<i>The Chronicle-Express<\/i>\n\n<b>Feb. 6 Haverling 69. Penn Yan 61<\/b>\n\nThe Haverling Rams won in Penn Yan, beating the Mustangs in a crossover match. Penn Yan fell to 3-14 overall with the loss. The game started out with the teams going back and forth and the score 32-28 in favor of the Rams at the half. The Mustangs and Rams continued to trade the lead back and forth through the third period, but Haverling held around a 10 point lead through the fourth after pulling away at the beginning of the quarter. Penn Yan rallied and was able to narrow the lead in the last two minutes of play, but due to fouls, gave the Rams too many opportunities at the free throw line, letting Haverling run down the clock for the win. The lead scorer for Haverling was Jacob Hagadone was 32 points, who went 9-11 in free throws, while Austin Durand scored 23 points, including six 3-pointers. For PYA, Tanyon Dunning scored 25 points and Matt Tones scored 11. Penn Yan\u2019s JV team won their game against Haverling, leading every period and finishing 58-46 against the Rams.\n\n<b>Keshequa 54, Naples 46 <\/b>Naples lost to Keshequa in a non-league game, dropping the Big Green to 2-16 this winter. Bryan Flanagan led Keshequa with 25 points, while Nathan Thayer scored 12 and Ian Hinrich scored 10.\n\n<b>Feb. 7 Wayne 81, Penn Yan 43 <\/b>Penn Yan took a big loss in Wayne, falling to 3-15 overall and 1-11 in the league. Wayne improved to 15-3 overall and 9-3, sitting 2nd in the FLE behind the Newark Reds. Wayne was led by freshman Cam Blankenburg with 17 points, while PJ Ostrowski scored 15 points and Alec Gilbert scored 14. On PYA\u2019s side, Tanyon Dunning scored 15 points, Liam Chapman scored 11 and Matt Tones scored 8.\n\n<b>Newark 67, Marcus Whitman 41<\/b>\n\nNewark defeated the visiting Wildcats, maintaining their position at the top of the Finger Lakes East standings.\n\nWhitman dropped to 8-10 for the season and 4-8 in the FLE. For Newark, Kellen Foster scored 16 points, Raeshawn Howard had 15 points and 11 rebounds and Brayden Steve had 14 points and 10 rebounds.\n\nBrody Royston led Whitman with 14 points.\n\n<b>Feb. 8 Dundee\/Bradford 51, Red Jacket 46 <\/b>Dundee\/Bradford finished out the regular season with a home turf upset over Red Jacket.\n\nAs the BraveScots\u2019 last home game of the season, it was D\/B\u2019s Senior Night, honoring the team\u2019s senior students who will graduate this year. Honored for Senior Night were Ryan McTamney, John Bell, Cam Rosemier, Gabe Stiles, Dylan Monell, Nick Slavick, Logan Buchanan and Miguel Candela. The \u2018Scots ended the regular season 12-8 overall and 7-7 in the Finger Lakes West, ending up 4th in the FLW. Red Jacket finished 2nd in the FLW with a league record of 8-4. For Dundee\/Bradford, Nick Slavick had 15 points and 11 rebounds, Logan Buchanan had 14 points and 10 rebounds, Aidan Webster scored 10 points and John Bell got eight points and seven steals.\n\nTruman Hill led Red Jacket with 17 points, while Aiden Griffith scored 12. The team wished to thank coaches Yarrington, Bailey and Webster for all their hard work during the season.\n\n<b>HAC 44, Naples 28<\/b>\n\nNaples lost to Harley-Allendale-Columbia in the Green\u2019s last home game of the season, raising HAC to 10-6 and dropping Naples to 2-17. Within the Finger Lakes West, HAC was 7-5, while Naples continued to sit firmly in the league\u2019s last spot at 1-12 with four less wins and five more losses than the Honeoye Bulldogs, who are next up in the league standings.\n\n<b>Feb. 10 Newark 66, Penn Yan 59 <\/b>Though they fought hard, the Mustangs lost to Newark at home, getting bumped down to 3-16. The win saw Newark maintain their one-win lead over Wayne for the top spot in the Finger Lakes East.\n\nNewark and Wayne were set to square off on Feb.\n\n14 in what will be the final league game for both teams and decide who takes the league title. Penn Yan started slow, with the first period ending 21-8 for Newark.\n\nPYA battled through the rest of the game, but had trouble containing the offensive efforts of Raeshawn Howard and Kellen Foster, who have been dominant players this season, and the defensive skills of Eric Finn, letting Newark maintain around a 10-point lead through the majority of the game.