High School Sports Roundup

Rob Maeske
PYA’s # 23 Alex Foster pushes up a short jumper against Wayne’s # 30 Paul Ostrowski.
PYA’s # 22 Griffin Emerson splits the Wayne defense of # 0 Devon Forrest and # 30 Paul Ostrowski.

Boys Basketball

Jan. 14

Penn Yan 52, Wayne 51

Penn Yan won a barn-burner against Wayne in overtime, moving up to 6-4 overall after an intense back-and-forth matchup. Wayne had a one-point lead at the end of the first, with PY taking the lead and going into the half a point ahead. Things widened a bit in the third quarter, with Wayne retaking the lead at 38-35, but PY rallied and the final buzzer sounded on a 49 point tie. Wayne's PJ Ostrowski and PY's Oliver Connelly each hit field goals to keep the tie going in OT, but it was the final shot of three free throws after a foul on Penn Yan's Brigham Hansen that locked in the win for the Mustangs. Griffin Emerson led PY in points, sinking 16, with teammates Connelly and Tanyon Dunning each adding 11. For the Eagles, Devon Forrest led with 13 points, while Ostrowski and Shamus Fanning each scored 12. 

PYA’s # 1 Carter Earl launches his shot over the Wayne defenders # 5 Alex Garrow and # 0 Devon Forrest.
PYA’s # 4 Brigham Hansen shoots his third free throw with .01 seconds left on OT to win the game PY 52/Wayne 51.

Jan. 15

Penn Yan 75, World of Inquiry 46

Penn Yan led all the way through their match against WOIS, improving to 7-4 overall for the winter. Leading PY was Griffin Emerson with 21 points, while Oliver Connelly brought in 15 and Tanyon Dunning added 12. For WOIS, Jaedon Adams-Griffin scored 23 points and Umar Richardson had 10. 

Dundee/Bradford 64, Campbell-Savona 61

Dundee/Bradford improved to 8-2 with a 64-61 win over Campbell-Savona. Micheal End led the BraveScots with 22 points and Logan Salvatore had 18 points. For the Panthers, Kade Cochran had scored 28 points with 10 rebounds and Kaden Bolt had 26 points with nine rebounds. After the game, D/B sits second in the Finger Lakes West, trailing close behind HAC. 

Jan. 18

Pal-Mac 66, Penn Yan 33

Pal-Mac doubled Penn Yan's score in a road loss for the Mustangs. After the game, Penn Yan sat 7-5 for the season and 3-4 in the Finger Lakes East. It was a tough game for PY from the beginning, and Pal-Mac's lead widened throughout the match. Top guns for the Raiders were Paul Goodness with 18 points and Ian Goodness with 17, coming in just behind his older brother. Pal-Mac led the FLE with a league record of 6-2.

A scramble under the basket for an offensive rebound with BraveScots' # 21 Hallie Knapp and Whitman’s # 44 Katie Boots banding underneath.
BraveScots' # 21 Hallie Knapp drops in a shot over the top of Whitman’s # 33 Lilly Carrol.

Girls Basketball

Jan. 14

Dundee/Bradford 48, Marcus Whitman 37

The BraveScots defeated the Whitman Wildcats at home, putting Dundee/Bradford at 9-1 overall, while Whitman was 4-5. For D/B, Kailey Yeoman scored 16 points and snagged three steals and Hallie Knapp scored 15 while hauling in nine rebounds. Jade Roussell aided her team with six points and six rebounds. For MW, Natalie Cotroneo led with 15 points, while Olivia Herod added 14 points and five steals. With still no losses within the league, Dundee/Bradford maintained their place atop the Finger Lakes West with a 6-0 record. Whitman was third in the FLW at 5-2.

BraveScots # 2 Kendall Parker and # 25 Mikayla Schoffner bring the ball up court followed by Whitman’s # 13 Natalie Cotroneo.
BraveScots # 21 Hallie Knapp takes a shot from the paint with Whitman’s # 44 Katie Boots throwing in a hand to block her.

Penn Yan 41, Wayne 20

The Mustangs controlled their meeting with the Wayne Eagles, moving up to 7-3 as they rode a six-game win streak. The top shooters for PY were Sierra Harrison with 17 points and Kaley Griffin with 10, while Jammie Decker and Elle Harrison each added five. Decker also pulled in an impressive 16 rebounds. The Eagles' top scorer was Riley Simpson, who netted eight points for Wayne. Wayne was an even 6-6 with the loss.

