SPORTS RECAP: Spring Sports 2024

May 19, 2024 at 10:32 am by Observer-Review


May 15:
Dundee/Bradford
Baseball
The Dundee-Bradford baseball team won against Eugenio Maria, 26-0, Thursday, May 9. Jeremy Stiles threw a five-inning complete game with nine strikeouts, giving up only two hits.
Dundee-Bradford recorded 24 hits on the night, including six doubles.
Alex Goltry went 5-for-5 with two doubles and seven RBIs. Chris Clancey was 4-for-4 with two doubles and Aiden Monell went 3-for-4. Bryce Neu recorded three RBIs and was 2-for-2.
The BraveScots beat South Seneca, 14-5, Wednesday, May 8. Freshman Caleb Semans got the win. He threw six innings, allowed five runs, and struck out seven. Nathan Kiskaden went 3-for-5 with a double. Goltry was 2-for-4, as was Clancey. Zach Grant had a triple, while Joey Torpy and Stiles added singles.

Softball
The Dundee-Bradford softball team won against South Seneca/Romulus, Wednesday, May 8. The final score was 19-5. Addie Kendall and Madison Sutryk both had three hits in the game. Maddie Knapp and Mikayla Schoffner each had three RBIs. Schoffner recorded a home run at the plate.
The team won against Honeoye, 6-0, Monday, May 6. Kailey Yeoman was 3-for-3.

Track and Field
At a rainy and cold meet at South Seneca last week, Ryan Longmore threw 36' 8.5" in shot put, and Peyton Mullin threw 99' 1" in the discus. Both personal records. Aiden Webster also had a personal record in discus with 109' 7".
Mullin won both shot put and discus in the 17-team invitational.

Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team won against Hamburg, 9-6, Saturday, May 11. Scoring two goals were: Levi Fisher, Braden Fingar, Teagan Fingar and Bryant VanHousen. Jaxon Jensen had seven saves in the goal.
The Mustangs won over Churchville-Chili, 12-5, Thursday, May 9.  Brody Keech scored four goals. Teagan Fingar recorded one goal and six assists. Braden Fingar netted three goals and posted one assist. Jensen tallied 14 saves in the cage.
The team fell to Carthage, 9-8, Monday, May 6. The go-ahead goal was recorded with only 12 seconds left in the game. Teagan Fingar had three goals and one assist. Fisher posted two goals and two assists.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team won against Mercy, 9-8, Friday, May 10. Bailey Cooper led with five goals and two assists, while also recording her 200th career goal during the game. Taylor Mullins and Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger each posted one goal and two assists. Goalie Marion Wheeler had three saves.
Penn Yan defeated Spencerport, 10-9, Monday, May 6. Cooper had four goals, while Corinne Barden earned two and Miranda-Wiltberger added two goals and two assists. Wheeler made seven saves.

Baseball
The Penn Yan baseball team won against Geneva, 8-3, Saturday, May 11. Also last week, the team won against Waterloo 3-0 and 6-0, while also topping Pal-Mac 8-6.

Softball
The Penn Yan softball team competed in the Mudville Tournament, Saturday, May 11.
In game one against Saranac, Giana Ficcaglia had 15 strikeouts in the Mustangs 2-1 win. Ficcaglia also had a triple at the plate. In the second game, Penn Yan lost 16-1 against Windsor. Ficcaglia posted a triple at-bat.
Penn Yan won against Waterloo, Wednesday, May 8. The final score was 12-4. Ficcaglia had 17 strikeouts pitching. Morgan Breuer was 5-for-5 at the plate. Hailey Trank was 4-for-4.
The softball team also won on Tuesday against Waterloo, 14-5. Ficcaglia earned 17 strikeouts. Breuer was 5-for-5 at the plate.

Track and Field
Penn Yan hosted teams from around the region, Tuesday, May 7 for a track and field invitational.   Anthony Wheeler took first in the 800 meter run. James Tette was first in the 1,600 meter run.  Cynthia Kriegar won the shot put and discus events. Anthony Sciallo was first in the boys shot put and second in the discus. Austin Race won the boys long jump. Dominic Proietti-Nelsen was first in the triple jump. Eva Smith was second in the 800 meter run. Jenna Reynolds took second in the 3,000 meter run. Lydia Sciallo finished second in the discus throw.

