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Watkins Glen loses by one point

WATKINS GLEN—The Senecas lost a close game against the Waverly Wolverines, Tuesday, Dec. 15.
The Watkins Glen boys varsity basketball team lost, 55-54.  The Senecas were close throughout the entire game.  Watkins was ahead by one point at the end of the first quarter, but trailed in the following periods.  Waverly even scored the first basket within 10 seconds of the start of the game.
The Senecas' Stuart Cook scored the most points with 18.  Connor Fitzsimmons was next with 14 points, and Travis Waite had nine.
The next Watkins boys basketball game is at Newark Valley, Dec. 18.

Indoor track
The Watkins Glen Indoor Track team competed Saturday night, Dec. 12, at SUNY Cortland’s Lusk Fieldhouse. This meet was for ninth and 10th graders.
Coach Justin Mucitelli said sophomores Chris Gill and Shane Smith both had personal records in their events. Gill threw 30’7” which gave him a fifth place finish overall. Smith ran the 600m run in 1:37.90 where he finished  fourth overall. Freshman Tyler Isaacs had a sixth place finish in the 55m dash with a time of 7.11 seconds and placed fifth in the 300m dash with a time of 42.1 seconds.
Alex Rundle finished 21st overall in the 1000m run (3:24.90) and 16th overall in the 600m (1:56.30). Josh Langley finished fifth overall in the 3200m run with a time of 11:37. Adam Meierjurgen finished 26th overall in the 1000m with a time of 3:24.90. The 3200m relay team of Smith, Rundle, Meierjurgen, Gill finished fourth overall with a time of 10:52.80.
Gill: Shot put- 30’7”, 55m dash- 9.00 sec
All Watkins Glen competitors at the event were the following:
Isaacs: 55m dash- 7.11 sec, 300m dash- 42.10 sec, shot 30’2”
Langley: 3200m run- 11:37
Brandon Lucia: 1000m- 3:55.7, 600m run-2:10.60
Meierjurgen: 1000m run- 3:34.00
Rundle: 1000m run- 3:24.90, 600m run- 1:56.30
Smith: 600m run- 1:37.90, 300m dash- 42.60 sec
Smith, Rundle, Meierjurgen, Gill: 3200m relay-10:52.
 


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