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Week in Review: High School Sports

January 17-23

Marion

Boys Basketball
The Marion boys basketball team went 0-2 last week, falling to Clyde-Savannah and Williamson.
Zak Beltrone scored 18 points to lead the team against Clyde-Savannah. C.J. Mason had 15 points and Ethan Ramsey added 12 as the trio combined to hit 11 3-point field goals.
Beltrone paced Marion with 11 points in the loss to Williamson.

Indoor Track
Mackenzie Sturtz placed first in the girls high jump and seventh in the girls triple jump in a meet at RIT. Ian Gillens won the boys shot put, Emily Higgins finished fourth in the girls high jump, Logan Salamone came in seventh in the girls long jump and Kourtney Baker placed fifth in the girls shot put.

Wrestling
The Marion wrestling team finished 15 of 16 teams at the Jack Fisher Newark Invitational Tournament.
Jimmie Mousso (126) placed fourth individually to lead the team.

Lyons

Boys Basketball
The Lyons boys basketball team finished the week 2-0 with wins over Williamson and Greece Odyssey.
Tre Johnson collected 10 points and 12 rebounds to lead the team against Williamson, followed by Derick Fera with 11.
Against Greece Odyssey, Fera scored 17 points to lead the Lions. Mareese Wells added 16 points and Devan Veeder had 14, including four 3-pointers.
Lyons entered the contest ranked No. 11 in the state in Class C in the most recent poll.

Girls Basketball
The Lions finishes the week 1-1 in girls basketball, falling to Gananda and defeating Clyde-Savannah.
Ja'Teria Wells scored 11 points to lead the team in the loss to Gananda.
Against Clyde-Savannah, Taylor DiSanto led the team with 11 points. Lexi Buckley, Ryenn Smith and Wells each finished with 10 points.

Indoor Track
Tyre Smith finished third in the boys 300 meter dash and fifth in the boys 55 meter dash in a meet at RIT. Brad Overacre came in sixth in the boys long jump.

Wrestling
The Lyons wrestling team participated in the 33rd annual Ciaburri-VanGorden Wrestling Invitational hosted by Pal-Mac and placed 13 of 20 teams.
Dakota Romeiser (160) and Taylor Wishoff (182) each finished fourth overall to lead the team.

Pal-Mac

Boys Basketball
The Red Raiders went 1-1 in boys basketball last week with a win over Marcus Whitman and a loss to Wayne.
Sean Nolan led the team with 15 points, three rebounds, two assists and two steals against Marcus Whimtan. Cody Argus added eight points, seven rebounds and two assists.
Derek Wager paced Pal-Mac with 20 points in the loss to Wayne. Argus added 15.

Girls Basketball
The Pal-Mac girls basketball team went 2-0 last week, earning wins over Marcus Whitman and Wayne.
Ashley Vanderwall had 14 points to lead the team against Marcus Whitman. Brittany Szachta added 13 points and 10 rebounds, including 11-14 from the free throw line.
Vanderwall scored 21 points and added five steals to lead the Red Raiders over Wayne. Szachta had 17 points, 10 rebounds and five steals and Courtney Ameele added 16 points.

Indoor Track
Seth Bailey won the boys 55 meter dash, the boys 300 meter dash and placed second in the boys high jump in a meet at RIT. Allison Phillips finished first in the 55 meter dash, Brian Ho came in second in the boys long jump and seventh in the boys triple jump, Josh Nagle placed third in the boys long jump, Valerie VanHoesen came in second in the girls 55 meter hurdles, Rachel Rowles placed sixth in the girls 1500 meter run, Mikala Miller finished seventh in the girls shot put and Cody Martini came in seventh in the boys 1600 meter run. The team also won the girls 4x400 meter relay, placed third in the boys 4x800 meter relay and placed fourth in the boys 4x400 meter relay.

Boys Swimming and Diving
On “Senior Night, the Pal-Mac swimming and diving team defeated Gananda in the their final meet of the regular season.
Seniors Clem York (100 breaststroke, 200 freestyle) and Jon Krest (50 freestyle, 100 freestyle) were double event winners for Pal-Mac. Classmate Quinton Jones placed first in the 100 backstroke, sophomore Gage Geldorf added a first place finish in the 500 freestyle and Bradely Green (50 freestyle), Aaron Rath (100 freestyle) and Tanner Curtis (200 IM) posted sectional qualifying times.
The Red Raiders ( 9-2, 3-1) finished in a tie with Geneva and Newark for a share of the Finger Lakes/Wayne County Division I league title.

