SPORTS RECAP: Week of 4-26-23

Apr 26, 2023 at 08:52 pm by Observer-Review

The Seneca Storm baseball team won against Spencer-Van Etten-Candor, Friday, April 21. The final score was 4-2. The baseball also played Spencer-Van Etten-Candor on Wednesday and Monday. The game scores were 9-5 and 6-1 respectively, with the Storm winning.

Watkins Glen
The Watkins Glen softball team beat Newfield, 29-16, Wednesday, April 19.
The softball team also defeated Trumansburg, Monday, April 17. The final score was 13-6.

The Watkins Glen lacrosse team lost to Whitney Point, 15-6, Thursday, April 20. Nick Ritter recorded three goals in the game. Nick D'Alleva had two and Sam Hohle had one.
The lacrosse team also lost to Chenango Valley, 24-5, Tuesday, April 18. Goals were recorded by D'Alleva (three), Ben Chedzoy and Ritter.

Track and Field
The Watkins Glen track team competed at the Tioga Twisted Relays, Friday, April 21. Natalee Oliver was first in the 800 meter run race. Skylar Lagramada was first in the 400 meter dash and Ross Pentz was first in the discus throw and third in the shot put.

The Watkins Glen tennis team beat Moravia, 4-1, Thursday, April 20. Winning in the match were Jason Murphy, Andre Wixson, Katrina Ricca-Max Ricca and Alannah Klemann-Faye Mooney.

Track and Field
The Odessa-Montour track and field team competed in the Square Deal Invitational, Saturday, April 22. The girls were eighth overall and the boys took 15th.
Tori Brewster was first in the 100 meter dash. Hannah Nolan was first in the 400 hurdles.
David Patterson took second in the pentathlon.

The Dundee-Bradford baseball team lost to Bloomfield, 16-1, Thursday, April 20. Jeremy Stiles was on the hill for the BraveScots. He went three and a third innings, allowing eight runs on nine hits, striking out one and walking one. Nate Kiskaden and Gabe Stiles entered the game as relief. Kiskaden and Dylan Monell each collected one hit for the BraveScots.
The boys fell to Avoca-Prattsburgh 3-2, Monday, April 17. Prattsburgh put up two runs to go ahead in the fourth inning, but Mason McAvoy drove in two runs in the seventh for the Bravescots. Prattsburgh scored on an error in the bottom of the seventh to clinch the game. McAvoy pitched a complete game for Dundee/Bradford, allowing three runs and striking out three.

The Dundee-Bradford softball team lost to Bloomfield, 16-0, Thursday, April 20.
The team defeated South Seneca/Romulus, 11-4, Tuesday, April 18. Dundee-Bradford scored three runs in the fifth inning, and its runs on an RBI double by Addie Kendall. Kendall would go 3-for-5 at the plate. Adalyn Tham was on the mound for Dundee-Bradford, striking out six.
The softball team won against Avoca-Prattsburgh, 14-1, Monday, April 17. Mikayla Schoffner led with three hits in four at-bats. Tham had eight stolen bases for the BraveScots. Morgan Sutryk struck out eight, pitching.

Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan lacrosse team defeated Churchville-Chili, 13-8, Thursday, April 20.  Teagan Fingar led with four goals and four assists. Carter Earl added two goals and two assists. Goalie Will Thompson made 10 saves.
The Mustangs won against Mynderse, Tuesday, April 18. The final score was 15-2. Fingar recorded six goals and one assist. Caden Dixon and Frank Ochoa each had two goals. Thompson had five saves.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team defeated Mynderse-Romulus, Friday, April 21. The final score was 15-5. Taylor Mullins recorded five goals and one assist. Both Bailey Cooper and  Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger had three goals and one assist.  Gianna Voigt also had three goals. Marion Wheeler made one save and Megan Wheeler had three.
The girls topped Geneva, 18-4, Thursday, April 20. Cooper led with five goals and two assists. Miranda-Wiltberger added four. Marion Wheeler and Megan Wheeler each had three saves in the goal.

The Penn Yan baseball team won against Midlakes, 4-2, Friday, April 21. Liam Chapman had 10 strikeouts on the mound for Penn Yan. He was also 2-for-3 at the plate with a triple and an RBI. Reed Bouchard sealed the game with a two-RBI single to score Riley Griffiths and Brady Bouchard.
The team shut out Newark, 9-0, Wednesday, April 19. Brady Bouchard threw a complete game with 18 strikeouts. Brady and Chapman both homered in the game and scored two runs. Reed Bouchard was 2-for-3 with a run scored.

The Penn Yan softball team topped Newark, 6-1, Wednesday, April 19. Giana Ficcaglia had 14 strikeouts in the game, pitching for the Mustangs. Leah Prather doubled in the second inning. Hailey Trank added a triple as did Bri Naprava.
The girls also beat Geneva, 18-1, Monday, April 17. Ficcaglia struck out 10.

Track and Field
Penn Yan's track and field athletes competed at the John Reed Invitational, Saturday, April 22. The boys were fourth and the girls fifth. Top finishers included:
James Tette was first in the 1,600 meter run, 3,200 meter run and 3,000 steeplechase. Anthony Wheeler was first in the 800 meter run and third in the steeplechase. Anthony Sciallo took first in the shot put and discus.
Jenna Reynolds was third in the 1,500 meter run and fourth in the 3,000. Eva Smith took third in the 2,000 meter steeplechase. Cynthia Kriegar was third in the shot put and second in the discus.

Boys Tennis
The Penn Yan tennis team won over East Rochester, 4-1, Saturday, April 22. The team also defeated Geneva, 3-2, Friday, April 21.

The Hammondsport baseball team lost to South Seneca/Romulus 17-7, Thursday, April 20. The team also fell to Alfred-Almond (12-1) and Naples (12-4) last week.

The Hammondsport softball team was defeated by South Seneca/Romulus, 26-3, Thursday, April 20. The girls also lost to Alfred-Almond 21-8.

Track and Field
The Hammondsport track team competed at the John Reed Invitational, Saturday, April 22. Top finishers included:
Emmy O'Neill won the 3,000 meter run and the 2,000 meter steeplechase. The boys 4x400 relay took third.
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