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Lafayette won with 71 points. Watkins Glen had three runners -- Nicholas Bonsignore 22nd in There were 98 runners, led by Oneonta's Brandon Gordon 9: Watkins Glen had one runner -- Madison Hansen, who finished 12th among 75 runners in First place went to Ellie Lees of Delhi Breanna Carl, right, placed third. Kai Sutterby, left, was fifth. Seneca Indians top Dryden, reach semis. That game is set for 4 p. A Jared Rumsey point-after kick made it Dryden pulled within a point with A two-point pass fell incomplete.
The Seneca Indians increased their lead to with 7: Dryden, after taking over on downs on their own 26, scored quickly -- on a first-down, yard TD run off a sweep to the left. Once again, a two-point pass attempt fell incomplete. The Seneca Indians' defense stiffened from there, keeping Dryden out of the end zone as the buzzer sounded. A two-point pass attempt was incomplete. The Seneca Indians played ball control for much of the second half, limiting Dryden opportunities.
He also picked off a Lions pass in the second period, and had a key tackle -- bringing down a receiver inside the 1-yard line on a Dryden fourth-down play, forcing a turnover on downs. Elliott finished with yards rushing on 25 carries, while Chedzoy gained yards on 22 carries and Casen Weeden 91 yards on 14 carries.
Quarterback Derrick Lewis had 51 passing yards. The team's total yardage was And the preparation paid off in "the prize at the end of the day," said Holland. The Seneca Indians' Joe Chedzoy picks up some yardage; teammate Casen Weeden gains some of his 91 yards; and quarterback Derrick Lewis is hit as he passes.
The Seneca Indians' Travon Jones 21 prepares to intercept the ball in second-period action. Jones is congratulated by Coach Trevor Holland after the interception, Jones's first of two in the game. Teammate Owen Scholtisek is at left. Seneca Indian seniors were honored in a pregame Senior Night ceremony.
Seneca Indians cheerleaders performed. O-M volleyball team drops finale to TAE. Watkns Glen's Claudia Parker reaches out to volley. Teammates Adrienna Solomon 6 and Katie Losey 7 are in the background. Glen loses to Candor.
Games scores were , and Watkins Glen's Carlie Baker, left, wins a battle at the net. Watkins Glen's Katie Losey catches up to the ball. The Senecas' Kelsey Kernan handles the ball near the net.
The Senecas pose after the game, which marked the end of their season. Watkins Glen's Olivia Stephani goes high to meet the ball. Watkins Glen's Claudia Parker meets the ball. Parker, left, and Katie Losey were the team's lone seniors, honored during a ceremony before Thursday's match. Watkins' Ali LaMoreaux awaits the ball. The Senecas' Kelsey Kernan 3. Seneca Indians modified team wins finale. The win lifted the Seneca Indians' season mark to They were competitive in every game, leading each one at halftime.
They led this one at halftime, too, building an early lead before reaching intermission ahead Seneca Indian tacklers force a Moravia ball-carrier out of bounds at the one-yard line. Watkins Glen goalkeeper Cierra Barber hauls in the ball. The Senecas' Carly Arnold, right, eyes the ball. Photos by Sheila Barber. Watkins girls fall in sectional opener, The game, interrupted by a storm and played on a muddy field, saw Cierra Barber busy in goal for the Senecas, registering 15 saves.
We struggled as a team to get going today. It was difficult for us to get our fast attack going on the muddy, slick field. She was really outstanding all season, as was Cierra Barber in the net. Cierra played great and came up huge in some big games for us.
Danielle Leszyk was terrific in the midfield and Taylor Kelly and Haley Dean combined for 26 goals up front as well. My young defensive players were thrown into the role of replacing long-time defenders who graduated, and they improved throughout the season. Watkins Glen's Haley Dean, right, contends for possession of the ball.
Photo by Sheila Barber. Odessa falls to Seton in OT shootout. The game, on the outdoor turf field at the Greater Binghamton Sports Complex, saw a deadlock through regulation, and then two scoreless minute overtime periods designed to be played to completion. Then came two 5-minute Golden Goal, or Sudden Death, overtimes -- without any goals.
That led to the shootout, with each team getting five shots. Seton connected on four of their kicks, to three by the Indians. Seton Catholic built a lead in the first half before O-M scored about 50 seconds before intermission when a crossing pass by Saunders caromed into the net off a Seton player for an own goal. Garrison then evened the score with a goal early in the second half, setting the stage for the overtimes and shootout.
O-M outshot Seton , while Seton had an advantage in corner kicks. Grace Vondracek made three saves in goal for the Indians. Seton Catholic advances with a mark. Glen volleyball team defeats S-VE, The first game proved an easy one for the Senecas, but S-VE stuck with them in the second game until it was But after the Senecas won the service, Claudia Parker closed out the game with four service points, including two aces.
