SPORTS RECAP: Week of 2-14-24

Feb 21, 2024 at 12:17 pm by Observer-Review

Girls Basketball
The Dundee-Bradford girls basketball team won big against Romulus, Friday, Feb. 9 at Bradford. The final score was 90-27. Kendall Parker and Mikayla Schoffner each had 12 points.  Bruna Crespo recorded 11 points and Alissa Eaves posted 10.
The girls won against HAC, 57-27, Wednesday, Feb. 7. Parker led with 17 points and Crespo added 16.
The BraveScots also beat Honeoye last week, 70-33. Parker paced the team with 23 points.

Boys Basketball
The Dundee-Bradford boys basketball team lost to HAC, Tuesday, Feb. 6. The final score was 50-35. Alex Goltry scored 12 points and had seven rebounds.

The Finger Lakes West League announced champions and award winners last week.
Included on the all-star team were: McKenna Miller (first team), Amelia Wood (second team), Sophia Henry (honorable mention), Victoria White (honorable mention).
For the boys, Ethan Farrow (second team), Ayden Flynn (honorable mention), Logan Vanhorn (honorable mention) and Maddox Landcastle (honorable mention).

Indoor Track
The Dundee-Bradford indoor track team competed in the championship at Nazareth, Friday, Feb. 9. Peyton Mullin was fourth in the shot put. Madison Hughes finished sixth in the long jump. Hamilton Iszard took sixth in the high jump.

Penn Yan
Boys Basketball
The Penn Yan boys basketball team lost to HAC, 66-54, Saturday, Feb. 10.
The team won against South Seneca, 55-48, Thursday, Feb. 8 and lost to Red Jacket, 47-37, Monday, Feb. 5.

Girls Basketball
The Penn Yan girls basketball team lost to Palmyra-Macedon, 43-31, Friday, Feb. 9. The team was also beaten by Newark, 65-47, Wednesday, Feb. 7.

Indoor Track
The Penn Yan indoor track team competed in the championships at Nazareth, Friday, Feb. 9.
Top finishers included: James Tette (first - 1,600 meter run, first - 3,200 meter run and third - 1,000 meter run), Anthony Sciallo (first - shot put), Anthony Wheeler (second - 1,000 meter run and third - 600 meter run), Ameina Samultalski (fourth - 1,500 meter run and fifth - 3,000 meter run), Cynthia Kriegar (third - shop put) and Austin Race (fifth - long jump).

Penn Yan wrestler Reed Bouchard took sixth at the Section V super sectional tournament, Saturday, Feb. 10. Bouchard lost to August Youngstrom of Honeoye Falls-Lima in the consolation final.

Girls Basketball
The Hammondsport girls basketball team defeated Alfred-Almond, 47-21, Thursday, Feb. 8.
The Lakers lost to Arkport-Canaseraga, 50-42, Tuesday, Feb. 6.

Boys Basketball
The Hammondsport boys basketball team fell to Canisteo-Greenwood, Saturday, Feb. 10. The final score was 77-53. The Lakers won against Jasper-Troupsburg, 52-49, Wednesday, Feb. 7.

Wrestling (Avoca-Prattsburgh/Hammondsport)
Avoca-Prattsburgh/Hammondsport's Justin Wise took fifth in the Section V super sectional championship, Saturday, Feb. 10. He defeated Alan Gray of Letchworth with a pin in 1:28 during the consolation final match for fifth place.

Watkins Glen
Girls Basketball
The Watkins Glen girls basketball team won against Dryden, 79-46, Friday, Feb. 9. Rachel Vickio posted 18 points and Brianna Hatch added 14.
The Lake Hawks won against Trumansburg, Monday, Feb. 5. The final score was 60-44. Addie Coolican recorded 17 points.

Boys Basketball
The Watkins Glen boys basketball team lost to Dryden, 58-51, Friday, Feb. 9. Ryan Willett paced the team with 25 points. Sam Caslin added 13 points.
The basketball team fell to Trumansburg, 69-63, Tuesday, Feb. 6. Willett led with 21 points and Caslin had 20.

Swimming (WG&O-M)
The Schuyler Storm boys swimming team won the IAC championship at the Watkins Glen pool, Saturday, Feb. 10. The team had a score of 499 with three first-place finishes, 10 second and one third.
Carson Thaete posted two wins and two second-place finishes. Vinnie Ocasio won one match and was third in three others. Ryan Dean and Liam Smith each had four second-place results.

Girls Basketball
The Odessa-Montour girls basketball team won against Tioga, Thursday, Feb. 8. The final score was 60-29. Gina Gavich had a season-high 21 points. Leah Antes added 15 points and five steals, while Evvie Zinger made nine points.
The basketball team lost to Newfield, 63-53, Wednesday, Feb. 7. Antes and Zinger each scored 14 points.
The girls won over Twin Tiers Christian, 61-25, Monday, Feb. 5. Gavich had 14 points, Zinger 13 and Brooklynn Thompson 12.

Boys Basketball
The Odessa-Montour boys basketball team won against Groton, Friday, Feb. 9. The final score was 53-39.
The basketball team fell to Newfield, 72-43, Tuesday, Feb. 6.

Wrestling (O-M&WG)
Schuyler Storm wrestler Lucas Hoffman finished second at the New York state qualifying tournament, Saturday, Feb. 10. He fell to Darren Florance of Bainbridge-Guilford in 4:50 in the final match.
Dana Guild took sixth with a loss to Braden Reid of Norwich in the consolations.
Jackie Mace was third in the girls tournament beating Kimberly Olaeta of Windsor in the consolation finals.

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