Cortland County High School Sports Recaps (August 31st)

(Original background photo via Unsplash).

Here are some local high school varsity sports recaps from Wednesday’s events:

Varsity Volleyball: Homer vs. Phoenix

Team 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Homer 25 27 25 3
Phoenix 15 25 20 0

The Homer Lady Trojans started their season off with a 1-0 record after defeating Phoenix on the road in three sets. 

Homer was led by Madison Wethje (24 assists, 2 aces, 1 kill & 4 digs), Mallory Douglass (16 gids, 4 kills & 3 aces), and Lilly Sorenson (12 kills & 11 digs). 

Phoenix was led by Alaynna Dashnaw (15 kills, 15 digs & 2 kills) and Miley Esposito (9 kills & 11 digs). 

Homer’s next game will be at home against LaFayette on Friday (September 2nd) at 5:30pm. 

Varsity Boys Golf: Homer vs. Phoenix

The Homer Trojans won against Phoenix with a team score of 206-271. (Reminder: Lowest score in golf wins). 

Here are the individual scores of each team: 

Homer

  • Mitch Riter - 34
  • Lukas Quinn - 38
  • Mike Stiles - 42
  • Cooper Swartz - 46
  • Dan Stiles - 46

Phoenix

  • Cameron Dryer - 48
  • Cody Perry - 53
  • Blake Hoyt - 56
  • Colin Boyzuck - 56
  • Jack Hayes -58

Varsity Boys Golf: Cortland vs. Jamesville-Dewitt & Syracuse

The Cortland Purple Tigers competed against Jamesville-Dewitt & Syracuse in two separate nine-hole matches. 

Cortland lost to Jamesville-Dewitt with a score of 177-217, and won against Syracuse with a score of  220-235. (Reminder: Lowest score in golf wins). 

Here are the individual scores for each match:

Cortland vs. Jamesville-Dewitt

Cortland

  • Andrew Partigianoni - 34
  • Carter Baum - 39
  • Finn Thomas - 43
  • Ben McGrath - 50
  • Liam Woodard - 51

Jamesville-Dewitt

  • Jackson Saroney - 33
  • Mitchell Archer - 34
  • Trey Jacobson - 35
  • Brian Tollar - 36
  • Blaise Anthis - 39

Cortland vs. Syracuse

Cortland

  • Andrew Partigianoni - 35 
  • Carter Baum - 42
  • Finn Thomas - 45
  • Ben McGrath - 49
  • Matteo Rabusin - 49

Syracuse 

  • (Note: Individual scores for Syracuse were not available by the time this article was written). 

Varsity Girls Soccer: Cortland vs. Cazenovia

Team 1st 2nd OT  Final
Cortland 0 1 0 1
Cazenovia 0 1 1 2

The Cortland Lady Tigers lost their first game of the regular season against Cazenovia in overtime with a score of 1-2. 

Cortland’s only goal of the game was scored by Aubree Larkin in the second half.

Cazenovia’s offense was led by Caitlyn Smithers (1 goal), Katie Rajkowski (1 goal), Ella Baker (1 assist), and Raeanne Thompson (1 assist). 

Cortland goalkeeper Lauren Mott made a total of 10 saves in the game, while Sky Sanford made 3 saves for Cazenovia. 

Up next, Cortland will host Oswego on Tuesday (September 6th) at 7pm.   

Varsity Boys Soccer: Homer vs. LaFayette

Team 1st 2nd OT 1 OT 2 Final
Homer 0 2 0 0 2
LaFayette 1 1 0 0 2

The Homer Trojans started their season off with a 2-2 tie against LaFayette after 100 minutes played on Wednesday. 

The Trojans were led by Lance Heyer (1 goal), Braydon Fox (1 goal & 2 saves), Ian Small (1 assist), and Evan Butts (3 saves). 

LaFayette was led by Franki Lopez (1 goal & 1 assist), Carter Chapman (1 goal & 1 assist), and Owen Simmons (11 saves). 

Homer's next game will be played at home this Friday (September 2nd) at 5pm.

Varsity Boys Soccer: Marathon vs. Watkins Glen

Team 1st 2nd Final
Marathon 8 6 14
Watkins Glen 0 0 0

The Marathon Olympians defeated Watkins Glen with a score of 14-0. 

Marathon was led by Kaiden Cornell (4 goals), Jake Byron (2 goals), and Tristin Byron (2 goals). 

Marathon goalie Julian Spizzirri made 2 saves in the game. 

Up next, the Olympians will play Moravia Central on Tuesday (September 6th) at 4:30pm. 

Varsity Field Hockey: Marathon vs. Deposit-Hancock

The Marathon Lady Olympians lost a close game to Deposit/Hancock with a score of 3-4 in overtime. 

Marathon was led by Autumn Young (1 goal), Ellery Ensign (1 goal), and Savanna Warfield (1 goal). 

Deposit/Hancock was led by Aubree Smith (1 goal & 1 assist), Darby DeGraw (2 goals), and Amanda Ray (1 goal). 

Marathon goalie Cassie Forrest made a total of 13 saves, while Abby Russell made 9 saves for Deposit/Hancock.

Up next, Marathon is scheduled to play Homer on the road this Friday (September 2nd) at noon. 

 

(Note: If a team’s game recap was not shown in this article, it’s because scores and stats of their game were not made available to us by the time this article was published).