Mustangs defeat Waterloo 2-1 in Sudden Death

Gary Pinneo
Mustang’s #4 Ryan Beattie brings the ball up the center of the field.

Penn Yan junior Ben Dinehart scored both of the Mustang goals in Penn Yan’s win over Waterloo, including the game winner in sudden death overtime on a free kick. 

Penn  Yan rode the two Dinehart goals to a 2-1 sudden death win in Waterloo on Oct. 15. Matthew MacKerchar registered six saves to record the victory for the Mustangs (3-11-1,3-9-1). 

On Tuesday in Penn Yan, Newark shutout P.Y.A. 1-0.  MacKerchar had eight saves in this match.  The Mustangs had control in the game for the most part but could not put the ball in the Newark net. 

Marcus Whitman

In other local boy’s soccer action, Marcus Whitman improved their season record to 6-9 with a 3-1 win over Geneva in Gorham on Friday.  Danny Clark notched two goals to pace the Wildcats.  Perry Mortensen added one goal. 

Jake Chard had five saves in the nets to protect  the win for Whitman.

The day before, Pal/Mac defeated Whitman 4-1.  Danny Clark scored the lone Wildcat goal assisted by Robarge.  Jake Chard registered seven saves in goal.


The Dundee Scots dropped  three games last week.  On Tuesday Naples edged Dundee 3-2 in overtime.

Owen Maloy scored the two Dundee goals in the second half.  Shea Maloy had 15 saves in the nets.

On Thursday afternoon, the Scotsmen fell to Geneva 4-3.  Owen Maloy notched two goals and Jake Wilmott one for Dundee. The Scots also lost to Romulus 3-1 on Friday.  Owen Maloy scored the Scot goal and Shea Maloy had five saves in goal for Dundee (2-13,0-11).

Penn Yan’s #34 Michael Hawley heads the ball.