SPORTS RECAP: Week of 6-2-21
Watkins Glen Softball
The Watkins Glen softball team won in a high-scoring game against Newfield, 15-11, Thursday, May 27. Lois Hosley had a three-run scoring triple in the fifth inning, while Amanda Wilbur added three singles in the game.
The softball team lost to Edison 16-0, Monday, May 24.
Watkins Glen Tennis
The Watkins Glen tennis team beat Southern Cayuga, Thursday, May 27. The final score was 4-1. Recording wins were Dylan Morse, Tim Clifford, Noah Gardner and the doubles team of Faye Mooney and Alannah Klemann.
Seneca Indians Baseball
The combined Watkins Glen and Odessa-Montour baseball team defeated Whitney Point, 16-5, Monday, May 24. Daniel Lewis had two hits in the game at the plate and struck out 10 on the mound. Adam Pastore recorded four RBIs.
Watkins Glen Golf
The Watkins Glen golf team beat Waverly 190-195 Thursday, May 27. Ben Swinnerton recorded a 44, Daniel Ely and Luke Spahalski each had a 48, while Georgio Fazzary and Andrew Hayes both carded 50s.
Watkins Glen Lacrosse
The Watkins Glen lacrosse team lost to Seton Catholic 16-6, Thursday, May 27. Coach Nils Watson reported, "Connor Novinsky played a great game in the goal. Seamus Mooney dominated the face-offs and had one goal. Garrett VanOstrand added three goals for the Senecas. Silas Farrell and Nick D'Alleva each added one."
He also said the defense has been improving to help control the scoring.
The team also lost to Whitney Point, Tuesday, May 25. The final score was 9-4. Matt Irwin scored two goals in the game. D'Alleva and Mooney each had one.
Penn Yan Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team added three wins last week.
The Mustangs beat Horseheads 9-4, in a rainy, cold game, Friday, May 28. Hayley Anderson had two goals and three assists on the evening. Kaley Griffin and Corinne Barden each scored twice. Grace Ledgerwood, Irelynd Densmore and Avery Castner each added a goal apiece. Taylor Mullins recorded one assist. Hannah Parsons made three saves in the goal.
Penn Yan also beat Geneva 9-4, Wednesday, May 26. Anderson led with six goals and two assists. Griffin added three goals, while Ledgerwood helped with two assists. Parsons made five saves.
The girls scored 12 goals in the first half as they beat Gananda 19-3, Monday, May 24. Scoring for the Mustangs were: Anderson (four goals and one assist), Ledgerwood (three goals), Barden (three goals), Mullins (two goals and one assist), Castner (two goals), Griffin (one goal and two assists), Densmore (one goal), Brie Struck (one goal), Brooklyn Ayers (one goal) and Rebecca Hayes (one goal). Jammie Decker had one assist and Parsons made five saves in the goal.
Penn Yan Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan lacrosse team improved to 11-0 with two wins last week.
The Mustangs defeated Bloomfield-Honeoye 18-3, Friday, May 28. Penn Yan had 13 goals in the first quarter. Recording goals in the game included: Ayden Mowry (six goals and one assist), Max Brodmann (four goals), Oliver Connelly (two goals and one assist), Teagen Fingar (one goal and one assist), Devon Gerhardt (one goal and two assists), Mekhi Mahan (one goal), Thomas Barden (one goal and one assist), Anthony Druker (one goal and one assist) and Caden Dixon (one goal). Carter Earl had five assists and Frank Ochoa one. Griffin Emerson made three saves and Wil Thompson had two.
Penn Yan shut out Newark 19-0, Tuesday, May 25. Mowry scored six times, while Brodmann had four goals and two assists. Gerhardt added two goals and assisted four times. Earl also had two goals and three assists. Mahan contributed one goal and one assist and Jesse Young, Caden Dixon, Barden and Jayden Reid all scored once. Emerson made six saves and Thompson one.
Penn Yan Baseball
The Penn Yan baseball team lost to Wayne, Tuesday, May 25. The final score was 13-6. Additional stats were not available.
