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Webb wins 100m 'unofficially'

PENN YAN—The Dundee boys and girls track and field teams participated in a scrimmage at Penn Yan. Official times were not recorded. The event, however, allowed the athletes to compete in game-like conditions. With a strong wind, practice at the high jump was most problematic. Some of the relays and short distance events were affected when the athletes had to run into the wind.
Dundee’s 100m record holder, Steven Webb, ran an unofficial time of 11.19 seconds, slightly above the time he ended with last year. New to the Dundee field team is Mike Raplee. Raplee, known for his football and wrestling prowess, looks to be strong in both the discus and shot put, according to coach Sheldon Gibson. Gibson predicts a great season for the Dundee team. “There’s no reason why we shouldn’t have a good representation at sectionals.”
The Dundee team wore their new track uniforms. Gibson stated the new uniforms were a hit. “The old uniforms were pretty aged and almost thread-bare. These new uniforms are pretty nice.”

The Dundee Scots, after two straight wins, played South Seneca, April 9, in a game featuring cold, wintry weather with a brisk north wind. South Seneca scored four runs in the first inning, one in the second and two in both the third and fourth innings. Dundee scored once in the first inning and four times in the second. After the second inning, however, the Dundee bats quieted.
Kyle Spinks and Jake Karlnoski each had two hits for Dundee.
The Dundee Scots beat Romulus, April 8. In the game played in winter-like weather, Dundee got a complete game from pitcher Steven Earl and 17 hits from several batters to beat Romulus 10-2. Earl struck out 11 batters and allowed no earned runs. Kyle Spinks was his catcher.
Spinks went 3-for-4 with two runs scored. Blaine Moore, Tom Pratt, Earl and Mike Scott each had two hits. Scott also had a triple.
The Scots beat Marcus Whitman 4-3, April 6. Dustyn Thompson pitched the complete game, striking out five. Moore and Patric Perez each had two hits.

The Dundee softball team beat South Seneca, April 9, 14-6. Rashanna Gee was the winning pitcher. Dundee scored once in the first, second and fifth innings. They scored six runs in the third inning, two in the fourth and three in the sixth inning.
The softball team lost to Romulus, 6-5, April 9. Casi Strait, Corina Booth and Kate Hungerford each had two hits apiece.


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