Boys Tennis
Penn Yan (10-3) beat Newark, 4-1, Wednesday, May 8 in Newark. Winning in the match were Landon Spears, Nathaniel Chaffee, Aidan Dallos and Jarrett Hollister/Colin Alexander.
The Mustangs won against Avoca-Prattsburgh by a score of 4-1, Tuesday, May 7. Victories for Penn Yan were secured by Chaffee, Dallos, Hollister/Alexander and Finnegan Hanley/Nicholas Spofford-Xavier.

Hammondsport
Baseball
The Hammondsport baseball team played a doubleheader at Alfred Almond, Saturday, May 11. They lost to A-A, 19-9 and Arkport-Canaseraga, 19-1.
The team fell to Naples, 7-5, Thursday, May 9. Earlier in the week, the Lakers were defeated by Arkport-Canaseraga (19-4) and Lima Christian (14-6).

Softball
The Hammondsport softball team lost to Alfred-Almond, 18-3, Saturday, May 11. In a doubleheader with Arkport-Canaseraga, Friday, May 10, the Lakers fell 21-0 and 21-5. Hammondsport also lost to Naples, 18-1, Tuesday, May 7.

Track and Field
Hammondsport competed at the South Seneca Invitational, Friday, May 10. Top finishers included: Emmy O'Neill (first - 2,000 meter steeplechase), Isaiyah Ali (third - 400 meter hurdles) and Loretta Oliver (fourth - 400 meter hurdles).

WATKINS GLEN
Baseball
The Schuyler Storm baseball team won against Chenango Valley, 6-3, Saturday, May 11. Ben Heichel was 4-for-4 at the plate. Alex Holmes recorded eight strikeouts.

Softball
The Watkins Glen softball team lost to Whitney Point, 10-5, Monday, May 6.

Lacrosse
The Watkins Glen lacrosse team fell to  Seton Catholic, 16-6, Saturday, May 11. Nick D'Alleva had four goals and one assist. He also marked this 100th career goal during the game.
Sam Hohle and Nick Ritter each had one goal.
The Lake Hawks fell to Whitney Point, 16-3, Wednesday, May 8. D’Alleva had two goals and Ritter, one.
The lacrosse team also lost to Windsor, 18-7, Monday, May 6. D’Alleva posted five goals and two assists. Ritter and Hohle each had one goal and one assist. Chris Simiele recorded two assists. Aiden Nichols made 13 saves in the goal.

Track and Field
The Watkins Glen track and field team participated in the Marathon Spring Fling, Wednesday, May 8. Top finishers included: Kyren Young (first - 200 meter dash and second - 100 meter dash), Johnny VanScoyk (first - 1,600 meter run and third - 3,200 meter run), Quacey Wilt (first - long jump), Natalee Oliver (first - 800 meter run and second - 1,500 meter run), Watkins Glen
Rachel Vickio (first - discus) and Isaac Hendrickson (third - 800 meter run).

ODESSA-MONTOUR
Track and Field
The Odessa-Montour track and field team competed in the Wellsville Invitational, Saturday, May 11.
Brody William was first in the discus throw with a 128' 2". Leah Antes was fourth in the triple jump. David Patterson took fourth in the long jump. Jed Lynch finished fourth in the pole vault.


May 8:
Dundee/Bradford
Baseball
The Dundee-Bradford baseball team won against Naples, Thursday, May 2. The final score was 8-2. Aiden Monell, Nathan Kiskaden, Jeremy Stiles, Alex Goltry, Chris Clancey, Caleb Semans and Joey Fiorilla had hits on the night. Zach Grant went 2-for-4 with an RBI.
Jeremy Stiles pitched a complete game with four strikeouts, allowing six hits and two runs.

Softball
The Dundee-Bradford softball team beat Naples, 15-3, Thursday, May 2. Korrin Yeoman had three hits and four RBIs in the game. McKenna Miller also posted four RBIs on two hits. Morgan Sutryk had three RBIs and a triple.
On the mound, Addie Kendall had five strikeouts.

Track and Field
Dundee hosted a track and field invitational, Friday, May 3.
Top finishers included: Kendall Parker (first - 100 meter dash and second - high jump), Marley Duffy (second - 400 meter dash), Marleigh Parker (third - 400 meter dash), the girls 4x400 relay team, Madison Hughes (fourth - long and triple jump), Ian Pavlina (second - 200 meter dash) and Brayden Rider (third - pentathlon).

Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team defeated Lake Shore, 12-7, Saturday, May 4. Braden Fingar scored four goals. Tukker Fisher had three goals and one assist. Jaxon Jensen made seven saves in the goal.
The Mustangs lost to Thomas, Thursday, May 2. The final score was 9-7.  Bryant VanHousen and Fisher each had two goals. Teagan Fingar added one goal and two assists. Jensen made four saves.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team won against Waterloo 16-2, Friday, May 3.  Bailey Cooper posted three goals and one assist, while Corinne Barden had two goals and three assists. Also with two goals were:  Taylor Mullins, Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger and Makenna Mullins. Marion Wheeler and  Megan Wheeler had two saves each.

Baseball
The Penn Yan baseball team lost to Hornell 12-5, Saturday, May 4. The team also fell to
Newark, 15-5, Friday, May 3.
The team won against Newark, Wednesday, May 1 with a score of 9-7.

Softball
The Penn Yan softball team won against Newark, Wednesday, May 1. The final score was 15-0, with pitcher Giana Ficcaglia throwing a no-hitter with 14 strikeouts. Ficcaglia also had a single and a double at the plate. Julia Maldonado recorded a single and double.
The softball team lost to Wellsville, 9-0, Tuesday, April 30. Ficcaglia had eight strikeouts. Morgan Breuer was 3-for-4 at the plate.

Track and Field
The Penn Yan track and field team completed at Newark, Tuesday, April 30.
Top finishers included: Austin Race (second - long jump and third - 100 meter dash), James Tette (first - 3,200 meter run and second - 400 meter hurdles), Tyler LaFave (third - 400 meter hurdle), Ameina Samultalski (first - 3,000 meter run and third - 800 meter run), Anthony Wheeler (first - 800 meter run), the boys 4x400 meter relay team, Cynthia Kriegar (first - shot put), Lydia Sciallo (second- discus and second - shot put) and Anthony Sciallo (first - shot put, first - discus).

Boys Tennis
On Penn Yan's senior night, Friday, May 3, the Mustangs (8-3) defeated Newark by a score of 4-1. At first singles, senior Landon Spears (PY) beat Cole Tallbot 6-1, 6-2. Other winners included: Nathaniel Chaffee, Aidan Dallos and Brady Mcloud/Finnegan Hanley.

Hammondsport
Baseball
The Hammondsport baseball team lost to Andover-Whitesville, 12-9, Saturday, May 4. The team also lost to Genesee Valley-Belfast (17-0), Canisteo-Greenwood (22-1), Campbell-Savona (22-7) and South Seneca/Romulus (12-2) last week.

Softball
The Hammondsport softball team lost to Genesee Valley-Belfast, 16-1, Thursday, May 2. The Lakers fell to Canisteo-Greenwood/Jasper-Troupsburg, 12-10 and Campbell-Savona, 21-2, last week.

Track and Field
The Hammondsport track and field team competed at Dundee, Friday, May 3. Top finishers included:  Loretta Oliver (third - 400 meter hurdles), Emmy O'Neill (first - 2,000 meter steeplechase), the girls 4x100 and 4x400 relay teams, Orion Davis (fourth - 800 meter run), Zach Doyle (1,600 meter run), the boys 4x400 meter relay team, Justin Wise (first - high jump) and Isaiyah Ali (second - pentathlon).

WATKINS GLEN
Baseball
The Schuyler Storm baseball team won three games and lost one last week.
At Geneva, the team fell 7-6. In the fifth inning, the Storm scored five runs on three hits. Brady Bockelcamp drove in two.
Alex Holmes struck out five on the mound and had two hits at the plate.
The baseball team won against Spencer-Van Etten/Candor, 10-7, Friday, May 3. Andrew Coston drove in four runs on two hits to lead the team. Coston, Brady Cannon, Gavin Lohmeyer and Ben Heichel each had two hits in the game.
The boys won against Spencer-Van Etten/Candor, Monday, April 29. The final score was 13-0. Cannon drove in four runs on three hits. He had a home run in the fourth inning. Holmes also had three hits and four stolen bases.

Softball
The Watkins Glen softball team won against Spencer-Van Etten/Candor, 9-3, Friday, May 3. Pitcher Paige Ells, an eighth grader, reached 100 strikeouts on the season, with 14 in the game.
The team lost to Spencer-Van Etten/Candor, 6-4, Wednesday, May 1, and also fell to them, 1-0, Monday, April 29.