Jan. 19

Pal-Mac 38, Penn Yan 35

Penn Yan lost a close game at home versus the Red Raiders, breaking the Mustangs' six-game streak and putting them at 7-4. Pal-Mac was 6-4. Marianna Hodgins led the Raiders with15 points, Taryn Goodness scored six and Molly Seither got five. For the Mustangs, Sierra Harrison netted 15 points and Jammie Decker had nine.

Boys Bowling

Jan. 12

Romulus 5, Dundee/Bradford 0

Dundee/Bradford dropped to 2-3 after a loss to Romulus, failing to capture a single round. The final pinfall for the match was 1996 to 1666. Ethan Wolver led Romulus, bowling the match-high game of 187 in his 445 series. Also for Romulus, Alex VanCamp bowled a high game of 156 in his 438 series. The best series of the match was rolled by Dundee/Bradford's Cameron Burke (450), with a high game of 160. 

Jan. 13

Penn Yan 5, Newark 0

The PY boys continued to dominate the Finger Lakes East, securing their fifth sweep in a row with a total pinfall of 3066 to 2286. With a second win against Newark under their belt, Penn Yan has lost just a single point in their division, ceding one game of four in their first meeting with Newark earlier this season and maintaining a 97% win ratio in total games after Thursday's match. Connor Anderson led the Mustangs, bowling games of 181, 199 and a match-high 269 in the match-high series of 649. Behind Anderson were Trenton Samatulski, who bowled a 265 and 216 in his 642 series and Cam Bassage with 641 series, including games of 228, 198 and 215. Newark's best bowler by far was Hayden Tellier, with games of 184, 236 and 191 in his 611 series. The win put Penn Yan at 8-1 for the season, with their only loss to Sodus in a non-league matchup in December. 

Marcus Whitman 5, Bloomfield 0

Whitman won at home versus the Bombers, moving up to 6-5 with a final pinfall of 2706 to 1923. Whitman's Ely Mangiarelli owned the match, bowling the match-high game of 237 in the match-high series of 632. Mangiarelli also bowled games of 180 and 215. Also for the Wildcats, Austin King finished with a 588 series (203, 192, 193) and Tim Phillips bowled games of 197 and 201 in his 537 series. The top roller for Bloomfield was Garett Lester with a 179 game in his 485 series.

Jan. 19

Bloomfield 5, Dundee/Bradford 0

The Bombers took the win at home against the BraveScots, dropping Dundee/Bradford to 2-4. Bloomfield's Holden Lester had the match's top game at 164 and top series at 456. Also for Bloomfield, Garett Lester bowled a 151 in his 392 series. For the BraveScots, Joe Nowicki bowled a high of 142 in his 389 series. 

Girls Bowling

Jan. 12

Dundee/Bradford 5, Romulus 0

Facing just a three-person team from Romulus, the BraveScots went into autopilot, taking a 5-0 sweep with a total pinfall of 1942 to 1014. The match was D/B's fourth win without a loss and saw the BraveScots continue to sit at the top of their division in a season that has been limited due to COVID-based ineligibilities that have plagued the Finger Lakes West. Top bowler of the night went to Dundee/Bradford's Jaedyn Brewer with the match-high game of 175 in the match-high series of 477. Romulus' Gi Gi Consolie had the match's second-highest series of 434 with a high game of 167. 

Jan. 13

Newark 5, Penn Yan 0

The Mustangs lost to league-leading Newark, moving to 5-4 this winter. Total pinfall for the match was 2938 to 2372. Coming as no surprise, Newark's Natalie Kent took both the match's high series (714) and high game, falling just shy of a perfect game with a 290. Kent also had the second-highest game of the match with a 250. Also for Newark, Rebecca Spry had games of 223 and 244 in her 645 series. Top bowlers for Penn Yan were Andy Kniffin, who bowled games of 225 and 212 in her 595 series and Anella Tillman who hit a 201 game in her 533 series. 

Marcus Whitman 5, Bloomfield 0

With a win against Bloomfield that put the Wildcats' record at 10-1, Marcus Whitman maintained their second-place spot in the highly competitive Finger Lakes East, sitting only behind the dominating force that is Newark. Whitman's Mikayla Baker had the match-high series of 630, which included the match-high game of 224. Baker also had games of 193 and 213. Also for Whitman, Makayla Armison bowled a 215 in her 569 series and Kendall Davis got a 210 in a 564 series. For the Bombers, Lydia Tutty bowled a team-high game of 203 and series of 530.

