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SPORTS RECAP: Week of 9-25-19

Dundee celebrates homecoming with sports games
DUNDEE--The Dundee football team opened the season with their first eight-man game against the C.G. Finney/Northstar Falcons, Saturday, Sept. 21.
The Scots battled to a 28-22 lead at halftime before the Falcons added 14 points in the third quarter. The final score was 42-34, Finney.
On offense, quarterback Brady Richardson had 17 carries for 125 yards and two touchdowns. He was also 3-for-5 passing including 42 yards and two touchdowns.
Joshua Cramer led the ground game with 28 carries for 165 yards. Kenneth Empson Jr. followed with nine runs for 62 yards and a touchdown.
Cramer also led the defense with seven tackles and nine assists in the game. Logan Corey recorded six tackles and Empson, Tate Hoyt and Zack Neu had five. Neu and Corey both recorded sacks.
The Scots will now travel to Holley for their next game, Friday evening.
Girls soccer
The Lady Scots varsity soccer team tied Romulus/South Seneca, Friday, Sept. 20. The final score was 1-1.
Anna Bratlie scored for Dundee. In the goal, Claudya Lyons had 10 saves.
Dundee topped Prattsburgh, 3-1, Monday, Sept. 16.
Cheyenne Cummings, Mackenzie Strait, and Marleen Jansonius each scored once. Strait also assisted twice and Bratlie assisted once. In goal, Lyons had two saves.
Boys soccer
The Watkins Glen/Dundee boys varsity soccer team topped Newfield, 4-3, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Isaac McIlroy scored the first and third goals, while Peyton Boudino earned the team's second goal.
"Ended the half at 3-1," said Coach Nils Watson. "Newfield evened the score until Seamus Mooney played a beautiful ball over the keepers head."
In goal, Bryce Kelly posted eight saves.
The combined soccer team lost to Trumansburg, Monday, Sept. 16. The final score was 5-0.
Volleyball
Dundee's varsity volleyball team fell to South Seneca during homecoming, Friday, Sept. 20. The final scores were 25-15, 17-25, 25-13, 25-15.
Makenzie Cratsley posted eight digs, four aces, and three attacks. Lily Hall earned two digs, five attacks, and five assists. Abigail Miller had three digs, six attacks, and two aces.
The Scots lost to Campbell-Savona, 25-16, 25-13, 25-16, Monday, Sept. 16.
Cratsley had two attacks, four digs, and three aces. Renae Gregory added one attack and three assists. Hayley Herrick earned three digs and one attack.
Cross country
The Dundee varsity cross country teams competed at Palmyra-Macedon, Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Matt Wood won first (17:17) for the boys. Steven Webster was sixth (19:32). Gabe Dillon took 18th (21:32). Logan Buchanan placed 28th (23:13).

Penn Yan boys soccer wins one and loses two
PENN YAN--The Penn Yan boys varsity soccer team blanked South Seneca, 3-0, Saturday, Sept. 21.
Brigham Hansen scored two goals and had an assist. Nick Jarecke had the team's third goal. Caiden Demarco assisted once. In goal, Mason MacKerchar had five saves, while Oliver Connelly had two saves.
The Mustangs lost to Wayne, Thursday, Sept. 19. The final score was 6-0.
Penn Yan fell to Mynderse, 2-0, Tuesday, Sept. 17. Goalie MacKerchar had 10 saves.
Football
The Penn Yan varsity football team lost to Attica in an away game, Friday, Sept. 20. The final score was 48-0.
Kyle Berna was 14-for-26 passing earning 196 yards. Alex Foster also added seven yards.
Kyler Lloyd led in receiving, posting 91 yards with six catches. Brennan Prather followed with 74 yards on three receptions. Mekhi Mahan added 36 yards, while Damien Snyder had 13 yards.
On defense, Mahan led with 13 tackles. Damien Miller had eight tackles and Snyder had five.
Golf
Penn Yan's varsity golf team beat Midlakes, 221-243, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Kevin Smith posted a 41. Max Brodmann followed with a 42. Clark Simmons golfed a 45, while Clayton Koivuniemi had a 46. Peter Nicholson posted a 47.
Cross country
The Penn Yan varsity cross country teams hosted Romulus, Marion, and Red Creek, Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Joddie Decker led the girls in first place overall (21:57). Grace Murphy was second (23:19), followed by Jaina Doyle in fourth (23:44). Jenna Curbeau placed ninth (27:11). Kiana Larham was 11th (28:26).
For the boys, Ayden Mowry was third (19:00). James Tette was fourth (19:26). David Young placed sixth (20:20), while Teagan Fingar took ninth (23:09). Zack Smith followed in 10th (23:23) and Anthony Condella finished 11th (23:34).
Girls soccer
The Penn Yan girls varsity soccer team beat Geneva, 6-1, Saturday, Sept. 21.
Hayley Andersen scored three goals. Mariah Hoover, Leah Moniot, and Marianna Dalglish each scored one goal. Dalglish and Andersen both assisted twice. Sierra Harrison and Leah Moniot each assisted once.
Tennis
The Mustangs' varsity tennis team fell to Harley Allendale Columbia, 4-1, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Abigail Garvey won in singles, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4, for Penn Yan.
The tennis team blanked Bloomfield, 5-0, Tuesday, Sept. 17.
The scores in singles were: Molly Pullen, 6-0, 6-0, Claire Pullen, 6-1, 6-0, and Garvey, 6-0, 6-0.
The doubles team scores were: Sam Denson and Jayden Hollister, 6-2, 6-0; and Sydney Moravec and Grace Worth, 6-0, 6-0.

