<b>Dec. 12 Penn Yan 5, Bloomfield 0<\/b>\n\nThe PY boys won their first official match of the season, skunking Bloomfield 5-0 and winning by a total pinfall of 2384 to 1149. PY\u2019s Colin Johnson had the match high series of 600, with games of 198, 200 and the match high game of 202. Also for Penn Yan, Connor Anderson had a 528 series with a high game of 185 and Skyler Willoughby had a 393 series. For Bloomfield, Ethan Briggs had a 481 series with a high game of 168.\n\n<b>Marcus Whitman 4, Midlakes 1<\/b>\n\nWhitman won their season opener with a total pinfall of 2658 to 2389. Whitman\u2019s Isaiah Murphy had the match high series of 618, including games of 177, 197 and the match high game of 244. Also for the Wildcats, Brayden Armison bowled a 547 series with games of 202 and 182 and Ely Mangiarelli had a 506 series with a high game of 200. On Midlakes\u2019 side, Christopher Behen had a 526 series with a team high game of 181.\n\n<b>Dec. 13 Romulus 5, Dundee\/Bradford 0<\/b>\n\nThe BraveScot boys fell in their first match of the season, losing all five points. Total pinfall for the match was Romulus\u2019 2248 to Dundee\/Bradford\u2019s 1461. Ethan Wolverton secured the match high series of 548 and the match high game of 205. Wolverton also bowled a 183 game. Also for Romulus, Brett Werner had a 535 series with games of 190 and 200. Collin Snow had Dundee\/ Bradford\u2019s high series of 372 and high game of 138.\n\n<b>Marcus Whitman 5, Wayne 0<\/b>\n\nWhitman won over Wayne, taking the Whitman boys to 2-0. Total pinfall for the match was 2775 to 2189. Whitman\u2019s Isaiah Murphy had the match high series of 621, with games of 187, 206 and the match high game of 228. Austin King bowled a 601 series for Whitman, with games of 212 and 222. Also for Whitman, Brayden Armison had a 540 series with games of 185, 170 and 185. For Wayne, Jacob Keilon bowled a 531 series with games of 179 and the team high 194. Lucas Huber bowled a 182 game for the Eagles.\n\n<b>Girls Bowling<\/b>\n\n<b>Dec. 12 Penn Yan 5, Bloomfield 0<\/b>\n\nThe Penn Yan girls took their first match of the season, winning by a pinfall of 2423 to 1779. PY\u2019s Anella Tillman took the match\u2019s high series of 544 and high game of 202. Tillman also bowled games of 173 and 169. Also for the Mustangs, Julia Maldonado had a 538 series with games of 200 and 193, and Amenia Samatulski had a 496 series with a high game of 198. Kati Casciani scored Bloomfield\u2019s high series of 425 with a high game of 179, while El Holland had the Bombers\u2019 high game of 198 in her 414 series.\n\n<b>Marcus Whitman 5, Midlakes 0<\/b>\n\nThe Wildcats won their first outing of the season, taking Midlakes with a pinfall of 2243 to 2103. Zoelle took the match high series for Whitman, bowling a 529, which included the match high game of 199. Also for Whitman, Kennedy Smith had a 497 series with a high game of 187 and Kendall Davis had a 439 series. For Midlakes, Gabby Delpriore had a 471 series with a high game of 175, while Emileigh Cardin bowled a 173 game.\n\n<b>Dec. 13 Romulus 5, Dundee\/Bradford 0<\/b>\n\nWithonlytwoeligiblebowlers in the match, Dundee\/Bradford lost to Romulus. D\/B\u2019s Cassie Morrissette had the match high series of 489 and the match\u2019s two highest games of 160 each. Gi Gi Consolie had Romulus\u2019 high series of 418, while Aven Bowers had the team\u2019s high game of 147. Total pinfall for the match was 1752 to 836.\n\n<b>Marcus Whitman 5, Wayne 0<\/b>\n\nWhitman won against Wayne with a total pinfall of 2349 to 2058. Wayne\u2019s Leah Burke captured the match\u2019s high series of 528, with a high game of 191, while Whitman\u2019s Kendall Davis had the match high game of 196 in her 475 series. Zoelle Payne had Whitman\u2019s high series of 496 with a high game of 180, while teammate Kennedy Smith bowled a 487 series with a high game of 165. For Wayne, Brooke Willmott bowled a 464 series with a high game of 181. The Whitman girls were 2-0 with the win.