Cortland County High School Sports Recaps (January 30th)

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Photo from earlier in the season: Marathon Boys Basketball. (Photo Source: Timothy A. Bennett, Owner & Publisher of The Cortland Voice).

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

Varsity Boys Basketball: Marathon vs. Union Springs

Team 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Marathon 17 17 11 21 66
Union Springs 23 14 13 13 63

 

The Marathon Olympians won a well fought out IAC game against Union Springs Monday night with a score of 66-63. 

Marathon was led by Conor Holland (29 points), Bryce Hartman (13 points), and Jacob Byron (8 points). 

Union Springs was led by Collin Parker (21 points) and Damon Brown (19 points). 

With this win, Marathon improved to a 5-10 record. 

Up next, Marathon will host Southern Cayuga this Friday (February 3rd) at 7:15pm.  

Varsity Girls Volleyball: Cincinnatus vs. McGraw

Team 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Cincinnatus 25 25 27 3
McGraw 14 13 25 0

 

The Cincinnatus Lady Lions defeated the McGraw Lady Eagles in a Cortland County matchup after three sets. 

According to Cincinnatus Head Coach Teresa Merihew, with this win, the Lady Lions completed an undefeated league season (8-0). 

Cincinnatus now holds an overall record of 10-3, while McGraw fell to 2-11. 

Cincinnatus was led by Caitlyn St. Germain (28 assists, 5 kills, 5 digs & 7 service points), Allyson St. Germain (6 aces, 14 kills & 13 service points), Kaedance Latta (5 kills), Shannon Ryan (2 aces, 8 kills & 12 service points), and Cassia Schuyler (2 aces & 7 service points).

McGraw was led by Megan Stull (3 kills, 1 block, 5 digs & 1 ace), Madison Lawrence (3 kills, 8 blocks & 8 digs), and Chloe Rocker (10 digs). 

Up next, Cincinnatus will host Fabius-Pompey on Wednesday (February 1st) at 7pm; while McGraw hits the road to face Stockbridge Valley on Wednesday (February 1st) at 7pm.

Varsity Boys Wrestling: Homer vs. Canastota

The Homer Trojans defeated Canastota with an overall team score of 36-33 Monday evening. 

Here are the results from each match: 

  • 172: Keeran Timerman (Canastota) over Colin Murphy (Homer) - Major Decision (17-5) 
  • 189: Maddox Johnson (Homer) over (Canastota) - Forfeit
  • 215: Sam Sorenson (Homer) over Aden Maldonado  (Canastota) - Injury
  • 285: Sean Brown (Homer) over (Canastota) - Forfeit 
  • 102: Liam O`Brien (Homer) over (Canastota) - Forfeit
  • 110: Evan Bixby (Canastota) over Aaron O`Brien (Homer) - Pin
  • 118: Landen Lawrence (Canastota) over (Homer) - Forfeit
  • 126: Hunter Lines (Homer) over (Canastota) - Forfeit 
  • 132: Jeffrey Stauber (Homer) over (Canastota) - Forfeit
  • 138: Culley Bellino (Canastota) over Matthew Fish (Homer) - Technical Fall (15-0) 
  • 145: Luken Gaiser  (Canastota) over Lukas Quinn (Homer) - Sudden Victory I (4-2) 
  • 152: Logan Mead (Canastota) over Daniel Hardesty (Homer) - Pin
  • 160: Scott Winchell (Canastota) over Dominic Burlingame (Homer) - Decision (7-2)

Varsity Boys Wrestling: Cortland vs. Morrisville-Eaton

The Cortland Tigers lost a tough match-up against Morrisville-Eaton with a team score of 22-54 Monday night. 