Lacrosse
The Watkins Glen lacrosse team fell to Notre Dame, 21-8, Wednesday, May 1. Nick D'Alleva posted three goals and one assist. Chris Simiele had two goals and one assist. Other goals were scored by Sam Hohle, Nick Ritter and Liam Smith. Aiden Nichols had 17 saves in the goal.

Track and Field
The Watkins Glen track and field team competed at Odessa's Legends of the Night invitational, Friday, May 3. Top finishers included: Rachel Vickio (second - discus), boys 4x800 meter relay - fourth, Kyren Young (first - 100 meter dash and 200 meter dash), Natalee Oliver (second - 800 meter run and second - 1,500 meter run) and Johnny VanScoyk (third - 1,600 meter run).

Tennis
The Watkins Glen tennis team lost to Lansing, 4-1, Thursday, May 2. Winning for the Lake Hawks was Andre Wixson.

ODESSA-MONTOUR
Track and Field
The Odessa-Montour track and field team hosted the annual Legends of the Night invitational, Friday, May 3. Top finishers included: Maggie Pentz (third - discus), David Patterson (second - long jump and second - triple jump), Brody William (first - discus), Jed Lynch (fourth - pole vault) and Ella Kramer (fourth - discus).
 
May 1:
Dundee/Bradford
Track and Field
The Dundee-Bradford track team competed in a meet at South Seneca on Tuesday, April 23. Results included: Kendall Parker took first in the 100 and second in the high jump. Charlotte Schuerholz was second in the 400. Olivia Cole, Marley Duffy, Olivia Wheeler and Marleigh Parker took second in the 4x400 relay. Olivia Cole finished third in the long jump. Peyton Mullin was first in the shot put.
Logan Curtis recorded a second-place finish in the 400. Hamilton Iszard, Brayden Rider, Aidan Webster and Logan Curtis took third in the 4x100 relay. Iszard was also first in the high jump. Brayden Rider was third in the long jump and Brody Ryan placed third in the discus.

Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team lost to Canandaigua, 7-5, Saturday, April 27. Teagan Fingar had two goals and one assist. Tukker Fisher, Bryant VanHousen and Greyson Hathway each scored once. Jaxon Jensen had 12 saves.
The Mustangs won against Homer, Tuesday, April 23. The final score was 8-7. Teagan Fingar recorded five goals and two assists. Mike Gigliotti, Braden Fingar and Brody Keech all had one goal. Jensen posted nine saves.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team fell to Canandaigua, 7-3, Saturday, April 27. Bailey Cooper recorded two goals and Corinne Barden had one. Marion Wheeler made five saves in the cage.
The girls defeated Horseheads, Tuesday, April 23. The final score was 17-4. Cooper led with four goals and three assists. Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger added three goals and two assists, while Taylor Mullins also posted three goals. Wheeler had three saves in 48 minutes in the goal.

Softball
Penn Yan competed in a doubleheader against Wayne, Friday, April 26.
In the first game, Penn Yan won 4-0. Giana Ficcaglia posted 19 strikeouts on the mound. She had a triple at bat. Hailey Trank was 3-for-4 at the plate.
In the second game, the Mustangs won 2-1. Ficcaglia recorded 11 strikeouts. Maddie Breuer, Leah Prather and Trank were all 3-for-3 at the plate.
The girls fell to Mynderse, 7-6, Tuesday, April 23. Morgan Breuer and Abby Fischer were 4-for-5 at the plate.

Track and Field
The Penn Yan track and field team competed at Mynderse, Tuesday, April 23.
Top finishers included: James Tette (first-1,600 meter run and second-800 meter run), Anthony Wheeler (first-800 meter run and third-400 meter hurdles), Eva Smith (second-800 meter run), girls 4x400 meter relay team (second), Austin Race (first-long jump and second-high jump), Dominic Proietti-Nelsen (second-triple jump), Cynthia Kriegar (first-discus and first-shot put), Lydia Sciallo (second-shot put and second-discus) and Anthony Sciallo (first-shot put and second-discus).

Boys Tennis
The Penn Yan tennis team defeated Bloomfield, 3-2, Tuesday, April 23. Landon Spears won in first singles, as did Aidan Dallos and Nathaniel Chaffee.

