The Dundee Scots boy’s basketball team scored two big Finger Lakes West wins last week in local high school basketball action.
The wins keep Dundee’s hope for a league title intact.
Dundee 56 Romulus 54
The Scotsmen edged Romulus 56-54 on Tuesday evening in Romulus. In this nip-and-tuck contest, the visiting Scots held a slight 27-25 lead at the half, but the hometown Warriors tied the game at 44 after three quarters.
Dundee outscored their Seneca Lake hosts 12-10 in the final eight minutes to come away with the narrow two-point win.
Garrick Conyers took the game’s high scoring honors with 22 points. Kyle Woodard notched 11 points while Joe Tortolon added 10.
Dundee 57 Honeoye 43
The Scotsmen cagers completed their perfect winning week with a convincing 57-43 triumph over Honeoye at home on Thursday night. Dundee jumped to a 34-15 advantage in the first half, and cruised the rest of the way to the win.
Conyers once again paced the Dundee attack with 21 points. He also grabbed 12 rebounds.
Tortolon added 13 points, and dished out eight assists. With the two wins, Dundee improved their season record to 6-3 in the Finger Lakes West and 8-3 overall.
Newark 46 Penn Yan 44
The Penn Yan Mustang basketball squad dropped a tough 46-44 decision to Newark in Penn Yan on Tuesday night. The visiting Reds bolted to a 21-12 first half lead, but the Orange and Blue cagers cut the Newark margin to 31-30 after three quarters. The two teams exchanged baskets in the final stanza.
Newark left the Mustang’s court with a narrow two-point victory. Jim Burdette topped the Mustang scoring sheet with 12 points.
Dylan Force added 10 points, while Dylan Yonts and Colby Treat netted eight points each. The loss dropped Penn Yan’s season record to 1-8 in the Finger Lakes East.
They are 2-9 overall, but for the most part, the Penn Yan cagers have been in every game they played. The Mustang’s game against Marcus Whitman on Friday was postponed.
Wednesday night’s showdown game featuring the Penn Yan Lady Mustangs and the Lady Reds from Newark had first place in the Finger Lakes East League on the line.
Newark came into the contest in first place, but were only 1/2 game ahead of the Penn Yan girls.
The Lady Mustangs had defeated Newark earlier in the season in Penn Yan, but this game would prove to belong to Newark. The Reds dominated the visiting Lady Mustangs early, rushing to a 36-16 lead after two quarters, and won the game going away 61-40.
A key factor in this Newark win was that they outscored Penn Yan 21-3 from beyond the three point line.
Emily Simpson and Rachel Roddenbery shared top scoring honors for Penn Yan with eight points each. Chelsie Travis added six points.
With the loss, the second place Lady Mustang record falls to 8-3 in the league and 8-5 overall. Penn Yan’s home game against Marcus Whitman on Friday evening was canceled due to bad weather. It will be rescheduled for a later date.
The Dundee Lady Scot basketball team found themselves in two closely contested Finger Lakes West games last week.
On Wednesday evening they picked up a hard fought victory by 2 points over Romulus, but two nights later, they found themselves on the short side of the scoreboard, losing to Honeoye 41-40.
On Wednesday night in Dundee, the Lady Scots nipped the visiting Lady Warriors from Romulus 50-48. Dundee battled back from a five point third quarter deficit to register the win.
Dundee outscored Romulus 18-11 in the final eight minutes to produce the come from behind win.
Casi Strait was the game’s top scorer with 24 points. She also grabbed seven rebounds and dished out six assists. Katie Zebrowski helped Dundee control the boards in the contest, pulling in eight rebounds. Brooke Howell added six points.
On Friday evening in Honeoye, the Dundee five were not as fortunate.
The Lady Scots fell behind early, but made a late charge to get back into this game.
Unfortunately for the Yates County hardwood contingent, Honeoye scored with just 22 seconds left, and held on for the 41-40 victory.
Strait notched 26 points to lead the Lady Scots offensively.
Zebrowski added 11 points.
Dundee’s league record now stands at 6-4. They are 7-5 overall.
In a match to determine first place in the Finger Lakes East League, first place Geneva edged second place Penn Yan 5-2 to retain the lead last week.
Geneva grabbed wins in games one and two, but Penn Yan fought back to salvage game three at the Doug Kent Lanes.
Brendaya Parsons topped the Lady Mustang scoring sheet with a 587 series (246-184). Kara Sage added a 488 (189). Brooke Parsons notched a 201 in game three. Second place Penn Yan’s record slips to 65-12, four points behind Geneva. They are 72-12 overall.
The first place Mustang boy’s team topped Geneva 5-2 on Wednesday in Penn Yan. The Mustangs (78-6, 73-4) clinched the Finger Lakes East title last week.
Senior John Ottaviano led the Penn Yan bowlers with a 612 series including a season’s high single game of 230.
Anthony Ottaviano added a 567 (209). Jonah Pielow chipped in a 556 (201). Derrick Fleischman added a 266, and Dan Fox a 235 single game.
Dundee keglers keep rolling
The Dundee Scots bowling teams continued to pile up wins last week. On Tuesday afternoon inDundee, the Scots boy’s team shutout Romulus 7-0. Zach Sullivan’s 641 (196-204-247) and
Devon Miller’s 617 ( 220-215) paced the Scotsmen keglers efforts. Chris Case added a 584 (201-205) for first place Dundee. They are 70-7 in the Finger Lakes West, and 72-12 overall.
The Scotsmen also defeated Honeoye 5-2 on Thursday in Dundee. Devon Miller rolled a 659 (234-254), Chris Case a 588 (225-215), and Zach Sullivan a 587.
Sullivan bowled a career-high single game of 269 in this match.
The Dundee girl’s team also shutout Romulus 7-0 in Dundee on Tuesday. Amanda Krause rolled a 490 (182) to lead the Lady Scots. Loren Marusarz added a 483 (189).
The Lady Scots dropped a 5-2 decision to Honeoye on Thursday. Amanda Crans rolled a 542 (214) for the second place Lady Scots (55-15, 55-22).
Amanda Krause added a 505 series.
The Mynderse Blue Devil matsmen edged the Penn Yan Mustangs 38-34 on Tuesday evening in Seneca Falls.
In contested matches, Penn Yan picked up wins by fall from Taylor Miller in the 152 lbs. match and Reid Castner in the 285 lbs. contest.
Aaron Bodine scored a win by decision at 145 lbs., as did Joel Pillsbury in the 160 lbs. match.
Erik Eggleston registered a major decision win in the 125 lbs. bout. The loss by the Orange and Blue grapplers dropped their season record to 0-5 in league and 12-18 overall.
Dundee 52 Red Creek 18
The Dundee Scots wrestling team easily defeated Red Creek 52-18 on Wednesday evening.
In contested matches, Dundee scored wins by Paul Pollack by pin in the 112 lbs. match, Lucas Chappell by pin in 140 lbs. contest, Austin Riek at 145 lbs, and Nick Raplee in the 160 lbs. match.
Steven Chappell also registered a win by fall in the 189 lbs. match. Dundee’s record now stands at 2-3 in the league and 4-8 overall.