Here are the results from yesterday’s matches: 

  • 189: Anthoni Nemecek (Cortland) over (Morrisville-Eaton) - Forfeit
  • 215: Tim Eaton (Morrisville-Eaton) over (Cortland) - Forfeit
  • 285: Cale Marland (Morrisville-Eaton) over (Cortland) - Forfeit
  • 102: Jackson Marks (Cortland) over Wyatt Hitchcock (Morrisville-Eaton) - Pin 
  • 110: Jacob Jones (Morrisville-Eaton) over (Cortland) - Forfeit
  • 118: Davin Peck (Morrisville-Eaton) over (Cortland) - Forfeit
  • 126: Kyle Peavey (Morrisville-Eaton) over Gage Burlingame (Cortland) - Pin
  • 132: Greg Dake (Morrisville-Eaton) over Garrett Major (Cortland) - Pin
  • 138: Shawn Murray (Morrisville-Eaton) over Nickolas Hines (Cortland) - Pin
  • 145: Avery Canzano (Cortland) over Blake Perry (Morrisville-Eaton) - Major Decision (12-4) 
  • 152: Wyatt Tinker (Cortland) over Tyler Schlotzhauer (Morrisville-Eaton) - Pin
  • 160: Lyden Priest (Morrisville-Eaton) over (Cortland) - Forfeit 
  • 172: Cameron Winn (Morrisville-Eaton) over Asher Tinker (Cortland) - Pin

Varsity Boys Bowling: Cortland vs. Auburn

The Cortland boys bowling team lost against Auburn with a team score of 2-5 Monday afternoon.

Here are the results from yesterday’s matches:

Cortland

Players Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Total
Austin Cotterill 212 213 246 671
Corey Smith 168 194 177 539
Jeremie Hale Jr. 210 220 154 584
Wrangler VanSlyke 214 168 170 552
Caleb Cullip 144 155 154 453
Landon Smith 223 215 257 605
Total 1,027 1,010 1,004 3,041
Team Scores 2 0 0 0 (2)

Auburn

Players Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Total
Ethan Harvey 147 136 139 422
Dominic Capone 255 236 233 724
Jack Silwka 222 218 240 680
Aiden Starratt 177 222 223 622
Lucas McConnell 197 210 116 523
Eric Barski 142 232 259 633
Total 998 1,118 1,094 3,210
Team Scores 0 2 2 1 (5)

Varsity Girls Bowling: Cortland vs. Auburn

The Cortland girls bowling team defeated Auburn with a team score of 7-0 on Monday.

Here are the results from yesterday’s matches:

Cortland

Players Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Total
Lily Smith 177 192 158 527
Jillian Riccardi 205 181 214 600
Emma Smith 183 133 134 450
Alexis Jackson 76 136 111 323
Kendall Keep 124 158 163 445
Total 765 800 780 2,345
Team Scores 2 2 2 1 (7)

Auburn 

Players Game 1 Game 2 Game 3 Total
Grace Ryan 129 148 179 456
Abbey Bragger 138 148 123 409
Marissa Capone 185 191 140 516
Miley Curtis 71 68 119 258
Katrina Stack 146 156 123 425
Total 669 711 684 2,064
Team Scores 0 0 0 0 (0)

Varsity Ice Hockey: Cortland-Homer vs. Auburn

Team 1st 2nd 3rd Final
Cortland-Homer 3 3 0 6
Auburn 0 2 0 2

 

The Cortland-Homer Golden Eagles defeated Auburn 6-2 in order to improve to a 14-2 record. 

Cortland-Homer was led by Mitch Riter (2 goals & 2 assists), Andrew Partigianoni (2 goals & 3 assists), Chris Yang (1 assist), Brady Coffin (1 assist), Hunter Everle (1 goal & 2 assists), Ryan Spalding (2 assists), Tucker Gabriel (1 goal), and Garret Clark (15 saves).

Auburn was led by Jack Pineau (2 goals), Evan Moore (1 assist), and Mason Jones (38 saves).

Up next, Cortland-Homer is scheduled to play Auburn again, but this time on the road at 7:15pm tonight (January 31st). 

 

(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