High School Sports Roundup
Haverling 6, Penn Yan 0
The Mustangs lost to Haverling, their second sweeping loss in as many games, though PY retains a positive record at 3-2-1. The Rams' Ella Yartym had four goals and an assist and Keegan Smith had two goals. Also for Haverling, Lillian Dickson had three assists. In goal for the Rams, Lola Coots made three saves in 70 minutes and Rylie Hoad made another three blocks, taking the last ten minutes of play. For PY, Elle Harrison stayed in net the entire game, making seven saves.
Honeoye 2, Dundee/Bradford 0
The BraveScots are 2-3-1 for the fall after a scoreless loss to the Bulldogs. For Honeoye, Sydney Pulver scored in the first half with an assist from Alexa Conlon and Christy Johnstone got one in the second assisted by Madalyn Webster. Gabrielle Tobiassen-Aasli made nine saves in the net for Dundee/Bradford, while Honeoye's Mickayla Scheele made three. Honeoye was 7-0 after this game, with five of those wins coming in clean sheet games.
Marcus Whitman 2, HAC 1
Marcus Whitman took a win at home, moving them up to 5-2. Whitman's Lana Burnett netted two goals, opening up scoring in the first half with an assist from Zoelle Payne and one after halftime with the assist from Maddie Daggett after HAC's Chloe Fowler opened the period with a tie-up goal. In the goals, Abby Kornbau made three saves for Whitman and Morgan Fowler of HAC made eight.
Penn Yan 4, Geneva 0
After getting swept in the last two games, Penn Yan came back with a four-point sweep of their own against the Panthers. For the Mustangs, Sierra Harrison had three goals and an assist, Emma Eichenhofer had one goal, Morgan Anderson made two assists and Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger picked up an assist as well. Elle Harrison made seven saves for PY. The Mustangs were 4-2-1 after the game.
Waterloo 4, Marcus Whitman 3
The Indians defeated visiting Marcus Whitman, putting Waterloo's record at 4-1-3, while the Wildcats are 5-3. It was quite a game, with the match's first goal coming late in the first period from Whitman's Lana Burnett assisted by Katherine Cline. It remained a 1-0 lead for the Wildcats until Waterloo's Tabitha Winter scored off an assist from Samantha Page late in the second to tie up the game and send it to overtime. Winter picked up two goals and assist in OT with Waterloo also seeing a goal from Morgan Caraballo. MW had goals from Maddie Daggett and Taylor Bond and an assist from Zoelle Payne. Both in goal for 100 minutes, Waterloo's Candace House made five saves while Whitman's Abby Kornbau made seven.
Dundee/Bradford 6, Red Jacket 1
The BraveScots defeated Red Jacket, bringing Dundee/Bradford's record up to an even 3-3. Madison Hughes and Kendall Parker each had two goals for the BraveScots, with Korrin Yeoman and Hayden Morrison each netting a goal of their own. Yeoman, Hughes and Morrison each added an assist as well. In the nets, Gabrielle Tobiassen-Aasli had eight saves for Dundee/Bradford, while RJ's Misty Hall made seven. Red Jacket was 2-6 after the match.
Penn Yan 2, Newark 1
The Mustangs put another notch on their belt Thursday in Newark, coming away with their fifth win of the season and putting their record at 5-0-1. A close match, Newark opened up the scoring, but Penn Yan came back with a goal from Zack Townley and one from David Reid with an assist from Brigham Hansen. In goal for PY, Thomas Barden picked up eight saves. The Reds were 2-4 after the loss.
HAC 3, Dundee/Bradford 0
The BraveScots took a tough 3-0 loss against HAC, chalking up the first loss in Dundee/Bradford's season thus far. Rafael Ferguson scored two goals (one off a penalty kick) for HAC and an assist on their final goal kicked by Nolan Surkau-Parkinson. HAC was 3-2 after the win.
Naples 7, Marcus Whitman 0
The Wildcats got hit with a seven-point sweeping loss, marking the fourth time they've been swept this season and leaving their record at 1-5, with their only win a 4-0 sweep of their own against Hammondsport (1-6). For Naples, Owen Hurlbert, Donivan Todd and Ryan Lester all netted two goals, with Hurlbert also picking up an assist and Todd picking up two. For his part, Wildcats goalkeeper Carson Miller made 22 blocks out of the 29 balls kicked his way and continues to be a major asset to Whitman.
Penn Yan 2, Marcus Whitman 0
Penn Yan got another one, adding the struggling Whitman Wildcats to the list of wins in their 6-0-1 season. The game on Saturday was PY's third win in a row since their game against Naples that ended in a 0-0 tie and marked the only game to that point that the Mustangs hadn't won. David Reid and Landon Berry each scored goals for Penn Yan, with Birgham Hansen picking up an assist on Berry's point. Thomas Barden made three saves for the Mustangs. Barden was also named Finger Lakes Player of the Week. Carson Miller made 22 saves for Whitman, only missing two. Whitman made only three shots on goal during the game. With the continued support of his teammates, Miller may end up with the most saves in the league this year as the game included his 100th block of the season.
