SPORTS ROUNDUP: Peterson named 'Most Outstanding Wrestler'

Rob Maeske
At the Jan. 21 Finger Lakes League Championships at Waterloo,  Marcus Whitman/Penn Yan's Jacob Eaves (102 lbs.) and Mason Peterson (285 lbs.) were each named champions in their respective wright class. Peterson was also awarded "Most Outstanding Wrestler" of the tournament.

Wrestling

Jan. 21 Finger Lakes League Championships at Waterloo

Team scores

Palmyra-Macedon 214, South Seneca 147, Midlakes 139.5, North Rose-Wolcott 133.5, Wayne 125.5, Waterloo 121, Williamson 116, Newark 96, East Rochester 90, Marcus Whitman/Penn Yan 85, Dundee 81, Geneva 72, Red Jacket 50.5, Bloomfield 28.5, Red Creek 28, Mynderse 27.  

From Marcus Whitman/Penn Yan, Jacob Eaves (102 lbs.) and Mason Peterson (285 lbs.) were each named champions in their respective wright class. Peterson was also awarded Most Outstanding Wrestler of the tournament. 

At the Dundee/Bradford BraveScots varsity boys basketball game against HAC Jan. 25, BraveScots # 5 Camden Rosemier dribbles along the court edge.

Boys Basketball

Jan. 20

Waterloo 51, Marcus Whitman 44

Whitman lost out to Waterloo, dropping to 5-7. Devin Mulvey-Salerno led the Indians with 21 points, with teammate Jordan Kraft adding 13. On Whitman's side, Myles Prendergast scored 14 points and Grant Kestler scored 11. 

Jan. 21

Mynderse 57, Penn Yan 41

The Mustangs lost at Mynderse, falling to 7-6. The Blue Devils took an early lead in the first period and kept Penn Yan behind them the whole way. The Devils were led by Troy Kabat, who scored 16 points on the night, with Jaydan Ryrko and Will Korzeniewski each scoring 12. Penn Yan's top scorer was Griffin Emerson with 17 points. 

Jan. 22

Bloomfield 54, Dundee/Bradford 46

Meeting at Finger Lakes Community College, the Bombers beat the BraveScots, raising Bloomfield to 5-4 as they rode their current win streak to five after a four-game losing run to start the season. Dundee/Bradford sat at 8-3 after the game, with the loss ending a three-game win streak of their own. Top guns for the Bombers were Cooper Wille with 17 points, Isaac McClelland with 15 points and Cameron Smith with 10. No report was available for Dundee/Bradford. 

Jan. 25

Dundee/Bradford 80, HAC 64

BraveScots # 0 Logan Salvatore leaps at the basket just short of a dunk.

Dundee/Bradford grabbed a win at home, outshooting HAC through three of four quarters. Though HAC rallied in the fourth, outscoring the BraveScots 28-19, it wasn't enough to overcome the lead the Scots had built up by the final buzzer. Nick Slavick led D/B with 19 points, while Logan Salvatore scored 17 and Camden Rosemier scored 15. Regarding the battle for the top spot in the Finger Lakes West, the win put the BraveScots at 7-2 in the league (9-3 overall), with a loss putting HAC at 7-3 in the FLW.

BraveScots # 21 Nick Slavick drives to the basket for a lay-up but get fouled by the Wolves # 11.
BraveScots # 0 Logan Salvatore dribbles up court around the HAC defenders.
BraveScots # 5 Camden Rosemier releases a shot.

Jan. 26

Geneva 42, Marcus Whitman 37

After a tough fight, the Panthers handed Whitman their fourth loss in a row, dropping the Wildcats' record to 5-8 for the season. For Geneva, Brian Whitley scored 13 points, while grabbing six rebounds and two blocks, while Manny Townsend added 11 points. Connor Tomion led Whitman with 15 points with Nolan Lee scoring 13.

Girls Basketball

Jan. 20

Dundee/Bradford 41, Bloomfield 37

Dundee/Bradford defeated Bloomfield in a four-point differential that tied for the BraveScots' closest game of the season; another four-point win over Bloomfield back in the second game of Dundee's season. Hallie Knapp led Dundee/Bradford with 11 points and 12 rebounds. Also for the BraveScots, Kailey Yeoman scored nine points and five steals and Mikayla Schoffner had six points, four assists and six rebounds. For the Bombers, Lily Baughman stood head and shoulders above her teammates, dropping 24 points through the net.

Marcus Whitman 33, Red Jacket 18

The Wildcats moved up to 6-5 with a win over Red Jacket. Olivia Herod paced Whitman with 10 points, three assists, three steals and five rebounds. Also for MW, Natalie Cotroneo scored nine points with three steals, Katie Bootes scored six points with 4 steals and Lily Carroll scored six points with three steals and 15 rebounds. Red Jacket was 2-9 with the loss.

Jan. 21

Penn Yan 44, Mynderse 22

The Mustangs doubled up the Devils' score, moving up to 8-4 on the season and handing the 7-3 Mynderse just their third loss of the winter. Sierra Harrison led the Mustangs with 15 points, while Jammie Decker scored 11 points and grabbed 13 rebounds. Penn Yan sat neck-and-neck with several teams in the middle of the Finger Lakes East division, while a dominant Waterloo remained at the top of the league with an 8-0 record in the FLE. 