WATKINS GLEN
Baseball
The Schuyler Storm baseball team won against Whitney Point, Saturday, April 27. The final score was 13-3. Connor Foggie struck out seven and only gave up one hit. Ben Heichel also struck out seven on the mound. WG-OM had 11 hits in the game. Tyler Gulini recorded three RBIs.
The baseball team also won against Greene, 8-2, Friday, April 26. Alex Holmes had three hits for the Storm. Brad Gillis struck out 10.
The baseball team lost to Lansing, 5-3, Wednesday, April 24. Heichel was 3-for-4 in the game. Holmes added two hits and three stolen bases.
The Storm also won against Dryden, Monday, April 22. The final score was 17-1. Heichel posted a no-hitter in the game on the mound. Brady Cannon was 4-for-5 at the plate and had three RBIs. Brady Bockelcamp also posted three RBIs.

Softball
The Watkins Glen softball team won against Lansing, 7-6, Wednesday, April 24.
The girls also beat Dryden, 21-5, Monday, April 22.

April 24:
Dundee/Bradford
Baseball
The Dundee-Bradford baseball team beat Eugenio Maria DeHostos Charter with a score of 28-0 in five innings.
The BraveScots had 15 hits, including four extra-base hits.
Freshman Caleb Semans threw a no-hitter in his first varsity appearance on the mound. He also struck out 10. Semans went 3-for-5 at the plate.
The BraveScots won 13-6 in 5 1/2 innings against South Seneca, Wednesday, April 17. The game was called for darkness.
Aiden Monell went 3-for-4 with two doubles. Jeremy Stiles was 2-for-3 with two RBIs and Alex Goltry went 2-for-4 with six RBIs including a double and a three-run homer.
Jeremy Stiles had five strikeouts on the mound.
The baseball team also won against Naples, 19-9, Tuesday, April 16.
With the team down 9-3 in the bottom of the fifth inning, the BraveScots put 16 runs on the board (10 with two outs) to mercy-rule Naples.
Chris Clancey was 3-for-3 with three RBIs. Alex Goltry posted four RBIs and was 4-for-5 at the plate with a double. Semans and Stiles also posted three RBIs each and had two hits.

Softball
The Dundee-Bradford softball team won against South Seneca-Romulus, Wednesday, April 17. The final score was 13-1. Recording two hits in the game were: Kailey Yeoman, Addie Kendall, Korrin Yeoman and McKenna Miller. Homeruns were posted by Morgan Sutryk and Miller.
The team lost to Addison, 9-5, Tuesday, April 16. No additional information was available.
The BraveScots won against Honeoye, 15-0, Monday, April 15. Korrin Keyman had a triple at the plate. Sutryk led with four RBIs. Kendall had five strikeouts.

Track and Field
The Dundee-Bradford track and field team competed at Penn Yan, Tuesday, April 16. Recording wins were: Ian Pavlina (200 meter dash) and Hamilton Iszard (high jump). In second: Brayden Rider (110 meter hurdles), Pavlina (100 meter dash), Olivia Wheeler (400 meter dash), Aidan Webster (discus) and Ryan Longmore (shot put).  

Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team won against Geneva, 7-2, Saturday, April 20. Braden Fingar and Teagan Fingar each had two goals and two assists. Jaxon Jensen made nine saves in the goal.
Coach Brian Hobart claimed his 300th career win for Penn Yan as the Mustangs defeated Newark, 19-3, Thursday, April 18. Teagan Fingar scored four goals and posted five assists. Tukker Fisher also had four goals and one assist.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team won against Hamburg, 15-3, Saturday, April 20.  Bailey Cooper led with five goals and four assists. Corinne Barden added two goals and two assists.
The Mustangs fell to Westhill, 11-7, Thursday, April 18. Cooper recorded five goals and one assist. Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger added one goal and one assist. Marion Wheeler made eight saves in the goal.
Penn Yan won against Thomas, Monday, April 15. The final score was 11-6. Cooper earned five goals and one assist. Wheeler made seven saves in the goal.

Baseball
The Penn Yan baseball team won against Palmyra-Macedon, 4-0, Tuesday, April 16. Brady Bouchard had 17 strikeouts on the mound. Reed Bouchard posted two RBIs.

Softball
The Penn Yan softball team played a doubleheader against Pal-Mac, Tuesday, April 16. The first saw the Mustangs win 10-0. Giana Ficcaglia had 15 strikeouts on the mound. Leah Prather, Abby Fischer and Lia Bush each had three hits.
In the second game, Penn Yan won 5-3. Hailey Trank had a three-run home run. Ficcaglia was 2-for-3 and recorded six strikeouts on the mound.