Penn Yan Softball
The Penn Yan softball team defeated Wayne 6-3, Tuesday, May 25. The score was 6-3. The Mustangs are now 4-5 on the season.
Penn Yan Track
Penn Yan hosted the western Finger Lakes division one championship, Tuesday, May 25.
For the girls: Joddie Decker took third in the 3,000 meter run and fourth in the 1,500 meter run. Rayna Rios finished fourth in the discus throw. Jaina Doyle was seventh in the 1,500 meter run and eighth in the 3,000 meter run. Alexxis Henry was sixth in the 100 meter hurdles and seventh in the 800 meter run.
In the boys competition, James Tette was first in the 3,200 meter run with a 10:40.59 and third in the 1,600 meter run. Dominic Lafferty took first in the 110 meter hurdles, was third in the high jump and was fourth in the 400 meter hurdles. David Reid finished second in the pole vault. Carson Nagpaul took second in the triple jump. Gabe Hopkins was fourth as was Jon Mashewske with each having a 31' 11" shot put throw. Anthony Wheeler was fifth in the 800 meter run. James Eaves took sixth in the 400 meter dash.
Penn Yan Tennis
The Penn Yan tennis team defeated Midlakes 4-1, Thursday, May 26. Landon Spears beat Colin Chimera, 6-2, 6-7(4-7), 6-3. Kyle Wheeler won over Max Burnham, 6-0, 6-1. Bryan Smith and Eric Fingar defeated Caiden Pappert and Jack Warrington, 6-0, 6-1. Alex Reyes-Leon and Delbert Woodard topped Antonio Carrasquel and Johnathan Finewood, 6-0, 4-6, 6-0.
The Dundee and Bradford baseball team beat South Seneca/Romulus, 9-1, Monday, May 24. Tyler Stiles wasted no opportunities at the plate, driving in four on three hits. Shane DeCamp led the BraveScots with two stolen bases. Stiles also had 14 strikeouts on the mound.
The combined BraveScots softball team lost one game and won another last week.
The team fell to Bloomfield 4-3, Wednesday, May 26. Cambri Harrian had 10 strikeouts on the mound. Makenzie Cratsley led the team with two hits in four at-bats. Nikki Peterson stole two bases.
The girls are 9-2 with their only loss coming to Bloomfield, twice.
The softball team won over South Seneca, 7-2, Monday, May 24. The BraveScots racked up eight hits. Addie Kendall, Harrian, and Kailey Yeoman each collected two hits in the game. Cheyenne Cummings led the way with two stolen bases.
The Dundee track team competed in the western Finger Lakes division three championship, Tuesday, May 25.
For the girls, Lily Hall was first in the triple jump with a 31' 6.50". Kendall Parker was second in the high jump and long jump and fourth in the 100 meter dash. The girls 4x100 meter relay took second with team members Parker, Maya Somerville, Jimya Johnson and Hall. Hallie Knapp was first in the discus throw with a 95' 5" result and finished second in the shot put throw. Trisha Edmister took third in the long jump.
For the boys, the 4x100 meter relay team with Brady Richardson, Nick Slavick, Logan Salvatore and Johnathon Bell was first in 47.95. The 4x800 team was also first with Peyton Boudinot, Camden Buchanan, Logan Buchanan and Steven Webster in 9:43.85. Hunter Crofoot was first in the shot put with a 40' 8.5" throw and second in the discus. Tate Hoyt finished third in the shot put competition. Richardson was fifth in the 100 meter dash. Buchanan finished fifth in the 400 meter dash. Webster was fourth in the 800 meter run and sixth in the 400 meter dash.
The Hammondsport varsity baseball team lost to Jasper-Troupsburg, 10-0, Thursday, May 27.
The Hammondsport softball team defeated Jasper-Troupsburg, 25-3, Thursday, May 27. The girl fell to Wellsville 10-4, Tuesday, May 25.
Hammondsport hosted Arkport-Canaserega, Thursday, May 27 at Lakeside Country Club in Penn Yan. The Lakers won 205 to 223 strokes. The golf team was led by Ben Cole's 42, Gavyn Hann's 47 and Cooper Watson's 49..