<div class="byline"><b>Rob Maeske <\/b>\n<i>The Chronicle-Express<\/i><\/div>\nGirls Lacrosse\n\n<b>Apr. 3 <\/b>\n\n<b>Penn Yan 14, Ithaca 9<\/b>\n\nThe Penn Yan girls travelled to Ithaca to pick up their second win of the season.\n\nThe Mustangs scored seven goals in either half, outpacing Ithaca, who scored four in the first half and five in the second. Bailey Cooper led PYA with nine goals and an assist.\n\nAlso for Penn Yan, Corinne Barden, Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger, Taylor Mullins and Giana Voigt each scored a goal, with Barden also picking up an assist, while Ruby Berry added two assists. In goal for the Mustangs, Marion Wheeler made six saves.\n\n<b>Apr. 8<\/b>\n\nPenn Yan won their home opener of the season in a crossover match against Horseheads, bringing the Mustangs to a threewin streak. PYA\u2019s Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger led the team with five goals, while Corinne Barden made four goals and three assists. Also for the Mustangs, Bailey Cooper scored two goals, Lila Hansen had a goal and an assist and Giana Voigt got an assist as well. It was Cooper\u2019s 19th goal in the Mustangs\u2019 opening three games. Marion Wheeler made three saves for Penn Yan.\n\nBoys Lacrosse\n\n<b>Apr. 4 <\/b>\n\n<b>Marcellus 10, Penn Yan 3 <\/b>It was a battle of the Mustangs to start of the season, as Penn Yan Academy took on Marcellus, a Syracuse-area school, in a non-league matchup.\n\nMarcellus dominated the day, beating PYA by seven.\n\nThe first period was close, with Marcellus leading 3-2, but unanswered scores in the second and third periods gave the visitors the advantage and Marcellus outscored Penn Yan 5-1 in the fourth quarter, securely locking up the win.\n\nAdam Rayfield led Marcellus with four goals and an assist, while Nick Rayfield and Chris Doshna each scored two goals. For Penn Yan, Bryant Van Housen, Teagan Fingar and Carter Earl each scored a point, with Van Housen also getting an assist. In goal, Quenten Polkowski made five saves for Marcellus, while Will Thompson made 16 for Penn Yan.\n\n<b>Apr. 7<\/b>\n\n<b>Westhill 6, <\/b><b style="font-family: Georgia, Times, 'Times New Roman', serif; font-size: 16px;">Penn Yan 5 OT <\/b><span style="font-family: Georgia, Times, 'Times New Roman', serif; font-size: 16px;">Penn Yan lost to Westhill Central after a fierce battle that went into double overtime. It was PYA\u2019s second crossover game in a row, with Westhill a Syracuse-area team in Class C. Both teams played a competitive game, but Westhill took the advantage in the second quarter, outscoring Penn Yan 3-1 to lead 4-2 at the half. Coming back in, both teams scored a goal in the third quarter, but it was PYA\u2019s two unanswered goals in the fourth that brought the game into overtime. One wasn\u2019t enough to decide the match and a second OT had to be played, finally ended by Westhill\u2019s Luke Gilmartin, who scored the game-winner with 28 seconds left. For PYA, Carter Earl and Teagan Fingar each scored two goals and Bryant Van Housen got a goal and an assist.<\/span>\n\nWill Thompson made 14 saves for the Mustangs.