Jan. 22

Bloomfield 55, Marcus Whitman 27

Bloomfield won a lop-sided victory over Whitman, dropping MW's record to an even 6-6. Sophie Kachmaryk and Ashlyn Wright each scored 14 points for Bloomfield, with Calla McCombs scoring 12. No report was available for Whitman.

Jan. 26

Dundee/Bradford 48, HAC 24

Showing no signs of budging from the top of the Finger Lakes West, D/B doubled HAC's score on Wednesday, moving the BraveScots to 11-1 overall. The Scots' Hallie Knapp led her team with 15 points and owned the boards with 17 rebounds. Also from Dundee/Bradford, Kendall Parker scored nine points and grabbed five steals, while Kailey Yeoman and Mikayla Schoffner each scored eight points with Schoffner hauling in 12 rebounds. At 10-2, HAC remained D/B's closest competition in the FLW.

Boys Bowling

Penn Yan's Colin Johnson recently posted a perfect 300 game. The 300 was the second from the Mustang boys bowling squad, following a perfect game bowled by Cameron Bassage just a few days before Johnson's.

Jan. 20

Waterloo 5, Dundee/Bradford 0

The BraveScots took their third loss in a row, dropping to 2-5 against Waterloo. Final pinfall for the match was 2574 to 1610. For the Indians, Chris Hayden took the match-high series of 522 with a high game of 184, while Garett Tuuri had the match-high game of 199 in his 509 series. For Dundee/Bradford, Joe Nowicki had the BraveScots' high series of 408 along with the team's high game of 152. 

Jan. 25

Penn Yan 5, Bloomfield 0

The Mustangs swept their sixth match in a row, moving up to 9-1 this season with a win against the Bombers. Final pinfall for the night came to 2682 to 1785. Cameron Bassage led the Mustangs with games of 198, 201 and the match-high 206 to take the match-high series of 605. Also for PY, Trenton Samatulski bowled games of 182 and 201 in his 561 series, Dutcher Samatulski also bowled a 201 game, Logan Miller bowled a high game of 199 and Colin Johnson got a 190. Bloomfield's efforts were led by Ethan Briggs with a 428 series and Holden Lester with a 164 game. 

Jan. 26

Penn Yan 5, Wayne 0

Penn Yan remains nearly untouchable in the Finger Lakes East after beating Wayne for the Mustangs' seventh-straight sweep. With a final pinfall of 2821 to 2399, Penn Yan is now 10-1 in the winter season. The high series of the night was scored by Cam Bassage with a 608, including games of 194 and the match-high 236, while Trenton Samatulski came in right behind, rolling a 607 series with high games of 209 and 233. Also for PY, Connor Anderson bowled a 205 game. The Eagles' high series came from James Steffen (547), including the team's high game of 203.

Girls Bowling

Jan. 20

Waterloo 5, Dundee/Bradford 0

Dundee/Bradford took their first loss of the season in a match versus Waterloo, with the night's final pinfall coming to 2187 to 1934. Waterloo's Sabrina Palmer blazed the way for the Indians' win, bowling the match-high series of 595, including games of 206 and the match-high of 229. Jaedyn Brewer had the BraveScots' high series of 454, with teammate Cassie Morrissette finishing close with a 447 series. With the loss, Dundee/Bradford was 5-1 in the Finger Lakes West. 

Jan. 25

Penn Yan 5, Bloomfield 0

The Lady Mustangs came out on top over Bloomfield, winning with a pinfall of 2645 to 2125. PY's Andy Kniffin was a force to be reckoned with, securing the high game and series of the night with an impressive run of 234, 227 and 234 for a 695 series. Anella Tillman also had a great night for the Mustangs, bowling games of 206 and 227 in her 613 series. Lydia Tutty led Bloomfield's efforts with the team's high game of 207 and high series of 557.

Jan. 26

Penn Yan 3, Wayne 2

Penn Yan came out the victor after a tough matchup against the Eagles that featured solid bowling from both teams. The match's final pinfall came to a close 2397 to 2354. Wayne's Mackenzie Thomas had the match-high game of 249 and match-high series of 587, while Andy Kniffin had Penn Yan's high series of 585, which included the team-high game of 235. Also for Penn Yan, Anella Tillman had a 556 series, including games of 202 and 190, while for the Eagles, Leah Burke bowled a 487 series with a high game of 182. The win saw PY's record move up to 7-4 overall, with the Mustangs sitting third in the Finger Lakes East. 

Indoor Track & Field

Jan. 21 Wayne-Finger Lakes League at RIT

Girls, Block B/C

Marcus Whitman's Lana Burnett won the Long Jump (15-02.5) and came in fourth in the 55 Dash (8:00). Other Top 10 placements for Whitman came from Taylor Bond, who took second in the 1500 Run (5:42.23), Carrie Hansen, who took sixth in the 600 Run (2:26.09) and MacKenna Staley with a ninth place in the 1000 Run (4:33.63). 

Boys, Block B/C

Marcus Whitman's Austin Mangiarelli won the Shot Put (36-11.5) and took sixth in the Weight Throw (35-09). Top 10 spots for Whitman included Dawsen Christensen, who took second (38.78) in the 300 Dash and third in the Long Jump (19-01.5) and Sam Virkler (ninth - 43.47) in the 300 Dash, Tim Hansen (second - 4:51.73) in the 1600 Run, Quintin Dimitry (sixth - 4-09) in the High Jump and Connor Rinas (ninth - 30.03.25) in the Shot Put and (fifth - 35-09.5) in the Weight Throw.