Jan. 19

Dundee/Bradford 5, Bloomfield 0

It was five in a row for the BraveScots with no losses on the season after a win in Bloomfield. Leading the night was Dundee/Bradford's Cassie Morrissette with a match-high series of 501, including the match-high game of 184. Top roller for the Bombers was Lydia Tutty, who got a high game of 160 in her 427 series. 

Indoor Track & Field

Jan. 14 Wayne-Finger Lakes League at RIT

Girls Block B

Dundee/Bradford did the best in the Triple Jump, with Lily Hall taking third (30-09.5) and Madison Hughes taking fifth (30-03.5). Adelyn Tham came in sixth in the 300 Dash (50.33) and rounded out the top 10 in the 55 Dash (8.45).

Girls Block C

Marcus Whitman's Lana Burnett won the Triple Jump and took fourth in the 55 Dash (8.10), while Taylor Bond came in second in the 1000 Run (3:36.34) and fourth in the 300 Dash (49.10), with teammate Olivia Hill rounding out fifth in the 1000 Run (3:53.42). Hill also came in sixth in the 3000 Run (13:24.87).

Boys Block B

Dundee/Bradford had top 10s from Camden Buchanan (7th - 55 Dash, 10th - 300 Dash), Michele Van Cleef (8th - 300 Dash), Michael Freibus (10th - 600 Run) and Ayden Flynn (10th - Shot Put).

Boys Block C

Whitman had winners in Dawsen Christensen, who won the 300 Dash (38.70) and Triple Jump (40-01), Tim Hansen, who took the 1000 Run (2:52.29) and Austin Mangiarelli, who won the Shot Put (37-02.75). Mangiarelli also took fourth in the Weight Throw (35-00.5). Whitman finished strong in the 3200 Run, with Brendan Thompson taking second (11:17.08) and Fletcher Dickmann taking third (11:35.97). Quintin Dimitry took fourth in the High Jump (4-09).

PYA’s Reed Bouchard wrestling in the 285-weight class. Loss by pin.


Jan. 11

Dundee/Bradford 48, Red Creek 30

Dundee/Bradford took matches with Caden Hill (152 lbs.) by pin over Bradley Lewis (0:45), Shawn LaBar (189 lbs.) by pin over Drew Butterfield (1:01) and Travis Bailey (285 lbs.) by pin over Ethan Thibault (1:16).

Jan. 14-15, 47th Robert Bradshaw Tournament at Canandaigua

Team Scores

Tioga-Section IV 314, Pittsford 207, Victor 144, Hilton 127, Chenango Forks-IV 126, Horseheads-IV 107, Fairport 105, Jordan-Elbridge-III 105, Webster Schroeder 103, Webster Thomas 90, Lancaster-VI 85, Palmyra-Macedon 77, Penfield 72, Midlakes 69, Ithaca-IV 66.5, Newark 44.5, South Seneca 37, Marcus Whitman/Penn Yan 35, Canandaigua 33, Brighton 32, Odessa-Montour/Watkins Glen-IV 31, Red Jacket 17, Irondequoit 8.

Jan. 18

North Rose-Wolcott 36, Marcus Whitman/Penn Yan 27

The Wildcats had wins with Ty Conover (102 lbs.) over Layton McDonald by pin (1:11), Jacob Eaves (110 lbs.) over Sam Bylor by pin (3:28) and David Young (160 lbs.) by 4-3 decision over Ethan Carmer.

PYMW’s Ty Conover wrestling in the 102-weight class. Win by pin.
PYMW’s Jacob Eaves wrestling in the 110-weight class. Win by pin.
PYMW’s Avery Castner wrestling in the 145-weight class. Loss by pin.
PYMW’s Alec Benson wrestling in the 189-weight class. Loss by points.
PYMW’s Nicholas Murphy wrestling in the 215-weight class. Loss by pin.
It was senior night for the wrestling team. Senior Avery Castner with family.
At Senior Night for the wrestling team, Senior Mason Petersen with family.

Jan. 19

Dundee/Bradford 42, Addison 27

The BraveScots took wins with Connor Erick (145 lbs.) over Aiden Johnston by pin (0:11), Caden Hill (152 lbs.) over Zach Jones by pin (5:07), Hayden Erick (160 lbs.) over David Putnam by pin (2:19) and Kaden LaBar (215 lbs.) over Collin Brown by pin (2:11).