\n\n<b>Boys Basketball<\/b>\n\n<b>Dec. 12 Midlakes 53, Naples 42<\/b>\n\nNaples lost their fourth game in a row, remaining winless this winter. Midlakes was 3-1 with the win. For Midlakes, Kyle Kumkey scored 30 points with five rebounds, seven steals and two assists, Jared Brownell scored seven points with seven rebounds and Owen Guest scored five points with seven rebounds and five steals. Top scorers for Naples were Hayden Liddiard with 16 points and Dylan Bray with eight.\n\n<b>Dec. 13 Geneva 64, Penn Yan 41<\/b>\n\nPenn Yan continued to struggle, falling for the fourth time in a row since the beginning of the season, this time to the visiting Geneva Panthers. PYA led the first quarter and kept the lead through most of the second until a last-minute three-pointer put the Panthers ahead by one, with the score 2521 for the Panthers going into the half. The Mustangs played well overall in the second half of the game, but fell victim to poor pass decisions and trouble holding onto the ball, which has been a consistent problem so far this season, leading to an increasing score deficit heading towards the end of the game.\n\nPYA\u2019s JV team also lost to the Panthers, falling 65-37. The JV team is also 0-4 this winter.\n\n<b>South Seneca 72, Dundee\/ Bradford 67<\/b>\n\nSouth Seneca won a close match against Dundee\/ Bradford, moving the Falcons up to 2-0, while the BraveScots dropped to 2-3. Devon Siurano led Seneca with 23 points, while Paul Clemenson put up 19 points for the Falcons. For the \u2018Scots, Nick Slavick scored 17 points with seven rebounds, Cam Rosemier scored 16 points and Logan Buchanan scored 14 points.\n\n<b>Wayne 61, Marcus Whitman 39<\/b>\n\nWhitman took a hard loss to\n\nWayne, dropping to 2-2, while the Eagles improved to 3-1.\n\n<b>Dec. 16 Pal-Mac 63, Penn Yan 26<\/b>\n\nThe Mustangs took a beating from Pal-Mac, losing by almost 40 points to the Raiders. Pal-Mac was led by Jake McPike with 19 points, while Ian Goodness got 11 points. PY\u2019s biggest scorer was Jakson Jones with seven points; Carter Earl and Matt Tones each scored five. PYA was 0-5 with the loss, the Mustangs still unable to secure a win this season, while Pal-Mac rose to 4-2.\n\n<b>Midlakes 67, Dundee\/Bradford 56<\/b>\n\nDundee\/Bradford fell to the Midlakes Eagles, dropping to 2-4. Top scorers for Midlakes included Kyle Kumkey with 24 points and 12 boards, who went 6\/7 at the free throw line, and Dylan Mattoon with 20 points, going 2\/3 in free throws and draining four 3s. For Dundee\/Bradford Logan Buchanan and Cam Rosemier scored 18 points, with Rosemier sinking four 3-pointers, while Nick Slavick scored eight and brought in 10 rebounds.\n\n<b>Waterloo 60, Marcus Whitman 49<\/b>\n\nWaterloo won over Whitman, bringing the Tigers up to 4-1, while the Wildcats fell to 2-3. Nolan Slywka scored 18 points for the Tigers, while Devin Muley-Salerno scored 15 and Julian Pehrson scored 13. For Whitman, Brody Royston scored 17 points, while Tariku Blueye scored 12.\n\n<b>Honeoye 54, Naples 27<\/b>\n\nThe Bulldogs doubled Naples\u2019 score, dropping the struggling Big Green to 0-5. Honeoye was 3-1 with the win.\n\n<b>Girls Basketball<\/b>\n\n<b>Dec. 13 Penn Yan 51, Geneva 33<\/b>\n\nThe Mustangs got their first win of the season, moving up to 1-3 after a sizable victory over Geneva. The Panthers were 0-2. Bailey Cooper led Penn Yan with 17 points and had four assists, rebounds and steals. Also for PY, Madisen Pierce had seven points and eight rebounds, Corinne Barden scored seven points and Hailey Trank scored four points and 13 rebounds.\n\n<b>Dundee\/Bradford 49, South Seneca 30<\/b>\n\nThe BraveScots beat South Seneca, rising to 3-1. Seneca was 1-1. Kendall Parker scored 17 points for the \u2018Scots, also snagging four steals; Kailey Yeoman scored 14 points and grabbed eight steals and Mikayla Schoffner made eight points, four steals and an impressive 16 rebounds. Ciera Babcock scored nine points for Seneca and Ava Utter scored eight.