\n\nThe third period ended spectacularly, with Penn Yan nailing two 3-pointers in a row with a block in between, setting the packed PYA gymnasium on fire and bringing the Mustangs within seven, but Newark hit a 3-point buzzer beater to bring the lead back to 10. Penn Yan tried their best to rally in the fourth, but several fouls called on PYA killed their momentum and gave precious foul shot opportunities to the Reds, who took the win. Tanyon Dunning and Owen Bishop led Penn Yan\u2019s efforts, with Dunning scoring 17 and Bishop scoring 16.\n\nAs the last home game of the season, it was Senior Night for the Mustangs. Penn Yan\u2019s senior players this season are Carson Nagpaul, Tanyon Dunning, Ashtian Dunning, Owen Bishop and Anthony \u201cTone\u201d Druker. Though their record didn\u2019t reflect it this season, PYA\u2019s seniors played with intensity and heart through the winter. Penn Yan\u2019s final game of the season was set for Feb. 14 against Mynderse Academy.\n\n<b>Geneva 58, Marcus Whitman 46 <\/b>Marcus Whitman lost to the visiting Panthers, falling to 8-11 overall and 4-9 in the Finger Lakes East. Whitman\u2019s last game of the regular season was scheduled for Feb. 14, with a final league matchup against Pal-Mac.\n\n<b>Red Jacket 63, Naples 48<\/b>\n\nNaples ended their season with a loss to Red Jacket. It was Naples\u2019 11th loss in a row since a 20-point win against North Rose-Wolcott at the end of December.\n\nThe Green\u2019s final season record was 2-18 overall and 1-13 in the Finger Lakes West.\n\n<b>Girls Basketball<\/b>\n\n<b>Feb. 7 Dundee\/Bradford 53, Red Jacket 31 <\/b>The BraveScots made it eight in a row with a win in Red Jacket, improving to 16-2 overall and 13-1 in the Finger Lakes West. Kailey Yeoman was the top scorer for D\/B with 18 points. Also for the \u2018Scots, Kendall Parker got 15 points, five assists, nine rebounds and eight steals and Mikayla Schoffner had 10 points, eight rebounds and four steals. With the loss, Red Jacket fell to 4-14 overall and 3-11 in the FLW.\n\n<b>Marcus Whitman 55, Honeoye 23 <\/b>Honeoye was no match for the Whitman girls, who further cemented their spot at #3 in the Finger Lakes West.\n\nFor MW, Olivia Herod scored 15 points, Lily Carroll scored 10, Sophie Snyder scored seven and Aliysiah Clark scored six. Ava Higgins led the Bulldogs with seven points. The win put Whitman at 14-4 overall this season and 11-3 in the FLW, while Honeoye dropped to 5-10 in the league and 5-13 overall.\n\n<b>HAC 38, Naples 22<\/b>\n\nNaples ate a loss against Harley-Allendale-Columbia, falling to 1-16 overall and 1-13 in the Finger Lakes West. Grace Hebding scored eight points for Naples and Erika Reigelsperger scored four. HAC was 8-10 with the win, climbing to 6-8 in the FLW.\n\n<b>Feb. 8 Penn Yan 36, Wayne 32 <\/b>Penn Yan Academy snagged a narrow win against Wayne, beating the Eagles by four and improving to 4-12. With the win, PYA was 4-8 in the Finger Lakes East.\n\nWayne was 2-11 in the league and 5-12 overall.\n\nHailey Trank scored 10 points for the Mustangs and got six rebounds; Bailey Cooper had nine points, seven boards and four steals; Corinne Barden had eight points and five boards and Breanne Dunning had seven points and four boards.\n\n<b>Feb. 9 Dundee\/Bradford 61, Romulus 24 <\/b>Dundee\/Bradford took a commanding win over Romulus, moving up to 17-2. Romulus was 3-15 with the loss. Kendall Parker led the \u2018Scots with 23 points, eight rebounds and four steals, while Mikayla Schoffner scored 15 points, also hauling in eight rebounds and grabbing five steals. Brieonna Bayer and Kailey Yeoman each added seven to the BraveScots\u2019 score.\n\n<b>Naples 47, Red Jacket 39 <\/b>Naples snagged a much-needed win, stopping themselves just short of a 10-loss streak.\n\nIt was just Naples\u2019 second win of the season, improving their record to 2-16 overall and 2-13 in the Finger Lakes West. Polly Bay led the Big Green with 16 points, Grace Hebding scored 10 and Danielle Clark and Brynn Davis each scored seven points for Naples. Naples final game of the season was scheduled for Feb. 14, finishing out with a final league game against Romulus.