Lakers add two wins
HAMMONDSPORT--The Lakers' varsity volleyball team defeated Mynderse, 25-23, 25-19, 25-23, Friday, Sept. 20.
Bailey Fletcher led at the service line with five aces, followed by Erika Hilligus with four. Julia Bennett and Vittoria Cateni led at the net with 14 and seven kills respectively. Brianna Pratt had 30 setter assists.
With the win, the Lakers' record is now 7-0.
Hammondsport topped Penn Yan, Monday, Sept. 16. The final scores were 25-17, 25-20, 20-25, 15-25, 25-23.
Bennett had 16 kills and two blocks. Cateni posted two blocks and three kills. Angela Gonzo added five aces.
Girls soccer
The Hammondsport/Bradford girls varsity soccer team lost to Campbell-Savona, 4-1, Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Aubrie Cole scored for the combined team unassisted. In goal, Rorie Whitcomb posted eight saves, followed by Kirsta Sleeve with six.
Boys soccer
The Hammondsport boys varsity soccer team topped Marcus Whitman, 1-0, Saturday, Sept. 21.
The Lakers had 21 shots on goal and three corner kicks. Nevin Davis scored with a direct kick, assisted by Ben Cole.
Hammondsport was beaten by Addison, Wednesday, Sept. 18. The final score was 4-0.

Watkins Glen girls fall to Odessa; boys top Newfield
WATKINS GLEN--The Senecas girls varsity soccer team fell to Notre Dame, Friday, Sept. 20. The final score was 10-1.
Watkins had three corner kicks overall. Adrienna Solomon scored, with an assist from Carly Arnold. In goal, Lilly Ameigh posted 27 saves.
Watkins lost to Odessa-Montour, 5-0, Wednesday, Sept. 18. The Senecas had one corner kick. In goal, Ameigh had 14 saves.
Watkins was beaten by Marathon, 4-1, Monday, Sept. 16.
Haley Dean scored, with an assist from Solomon. Ameigh earned 21 saves in goal.
Boys soccer
The Watkins Glen/Dundee boys varsity soccer team topped Newfield, 4-3, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Isaac McIlroy scored the first and third goals, while Peyton Boudino earned the team's second goal.
"Ended the half at 3-1," said Coach Nils Watson. "Newfield evened the score until Seamus Mooney played a beautiful ball over the keepers head."
In goal, Bryce Kelly posted eight saves.
The combined soccer team lost to Trumansburg, Monday, Sept. 16. The final score was 5-0.
Cross country
The Watkins Glen boys varsity cross country team placed 10th at the pre-state invitational held at SUNY Plattsburgh, Saturday, Sept. 21.
Gabe Planty led in fifth place (16:21.2). Max Evans took 38th (17:47.7), followed by Sam Thorsland in 52nd (18:00.5). Steven Gublo was 84th (19:22.3).
For the girls, Makenzie Kellogg was 58th (23:05.5). Breanna Carl placed 63rd (23:21.8).
Volleyball
The Watkins Glen varsity volleyball team lost to Candor, Thursday, Sept. 19. The final scores were 25-8, 25-13, 25-11.
Kelsey DeMillo and Melanie Wysocki both had two service points and one kill. Carlie Baker earned one service point and three kills. Robin Zimba, Katrina Ricca, and Ava VanDusen each had one service point.
The Senecas lost to Spencer-Van Etten, 25-20, 14-25, 25-13, 25-11, Tuesday, Sept. 17.
DeMillo had 13 service points, one kill, and one dig. Ricca added five service points and two kills. Zimba posted four service points, three aces, and one dig. Wysocki had three service points and one ace.
Girls swimming
The Senecas' girls varsity swim team took sixth place out of 11 schools during Watkins' own invitational, Friday, Sept. 20, and Saturday, Sept. 21.
The 200 yard medley relay team of Peighton Cervoni, Faye Mooney, Amanda Wilbur, and Thalia Marquez were fourth with a time of 1:58.79. Alannah Klemann, Sarah Swinnerton, Malina Butler, and Kendra Fish finished 14th (2:17.52) in the same relay.
The 200 yard freestyle relay team (Cervoni, Wilbur, Marquez, and Mooney) took sixth in 1:47.87. The 400 yard freestyle relay team (Alannah Klemann, Fish, Aislinn Klemann, and Butler) were 13th with 4:39.93.

