SPORTS RECAP: Week of 5-24-23

May 23, 2023 at 10:07 pm by Observer-Review

Penn Yan
Girls Lacrosse
The Penn Yan girls lacrosse team will open their sectional run with a game against Gananda-Marion, Wednesday, May 24.
The team ended the regular season with one loss and one win last week.
Penn Yan won against Pal-Mac, Wednesday, May 17. The final score was 8-5. Corinne Barden posted three goals and one assist. Bailey Cooper scored two goals and added an assist. Marion Wheeler made four saves in the goal.
The girls fell to Penfield, 13-8, Monday, May 15. Cooper scored four goals in the game.  Taylor Mullins had two goals and two assists. Wheeler recorded four saves.

Boys Lacrosse
The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team will face Bloomfield-Honeoye in a sectional competition on Wednesday, May 24.
The boys ended the regular season with three wins last week.
On Saturday, May 20, they defeated Williamsville North, 13-2. Braden Fingar recorded five goals and two assists. Bryant VanHousen and Teagan Fingar each scored two goals and contributed one assist.  Caden Dixon also had two goals. Will Thompson made seven saves in the goal.
The team won over Livonia-Avon, 14-2, Thursday, May 18. Braden Fingar had three goals and one assist.  Carter Earl also scored three goals. VanHousen, Frank Ochoa and John Holly each had two. Thompson made three saves.
The Mustangs won over Clarence, 6-0, Tuesday, May 16.  Teagan Fingar and Earl each recorded one goal and two assists. Caden Dixon scored two goals. Thompson posted three saves in the goal.

The Penn Yan boys varsity baseball team opened sectionals with a home game against Dansville, Monday, May 22. Results were available after press time for this edition.
The team lost to Wayne, Wednesday, May 17. The final score was 11-1. Liam Chapman had six strikeouts on the mound. Reed Bouchard was 2-for-3 at the plate with a double and an RBI. Mike Layton was 2-for-2 and Brady Bouchard was 1-for-3 with a run scored.
The boys won against Mynderse, 6-1, Tuesday, May 16. Brady Bouchard threw a complete game with 19 strikeouts. Chapman was 1-for-2 with two runs scored at the plate. Brady and Reed Bouchard both were 1-for-3 with a run scored. Gio D'Amico was 1-for-2 and Gavin Weston was 1-for-1 with an RBI.
Palmyra-Macedon defeated the Mustangs, 12-2, Monday, May 15. Senior pitcher Brady Emerson recorded 12 strikeouts in the game. Brady Bouchard was 1-for-3 with a home run and two RBIs. Owen Bishop, Layton and Riley Griffiths were 1-for-3.

The Penn Yan softball team opens their sectional run in Class B2 with a game against Attica at
Finger Lakes Community College, Monday, May 22. Results were available after press time for this edition.
The girls won against Wayne, 3-2, Wednesday, May 17. Giana Ficcaglia had 11 strikeouts on the mound. Abby Fischer was 2-for-3 at the plate, as was Hailey Trank with a triple and double.
The team also defeated Mynderse, 5-1, Tuesday, May 16. Ficcaglia recorded 10 strikeouts, including her 500th career milestone. Leah Prather was 4-for-4 with a double batting for Penn Yan. Trank was 3-for-4 on the day.
The Mustangs began the week with a win over Palmyra-Macedon. The final score was 11-0. Ficcaglia struck out 15 and had two triples batting for the Mustangs. Going 3-for-4 were Maddie Breuer, Prather and Trank.

Track and Field
The Penn Yan track and field team competed at the Wayne-Finger Lakes Championship in Geneva, Friday, May 19. The boys were fifth overall and the girls were 11th. Top finishers included:
James Tette (first-1,600 meter run, 4:36.45; first-3,200 meter run, 9:51.27; first-3,000 meter steeplechase, 10:01.71), Anthony Sciallo (first-discus, 130' 10"; fourth-shot put), Cynthia Kriegar (first-shot put, 32' 1"), the boys 4x800 relay, third, Jenna Reynolds (fourth-3,000 meter run) and the girls 4x800 relay, fifth.

Boys Tennis
The Penn Yan tennis team finished the regular season with a win over Pal-Mac, 4-1, Tuesday, May 16. Winners included: Kyle Wheeler, Joe Droney, Carson Nagpaul-Thomas Barden and Nathaniel Chaffee-David Reid.
The Mustangs also won over Marcus Whitman, 5-0, Monday, May 15. Winners were Wheeler, Barden, Chaffee, Nagpaul-Joe Droney and Collin Reagan-Reid.