\n\n<b>Feb. 10 Newark 59, Penn Yan 26<\/b>\n\nPenn Yan lost to Newark, falling to 4-13 overall and 4-9 in the Finger Lakes East. With the win, the Reds were 5-8 in the league and 7-11 overall. TaKyla Vaughn led Newark with 19 points and six rebounds and Naomi Jones scored 13 points. After Friday, Penn Yan had two games left in their season, with their final match of the season set for Feb. 15 against Mynderse.\n\n<b>Dundee\/Bradford 40, Marcus Whitman 28 <\/b>Two of this season\u2019s top rivals in the FL West met, with the league\u2019s #3 team, the Whitman Wildcats, hosting the BraveScots, who entered the match as the second ranked team behind Bloomfield.\n\nDundee\/Bradford came out on top, ending the regular season with an overall record of 18-2 and finishing 15-1 in the FLW, giving the BraveScots the #1 spot in the league. However, as of this issue\u2019s deadline, Bloomfield still had one league matchup to go, facing Red Jacket on Feb. 14th. With Red Jacket a major underdog at 3-12 in the FLW this season, it seemed likely that Bloomfield and Dundee\/Bradford would tie for the FLW title.\n\nKailey Yeoman led the BraveScots with 17 points, three rebounds and three steals. Also for the \u2018Scots, Kendall Parker scored 12 points with four rebounds, Mikayla Schoffner had seven points and 13 rebounds and Adrienne Kendall got eight rebounds. For Marcus Whitman, Katie Bootes scored 10 points, Olivia Herod scored seven points and Aurora Woodworth scored five.\n\nWith the loss, Whitman was 14-5 overall and 11-4 in the league. Whitman also had one league game remaining on the 14th, squaring off against South Seneca, however the result of that match would have no effect on Whitman finishing 3rd in the FLW.\n\n<b>Wrestling<\/b>\n\n<b>Feb. 11 Super Sectionals State Qualifier at SUNY Brockport <\/b>The 55th annual State Qualifier for wrestling was held at SUNY Brockport with 20 teams competing in Division 1 and 46 teams competing in Division 2, including Penn Yan Academy and Dundee\/Bradford. The top two wrestlers in Division\n1 and the top three wrestlers in Division 2 earned a trip to the State Tournament. The top finisher among our local wrestlers was Penn Yan Academy\u2019s Jayden Reid, who took 5th place in the 145 weight class.\n\nBowling\nFeb. 8\n\nThe season officially ended for the Penn Yan Mustangs with the Finger Lakes East Doubles-Singles Tournament at Roseland Bowl. PYA\u2019s Anella Tillman was recognized for the highest season average in the Finger Lakes East girls\u2019 division. Tillman averaged 205 a game in all matches against FLE teams.\n\nIn Girls Doubles A, Tillman and teammate Julia Maldonado earned silver medals, while in Girls Doubles B, Bella Miller and Taylor Morse also earned silver medals\u00a0 or Penn Yan. Tillman also earned First Team honors for the FLE, with Maldonado earned Second Team honors\n\nFor PYA\u2019s boys, Colin Johnson earned First Team honors, while Connor Anderson earned Second Team\n\nFor the 2022-2023 season, the Penn Yan girls finished in 3rd place in the Finger Lakes East standings with an overall record of 50-20 and 31-19 in the league. The Mustang boys finished in 4th place in the league, going 42-28 overall and 22-28 in the FLE\n\nIndoor Track Feb. 12 Wayne-Finger Lakes League at RIT\n\nIt was the last meet of the season for Wayne-Finger Lakes indoor track. The teams now move on to Sectionals on Feb. 18, to be held at Nazareth College.\n\nGirls - For Dundee\/ Bradford, Madison Hughes took 4th in the 55m Dash (7.85) and finished 9th in the Triple Jump (30-02). For Marcus Whitman, Lana Burnett won the Triple Jump (34-02.50) and took 5th in the 55m Dash (7.86); Natalie Chalk finished 7th in the 55m Hurdles (9.88); Taylor Bond finished 9th in the 1000m Run (3.45.54).\n\nBoys - For Dundee\/ Bradford, Hayden Erick won the High Jump (5-11) and took 3rd in the Triple Jump (40-07.50); Logan Buchanan was in a four-way for 2nd in the High Jump; Cameron Buchanan took 4th in the Triple Jump (39-01.50) and 5th in the 55m Dash (6.87). For Marcus Whitman, Fletcher Dickmann took 2nd in the 1600m Run (5:02.20), followed by Max Clovis in 4th (5:09.73) and Lachlan Dickmann in 5th (5:12.46); Chris Westermann finished 7th in the 3200m Run (11:35.99) followed by Sam Virkler in 8th (11:40.35); Connor Rinas finished 7th in the Weight Throw (43-02.25).