High School Sports recap

Staff Writer
The Chronicle Express
Penn Yan's # 31 Rachael Roddenbery and 23 Chelsie Travis backs the Aquinas girl in to a corner.


The Penn Yan Mustangs took second place at the wrestling tournament in Avoca over the weekend, reports Coach Ted Cox.

“I was very impressed with my team, especially since we are so young this year,” said Cox

John Martisch, Miles Snyder and Aaron Bodine all went undefeated with a 5-0 record, while Michael Peacock, Erik Eggleston, Ray Mashewske and Reid Castner all ended the day with an impresive record of 4-1, reports Cox.

Wrestlers with winning records include Courtney Lafler, Andrew Baxter, Travis Groet, Kevin Kerrick, and Joel Pillsbury. Penn Yan’s next match will be in Pal-Mac on Dec. 7.

Dundee and Marcus Whitman also competed in the tournament.

Marcus Whitman 60  Dundee 21: Also last week, the Dundee Scots wrestling team dropped a 60-21 decision to Marcus  Whitman in their opening match of the 2010-11 season.  

The Scots jumped ahead 9-0 early, but the Wildcats took control as the match progressed.   Nick Raplee scored a win by decision in the 160 lbs. event.  Lucas Chappell scored a victory by fall in the 140 lbs. match as did Stephen Chappell in the 189 lbs. bout.

Girls Basketball

Nov. 29: Aquinas 64, Penn Yan 49

Rachael Roddenbery led the scoring with 16 points. Emily Simpson added 12 and Kate Disbrow added 8.

Roddenbery also had six rebounds and Disbrow had seven assists and five rebounds.

Dec. 2: Penn Yan 48, Wayne 40

Emily Simpson scored 20 points in the Lady Mustang's first win of the season. Morgan Simmons added eight, Chelsea Travis 7 and Ashley Harling 6.

Simson had seven rebounds, three assists and 2 steals. Travis had 12 rebounds and Kate Disbrow had 9 rebounds, 2 assistas and 3 steals.

In all, the team pulled down 42 team rebounds (24 offensive and 18 defensive)

They host Newark on Dec. 8.

The Dundee Lady Scots were scheduled to open their regular season at home on Dec. 1 against Red Jacket. After school activities were cancelled at Dundee. They travel to Romulus on Dec. 7.


Penn Yan 7   Mynderse 0

On Monday afternoon in Penn Yan at Doug Kent’s Lakeside Lanes, the Mustang boys team totally dominated Mynderse winning 7-0.  

They outpinned the Blue Devils 2932 to 2233 and easily swept  all three games enroute to the easy win.  

Pete Fox rolled a 641 series (202-226-213) to pace the Orange and Blue keglers.  

Dan Fox followed closely with a 614 series (204-204-206).  Anthony Ottaviano added a 599 (192-204-203).  John Ottaviano had a match high single game of 235.

Penn Yan 7  Marcus Whitman 0

The Mustang bowling forces scored their second 7-0 win a couple of afternoons later at the Roseland Bowl in Hopewell.  They easily downed Marcus Whitman 7-0.  

Once again, Pete Fox topped the Penn Yan scoring sheet with a 672 series (171-279-222).  Anthony Ottaviano rolled a 658 (203-235-220), Derrick Fleischman a 663 ( 233-174-256), Dan Fox 608 (220-195-193), and Jonah Pielow a 564 (181-186-197) as the Mustangs totally dominated their hosts.  

Brandon Grover led the Wildcats with a 639 series (192-214-233).  Jordan Chabot rolled a 232 single game for the Wildcats.

Lady Mustangs also on a roll

The Penn Yan Lady Mustang bowlers also answered the opening bell in week one, picking up 12 out of 14 points with teams wins over Mynderse and Marcus Whitman.

Penn Yan 5   Mynderse 2

The Lady Mustangs downed Seneca Falls 5-2 in Penn Yan on Monday afternoon.  

The Blue Devils had a larger aggregate pin total, but Penn Yan’s big 916-731 win in game three gave the Penn Yan girls the overall victory.  

Brooke Parsons rolled a 574 series (182-198-214) to lead Penn Yan.  Brendaya Parsons added a 523 ( 204-184) and Kara Sage a 507 (178-179).  

The Orange and Blue Lady bowlers also shut out Marcus Whitman 7-0 in Hopewell on Thursday.  

Brendaya Parsons scored a 527 series (193) and Shelby Button picked up top honors on the afternoon with a 551 series (214).  

Hanna Hurlburt rolled a 166 for Whitman.  

Scots teams down Bloomfield 4-3

The Dundee Scots bowling teams are also off to a fast start.  

The Scots registered 4-3 wins over Bloomfield on Thursday afternoon in Canandaigua.  

For the Dundee boys team, Devon Miller led the way with a 621 series (222-225).  

Teammate Chris Case added a 568 (221).  

The Lady Scots also notched a 4-3 win over the Bombers at Roseland Bowl in Hopewell.  

Loren Marusarz was the top Dundee bowler with a 562 series (233-185-144).  Amanda Krause contributed a 489 (195).

Dundee 7               HAC 0

Both Dundee teams also shut out H.A.C. 7-0 last week.

 Once again, the Scots were led by Miller for the boys and  Marusarz for the distaff Scot bowlers.

Boys Basketball

The Penn Yan Mustangs open their season on Dec. 7 in Newark and host Marcus Whitman on Dec. 10.

The Scots host Romulus Dec. 8 in their regular season opener after winning their own Tip-off Tournament over the weekend.