Wyatt Brower tackled nine players. Dylan Houseknecht and Elliott each posted six tackles. Wrett Brower, Gage Arcangeli, and Jones each had five tackles.
Watkins boys, girls soccer teams beat Odessa
ODESSA--The Watkins Glen boys varsity soccer team lost to Dryden, 5-1, in the Odessa-Montour tournament championship, Saturday, Sept. 15. Josiah Wysocki scored on a penalty kick. Nate Wickham had 21 saves in goal.
The Watkins team topped Odessa-Montour, 1-0, in the tournament, Friday, Sept. 14. Avery Watson scored for Watkins on an unassisted free kick. Wickham had nine saves.
The Senecas lost to Trumansburg, 5-1, Tuesday, Sept. 11. Aydin Zahradnik scored on a penalty kick. In the goal, Wickham had 35 saves and Bryce Kelly posted two.
The Senecas' girls varsity soccer team lost to Dryden in an away game, Friday, Sept. 14. The final score was 8-1.
Hannah Morse scored, with an assist from Danielle Leszyk. Goalie Cierra Barber had 22 saves.
"We didn't come out with a lot of energy as a team tonight and ran into a very good Dryden team," said Coach Scott Morse. "We had moments of looking decent but it was an inconsistent effort throughout."
With the loss, Watkins' record is 3-3.
Watkins topped Odessa-Montour, 4-3, Wednesday, Sept. 12.
Morse scored all four goals. Leszyk, Haley Dean, and Abby Gibson each assisted once. In the goal, Barber posted 12 saves.
The Watkins Glen girls varsity swim team defeated visiting Odessa-Montour, Tuesday, Sept. 11, 101-59.
Peighton Cervoni placed first in the 50 freestyle (26.89), while Amanda Wilbur took first in the 100 butterfly (1:05.89). Allison Gibson was first in the 100 freestyle (58.96). Isabella Fazzary finished first in the 500 freestyle (6:26.93). Jillian Cantieni won first in the 200 freestyle (2:19.38).
Madeleine Kilcoyne placed second in the 200 IM (2:45.95) and second in the 100 butterfly (1:15.91). Malina Butler was second in the 50 freestyle (30.42). Faye Mooney took second in the 100 freestyle (1:08.75). Thalia Marquez finished second in the 500 freestyle (6:35.51).
The Watkins Glen boys varsity cross country team placed 14th and the girls 16th at the East Syracuse-Minoa Invitational, Saturday, Sept. 15.
Gabe Planty placed second (17:03.9) for Watkins individually. Max Evans took 31st (18:24.9), while Steven Gublo was 72nd (19:48.4). Benjamin Swinnerton placed 122nd (21:07.7) and Elliott Holland was 143rd (22:22.3).
For the girls, Kai Sutterby led in 33rd (22:47.2). Breanna Carl finished 57th (24:03.4). Makenzie Kellogg took 65th (24:21.9). Sierra Morris was 170th (35:33.1), followed by Maya Somerville in 177th (40:06.6).