\n\n<b>Marcus Whitman 50, Naples 16<\/b>\n\nWhitman dominated Naples, raising the Wildcats to 3-0, while the Green remained winless at 0-4. Natalie Cotroneo led Whitman with 17 points, Aurora Woodworth and Lily Carroll each scored eight and Tori Brooks scored six. For Naples, Grace Hebding scored six points, grabbed 10 rebounds and got three blocks; Erika Reigelsperger scored one field goal, had five rebounds and five blocks and snagged four steals; Polly Bay had two points, three rebounds and five steals.\n\n<b>Dec. 16 Pal-Mac 53, Penn Yan 28<\/b>\n\nPal-Mac beat the Mustangs by almost double, moving up to 3-1, while Penn Yan fell to 1-4. For the Red Raiders, Marianna Hodgins scored 14 points with five rebounds, Georgia Wirth scored 12 points, eight rebounds and five steals and Taryn Goodness scored seven points and four assists.\n\n<b>Wrestling<\/b>\n\n<b>Dec. 10 57thCampbell-SavonaHoliday Duals at Campbell-Savona<\/b>\n\nPenn Yan participated in the 57th annual Campbell-Savona Holiday Duals, joining Campbell-Savona, Perry, Owego, Addison and Thomas A. Edison (Elmira Heights). Owego finished first, going 5-0, Addison finished second at 4-1 and Edison finished third at 3-2. Blake Brooks (Campbell-Savona) went undefeated in his weight class, being named Outstanding Wrestling of the tournament.\n\nPenn Yan won 34-21 over Perry, lost 37-36 to Edison and lost 48-18 against Owego. Wins for PYA included Jacob Eaves (118) over Perry\u2019s Maddox Regatuso in a 9-1 decision, Reed Bouchard (285) over Owego\u2019s Isaiah Hines in a 0:51 pin, Ty Conover (110) over RaeAnn Craft (Owego) in a 5:58 pin, and Jacob Eaves over Collin Monell (Owego).\n\n<b>Dec. 15 Dundee 48, Lyons 15<\/b>\n\nDundee came out on top over Lyons, winning four matches by quick pin and four by forfeit. Dundee had wins from Alex Leonard over Jaydan Butchino (0:14 pin), Hayden Erick over Jayden Joseph (0:33 pin), Riley Teeter over Braydon Dapolito (0:23 pin), and Gavin Hall over Kaiden Baker (0:44 pin). Lyons took wins with Mitchell VanAuken over Chris Dillon (2:24 pin), Christopher Magwood over Tyler Teeter (0:37 pin), and Vernon Jinks over Connor Erick (8-5 dec.).\n\n<b>Indoor Track<\/b>\n\n<b>Dec. 16 at RIT Girls - <\/b>Penn Yan\u2019s Madison Bishop took 6th in the 1500 Race Walk (10:13) and tied Dundee\/Bradford\u2019s Peyton Mullin for 6th in the Shot Put (26-08.75). Also for Dundee\/ Bradford, Madison Hughes took 5th in the Triple Jump (30-04). Marcus Whitman\u2019s Lana Burnett won the Triple Jump (33-09) and took 2nd in the 55 Dash (7.82), while teammate Olivia Hill took 4th in the 3000 Run (12:48).\n\n<b>Boys - <\/b>For Penn Yan, JD Tette took 2nd in the 1000 Run (2:56), Tony Sciallo took 3rd in the Shot Put (39-10), Kyle Wheeler took 4th in the 1000 Run (3:05) and Anthony Wheeler took 5th in the 600 Run (1:33). Dundee\/Bradford\u2019s Cam Buchanan took 2nd in the 55 Dash (6.93), while teammate Hayden Erick took 3rd in the Triple Jump (39-01). For Whitman, Fletcher Dickmann took 2nd in the 3200 Run (10:49), James Sloth took 2nd in the Triple Jump (39-04), Connor Rinas took 3rd in the Weight Throw (39-06), Daniel Nemitz took 4th in the Pole Vault (8-03) and Max Clovis took 5th in the 3200 Run (11:12).\n\n<b>Boys Swimming<\/b>\n\n<b>Dec. 17 Alfred-Almond 118, Marcus Whitman 54 Williamson-Sodus 68, Marcus Whitman 90<\/b>\n\nWhitman squared off against Alfred-Almond and Williamson-Sodus in a dual meet, falling to both teams and dropping to 0-5 this winter.\n\nAgainst Alfred-Almond, Whitman won the 200 Medley Relay and had wins from Gabe Johnson in the 50 Free (25.39), Zach Lincoln in the 100 Back (1:05) and Carl Parsons in the 100 Breast (1:06). Alfred-Almond took the 200 and 400 Freestyle Relays and had wins from Noah Dusinberre in the 200 Free (1:53) and 500 Free (5:15), Julian Petrillo in the 200 IM (2:11) and 100 Free (53.10) and Lucian Fioretto in the 100 Butterfly (1:02).\n\nAgainst Williamson-Sodus, Whitman won the 200 Medley and 400 Free Relays and got wins with Brendan Laity in the 200 Free (1:54) and 500 Free (5:17), Carl Parsons in the 200 IM (2:14) and 100 Breast (1:06), Gabe Johnson in the 100 Butterfly (1:03), and Zach Lincoln in the 100 Free (58.44) and 100 Back (1:05).