Watkins Glen defeated Spencer-Van Etten, Game scores were , and Beaumont had 2 kills, and Zimba and Solomon 1 each. Watkins Glen's Katie Losey sends the ball over the net. The Senecas' Adrienna Solomon meets an incoming volley. O-M volleyball team loses to Tioga, O-M boys fall in Section IV opener, The Indians, down at halftime, got second-half goals from Johnny Niedermaier on a penalty kick and from Phoenix Parmenter on a shot from 10 yards out.
O-M outshot UV , while each team had two corner kicks. Dominik Scott made three saves in goal for the Indians. I look forward to working hard in the off-season with them to continue a trend of success in the future. Odessa swim team loses to Waverly. O-M, WG sectional openers have begun. The O-M girls, the No. The Watkins Glen girls, the No. She is senior Hannah Morse , who entered the week with 26 goals -- one short of the WGHS single-season goal-scoring record set in by Megan Matthews -- and left it with the old record far behind.
Morse scored five goals in one game on the new turf and two in another to finish the week with 33 goals -- and added to her school career mark, now at The fact that her team fell to state-ranked Groton in the IAC Small Schools title game does not diminish a bit from Hannah's historic achievement.
Add to those the following: Another 22 athletes earned a point apiece in the ongoing poll that helps determine seasonal All-Stars and, ultimately, Athletes of the Year at each of the two schools covered.
Five players scored touchdowns for the Tribe "A" team. Two of them were Brady Cannon, left, and Ryan Willett, right. Tribe 'A' team advances; 'C' team falls. The Tribe "C" team was defeated in its first-rounder, dropping a decision to Maine-Endwell on the road. Kaiden Karius caught an extra-point pass from Lewis. The Tribe defense was dominant, shutting down the Apalachin offense. The Tribe "C" team, which finished the season at , scored three times -- twice on touchdowns by Isaak Willett, and once on a touchdown by Kole Ector.
Isaac Rumsey caught an extra-point pass from Willett. The Indians' Isabel Foote meets an incoming Candor shot. O-M volleyball team loses to Candor, It was Senior Night, with six of the O-M squad honored in their final season: The Odessa-Montour volleyball team's seniors were honored Monday.
Glen volleyball team falls to Newfield. With two more games this week Wednesday and Thursday , I hope to end the season with them showing our home crowd once again the strong team they are. Watkins Glen defeated Newfield Glen girls modified soccer team falls to NV.
The Senecas, who finished the season , got 18 saves from goalkeeper Lilly Ameigh and two from Brenna Pierce. These are a great bunch of kids that I have had the privilege to coach. I wish to thank all the parents and guardians for their support, Coach Charlene Watson for her dedication to the team, and Steven Cinelli for cheering our girls on.
Watkins Glen did not compete. Kara Reese was 17th in the Back in 1: Katie Adams was 26th in the Fly among 50 swimmers in 1: Glen girls fall in Small Schools title game. The loss ended a six-game winning streak for Watkins Glen. Groton, state-ranked and unbeaten, managed to keep Watkins Glen's scoring leader, Hannah Morse, from adding to her goal total, a single-season record at WGHS. She holds the school career record with 71 goals. It was Dean's 10th goal of the year.
Watkins Glen goalkeeper Cierra Barber registered 13 saves. Haley Dean was able to score on a pass from Carly Arnold that made it , but Groton scored again quickly to expand the lead again.
We were never able to get much going throughout the night, but fought hard. This team improved every day and the girls always approached each day with a smile and positivity.
Members of the WGHS soccer team pose before leaving for the game. Photo from the WGHS website. Seneca Indians run past Moravia, The Seneca Indians, a combined team of Odessa-Montour and WGHS athletes, got touchdowns from five different players as they celebrated Watkins' Homecoming before a large crowd on hand to view the first varsity football game on the school's new artificial turf. The Homecoming King and Queen were announced at halftime.
They are Nate Wickham and Claudia Parker. Nathaniel Rose who could not attend and sent a large cardboard-backed photo of himself, which was carried by Queen candidate Grace Wickham. The Seneca Indians struck early, on a yard jaunt by Joe Chedzoy less than two minutes into the game. By the time they were done, they had outgained Moravia, yards to , with two touchdowns each by Chedzoy one on a pass from Derrick Lewis , Zach Elliott and Casen Weeden, and one each by Owen Scholtisek and Jared Rumsey.
Elliott led the ground game with yards, while Chedzoy gained , Scholtisek 78, Weeden 43, Travon Jones 18, and Rumsey Lewis threw for 63 yards, all in the first half. The Seneca Indians led after one period, at halftime, and after three quarters. Moravia scored its lone touchdown with 6: The annual Homecoming parade was held Saturday afternoon, running down Decatur Street from Lafayette Park and ending at the high school.
