SPORTS ROUNDUP: Tette named to All-State X-Country
Two-time Class C Cross Country Champion, Penn Yan Academy sophomore JD Tette has been named to the All-State Second Team for Boys Cross Country. Other students named to Second Team included Asher Beck of Hackley, Bennett Melita of Fonda-Fultonville, Caeden Cox of Marcellus, Giovanni Culotta of Briarcliff, Joseph Lavelle of Rye Neck and Max Finley of Canton.
Bloomfield 44, Marcus Whitman 30
The Whitman girls lost out to Bloomfield, bringing their record to an even 2-2. For the Bombers, Allison Baughman scored ten points, while Lily Baughman and Calla McCombs each added eight.
Dundee/Bradford 38, Bloomfield 34
Dundee/Bradford won their second game of the season in a narrow win over Bloomfield at Keuka College. For the BraveScots, Kendall Parker scored 14 points, Kailey Yeoman scored ten points, Nikki Peterson scored six points and Hallie Knapp scored four points while hauling in ten rebounds. Lily Baughman led the Bombers with 11 points, while Ashlyn Wright scored eight.
Waterloo 65, Penn Yan 34
Penn Yan lost to Waterloo in a lop-sided loss. For the Indians, Morgan Caraballo scored 17 points and had nine steals, Macy Carr had 16 points, nine steals and seven rebounds and Giavanna White-Principio made 15 points, nine rebounds and five blocks. Sierra Harrison led Penn Yan in points with 12, while Hannah Parsons and Jammie Decker each had six, with Decker racking up 15 rebounds. PY was 1-1 after two games.
Dundee/Bradford 52, HAC 37
The BraveScots soundly defeated HAC, extending their season-opening win streak to three. Kendall Parker scored 16 points for DB, also picking up six rebounds, six steals and three assists. Also for Dundee, Hallie Knapp had 12 points, three rebounds, three blocks and two steals and Jade Roussell had ten points with eight rebounds. It was HAC's first loss of the season, putting them at 3-1.
Marcus Whitman 52, South Seneca 25
Whitman more than doubled Seneca's score on Tuesday night, taking a dominant win and moving to 3-2 this winter. South Seneca remained winless at 0-3.
Dundee/Bradford 62, Midlakes 59
Dundee/Bradford won their second game in a row this season in a 3-point victory over Midlakes. Logan Salvatore led the BraveScots with 29 points, with Nick Slavick bringing in ten. On Midlakes' side, Ricky Wright scored 16 points and Mike DeHond scored 13.
Marcus Whitman 66, Waterloo 54
Whitman beat Waterloo, bringing the Wildcats up to 2-1 this season. Connor Tomion scored 19 points for Whitman, while Nolan Lee had 15 points and Brody Royston scored 13, with three 3-pointers. Nolan Slywka led the Indians with 27 points, including four 3-pointers.
Penn Yan 69, Waterloo 45
The Mustangs were yet to be defeated after a fourth win in a row to start the season. For PY, Griffin Emerson scored 17 points, Oliver Connelly brought in 16, and Tanyon Dunning scored 15. For the Indians, Devin Mulvey-Salerno had 13 points, while Casey Burcroff and Jordan Kraft each scored seven.
HAC 70, Dundee/Bradford 59
The BraveScots took their first loss of the winter, falling to HAC. For HAC, Theo Colosimo had 17 points, eight rebounds and five assists, while teammate Max Yamil-Cabezudo-Brown brought in 13 points, 13 rebounds and four assists. The loss put DB at 2-1.
Marcus Whitman 36, Pal-Mac 34
The Wildcats beat Pal-Mac by a single basket, moving up to 3-1 with the win. For Marcus Whitman, Nolan Lee had 15 points, while Connor Tomion and Brody Royston each added seven to the score. For Pal-Mac, it was Brooks with 11 points, with Kinslow and Knaak each bringing in six.
Waterloo 5, Dundee/Bradford 0
The Indians beat the BraveScots by all five points, with a final pinfall at 2597 to 1687. Waterloo's Chris Hayden had the match's top series (596) and game (244). Teammate Garett Tuuri narrowly trailed Hayden, taking second place in both series (593) and game (230). For Dundee/Bradford, Cameron Burke was the top roller with a 155 game in his 423 series and Brett Watkins was next with a 149 game in his 402 series. The BraveScots were 1-2 after the loss.
Geneva 95, Marcus Whitman 76
Geneva won out over Whitman. The Panthers' Michael Tierney won the 50 free (25.64) and 100 free (56.99). Whitman wins came from Carl Parsons in the 200 free (1:59.79) and 100 breast (1:05.15), Zachary Obuhanych in the 200 IM (2:17.36) and 100 fly (1:00.49) and Brendan Laity in the 500 free (5:25.49).
Marcus Whitman 86, RCSD United 79
Top swimmers for Whitman included Brendan Laity in the 200 free (1:57.78) and 100 free (54.70), Carl Parsons in the 200 IM (2:11.03) and 100 breast (1:05.74), Teague Gallogly for diving (135.35) and the 500 free (7:05.13) and Zachary Obuhanych in the 100 back (1:00.45) and 100 fly (58.05).
Midlakes 42, Marcus Whitman/Penn Yan 29
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