Cortland County High School Sports Recaps (November 29th)

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

Varsity Girls Volleyball: Cincinnatus vs. Faith Heritage

The Cincinnatus Lady Lions defeated Faith Heritage in five sets Tuesday night. 

At first, Cincinnatus was down 1-2 after three sets. However, they were then able to make a comeback and win the following two sets to get their first win of the regular season. 

“We are proud of the ladies for staying strong throughout the match,” said Cincinnatus Head Coach Teresa Merihew. “Being down two sets to one is tough, but the Lady Lions persevered, and showed teamwork and strength.” 

The Lady Lions were led by Caitlyn St. Germain (10 aces, 20 assists, 6 kills & 2 blocks) and Allyson St. Germain (4 aces & 15 kills)

Faith Heritage was led by Anna Dow (6 kills, 6 aces, 16 assists & 5 digs) and Abby Henderson (8 aces, 4 kills & 13 digs). 

Cincinnatus is now scheduled to play Stockbridge Valley on the road on Thursday (December 8th) at 7pm. 

Varsity Boys Basketball: Homer vs. Fowler

Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Homer 11 9 19 12 51
Fowler 18 17 20 22 77

 

The Homer Trojans lost 51-77 against Fowler on their first game of the regular season on the road Tuesday night. 

Homer was led by Evan Butts (20 points), Max Franco (10 points), and Mitchell Earle (6 points). 

Fowler was led by Spencer Wellington (21 points), Ny'Quan Williams (17 points), and Jayderr Wilhite (14 points). 

Homer will now look forward to playing Syracuse ITC on the road this Friday (December 2nd) at 6:30pm. 

(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). 

 

A special thank you goes to Visions Federal Credit Union for partnering with us to provide the greater Cortland County community with additional sports coverage