High School Sports Results & Schedules
Dec. 28: Penn Yan 51, Georgetown (Ontario, Canada) 43
The Penn Yan Mustangs notched a win in Vernon-Verona-Sherill tournament action. Adam Stork led the Mustangs with 15 points and Anthony Luppino and Dylan Yonts each added 11 points in the first round win.
Dec. 29: Vernon-Verona-Sherill 65, Penn Yan 51
In the second round of the tournament, the home team defeated the Mustangs. Adam Stork again led the Mustangs, with 13 points. Dylan Yonts had seven points and Colby Treat added 5.
Dec. 14: Dundee 69, Naples 40
DUN - Steven Carruthers 9; Garrick Conyers 30; Joe Tortolon 14;
NAP - Evan Gregg 11; Ian Liebentritt 16;
Dec. 16: Dundee 47, South Seneca 51
DUN - Garrick Conyers 14; Joe Tortolon 23; SS - Kevin Close 16; Joey Johndrew 12
The Penn Yan Mustangs game against Pal-Mac was postponed to Dec. 23 because of inclement weather.
Dec 17: Midlakes 79, Penn Yan 69
Midlakes overcame a fourth quarter comeback by Penn Yan and came away with a win in double overtime.
After both teams got off to a fast start, Midlakes held a 34-29 halftime lead behind eight points from Brandon Suave. Adam Stark scored 11 in the first half for the Mustangs to keep the game within reach.
The Screaming Eagles were able to extend their lead through three quarters and held a 47-40 advantage going into the fourth.
Behind solid defense in the final quarter of play, including a defensive stop at the end of regulation, Penn Yan was able to outscore Midlakes 16-9 and force overtime.
One overtime period was not enough to decide the outcome. With time running out at the end of the first overtime period, it was Midlakes that earned a defensive stop this time around, forcing a second overtime period.
Midlakes kept up the defensive pressure in the second overtime, and after a quiet second half and first overtime, Suave scored seven of the final 15 points for Midlakes to propel the Screaming Eagles to the win.
Suave finished the game with 17 points for Midlakes. Chris Lorh also had 17 for the Screaming Eagles to go with 12 rebounds. Ethan Maslyne chipped in 15 in the win for Midlakes and Dalton Donk finished with 14. Tyler Fisher pulled down 14 rebounds to go with his six points.
Sophomore James Burdette was the high scorer for Penn Yan with 24, followed by Stork with 20 and Colby Treat with 14.
Dec. 21: Mynderse 73, Penn Yan 62
MYN - Dave Lynch 19 Dylan Verkey 19;
PY - Dylan Force 21 (6-for-6 3pt FGs);
Dec. 17: Penn Yan 54, Midlakes 32
Rachel Roddenbery led the game's scoring with 18. Emily Simpson added 12 points and Morgan Simmons added 11. The Lady Mustangs improve their record to 4-1 with this win.
The Penn Yan Mustang bowling teams continued to dominate the area's bowling lanes as the 2010-11 season moves toward the new year. In their latest showdown in the Finger Lakes East, the Penn Yan Mustang boy's team remained perfect for the season with a 7-0 whitewashing of the Geneva Panthers at Sunset Lanes in Border City.
The Orange and Blue lanesmen dominated this Thursday afternoon match outscoring their hosts 2,853 pins to 2,749. Anthony Ottaviano led the way for the local bowling contingent with a 637 series (212-225-200). Dan Fox followed with a 573 (201) and Jonah Pielow contributed a 566 (217). Dan's brother, Pete Fox, also contributed a 191 single game. Penn Yan improved their record to an amazing 35-0 heading for the Christmas break.
On Dec. 21, Pielow led the Mustangs with 683 series in their victory over Wayne to improve their record to 42-0. Dan Fox added a 630 series.
The Mustang girl's team also picked up another win on Thursday against Geneva. The Lady Panthers proved to be a tough foe in this match. They outscored Penn Yan in the aggregate pin count, 2,471 to 2,420 and also pulled out a win in game number two. But Penn Yan scored wins in games one and three to secure the 4-3 team win. The victory improved the first place Lady Mustang's record to 30-5. Brendaya Parsons was Penn Yan's top bowler with a 575 series (178-178-219). Kara Sage added a 542 series (196-181).
Brendaya Parsons outbowled everyone on the lanes in the Dec. 21 Wayne match with a 688 series that included games of 233, 289 and 266. The Penn Yan girls took all seven points in the match.