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SPORTS RECAP: Week of 4-21-21

Penn Yan/Dundee Football
The Penn Yan and Dundee football team had a decisive win against Marcus Whitman/Bloomfield, Tuesday, April 13. The final score was 40-7.
On the ground, Brady Richardson had 12 carries for 45 yards and two touchdowns. Mekhi Mahan also had 12 carries but for 140 yards, one touchdown and one two-point conversion. Jakson Jones recorded nine carries for 42 yards and had one touchdown. Nick Slavic added five carries for 62 yards and a touchdown.
On defense, Slavic had a team-high 11 tackles. Mason Petersen, Julien Miller and Jones each had six tackles. Jones also recorded a fumble recovery. Damien Snyder made two interceptions for the team and added five tackles. Hunter Van Housen also had five tackles. Alec Benson, Kyler Lloyd and Mahan all had two tackles each. Benson also contributed a fumble recovery, Lloyd had a blocked punt recovery touchdown and Mahan also blocked a punt.
The football team had their final game of the season Monday, April 19 against ER/Gananda at Penn Yan.
Penn Yan - Dundee lost 22-20.

Dundee Volleyball
The Dundee volleyball team lost to Mynderse Academy in five games, Thursday, April 15. The final scores were 21-25, 25-23, 11-25, 25-15, 13-25.
Coach Amy Miller said, "Dundee battled in a five-set match against Mynderse but came up just short. We weren't sure if we would get a chance to have a season and are so thankful we did. It wasn't easy...this group played 14 games in less than a month. When they weren't playing in a game, they were working hard at practice. So proud of you all...thank you for the work and dedication to your team."
The girls fell to South Seneca in four games, Tuesday, April 13. The game scores were 17-25, 25-20, 12-25, 27-29.
Makenzie Cratsley recorded 12 kills, three aces and eight digs. Tianna Strickland had seven kills, two assists and eight digs. Lily Hall added nine kills, 20 assists and four digs. Renae Gregory had two kills, seven assists, one ace and five digs.

Penn Yan Volleyball
The Penn Yan volleyball team played four games last week. They beat Midlakes and fell to Wayne, Newark and Bloomfield.
The Lady Mustangs lost to Bloomfield in three games, Saturday, April 17. The individual game scores were 11-25, 21-25, 10-25.
The volleyball team defeated Midlakes in five games, Friday, April 16. Penn Yan won the first game 25-20 and then lost the next two, 25-27 and 12-25. The Mustangs then rallied 25-18 and 25-15 to capture the win.
Penn Yan fell in four games to Newark, Wednesday, April 14. The game scores were 24-26, 15-25, 25-20, 17-25. Jammie Decker had one ace, 10 kills, two assists, one block and eight digs. Kaleigh Hight recorded two aces, two kills and seven digs. Hailey Trank had three aces, two kills, 11 assists and nine digs. Faith Baker added two kills, one assist and 10 digs.
The girls lost to Wayne 13-25, 13-25 and 5-25, Monday, April 12.

Hammondsport Volleyball
The Hammondsport volleyball team beat Addison but lost to Arkport-Canaseraga last week.
On Saturday, April 17, the Lakers fell to Arkport in four games. The final scores were 25-22, 28-30, 12-25, 15-25. Individual stats were not provided.
Hammondsport defeated Addison in five sets 10-25, 25-23, 22-25, 25-16, 25-20, Wednesday, April 14. Holley Kolo had five aces, 11 kills, and four blocks. Stefania Tears added five aces and four kills.

The Watkins Glen and Odessa-Montour volleyball teams faced each other in the final game of the season, Friday, April 16.
Watkins Glen won 3-1. The game scores were 23-25, 25-17, 25-17, 25-19.
Individual stats were not reported by Watkins Glen.
Odessa-Montour players recorded the following stats: Haley Landon had three service points, one kill and five assists. Isabella Arlington added two service points, two aces and a dig. Jessica Carnes recorded nine service points, two aces, two kills, one block and five digs. Samantha Sipes had seven service points, four aces, five kills, one assist and one dig. Hali Daugherty scored two service points, one ace, one kill and one dig. Madisyn Wells added three service points, one ace, one kill and one dig. Emma Landon had eight service points, three aces, one kill and four assists.

Odessa-Montour Boys Soccer
The Odessa-Montour boys soccer team fell to Waverly, 3-2, Thursday, April 14.
The boys soccer team lost to Watkins Glen 7-0, Tuesday, April 13.

Seneca Indians Football
The Seneca Indians kept their record perfect at 3-0 with a win over Dryden, Friday, April 16. The final score was 28-24 after a touchdown by the Seneca Indians in the closing seconds of the game to go ahead.
The game was tied 8-8 at halftime and also tied 16-16 at the end of the third quarter. The Seneca Indians then went up 22-16 in the fourth with just under seven minutes left in the game. Dryden managed to come back, moving to 24-22 with 3:16 left in the game. WG/OM then scored with 13 seconds left to win 28-24.
Owen Scholtisek had 16 carries for 136 yards and a touchdown. Dominick Fazzary recorded 18 carries for 88 yards and two touchdowns. Travon Jones added five carries for 38 yards and two receptions for 40 yards.
Quarterback Cameron Holland was 4-for-6 passing with 58 yards. He also rushed in the final touchdown of the game for the Seneca Indians.
Anthony Ricauter-Minelli, Scholtisek, Jared Rumsey and Cayden Confer each had four tackles in the game.

Watkins Glen Boys Soccer
The Watkins Glen boys soccer team defeated Newfield, 3-2, Thursday, April 15. Dylan Morse had two goals and Tim Clifford one.
The soccer team also defeated Odessa, 7-0, Tuesday, April 13.

Girls Swimming
The Watkins Glen and Odessa-Montour swimming team competed at the Interscholastic Athletic Conference championship, Saturday, April 17. The team finished in first place with a total of 408 points. Lansing was second and Southern Cayuga third.
Thalia Marquez was first in the 200 yard freestyle with a 2:00.87 and in the 100 yard freestyle with a 56.01. Faye Mooney took first in the 50 yard freestyle in 25.84 and the 100 Yard breaststroke with a 1:10.94. Amanda Wilbur was first in the 500 yard freestyle, beating the second-place finisher by over 13 seconds, with a 5:37.73.
The team of Mooney, Alannah Klemann, Wilbur and Marquez won the 200 yard freestyle relay in 1:47.00. The 400 yard freestyle relay team was also first in 3:53.38 and included Marquez, Klemann, Wilbur and Mooney.


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