Wrestling
The Pal-Mac wrestling team hosted the 33rd annual Ciaburri-VanGorden Wrestling Invitational over the past week, finishing second of 20 teams.
Dylan Rifenberg (126 pounds, fall 5:52), Taylor Jones (132, decision 6-5) and Cody Bourgeois (170, fall 1:50) all brought home first place finishes. Max Lloyd (138) placed second, Dustin Jones (145) and Andy Paro (220) each finished third and Alec Ludolph (113) and Cody Rogers (152) each finished fourth.

Gananda

Boys Basketball
The boys basketbal team dropped a pair of games last week, falling to East Rochester and North Rose-Wolcott.
Eric Mucci led the squad with 13 points, including three 3-pointers, against East Rochester.
Against North Rose-Wolcott, Kolby Bean paced the Blue Panthers with 11 points, followed by Ian Palmer with 10.

Girls Basketball
The Gananda girls basketball team defeated Lyons in the team's only game of the past week.
Devin Vogt led the team with 17 points, followed by Tiffany Gregoire with 13 and Darci MacFall with 11.
The win gives the Blue Panthers a season split with the Lions.

Boys Swimming and Diving
The Blue Panthers wrapped up their regulars season with a pair of meets last week, falling to Pal-Mac and York.
Zak Westfall (200 IM), Chance Edmonds (diving) and Tristan Stoner (100 butterfly) were single event winners in the loss to Pal-Mac.
Against York, Westfall placed first in the 500 freestyle and 200 IM, Evan Sixbey placed first in the 200 freestyle and the team won the 400 freestyle relay.
Gananda (7-3, 4-0) finished undefeated in Finger Lakes/Wayne Division II to take the league title.

Newark

Boys Basketball
Newark finished the week 1-0 in boys basketball, earning a win over Penn Yan.
Josh Williams led the Reds with 19 points, while David Stone added 18 points and Jaymee Rosser finished with 10.

Girls Basketball
The girls basketball team defeated Penn Yan in their only game of the week, improving to 11-0 on the season.
Brynn Lauer flirted with a triple-double as she finished with 17 points, 10 assists and seven rebounds. Brandi Lauer had 11 points and Sabrina Macaulay added nine points and 12 rebounds.
Taylor Travis recored 12 points to lead Penn Yan (2-8).
Newark is ranked No. 3 in the state in Class B in the most recent poll.

Indoor Track
Jeremy Hassett won the boys 1600 meter run  and Kendra Bush won the girls shot put in a meet at RIT.

Boys Swimming and Diving
The Newark boys swimming and diving team went 2-0 over the past week, giving the Reds a share of the Finger Lakes/Wayne County Division I Title.
The team  won nine of 12 events to cruise to victory over Marcus Whitman. Marty Rodrick placed first in the 100 butterfly and 200 IM, while Kyle Power (50 freestyle), Jack Diamond (diving), Tim Knapp (100 freestyle) and Connor Casselman (500 freestyle) were single event winners. Newark also won all three relay races.
Cody Devlin placed first in the 100 freestyle and 200 freestyle to lead Newark over Midlakes. Knapp (50 freestyle), Diamond (diving), Joel Wildrick (100 butterfly) and Jeffery Garrett (100 backstroke) were single event winners, while the team again won all three relay events.

Wrestling
Newark defeated Canandaigua, 36-30, over the past week and also placed second at the Jack Fisher Newark Invitational.
Sean Biery (120 pounds, pin 1:47), Austin Miller (138, decision 5-3), Marcus Currington (160, decision 3-2), Derek Parkinson (170, decision 3-1), Joseph Gorsuch (182, decision 5-3) and Cody Cornelius (285, pin 2:50) all earned individual wins against Canandaigua.
At the Jack Fisher Tournament, Biery (120, major decision 12-2), Nolan Avery (132, decision 5-3) and Gorsuch (182, fall 4:36) each finished first individually. Miller (138) and Matt Blair placed second, while Dylan Harmon (99) and Cornelius (285) earned third place finishes.