Track and Field
Penn Yan track and field hosted a home meet, Tuesday, April 16. Recording wins were: James Tette (400 meter hurdles), Anthony Wheeler (800 meter run), Austin Race (long jump), Lydia Sciallo (discus), Anthony Sciallo (discus and shot put) and Cynthia Kriegar (shot put).

Boys Tennis
The Penn Yan tennis team won against North Rose-Wolcott, 3-2, Monday, April 15. Landon Spears, Aidan Dallos and Nathaniel Chaffee all had single-match victories.

Hammondsport
Baseball
The Hammondsport baseball team lost to Avoca-Prattsburgh, 8-3, Tuesday, April 16.

Softball
The Hammondsport softball team lost to Addison, 21-0, Thursday, April 17. The team also fell to Avoca-Prattsburgh, 17-2, Tuesday, April 16.

WATKINS GLEN
Baseball
The Schuyler Storm baseball team beat Notre Dame, Friday, April 19. The final score was 9-1. Brad Gillis struck out nine on the mound. Alex Holmes was 2-for-3 at the plate.
The baseball team fell to Notre Dame, 3-0, Wednesday, April 17. Ben Heichel and Gillis had hits for the team.

Softball
The Watkins Glen softball team won against Notre Dame, 14-6, Friday, April 19.
The girls beat Notre Dame, Wednesday, April 17. The final score was 13-12.

Lacrosse
The Watkins Glen lacrosse team fell to Notre Dame, Friday, April 19. The final score was 17-10. Nick D'Alleva posted three goals and two assists. Sam Hohle added three goals and one assist. Nick Ritter recorded two goals and Chris Simiele had one.

Track and Field
The Watkins Glen track and field team participated at the Tioga Twisted Relays, Friday, April 19.
Winner events were: Natalee Oliver (800 meter run and 1,500 meter run), Rachel Vickio (discus), Kyren Young (100 meter dash), Isaac Hendrickson (800 meter run) and Johnny VanScoyk (3,200 meter run).

Tennis
The Watkins Glen tennis team won against Elmira Notre Dame, 4-1, Thursday, April 18. Recording wins were: Andre Wixson, Enric Lin, Logan Debolt/Max Ricca and Ryan Baudendistle/Nolan Reynolds.
The tennis team also won against Trumansburg, Tuesday, April 16. The score was 3-2. Posting victories were: Wixson, Lin and Debolt/Ricca.

ODESSA-MONTOUR
Track and Field
The Odessa-Montour track and field team participated at the Tioga Twisted Relays, Friday, April 19.
David Patterson took first in the long jump and Brody William was first in the discus.
Finishing second were: Rilke Arrance (400 hurdles), Leah Antes (high jump), Jackie Mace (pole vault), Maggie Pentz (discus), Patterson (110 hurdles and triple jump) and Jed Lynch (pole vault).

April 17:
Dundee/Bradford
Softball
The Dundee-Bradford softball team won against Red Jacket, Wednesday, April 10. The final score was 22-1. Adalyn Tham and Morgan Sutryk both pitched and had six and two strikeouts, respectively.
At the plate, Sutryk had four RBIs, while Madison Sutryk and Tham had three each. Addie Kendall posted three hits.

Baseball
The Dundee-Bradford baseball team lost to Red Jacket, 7-6, Wednesday, April 10. Aiden Monell went 2-for-4 with two RBIs, three stolen bases and three runs scored. Jeremy Stiles was 1-for-4 with a double, knocking in three RBIs.
On the mound, Stiles went 3 1/3 innings with five strikeouts, giving up three runs.

Track and Field
The Dundee-Bradford track and field team hosted Haverling for a track meet, Thursday, April 11. The event served to post times and results before invitationals get underway.

Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team defeated Clarence, 4-3, Saturday, April 13. Bryant VanHousen had two goals. Teagan Fingar added one goal and two assists. Jaxon Jensen recorded eight saves in the cage.
The Mustangs lost to HFL, 6-5, Thursday, April 11. Scoring goals were: Braden Fingar, Greyson Hathway, Collin Bacher, VanHousen and Tukker Fisher. Jensen made seven saves.
The lacrosse team won against Mynderse, Tuesday, April 9. The final score was 9-4.  Mike Gigliotti posted three goals. Braden Fingar and VanHousen each had two. Jensen had nine saves.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team won against Ithaca, 10-1, Friday, April 12. Bailey Cooper led with four goals and three assists. Corinne Barden had two goals. Marion Wheeler made seven saves in the goal.
The lacrosse team also won against Geneva, Wednesday, April 10. The final score was 15-5. Cooper posted three goals and two assists. Taylor Mullins, Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger, Makenna Mullins and Miley Andersen each scored two goals.

