SPORTS RECAP: Week of 5-3-23

May 03, 2023 at 08:38 pm by Observer-Review

The Dundee-Bradford softball team won against Naples, Thursday, April 27. The final score was 14-2. Addie Kendall recorded 10 strikeouts on the mound. The BraveScots tallied 12 hits on the day. Kailey Yeoman, Madison Sutryk and Morgan Sutryk each had multiple hits. Yeoman led, going 3-for-5 at the plate. Maddie Knapp added two stolen bases.
The team also beat Honeoye, 15-7, Wednesday, April 26. Korrin Yeoman was 4-for-4 at the plate. Multiple hits were also added by Mikayla Schoffner, Knapp, Madison Sutryk, Adalyn Tham and Mckenna Miller.

The Dundee-Bradford baseball team defeated Naples, 5-3, Thursday, April 27. The team fell to Honeoye, Wednesday, April 26. The final score was 11-10.

Track and Field
The Dundee-Bradford track team competed at the Ferd Stenta Invitational in Bath, Friday, April 28. Top finishers included:
Lily Hall was first in the long jump, 16' 6", and was third in the triple jump. Peyton Mullin placed fifth in the shot put and discus.
Logan Buchanan finished second in the high jump. Logan Curtis was third in the 400 meter dash. Ryan McTamney took fifth in the 200 meter dash. Hayden Erick was first in the triple jump (41' 7") and recorded a fourth-place finish in the long jump. Riley Teeter took first in the shot put (42' 7.75") and first in the discus (125' 5").

Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team won against Carthage, 7-6, Saturday, April 29. Carter Earl had three goals and one assist in the game. Teagan Fingar added one goal and two assists, while Frank Ochoa recorded two goals.  Will Thompson made nine saves in the cage.
The team dominated against Bath, Wednesday, April 26. The final score was 19-0. Fingar paced the team with four goals and two assists. Ochoa also had four goals. Bryant VanHousen and Caden Dixon each contributed two goals and two assists. Thompson and Aiden Griffiths each made one save.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team defeated Pal-Mac, 9-5, Friday, April 28. Bailey Cooper netted four goals and one assist for the Mustangs. Corinne Barden and Taylor Mullins each had two goals and one assist. Ruby Berry scored once. Marion Wheeler made two saves in goal.
The girls won over Gananda-Marion, Wednesday, April 26. The final score was 18-1. Cooper contributed three goals and three assists. Gianna Voigt also had three goals.

The Penn Yan baseball team lost to Wayne, 8-7, Thursday, April 27. Starting pitcher Brady Emerson went for five innings recording 10 strikeouts. Liam Chapman was 2-for-5 at the plate with a double. Brady Bouchard also recorded a double and was 1-for-3. Mike Layton and Logan Miller were both 1-for-2.
The team fell to Palmyra-Macedon, Wednesday, April 26. The final score was 2-0. Bouchard went six innings on the mound with 13 strikeouts. Riley Griffiths recorded Penn Yan's lone hit in a pitcher's dual game.

The Penn Yan softball team lost to Wayne, 14-10, Friday, April 28. The girls also fell to Palmyra-Macedon, 5-3, Tuesday, April 25.

Track and Field
The Penn Yan track and field team participated in the Attica Invitational, Thursday, April 27. Finishing in the top five were:
Anthony Wheeler was second in the 800 meter run and fourth in the 1600 meter run. James Tette took second in the 3000 meter steeplechase and was fifth in the 800 meter run.

Boys Tennis
The Penn Yan tennis team defeated Midlakes 5-0, Thursday, April 27. Recording wins for the Mustangs were: Landon Spears, Kyle Wheeler, Joe Droney, Carson Nagpaul/Thomas Barden and Nathaniel Chaffee/David Reid.
The tennis team also shut out Mynderse, 5-0, Wednesday, April 26. Winning for Penn Yan were Spears, Wheeler, Droney, Nagpaul/Barden and Chaffee/Reid.