Track and Field
The Dundee-Bradford track and field team competed at the Wayne-Finger Lakes Championship at Geneva, Friday, May 19. The girls were 10th overall and the boys were 12th. Top finishers included:
Lily Hall (first-triple jump, 34' 6.5"), Logan Buchanan (first-high jump, 6' 2"), Kendall Parker (third-100 meter dash), Hayden Erick (fourth-triple jump), Camden Buchanan (fifth-shot put), Camden Rosemier (fifth-pentathlon) and the boys 4x100 meter relay team, fifth.
Dundee is hosting the upcoming sectional meet on the school track, Friday, May 26 at 5 p.m.

The Dundee-Bradford baseball team opened sectionals with a game against York, Sunday, May 21. The final score was 2-0, York.
The boys won against HAC, 10-7, Thursday, May 18. Jeremy Stiles threw four and two-third innings with four strikeouts. Gabe Stiles pitched two and one-third innings with three strikeouts. The BraveScots had seven hits on the night. Ian Gleason had two, while Eli Raplee, Nathan Kiskaden, Gabe Stiles, Aiden Monell and Chris Clancey all recorded singles.  
The team fell to Avoca-Prattsburgh, 12-3, Wednesday, May 17. The BraveScots defeated the Hammondsport Lakers, 8-7, Monday, May 15.

The Dundee-Bradford varsity softball team opened the Section V Class C2 tournament with a win over Clyde-Savannah, 17-0. Addie Kendall allowed zero runs and struck out 12 batters pitching in the game. The BraveScots secured 11 runs in the first inning. Mikayla Schoffner was 3-for-3 at the plate. Maddie Knapp stole three bases.
Earlier in the week, the BraveScots won against Avoca-Prattsburgh, 4-3, and fell to Bloomfield, 4-3. Against Avoca-Prattsburgh, Kendall recorded six strikeouts. Mykenzie Clancey was 2-for-3 at the plate. In the Bloomfield game, Schoffner, Kailey Yeoman, Kendall, Korrin Yeoman and Madison Sutryk all had one hit.

The Hammondsport baseball team opened their post-season play with a win over Andover/Whitesville, 13-6, Saturday, May 20. The team will now advance to play top-seeded Northstar Christian in the quarterfinals.
The team also defeated South Seneca/Romulus, 3-2, Wednesday, May 17. The Lakers fell to Dundee-Bradford's BraveScots, 8-7, Monday, May 15.

Hammondsport will open sectional play with a game against Northstar Christian, Tuesday, May 23 at Livonia.
Last week, the team lost to South Seneca/Romulus, 21-8, Wednesday, May 17 and Alfred-Almond, 20-0, Monday, May 15.

Track and Field
The Hammondsport track and field team competed at the Steuben County Championships, Thursday, May 18. The boys were fourth overall and the girls were sixth. Top finishers included:
Luke Szathmary (first-100 meter dash, 11.32; first-200 meter dash, 22.91), Lucas Lampman (first-400 meter hurdles, 1:01.13; second-110 meter hurdles), the boys 4x400 relay, first-3:44.28, Emmy O'Neill (second-2,000 meter steeplechase; fourth-3,000 meter run), Loretta Oliver (second-400 meter hurdles; fourth-100 meter hurdles), Tristan Davis (third-3,200 meter run), the boys 4x100, third, Thomas Bendick (third-long jump), Alexis Hurd (fourth-shot put; fourth-discus), the girls 4x100 relay, fourth and the girls 4x400 relay, fifth.

Watkins Glen
Track and Field
The Watkins Glen track and field team competed in the IAC Championships at Dryden, Wednesday, May 17 and Thursday, May 18. Top finishers included:
Rachel Vickio (second-discus), Natalee Oliver (fourth-800 meter run), Johnny VanScoyk (sixth-1,600 meter run) Kyren Young (ninth-100 meter dash), Ross Pentz (ninth-shot put) and Maddie Tuttle (10th-3,000 meter run).

The Watkins Glen lacrosse team fell to Honeyoe-Bloomfield, 20-1, Thursday, May 18. The Watkins Glen goal was scored by Nick Ritter.

Track and Field
The Odessa-Montour track and field team competed in the IAC Championships at Dryden, Wednesday, May 17 and Thursday, May 18. The girls were first overall. Top finishers included: Victoria Brewster (first-100 meter dash, 12.54; first-200 meter dash, 26.64; second-long jump), Hannah Nolan (second-100 meter hurdles; second-400 hurdles), the girls 4x100 relay team (fourth), David Patterson (third-long jump; fifth-triple jump), Lucas Barr (fourth-steeplechase) and Ben Campbell (fourth-3,200 meter run).
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