Baseball
The Penn Yan baseball team won against Geneva, 6-1, Tuesday, April 9. Brady Bouchard threw a complete game no-hitter with 19 strikeouts.
At the plate, Liam Chapman was 2-for-2 with two runs scored. Reed Bouchard and Spencer Jensen each had an RBI in the game.

Softball
The Penn Yan softball team posted a big win over Geneva, Tuesday, April 9. The final score was 17-0 and was ended by the mercy rule. Giana Ficcaglia had 12 strikeouts for the Mustangs. She also posted a grand slam in the first inning. Julia Maldonado and Morgan Breuer each had doubles in the game.

Track and Field
The Penn Yan track and field team participated at Midlakes, Wednesday, April 10. Recording first-place finishes were:
Austin Race (400 meter dash), James Tette (1,600 meter run), Tyler LaFave (400 meter hurdles), Anthony Wheeler (800 meter run) and Anthony Sciallo (discus and shot put).

Boys Tennis
The Penn Yan tennis team beat Prattsburgh, 4-1, Friday, April 12. Capturing wins were: Aidan Dallos, Jarrett Hollister, Nathaniel Chaffee/Colin Alexander and Brady Mcloud/Finnegan Hanley.

Hammondsport
Baseball
The Hammondsport baseball team lost to South Seneca/Romulus, 15-3, Tuesday, April 9.

Softball
The Hammondsport softball team fell to South Seneca/Romulus, Tuesday, April 9. The final score was 13-0.

WATKINS GLEN
Baseball
The Schuyler Storm baseball team fell to Edison, 10-0, Friday, April 12. There were three hits by the Lake Hawks, coming from Alex Holmes, Brady Cannon and Gunner Herrmann.
The baseball team won over Edison, Thursday, April 11. The final score was 10-5. Brad Gillis posted six strikeouts on the mound and had three hits. Ben Heichel and Cannon each drove in two runs.

Softball
The Watkins Glen softball team lost to Edison, 20-0, Friday, April 12.
The softball team won against Edison, 5-4, Wednesday, April 10.

Lacrosse
The Watkins Glen lacrosse team lost to Seton Catholic, 18-3, Friday, April 12. Nick D'Alleva had two goals and Nick Ritter added one.
The Lake Hawks fell to Binghamton, 14-8, Wednesday, April 10. D'Alleva had four goals, while Sam Hohle posted three. Aiden Nichols made 13 saves in the goal.

Tennis
The Watkins Glen tennis team fell to Southern Cayuga, 3-2, Friday, April 12. Enric Lin and Max Ricca/Logan Debolt got wins for the Lake Hawks.
The tennis team won over Edison, 4-1, Thursday, April 11. Levi Murphy, Andre Wixson and Lin all captured single wins and Ryan Baudendistle/Nolan Reynolds got the doubles victory.

ODESSA-MONTOUR
Track and Field
Odessa-Montour hosted a track meet, Tuesday, April 9. They beat both Candor and Tioga.
Jed Lynch was first in the 200 meter dash and 400 meter dash. Lucas Barr was first in the 800 meter run. Jaden Bailor finished first in the 1,600 and 3,200 meter run. David Patterson took first in the long jump and triple jump. Brody William won the discus event.
Evelyn Zinger was first in the 400 meter dash and 100 meter hurdles. Paisley Jezorski won the 800 meter run. Olivia Barr was first in the 1,500 meter run. Leah Antes was the top finisher in the high jump and triple jump. Jackie Mace won the pole vault event. Ella Kramer was the top finisher in the shot put and discus events.

April 10:
Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team won against Haverling, 18-1, Tuesday, April 2. Teagan Fingar had six goals and two assists. Bryant VanHousen, Braden Fingar, Tukker Fisher and Brody Keech each had two goals in the game. Levi Fisher added three assists.
Greyson Hathway won 22 of 23 faceoffs and Jaxson Jensen made five saves in the goal.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team lost to Topsail, 10-9, during a game Friday, April 5 during spring break. Bailey Cooper scored seven goals.
The team beat River Bluff, 15-3, Thursday, April 4. Cooper posted four goals and three assists.  Taylor Mullins added three goals, while Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger and Gianna Voigt each had two.

