High School Sports Round Up: PY's Davis wins two events

Gary Pinneo
The seven PY seniors honored at their last home game. L to R is Stephanie Owens, Courtney Lafler, Danielle Chidsey, Heather Conklin, Kim Thayer, Kayli Harling, and Sarah Alexander

Cross Country

With the Wayne/Finger Lakes League championships coming this coming Saturday at Red Creek High School, Penn Yan’s Andrew Davis continued to excel in Cross Country action. On Oct. 14 in Sodus, Davis finished in first place with a time of 19:20. Teammate Peter Tomlinson finished in 3rd place. The Mustangs team defeated Wayne 24-31 and lost to Honeoye 25-36. Their season record stands at 10-10.

Davis finished in first place at the Marion Invitational Oct. 17. He recorded a winning time of 17:30.

Boy’s Soccer

After shutting out South Seneca to finish up the regular season, the Penn Yan Boy’s Soccer team will open their Section V tournament play by hosting Byron-Bergen/Elba Oct. 22.

Penn Yan 5 South Seneca 0

The Penn Yan Mustang boy’s soccer team finished their regular season in great fashion, shutting out South Seneca 5-0 in Ovid Oct. 15. The Mustangs and Falcons battled to a scoreless first half, but the Orange and Blue offense kicked into high gear in the second half.

Penn Yan scored 5 unanswered goals to take total command of this match. The Mustangs were led by Tate Stewart with 2 goals. He also added 2 assists. Scott Fingar and Noah Hullings both collected a goal and added an assist. Kevin Canales also connected with a goal. Jon McKay earned the shutout win making 4 saves.

With the win in the regular season finale, Penn Yan improved their record to 8-6-2. They finished 7-4-1 in league play, earning a third place finish in the Finger Lakes East. The Mustangs will open Section V tournament play Oct. 22. They will host the No. 9 seed team from Byron-Bergen/Elba. Penn Yan, the home team is the No. 8 seed.

Girl’s soccer

Penn Yan dropped two games while Dundee one a game and lost a game.

Pal-Mac 2 Penn Yan 1

On Oct. 14 at home, Penn Yan fell to Pal-Mac 2-1. The Red Raiders scored the game winner with just 2 minutes left in regulation time. Sarah Alexander scored the lone Mustang goal. Heather Conklin picked up an assist. Kailee Christiansen stopped 9 shots in the Penn Yan nets.

Mynderse 4 Penn Yan 2

Penn Yan dropped a 4-2 decision to Mynderse Oct. 16 in Seneca Falls. Kailee Christiansen recorded 4 saves in this game. The Mustangs ended their regular season schedule with a 7-8-1 overall record. They were 3-8-1 in the Finger Lakes East.

The Orange and Blue soccer team will be the #10 seed in the Section V Class B tournament. They played the #7 Way-Co team Oct. 21 in Cohocton.

Naples 2 Dundee 1

Naples edged Dundee 2-1 Oct. 14. Madeleine Fenton notched the sole Dundee goal. Brooke Howell was solid in the nets for the Scots making 12 saves.

Dundee 2 Red Jacket 0

The Dundee Scots girl’s soccer team shutout Red Jacket in Shortsville Oct. 16 Nolleen Whetham scored both Dundee goals in the second half. Brooke Howell recorded the shutout win making 5 saves.

Dundee ends their regular season with a 7-6-3 overall record. They are 6-5-3 in the Finger Lakes West. The Scots hosted Red Jacket Oct. 21 in the upcoming Section V tournament.

Volleyball

Penn Yan 3 Wayne 0

The Penn Yan Mustang girl’s volleyball team defeated Wayne 3-0 at home Oct. 14. Liz Wunder recorded 10 kills, 4 blocks, and served 2 aces to pace the Mustang attack. Kelly Bray added 9 assists while Emily Wunder added 4 assists and 4 aces. With the win, Penn Yan improves their season to 6-8 overall, 4-8 in the Finger Lakes East.

South Seneca 3 Dundee 0

The Dundee girl’s volleyball team was shutout by South Seneca in Dundee Oct. 14. Olivia Taylor had 5 assists, 1 ace, and 1 block in this game for Dundee.

Mynderse 3 Dundee 2

The Scots also fell to Mynderse 3-2 on Friday. Dundee’s overall record drops to 3-12. They are 0-10 in the Finger Lakes West.