Rob Maeske


Oct. 17 Mynderse 3, Penn Yan 1 Mynderse picked up the win in a competitive game against Penn Yan. The game scores were 25-20, 25-22 and 25-20 for the Devils. Dundee/Bradford 4, Addison 1 The BraveScots took three of four games in a non-league game against Addison. Addison won the first game 25-22, but Dundee/Bradford won the rest by scores of 25-9, 25-14, 25-19.

18 October Dundee/Bradford 3, Hammondsport 0 Dundee/Bradford won all three games against Hammondsport by scores of 25-13, 25-6 and 25-9. The win put DB at 11-5 overall this season.

20 October Penn Yan 3, Dundee/ Bradford 0 Penn Yan defeated Dundee/Bradford in all three games to end the regular season for both teams. The scores for the match were 25-18, 25-20 and almost 28-26 for PY. The win put Penn Yan at 10-7 overall this season and 7-5 in the Finger Lakes West. Dundee/Bradford closed out the regular season with an 11-6 overall record and a 6-6 record in the Finger Lakes West. Dundee/Bradford’s first game of the section will be on October 27 against Wheatland-Chili. Oct. 21 Penn Yan 3, Hammondsport 0 Penn Yan finished its regular season with a three-game sweep against Hammondsport. The scores for the games were 25-14, 2512 and 25-19. Penn Yan’s next game will be their first sectional game where they will face Attica on October 29th.

Football for boys

Sectionals Class B2 Oct. 19 (#2) Penn Yan 1, (#7) Mynderse 0 After PYA’s high placing earned them a bye into the first round of Group B2, Mustang defeated Mynderse in a one-point game to advance to the semi-finals of the tournament. Carson Nagpol scored the game-winning goal with an assist from Landon Berry. Mustang goalie Thomas Barden made 10 saves in the game. PYA succeeded in part on defense, with Roark Castner, Jesse Young and Spencer Enos particularly shining. The Mustangs’ next game will be against No. 3 in Class B2, North Rose-Wolcott on Oct. 26. We will have the result of this match in our next edition.

CORRECTION: Last week, it was wrongly reported that teammates David Reid and Jaden Reid were brothers. They are not related. Class C1 Oct. 19 (#9) Canisteo-Greenwood 2, (#8) Marcus Whitman 0 Whitman ended their sectional run early, falling in the first round to Canisteo-Greenwood. Declan McAnini and Gavin Cobbin scored for CW, with assists from Kevin Siriani and Thomas Siriani. Whitman finished the season with an overall record of 5-11-1. Whitman had seven seniors on the team this year, including Gavin Deadridge, Austin King, Lee Martin, Carson Miller, Nick O’Hara, Jared Paddock and Tyler Tiffany.

Grade C2 Oct 19 (#5) Dundee/Bradford 6, (#12) Perry 0 Dundee/Bradford started the Sectionals with a bang, posting a six-point blast against Perry. Aidan Monell and Miguel Candela each scored twice in the game, with Candela adding an assist. Also for the BraveScots, Alex Goltry had a goal and an assist and Ian Pavlina scored once with an assist from Hayden Eric. The win moved the Scots into the C2 quarterfinals against (#4) Marion. Oct 22 (#4) Marion 3, (#5) Dundee/ Bradford 2 The BraveScots fell to Marion, dropping out of this year’s C2 tournament. Miguel Candela started the scoring in the game, earning the only point of the first half. Candela also scored one in the second half, with goals by Liam Phelps and Marion’s Austin VanDeWale tying the game after two periods. It was a goal by Marion’s Aidan Miller that decided the game in overtime. Dundee/Bradford finished their season with a final record of 126. They lose seven seniors from the team this year, including Gavin Briscoe, Cam Buchanan, Hayden Eric, Ryan McTamney, Dylan Monnell, Keegan Noah and Gabe Stiles. Class D1 (#6) Arkport-Canaseraga 0, (#3) Naples 0 Arkport-Canaseraga wins in sudden victory PKs Naples missed the first round of the D1 tournament, but lost in a PK against Arkport-Canaseraga, knocking them out of Sectionals. The Greens finished the season with a 13-3-1 record and lost seven seniors from their roster, including Adam Bay, Nedelcho Neumann, Cade Rathburn, Jake Stone, Donivan Todd, Logan Voss and Evan Waldis.