Baseball
The Penn Yan baseball team traveled to Myrtle Beach to participate in The Ripken Experience over spring break last week.
The Mustangs faced a tough Raceland, Kentucky team, and lost 8-2. However, Brady Bouchard recorded his 300th career strikeout in the game with nine Ks total. He was also 1-for-3 at the plate with one RBI. Liam Chapman and Matt Tones each scored one run.
"Coming in Raceland was 14-1 and 'one of the best high school baseball programs I've seen,'" said baseball coach Steve Bouchard. "Happy for Brady to achieve his 300th career strikeout against a great hitting team. We learned a lot as a team during this week which is why we came to Myrtle Beach. Younger guys get a chance to get their feet wet and help get prepared for the upcoming Finger Lakes schedule."

WATKINS GLEN
Lacrosse
The Watkins Glen lacrosse team posted a win over Oneonta, 13-6, Friday, April 5. Nick D'Alleva posted five goals and three assists, Nick Ritter had five goals and one assist. Sam Hohle added two goals and one assist, while Chris Simiele had one goal.
Aiden Nichols made nine saves in the goal.
The Lake Hawks fell to Whitney Point, Wednesday, April 3. The final score was 19-11. D’Alleva recorded seven goals and one assist. Ritter and Hohle each scored twice.

Softball
The Watkins Glen softball team beat Trumansburg, 17-1, Monday, April 1.

April 3:
Dundee/Bradford
Softball
The Dundee-Bradford softball team beat Waterloo 18-1, Thursday, March 28.
Addie Kendall pitched three innings and had five strikeouts. Adalyn Tham had three strikeouts in one inning pitched.
At the plate, Madison Sutryk recorded five RBIs and was 3-for-3. Kendall and Kailey Yeoman each had two hits.
The softball team won against Newark, 18-0, Monday, March 25. Korrin Yeoman hit a grand slam in the first inning and was 2-for-3. Tham was 4-for-4 with a triple and five RBIs. McKenna Miller also had a homerun and four RBIs.

Baseball
The Dundee-Bradford baseball team lost to the Schuyler Storm, 6-3, Tuesday, March 26.

Penn Yan
Boys Lacrosse
Penn Yan's boys lacrosse team won against Westhill in triple overtime, Saturday, March 30. The final score was 10-9. Braden Fingar scored off an assist from Mike Gigliotti to win the game, while John Holly tied the match at nine with two minutes left in the fourth quarter. Fingar posted four goals and three assists. Gigliotti had two goals and one assist. Aiden Griffiths made 10 saves.

Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team defeated Corning, 18-3, Friday, March 29.
Bailey Cooper scored six goals and had three assists. Taylor Mullins added four goals and one assist.
The team also beat Irondequoit, 7-6, Wednesday, March 27. Cooper had five goals and one assist. Corinne Barden posted two goals.

Hammondsport
Baseball
The Hammondsport baseball team lost two games last week. The Lakers fell to Addison, 10-0, and Genesee Valley-Belfast, 11-0.

WATKINS GLEN
Baseball
The Schuyler Storm baseball team was led by Brady Cannon's four runs, including a three-run homer, on two hits to beat Dryden 16-1, Thursday, March 28. Alex Holmes struck out 12 batters on the mound.
Brad Gillis and Gavin Lohmeyer also posted home runs in the game.
The baseball team won against Dundee-Bradford, 6-3, Tuesday, March 26. Cannon and Gillis each had three hits.

Softball
The Watkins Glen softball team beat Dryden, 23-5, Thursday, March 28.

Lacrosse
The Watkins Glen lacrosse team hosted Midlakes, Thursday, March 28. The Lake Hawks fell 17-3. Nick D'Alleva had two goals and Nick Ritter posted one.
The team lost to Dryden, 16-4, Wednesday, March 27.

Tennis
The Watkins Glen tennis team won against Newark Valley, Wednesday, March 27. The contest was 5-0. Levi Murphy, Andre Wixson and Enric Lin captured the singles matches, while Logan Debolt/Max Ricca and Ryan Baudendistle/Nolan Reynolds took the doubles titles.


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