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Here are some local high school varsity sports recaps from Friday’s events:
Varsity Wrestling: Marathon vs. Windsor Central
The Marathon Olympians lost a tough match-up against Windsor Central on senior night Friday night.
The Olympians lost the dual meet with a team score of 19-49.
Here are the results from each match:
- 102: Dylan Newman (Windsor) over Simon Donah (Marathon) - Decision (6-3)
- 110: Gabe Taylor (Windsor) over (Marathon) - Forfeit
- 118: Melodie Sutton (Marathon) over River Quinn (Windsor) - Injury
- 126: Brendan Gumaer (Marathon) over Trey Swartwout (Windsor) - Major Decision (12-3)
- 132: Mason Colgan (Windsor) over Zander Sutton (Marathon) - Pin
- 138: Braydon Homer (Marathon) over Ryan Greene (Windsor) - Pin
- 145: Tim Boyce (Windsor) over Brittan Keller (Marathon) - Decision (7-3)
- 152: Mathew Boyce (Windsor) over Anthony Neville (Marathon) - Major Decision (9-1)
- 160: Mason McCombs (Windsor) over Dominick Homer (Marathon) - Pin
- 172: Dominick Weaver (Windsor) over Julian Spizzirri (Marathon) - Pin
- 189: Steven Paugh (Windsor) over Dawsyn Cole (Marathon) - Pin
- 215: Jaycob Mann (Windsor) over (Marathon) - Forfeit
- 285: Garrett Bidwell (Windsor) over Logan Jamison (Marathon) - Decision (3-1)
Here are some photos from yesterday’s matches (photos provided by Timothy A. Bennett, Owner & Publisher of The Cortland Voice):
Varsity Boys Basketball: Marathon vs. Odessa Montour Central
The Marathon Olympians improved to a 3-7 record after beating Odessa Montour Central with a score of 66-33 at home Friday night.
Odessa Montour Central was led by Tyler Malnoske (11 points) and Bradley Gillis (11 points).
Marathon’s next game is scheduled to take place on the road against Groton this upcoming Tuesday (January 17th) at 6:45pm.
Here are some photos from yesterday’s game (photos provided by Timothy A. Bennett, Owner & Publisher of The Cortland Voice):
Varsity Boys Basketball: Cortland vs. Fulton
The Cortland Tigers fell to an overall record of 3-6 after losing 54-79 against Fulton.
Cortland was led by Emerson Johnson (16 points) and Damauri Bell (10 points).
Fulton was led by Sam Cotton (24 points), Trevor Hendrickson (12 points), and Aidan Baldwin (12 points).
Up next, Cortland is scheduled to play Oswego on the road today (Saturday January 14th) at 12:45pm.
Varsity Boys Basketball: McGraw vs. Otselic Valley
The McGraw Eagles defeated Otselic Valley at home Friday night with a score of 62-42.
With this win, McGraw improved to an 8-3 record.
McGraw was led by Gaven Truman (22 points), Nick Sutton (10 points), Jaydon Bassett (10 points).
Otselic Valley was led by Braden Davis (17 points) and Owen Davis (13 points).
McGraw is now scheduled to play Brookfield on the road on Friday (January 20th) at 7pm.
Varsity Girls Basketball: Cortland vs. Fulton
The Cortland Lady Tigers improved to a 9-3 record after beating Fulton 54-25 on the road Friday evening.
Cortland was led by Valerosa Gambitta (26 points), Kendall Mack (8 points), Aubree Larkin (7 points), and Mallory Turner (7 points).
Fulton was led by Mandy Miller (9 points) and Kayla McCraith (7 points).
Up next, Cortland will take on East Syracuse Minoa on the road this upcoming Wednesday (January 18th) at 6:45pm.
Varsity Girls Basketball: Marathon vs. Odessa Montour Central
The Marathon Lady Olympians defeated Odessa Montour Central on the road with a score of 59-48.
With this win, Marathon now holds a 7-5 overall record.
Odessa Montour Central was led by Hannah Nolan (19 points) and Gina Gavich (15 points).
Marathon’s next game will be played at home against Groton on Tuesday (January 17th) at 7:15pm.
Varsity Ice Hockey: Cortland-Homer vs. New Hartford
The Cortland-Homer Golden Eagles won a close game against New Hartford with a score of 10-9 Friday night.
Cortland-Homer was led by Mitch Riter (4 goals & 2 assists), Andrew Partigianoni (2 assists), Chris Yang (2 goals & 2 assists), Cooper Swartz (2 goals), Hunter Everle (1 goal & 4 assists), Rowan Dankert (1 assist), Padraic Andrews (1 assist), Tucker Gabriel (1 goal & 1 assist), Liam O’Connor (2 assists), Declan Vail (1 assists), and Garret Clark (24 saves).
New Hartford was led by Garrett Smith (1 goal), Will Picolla (1 goal & 1 assist), Rowan Gall (2 goals & 2 assists), Chuckie Gaetano (1 goal), Gavin Lapolla (1 goal & 2 assists), Gabe Syrotynski (1 goal & 1 assists), Dan Paciello (1 goal & 1 assist), Anthony Falko (1 goal & 1 assist), and Michael Vetter (36 saves).
With this win, Cortland-Homer improved to a 9-2 record.
Up next, Cortland-Homer will play Clinton on the road on Tuesday (January 17th) at 7:30pm.
Varsity Girls Volleyball: Cincinnatus vs. DeRuyter
The Cincinnatus Lady Lions improved to an 8-1 overall record after defeating DeRuyter in three sets.
Cincinnatus was led by Kaedance Lattas (7 kills), Allyson St. Germain (8 kills & 5 service points), Caitlyn St. Germain (6 aces, 24 assists, 3 kills & 13 service points), Payton Gerrard (9 service points), Madelyn Pittsley (6 kills), and Shannon Ryan (10 digs, 4 kills & 7 service points).
Note: stats for DeRuyter were not available by the time this article was written.
Up next, Cincinnatus will play on the road this Monday (January 16th) against Fabius-Pompey at 7pm.
(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).