High School Sports
Feb. 8: Girls: Penn Yan 7, Wayne 0: Kara Sage: 195, 190, 236 for a 621 series; Brendaya Parsons: 178, 193,190 for a 561 series. The girls record is 72/12.
Feb 8: Boys: Penn Yan 5, Wayne, 2: Dan Fox 227, 197, 196 for 620 series; Derrick Fleischman 200, 191, 227 for a 618 series. The boys record is 78/6.
Feb. 7: Dundee 53, South Seneca 49
Dundee's Garrick Conyers scored on a layup with just 1:30 left in the game to give the Scotsmen a come from behind 53-49 victory over South Seneca in Dundee on Monday evening.
This game was originally scheduled for last week, but was moved to Monday because of last week's snow storm.
Dundee led 29-22 at the half, but South Seneca rallied to take the lead in the second before Garrick Conyers sealed the victory with his clutch basket. Conyers ended the evening with 19 points to lead the Scotsmen. Joe Tortolon added 10 points and Kyle Spinks 8 points.
Feb. 7: Penn Yan 45, Marcus Whitman 36
The Penn Yan Mustang girl's basketball team rallied from a 27-20 first half deficit to defeat Marcus Whitman 45-39 on Monday evening in Penn Yan. The Orange and Blue defense held the visitors to 3 points in the final quarter to seal this F.L. East victory. Rachel Roddenbery led the Mustangs in scoring with 19 points. Emily Simpson added 8 points.
Feb. 4: Penn Yan 43, Mynderse 36
Emily Simpson led the Lady Mustangs with 17 points. Kate Disbrow had 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals. Rachael Roddenbery had 6 rebounds and 3 steals.
Feb. 3: Penn Yan 71, Midlakes 60
James Burdette, with 20 points and Dylan Yonts with 19 led the Mustangs in their victory over Midlakes. Adam Stork added 14 points.
Feb. 3, 2011: Penn Yan Boys 7, Dundee Boys 0
Dan Fox rolled a 277 game and a 733 series to defeat the Scots. Devon Miller rolled a 691 series for Dundee.
Feb. 3, 2011: Penn Yan Girls 7, Dundee Girls 0
Brendaya Parsons bowled a 209 game in a 539 series and Brooke Parsons started off with a 208 game to lead the Lady Mustangs. Amanda Crans bowled a 207 game in her 512 series.
The Penn Yan Varsity Cheerleaders won first place in Division 7 and the Large Varsity Grand Championship at the recent competition in Dansville and head to Victor on Feb. 5.
Pal-Mac 32 Penn Yan 30
The Penn Yan Mustang girl’s basketball team completely shutdown the visiting Pal-Mac Red Raiders in the second and third quarters in their Finger Lakes East League showdown in Penn Yan of Friday night.
Penn Yan limited Pal-Mac to just four total points in that 16-minute time frame. But unfortunately for Penn Yan, two quarters does not constitute a whole game.
Pal-Mac outscored their host 12-6 in the initial quarter and dominated the final eight minutes with a 16-8 run.
This would be enough to give the Red Raiders a narrow 32-30 victory. A 3-pointer by Pal-Mac with just 1:33 remaining proved to be the game winner and sent Penn Yan down to defeat.
Kate Disbrow notched 11 points to lead the Lady Mustang offense. Emily Simpson added 10 points and Morgan Simmons 5. Chelsie Travis and Kaleigh Neuberger grabbed six rebounds each for Penn Yan. Earlier in the week, Penn Yan’s Rachel Roddenbery was named the Player of the Week in the Finger Lakes East for the week of Jan. 17-23.
The Lady Mustang’s record falls to 7-4 in the F.L. East (tied for 3rd place). They are 7-6 overall.
Dundee 45 Naples 23
The Dundee Lady Scots defeated Naples 45-23 in a Finger Lakes West clash played in Dundee on Monday evening.
The Dundee defense shutdown Naples in the first half holding the Big Green to just 6 points. Dundee raced to an insurmountable 25-6 lead after 16 minutes enroute to the easy win.
Casi Strait was the top Dundee scorer registering 16 points.
She also added 7 assists, 7 steals, and grabbed 6 rebounds. Lauren Howell added 10 points in the Dundee win.
The Lady Scots record improves to 8-5.
Pal-Mac 44 Penn Yan 41
The Penn Yan Mustang boy’s basketball team journeyed to Palmyra to take on the Red Raiders in a Finger Lakes East League showdown on Friday evening. Early on, it looked like the upstart Mustangs were primed to pull off an impressive upset, and record their second league win of the year.
The Orange and Blue cagers dominated the first half and raced to a 24-15 halftime lead. But the wheels came off the Mustang offense in the 3rd quarter. Penn Yan was held to just 3 points in that stanza and Pal-Mac pulled even at 27 after three quarters. The Red Raiders continued their comeback in the final period and slowly eased away to a 44-41 victory.
James Burdette led all Penn Yan scorers with 15 points. Dylan Yonts added 10 points and adam Stork 7.
With the loss, Penn Yan’s season’s record slips to 1-9 in the league and 2-10 overall.
The Mustangs fell to Marcus Whitman 59-34 Jan. 31 in a make-up game.
Naples 56 Dundee 55
The Dundee Scots basketball squad hoped to close the gap in the Finger Lakes West and make a late charge toward a possible league title last week. They traveled to Naples Friday to face the Big Green and hoped to come away with another league win.
But their Ontario County hosts had a different plan. The maroon clad cagers from Dundee jumped off to a quick 13-9 lead after one quarter.
But the Green machine countered with a 19-10 run in the second quarter to grab a 28-23 halftime lead. The third quarter belonged to the Scotsmen in this see-saw contest. They recaptured the lead with a 19-10 run of their own. Dundee led 42-38 after three quarters. But the pivotal fourth quarter belonged to Naples. They outscored Dundee by a 18-13 count which would be just enough to give the hometown team a narrow 56-55 win.
Garrick Conyers continued his torrid shooting for Dundee. He netted 24 points to pace the Scotsmen attack. Joe Tortolon registered 16 points. Kyle Woodard added six points. Dundee’s FL West record dropped to 6-4 with this crucial loss. They currently are in fourth place in the league. Dundee is 8-4 overall.
The Penn Yan Mustang wrestling team traveled to Sodus to compete in the Finger Lakes Central Division championship on Saturday.
Aaron Bodine was one of Penn Yan’s best finishers, earning a second place honor in the 145 lbs. class.
Other honors included a fifth place finish for Courtney Lafler and a sixth place finish for Mike Peacock in the 96 lbs. class. Erik Eggleston notched a fifth place in the 119 lbs. events. At 125 lbs., Andrew Baxter and Nick Skorusa finished sixth and seventh at 125 lbs. Nick Nichols finished fourth in the 130 lbs. class, and Connor Jensen earned a fifth place finish in the 140 lb. group.
Kevin Kerrick garnered a seventh place finish at 160 lbs. John Martisch finished second in the 170 lbs. match with Keith Hoover earning a seventh place finish. At 215 lbs., Ray Mashewske came in fifth place, and Chris Conley sixth. Reid Castner garnerd a third place finish in the 285 lbs. class.