Girls soccer

Sectionals Section B2 Oct. 22 (#5) LeRoy 3, (#4) Penn Yan 2 In the B2 quarterfinals, Penn Yan fell to season rival LeRoy in a close one-point loss. LeRoy dominated the first half, scoring one goal after 20 minutes and then two to end the first period. The Mustangs rallied in the second, scoring two runs to pull within, but were unable to equalize their chance to win. Maura Dambra, Kenna McKenzie and Abby Allen were the scorers for Leroy. PY’s comeback attempt was led by Hailey Hassos and Corinne Barden. In the nets, PY goalie Marion Wheeler made five saves while Caitlin Everett made four for Leroy. The loss dropped Penn Yan to a final record of 7-9-1 on the season, finishing 11th in the Finger Lakes. Penn Yan has four seniors graduating this year, including Morgan Andersen, Vanessa Martinez, Riley Meredith and Sienna Pettersen, but the Mustangs still have plenty of weapons in their arsenal for next year with team leader Maihue Miranda-Wiltberger (Sophomore) and Haley Hassos (Jr.), who each have three years of varsity soccer, and 8th grader Makena Mullins, who has shown great potential this season.

C1 Sectional Oct. 18 (#4) Marcus Whitman 2, (#13) East Rochester 0 As expected, the Wildcats entered Sectionals by sweeping the first round of Pool C1 with a 2-0 sweep. East Rochester put up a good fight, holding Whitman to just one-and-a-half points with both going halfway through their respective periods, and Bombers goalie Lily Chambers-Silva made 13 saves, but it wasn’t enough to save the ‘Cats. who have been a force to be reckoned with this season. Lily Morse scored Whitman’s first point on an assist from Reagan Weissinger, while Zoelle Payne scored their second off an assist from Lana Burnett. The win moved the Wildcats into the C1 quarterfinals where they faced (#5) Canisteo-Greenwood. Oct. 21 (#4) Marcus Whitman 2, (#5) Canisteo-Greenwood 1 Whitman earned its second sectional win, defeating Canisteo-Greenwood to advance to the semifinals. The Wildcats controlled the first half with Aurora Woodworth scoring twice with assists from Zoelle Payne and Raegan Weissinger. Canisteo-Greenwood fought back in the second half with a goal from Kylie Williamson, but was unable to score the equalizer, securing the win for Whitman. Wildcats goalie Sophie Snyder and Redskins goalie Brook Bird each made eight saves in the game. With the win, Whitman was set to face the tournament’s No. 1 seed, 25th-ranked Gananda. The results of this game will be printed in our next edition. Section C2 Oct 18 (#12) Cuba-Rushford/ Hinsdale 5, (#9) Dundee/ Bradford 0 The BraveScots dropped out of Sectionals early, holding five points in the first round of the Class C2 tournament. Sofia Riquelme led the Rebels with three hits. Also for CRH, Taylor Searle had a goal and an assist and Chloe Larabee added two assists. Rebels goalkeeper Tara Duvall recorded six saves in the game. With the loss, Dundee/Bradford ended their season with a final record of 8-8-1, finishing in 8th place in the Finger Lakes League. The Scots lose just two seniors to graduation, captains Tricia Edminster and Hayden Morrison, leaving them with several qualified starters and plenty of potential in 2023. Section D1 Oct 22 (#3) Naples 2, (#6) Honeoye 1 After skipping the first round of the D1 bracket, the Big Green won their first sectional game, defeating Honeoye in a close, tight game. Honeoye’s Ashley Thomas scored the first goal of the game, winning the first half for the Bulldogs, but Naples’ Mia Betrus tied the score in the second half, sending the game into overtime, where Betrus scored the winning goal. Penalties really hurt Honeoye, with the Bulldogs booked in each half and goalkeeper Mikalaya Scheele drawing a red card in extra time, giving Naples the win. Scheele made five saves while Naples goalkeeper Grace Hebding had to make 19, showing where some of the game’s frustrations may have come from. The win pits Naples against No. 2 seed Genesee Valley/Belfast. This match will be played tonight and will be reported in next week’s paper.


Oct. 21 Penn Yan/Dundee 48, Cuba-Rushford/Hinsdale 8 In their final regular-season game, Penn Yan/Dundee blew out the Rebels in a 40-point victory, though that type of score is far from uncommon for the 6-1 Mustangs this fall. PYD starting QB Carter Earl went 13/15 on the day, throwing for 128 yards and three TDs. Earl also had four carries, with one trip into the end zone. Ashtian Dunning came in to replace Earl later in the game, with all three of his passes finding a receiver and throwing for one TD. Nick Slavick led the Scots Mustangs in rushing with seven carries for 41 yards and a TD, and Tony Drucker received the ball twice, with one TD. For PYD receivers, Dunning had 6 catches for 66 yards and a TD, while Wyatt Walters and Braden Fingar also found themselves in the end zone for TDs. Hunter Sheehan led the Mustangs defense with 10 tackles. Also for PYD, David Young had seven tackles and Wyatt Walters had two and a pick. Penn Yan/Dundee now heads to Sectionals with their first game scheduled to be against Midlakes on October 28th.

East Rochester/Gananda 2, Marcus Whitman/Bloomfield 0 Whitman/Bloomfield lost their last game of the regular season.

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