The Hammondsport baseball team lost to Jasper-Troupsburg, Thursday, April 27. The final score was 10-6. The Lakers fell to Campbell-Savona, 18-0, Wednesday, April 26 and lost to Avoca-Prattsburgh, 10-1, Monday, April 24.

The Hammondsport softball team was defeated by Campbell-Savona, 16-9, Wednesday, April 26. The team also lost to Avoca-Prattsburgh, Monday, April 24. The final score was 15-6.

Track and Field
The Hammondsport track and field team competed at the Ferd Stenta Invitational in Bath, Friday, April 28. Finishing in the top five were:
Luke Szathmary took first in the 100 meter dash (11.81) and also the 200 meter dash (23.70). Lucas Lampman finished third in the 110 hurdles and 400 hurdles events. Loretta Olliver was fourth in the 400 meter hurdles. The 4x400 relay team took fourth.

Schuyler Storm
The Seneca Storm baseball team lost to Bath, 3-0, Friday, April 28. The team defeated George Jr. Republic, Wednesday, April 26. The final score was 15-1. The team lost to Port Byron/Union Springs, 11-1, Monday, April 24.

Watkins Glen
The Watkins Glen softball team defeated Newfield 24-2, Friday, April 28.
The softball team won against Trumansburg, Wednesday, April 26. The final score was 18-6.
The girls lost to Tioga, 26-10, Monday, April 24.

The Watkins Glen lacrosse team fell to Windsor, Thursday, April 27 at home. The final score was 16-0.
The team also fell to Oneonta, 9-7, Tuesday, April 25. Nick Ritter recorded three goals, Nick D'Alleva had two with one assist and Sam Hohle added two.
"This was our best performance all season," said coach Nils Watson. "The team has shown great development since we started the season. We really were the better-skilled team, just couldn't hang with our limited number of players."

Track and Field
The Watkins Glen track and field team competed at the Blue Devil Moravia Relays, Saturday, April 29. The boys sprint medley relay team was first (4:07.13). The medley relay team took second, and the boys 4x100 meter relay team was fourth as was the 4x200 team. Shea Young finished fourth in the shot put.

The Watkins Glen tennis team lost to Lansing, 5-0, Thursday, April 27.
The tennis team won, 3-2, against Waverly, Tuesday, April 25. Jason Murphy, Levi Murphy and Faye Mooney/Alannah Klemann won in the competition.

Track and Field
The Odessa-Montour track and field team competed at the Blue Devil Moravia Relays, Saturday, April 29. Top finishers included:
The boys 4x100 shuttle hurdle relay team was first (1:24.89). The 4x400 relay team finished first (3:50.07). The boys 4x100 meter throwers relay team was second. The 4x800 relay group was also second. David Patterson was third in the high jump. James Halpin took fifth in the triple jump. Jed Lynch was third in the pole vault. Brody William was second in the discus throw, while Aiden Summers was second in the shot put.
The girls 4x200 relay team was second as was the 4x400 team. The girls were also second in the distance medley relay. Victoria Brewster was first in the long jump (16' 2"). Olivia Rivera finished second in the triple jump.
The Odessa-Montour track team hosted a tri-meet, Wednesday, April 26. Both the boys and girls defeated Candor and Thomas A. Edison.
Benjamin Campbell was first in the 3200 meter run (11:41.98) and 1600 run (5:14.22). Jed Lynch was first in the pole vault (9' 7"). David Patterson took first in the long jump (19' 7.5"), high jump (5' 4") and triple jump (37' 1"). Aiden Summers was first in the discus throw (93' 4"). Gabe Williams was first in the 110 hurdles (19.59). Connor Fiala was first in the 400 meter hurdles (1:09.78).
Victoria Brewster posted a first-place finish in the long jump (15' 6.5"), 100 meter dash (13.32) and the 200 meter dash (27.18). Hannah Nolan won the triple jump event (33' 7.75") and the 400 meter hurdles (1:12.17). Evelyn Zinger was first in the 1500 meter run (5:48.09).
The girls 4x400 meter relay was first, as was the boys team. The boys and girls 4x800 relay teams also finished first. The boys and girls 4x100 teams paced the competition.
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