There, a ribbon was cut to signify the opening of the new artifical-turf field, and a tailgate party was held, with free food. Football players from youth leagues through varsity posed in the center of the field, and spectators were invited to walk on the new turf. One woman, apparently finding it comfortable, was seen lying down on it, resting. The float competition was won by the Seniors, with the Freshmen second, Sophomores third and Juniors fourth. The Seneca Indians' Casen Weeden scores the first of his two touchdowns.
Homecoming's king and queen, Nathaniel Wickham and Claudia Parker. An artistic rendering of a play in which the Seneca Indians' Owen Scholtisek, left, broke up a Moravia pass play, swatting the ball to the ground. Queen candidate Grace Wickham carries with her King candidate H. Nathaniel Rose, who couldn't actually be present because of a prior obligation -- but provided an alternative. Moravia's Joe Shoemaker grabs and slows the Seneca Indians' Casen Weeden, who was brought down a couple of yards later.
The Seneca Indians' Derrick Lewis passes. A throw intended for Owen Scholtisek 10 descends before falling incomplete. Joe Chedzoy hauls in a touchdown pass from Lewis that increased the Seneca Indians' lead to Members of the Watkins Glen girls swim team set up games for the tailgate party.
A long line waited for food. Here, the football team's Collin Baker has his. Members of the Seneca Indians' varsity football team were introduced at the tailgate party. Here, Zach Elliott is welcomed by parallel lines of younger football players. Football players from the youth leagues through varsity gathered during the tailgate party in the center of the new artificial turf athletic field.
Odessa-Montour's Kennedey Heichel 3 sends the ball toward the net and watches it go in for what proved to be the game-winning goal. O-M girls ride 2 Heichel goals to victory. The win, in a tuneup for next week's Section IV, Class C tournament, lifted the Indians' regular-season mark to Heichel scored her first goal at Her second goal, breaking a tie, came at USPB almost tied the game with less than 10 seconds in the game, but O-M goalkeeper Grace Vondracek, faced with a breakaway, got a hand on the shot and deflected it just wide of the far goalpost.
They stepped up and played hard. Odessa returns to action Wednesday in the opening round of sectionals when it plays Binghamton Seton Catholic at 3: O-M's Hannah Bruno meets the ball. In the bleachers on a chilly night. Glen girls modified soccer team tops ND.
Lilly Ameigh registered five saves, the only goal by ND coming on a penalty kick. Ribbon-cutting set at new athletic field. Special to The Odessa File. Major improvements include artificial turf on the stadium field, improved drainage, new fencing and a new scoreboard. Additional improvements include more lighting for pedestrians, a new tennis court area with five courts available and new fencing.
Work is still in progress at the softball and baseball fields, as well as the track. The parade is set to begin at 3 p. Following the ribbon cutting, a tailgate party will be held at the school and will include games, as well as food at no charge.
The first home varsity football game will be played Saturday evening on the new field. The game against Moravia will begin at 7 p. Crowning of the Homecoming Queen and King will be held at halftime. Swimmers warm up before the meet. Watkins swimmers top Odessa-Montour.
WG, Amanda Wilbur 2: WG, Allie Gibson 2: WG, Annika Wickham OM, Tori Reese 1: WG, Jillian Cantieni 1: OM, Madison Moss 6: WG, Malina Butler 1: WG, Sarah Swinnerton 1: A member of the Odessa modified swim team, Lillian Halpin. Glen girls modified soccer team falls, Lilly Ameigh registered 20 saves in goal for the Senecas. Watkins Glen's Hannah Morse sends a shot on goal. Glen girls top Moravia for 6th win in row. Game time is 6 p. Morse's two goals added to the single-season scoring record she set Tuesday, when she scored five goals against Marathon to surpass the 27 goals scored by Megan Matthews in Morse now has 33 goals.
She also had three assists Wednesday, bringing her season total to Scoring in addition to Kelly, Morse and Dean was Danielle Leszyk, who also registered an assist as she continued her strong midfield play.
Cierra Barber made 14 saves in goal for the Senecas, bringing her season total to To date, the following players have scored goals this season for the Senecas:. Watkins Glen's Haley Dean sends the ball past a diving Moravia goalkeeper. Photos by Sheila Barber Bottom: The Senecas' Danielle Leszyk unleashes a left-footed shot on goal. Watkins Glen's Carly Arnold sends the ball upfield.
The Senecas' goalkeeper, Cierra Barber, registers one of her 14 saves. Watkins Glen's Taylor Kelly, left, sends a shot that found the Moravia net for one of her three goals. Glen volleyball team falls to Tioga, Tioga, which has lost just once this season to Candor , trailed in the first game before rallying to win. Watkins Glen gained the advantage again in the second game, Then -- after Tioga had tied it -- the Senecas held on, breaking a deadlock for the victory.