Seneca Indians come up short against Windsor
WATKINS GLEN--The Seneca Indians varsity football team lost a hard-fought game to Windsor, 20-14, Friday, Sept. 20.
"A loss like this really allows you to focus on what to adjust for next time," said Coach Trevor Holland. "A flat first half is no way to start a game against a team like Windsor with their size and athleticism. The second half stats really show the heart and determination that our players had when we were down 20-7 at the half."
The combined Watkins/Odessa team earned 279 total offensive yards. Owen Scholtisek posted 95 yards over 18 carries. Travon Jones followed with 75 yards on 16 carries. Jared Rumsey rushed 17 yards, while Dominick Fazzary had 14 yards and Matt Irwin 12. Derrick Lewis was 5-for-20 passing with 66 yards.
On the defensive side, Alex Kranyik and Jones both had six tackles. Cameron Holland posted two tackles and one interception, while Lewis had two tackles.
Girls soccer
The Odessa-Montour girls varsity soccer team beat Spencer-Van Etten/Candor, 6-1, Friday, Sept. 20.
Hannah Nolan and Sara Gardner each had two goals, while Mackenzie Cannon and Autumn Garrison both had one.
Grace Vondracek made five saves.
The soccer team topped Watkins Glen, Wednesday, Sept. 18. The final score was 5-0.
Nolan had three goals with Tori Brewster and Gardner each having one.
Vondracek made three saves.
Boys soccer
The Odessa-Montour boys soccer team defeated Newfield, Saturday, Sept. 21 in double overtime. Preston Harris recorded the go-ahead goal for the Indians.
Girls swimming
The Indians' girls varsity swim team lost to Southern Cayuga, 59-35, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Madison Moss was first in the 100 yard butterfly (1:11.97) and second in the 500 yard freestyle (6:07.90). Kara Reese placed first in the 100 yard backstroke (1:14.12) and second in the 200 yard individual medley (2:43.38).
Delaney Paulisczak finished first in the 100 yard breaststroke (1:34.15). Megan Adams took second in the 100 yard freestyle (1:09.84).
Odessa-Montour fell to Elmira Notre Dame, 52-40, Tuesday, Sept. 17.
Moss took first in the 500 yard freestyle (6:28.13) and second in the 100 yard butterfly (1:09.89). Adams was first in the 100 yard freestyle (1:08.15).
Reese finished second in the 50 yard freestyle (28.72) and 100 yard backstroke (1:15.24). Emilee Chaffinch was second in the 200 yard freestyle (2:47.68).
Volleyball
The Odessa-Montour volleyball team lost in three games to Thomas A. Edison, Thursday, Sept. 19.
Rhys Stermer had seven aces and 13 service points. Hannah Chapman recorded five kills.



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