Penn Yan 5, Waterloo 0
After a 5-0 sweep at Waterloo (0-7), the Mustangs were 7-0-1, adding a fifth clean slate to their season, three of which have been by five points. Kaden Steele led PY's scoring efforts this time around, picking up two goals with assists from Owen Bishop and Dylan Hassos. Landon Berry, Alex Reyes Leon and Zack Townley also found the net with assists from David Reid, Joe Droney and Brigham Hansen, respectively. As we hit the halfway point in the fall season, Penn Yan is proving itself to be an absolute powerhouse in the Finger Lakes League.
Dundee/Bradford 3, Honeoye 1
The BraveScots defeated Honeoye (2-4) in a game that saw no scores until the second half. Goals came from Logan Ayers, Aiden Monell with an assist from Josep Bustamante and Jacopo Paniga. Honeoye's point was scored by Evan Cuba on a penalty kick. Brandon Stowe made 16 saves for the Bulldogs. After the win, the BraveScots were 4-1 for the season.
Marcus Whitman 2, Waterloo 0
Whitman won a two-point sweep against Waterloo, snapping a five-game streak of losses which all but one were sweeps against the Wildcats. Jared Paddock scored both points for Whitman with an assist from Gavin Deatherage on the first. While the win was one of the few bright spots on Whitman's schedule, Waterloo remained pointless this fall, with not a single goal scored by the Indians all season to that point.
Haverling 24, Penn Yan/Dundee 18
The Rams beat the Mustangs in a close match that saw Haverling win by a touchdown. The loss bumps Penn Yan down to 1-2. PYD QB Carter Earl went 15/26, picking up 229 yards and throwing one TD and one pick. Nick Slavick caught Earl's scoring pass. Slavick had five receptions in the game for a total 105 yards as well as rushing for 40 yards and picking up another TD on the ground. Kaden LaBar also carried one across the line for Penn Yan. LaBar also led PYD's defense, nailing ten tackles with two sacks. John Bell also got ten tackles, picking up a sack of his own. Haverling was 2-1 with the win.
Marcus Whitman/Bloomfield 50, Waterloo 15
MWB blew Waterloo out of the water with a 50-15 win that saw the Wildcats move up to 2-1 so far this season.
Wayne 249, Penn Yan 271
It's been a tough season so far for Penn Yan, with the Mustangs picking up a fifth loss this season in their match against Wayne at Lakeside. Top shooters for Wayne included Andrew LeClair with a 43 (the match low) and Kyle Tomaselli with a 48. PY's low score came from Griffin Emerson with a 46. After this loss, Penn Yan was 1-4 in the league and 1-5 overall.
Geneva 238, Penn Yan 265
Victory continued to be elusive for the Penn Yan golf team as they took another loss, this time against the Panthers at Geneva CC to make PY 1-6 this season. Geneva's low came from Jeremy Askin, who shot a 40 overall and birdied on hole #2. For Penn Yan, Griffin Emerson led with a score of 47, while Cam Bassage was next with a 52.
Mynderse 5, Marcus Whitman 0
Whitman got skunked by Mynderse on all five points of the match, leaving the Wildcats at 1-4 this season.
Penn Yan 4, Waterloo 1
Penn Yan beat Waterloo in all but one game, evening PY's record to 3-3 this season. For the Mustangs, Abigail Garvey and Natalie Koen won their singles, while the teams of Abby Bodine/Jayden Hollister and Rachael Garvey/Anella Tillman won their doubles.
Penn Yan 3, Pal-Mac 2
Abigail Garvey, Jayden Hollister and Adelyn Emerson all won their singles, securing the win for PY to bring their record to 4-3 this fall.
HAC 5, Marcus Whitman 0
The Wildcats got swept for the second game in a row, bringing their record to 1-5 for the season.
Penn Yan 3, Newark 1
Penn Yan won in Newark, coming away with a 4-1 record. The four-game match resulted in scores of 25-19, 11-25, 25-13 and 25-23 for PY. Hailey Trank racked up seven aces, three kills, 11 assists and one block for the Mustangs. Also for PY, Jammie Decker picked up an ace, seven kills, two assists and three blocks and Faith Baker got two aces, a kill and an assist. For Newark, Andrea Malach had five kills and 14 digs and Emma Kuhn got three kills.
Mynderse 3, Dundee/Bradford 2
The BraveScots narrowly lost out to Mynderse in games of 14-25, 27-25, 22-25, 25-11 and 17-25. After winning three in a row to start the season, this was Dundee/Bradford's third loss in a row since their last win against Midlakes. That put the BraveScots at an even 3-3 this season.
Lyons 3, Dundee/Bradford 1
Dundee/Bradford their fourth loss in a row in a hard-fought four-game match against Lyons. Scores for the games ran 28-26, 23-25, 25-19 and 25-22 for the Lions.
Penn Yan 3, Pal-Mac 0
Penn Yan roundly defeated Pal-Mac in a quick three-game match, bringing PY to 5-1 for the season. For the Mustangs, Faith Baker had four aces, two kills, five digs and an assist, Hailey Trank had an ace, a kill, ten assists and a block and Jammie Decker got two aces, six kills, six digs and an assist. PY was 4-1 in the Finger Lakes, sitting only behind Wayne, who had the lead with a league record of 5-0.
Dundee/Bradford 3, South Seneca 1
Dundee/Bradford got a win on the road in South Seneca, winning three of four games in the match with scores of 25-11, 20-25, 25-15 and 25-21. After the win, the BraveScots were 4-4 overall. Seneca was 1-4 after the loss.