Newark 4, Penn Yan 3 Penn Yan lost a close one to Newark, dropping to 1-2. Newark remained undefeated, putting their fourth win in the books. The teams battled back and forth, with Newark’s Tony Kanaley opening up scoring with two goals toward the end of the first period (assists from Luciano Rank and Tristan Harris. Harris got a goal of his own going into the second half with an assist from Douglas Wells. Penn Yan came back with three goals of their own, tying the game before the buzzer, but an overtime penalty kick from Newark’s Jose Ventura sealed the win for the Reds. PY had two goals from David Reid and one from Jesse Young, all with assists from Landon Berry.
Bishop Kearney/ Chesterton 8, Dundee/ Bradford 0
Dundee/Bradford took a big loss in a non-league game against Kearney/ Chesterton. Kearney was led by Luke Tytler, who scored two goals and had four assists.
Keshequa 5, Dundee/ Bradford 1 The Scots lost their second non-league game in a row, falling to Keshequa by four points and dropping to 1-2 overall. Ian Hinrich led Keshequa with three goals and an assist, while Dundee/Bradford was able to stave off a shutout thanks to Ian Pavlina with an assist from Nathan Kiskaden.
Penn Yan 2, Geneva 0 Penn Yan swept the Panthers, coming back from back to back losses in their previous games and moving up to 2-2. Both of PY’s goals came in the first half, one from Carson Nagpaul, with an assist from Landon Berry and the other from Owen Bishop, assisted by David Reid. The loss was Geneva’s second in a row, dropping them to 2-2.
Dundee/Bradford 1, Honeoye 0
D u n d e e / B r a d f o r d came out on top in a close matchup against Honeoye, coming back from a two-loss streak to put them at 2-2. Jakeb Lederman scored the winning goal for the BraveScots, with an assist from Miguel Candela.
Penn Yan 2, Waterloo 0
The Mustangs got their second two-point sweep in a row, improving to 3-2 and knocking the Waterloo Tigers down to 1-4. No points were scored in the first half, but PY got two in the second thanks to Landon Berry and Carson Nagpaul, with assists from Owen Bishop and Berry.
Dundee/Bradford 2, Bloomfield 1
The BraveScots made it two in a row with a win against Bloomfield. Bloomfield drew first blood with a goal from Cameron Smith in the first half, but Dundee/ Bradford controlled the second half with scores from Hayden Erick (assisted by Aiden Monell) and Ian Pavlina. The win put Dundee/Bradford at 3-2.
Naples 7, Marcus Whitman 1
Naples got their third big win in a row after back-to-back eightpoint sweeps in their last two games against Bloomfield and South Seneca/Romulus. The win put Naples at 4-1, while Whitman fell to 1-2. Naples was led by Raul Prieto Mendez with two goals and two assists. Also for Naples, Donivan Todd had two goals and an assist and Traugott Uhlen came through with two assists. Whitman’s lone goal was scored by Gavin Deatherage. In the net for Whitman, Carson Miller put up 18 saves.
Marcus Whitman 5, Marion 0
After getting swept in their first match, Whitman swept back, taking every point in their match against Marion. Hannah Gardner, Kloey Babcock and Emberly Heaven all won singles for MW, while the teams of Dalanie Kolz/Kiera Seely and Morgan Ellis/ Madison Ireland won both doubles.
Pal-Mac 4, Marcus Whitman 1
Hannah Gardner won first singles for Marcus Whitman, but every other game went to Pal-Mac, with Ella Eakins and Laney Massucco taking second and third singles and the teams of Autumn Sloan/Elise Tome and Kaylie Murrary/Erika Newcombe won doubles. The loss dropped Whitman to 1-2.
Mynderse 3, Penn Yan 2
Rachael Garvey won first singles for PY, but Holly Marriott and Leah Redding took second and third, respectively. In doubles, Clara Jacobs and Faith Rhinehart took first doubles, sealing the win for Mynderse, while the team of Erin Clancy/Amanda Smith won second doubles for PY, keeping the match close. Penn Yan was 3-2 after the match, while Mynderse remained undefeated at 4-0.
Pal-Mac 5, Marcus Whitman 0
Pal-Mac finished the job they started the day before, taking all five games in their second meeting with Marcus Whitman. Austin Hager, Ella Eakins and Autumn Sloan all took their singles, while Erika Newcombe/Elise Tome and Laney Massucco/ Kaylie Murray won doubles. Whitman was 1-3 after the match, Pal-Mac was 3-1.
Marcus Whitman 4, Wayne 1
Whitman beat Wayne, scoring a needed win after back-to-back losses against Pal-Mac. Hannah Gardner and Kloey Babcock won singles for Whitman, with Wayne having to forfeit the third game, while Morgan Ellis/Emberly Heaven won doubles. Wayne’s winning game came in first doubles from Cora Flannery/Isabella Stadermann. The win brought Whitman up to 2-3.
Penn Yan 3, Pal-Mac 0
Penn Yan got their second sweep in a row, putting them at 2-0 so far this season. PY’s games at Pal-Mac came out to 25-22, 25-16 and 25-14.
HAC 3, Dundee/ Bradford 0
The BraveScots got swept at home in the three-gamer to HAC. Scores were 25-15, 25-9 and 25-13 in favor of HAC. It was DB’s first loss, putting them at 2-1.
Midlakes 3, Penn Yan 1
Penn Yan got beat at Midlakes, falling in three out of four games, but rallying in the third game for a tight 26-24 win. Games for Midlakes came out to 25-14, 25-14 and 25-15. PY was 2-1 with the loss.
Bloomfield 3, Penn Yan 0
Bloomfield won in Penn Yan, taking all three games with scores of 25- 16, 25-13 and a close 25- 23. The loss dropped the Mustangs to 2-2.
Dundee/Bradford 3, Mynderse 0
D u n d e e / B r a d f o r d swept Mynderse, moving up to 3-1. Scores for the tight three-game match were 26-24, 25-23 and 25-16. The win moved Dundee/Bradford up to 3-1.
Penn Yan 3, Hammondsport 0
PY came back from a pair of hard losses to sweep Hammondsport, moving the Mustangs up to 3-2. Game results were 25-23, 25-20 and 25-15.
Dundee/Bradford 3, Campbell-Savona 0
The BraveScots got their second sweep in a row, shutting out C a m p b e l l – S a v o n a . Games were 25-20, 25-17 and 25-15.
HAC 3, Penn Yan 0
Penn Yan got shutout by HAC, with games of 25-10, 25-17 and 25-16. The Mustangs were 3-3 with the loss.
Dundee/Bradford 3, Honeoye 0
Dundee/Bradford took a dominant win at home over Honeoye, making it three matches in a row where the Scots have won 3-0. Scores for the one-sided match were 25- 5, 25-8 and 25-17, with the Bulldogs showing some fight in the last game. The win put Dundee/ Bradford at 5-1.
Naples 276, Penn Yan 280
Penn Yan got beat at home on the back nine of Lakeside CC, falling to Naples by four strokes. Naples’ top shooters were Grady Grove, who shot a 40 with birdies on 12 and 18, and brother Charlie Grove who came in with a 43 and a birdie on 12. Will Thompson had the lowest score for PY with a 45. The win put Naples up to 3-3 overall, while Penn Yan dropped to 1-4.
Penn Yan 283, Romulus/ South Seneca 296
Penn Yan won at Bonavista GC, beating Romulus/South Seneca