The ball soars up and over the net after a saving slide and return by Watkins Glen's Kelsey Kernan 3. The Senecas' Mattie Yontz serves. Watkins Glen's Carly Arnold 11 kicks the ball away from the Senecas' net as goalkeeper Cierra Barber center tries to stop a Marathon scoring threat. Morse nets 5, sets single-season record. And then she scored four more times as the Senecas won Morse, who entered the game with 26 goals this season -- one behind the school record of 27 set by Megan Mathews in -- scored her first of five goals just 48 seconds into the game after stealing the ball from a Marathon defender and drilling the ball from the right side into the left corner of the net.
That tied the record. Then came a penalty kick at 8: That shot found the right corner and gave Watkins a lead. She made it at 5: But there was one more -- a second-half score that lifted her totals to 31 for the year and 71 for her career. And there are still more games ahead: Not that I wasn't already Kelly had two assists on the day, and Watkins goalkeeper Cierra Barber was busy, registering 23 saves as the Senecas improved to She had a monster game tonight, exploding for all five goals.
Cierra had another great night in goal, making some great saves to keep us in front. The defense is playing well now and being aggressive as we head into our final regular-season game tomorrow in Moravia. Then we play Groton on Saturday in the Conference Championship. They are talented soccer players but even better people, and I am lucky to coach them all.
Watkins Glen's Hannah Morse, right, watches as her shot enters the Marathon net for her second goal of the game. It gave her the school single-season scoring record. The Senecas' Haley Dean 10 watches as her shot is stopped by the Marathon goalkeeper. Watkins Glen's Abby Congdon meets the ball at midfield in first-half action. Watkins Glen's Danielle Leszyk settles the ball. The Senecas' Aislinn Klemann moves the ball upfield. Glen swimmers defeat Waverly, Watkins Glen's Jena Slater dives on the way to first place.
Her sister Julya, who placed second, watches in the background. The Senecas' Julya Slater on the way to second place in the diving competition. The six seniors on the Watkins Glen varsity swim team were honored at Tuesday's meet.
O-M swimmers top Elmira Notre Dame. Odessa-Montour's Tori Reese after Tuesday's meet. O-M's McKennah Lott meets the ball. The girls competed and fought hard. Odessa's lone goal came from Autumn Garrison, tying the game in the second half after SVEC had taken a first-half lead.
O-M missed a scoring opportunity with an open net in the closing minutes of the second minute overtime, and SVEC missed one in the closing seconds, taking a free kick from 25 yards out with six seconds left that was blocked before it could reach the goalkeeper.
The Indians' Olivia Grover, left, sends the ball flying. O-M's Lexi Saunders kicks the ball upfield. Watkins boys 2nd at Divisional Meet. The Senecas placed second with 57 points, behind NV's Planty finished the 3. Steven Gublo was eighth in Kai Sutterby led the Senecas by finishing 6th in Breanna Carl was 11th in Madison Hansen, Watkins Glen's only runner, finished fifth in The race was won by Michaela Clymer of Waverly in Nick Bonsignore led the Senecas with a fourth-place finish in 9: Dylan Nguyen was fifth in 9: The Senecas' Kai Sutterby placed sixth.
Both photos by Aran Holland. Hannah Nolan scored all three of the O-M goals, bringing her season total to Odessa is now Lilly Ameigh registered 22 saves for the Senecas, "playing magnificently in the net," said her coach, Ralph Diliberto, who added: It was an exciting game.
All of the young ladies played with heart. Athletes of the Week: Another 32 athletes earned a point apiece in the ongoing poll that helps determine seasonal All-Stars and, ultimately, Athletes of the Year at each of the two schools covered. The Tribe "B" team's Jax Decker scored two touchdowns.
Tribe 'A' and 'C' teams finish with wins. The "B" team lost. The Tribe "A" team finished with a record by defeating Tioga in a game on the new Watkins Glen High School artificial turf field. The "A" team is the top seed in the playoffs, and will host Apalachin at Watkins Glen at 3: The Tribe "B" team dropped its finale Sunday, falling to Tioga Jax Decker scored twice and Daniel Coston once.
Turning in strong defensive performances were Dana Guild and Lucas Hoffman. The team will play a consolation game Sunday at 1: Longtime area coach Bob Lee was honored during a halftime ceremony for his 50 years in coaching, starting in at St. Mary's Parish Center, where he coached youth basketball. The Tribe "C" team finished with a victory over Tioga. Bob Lee holds a plaque honoring him for 50 years in coaching. Bradley Gillis runs for one of his two touchdowns in the "A" game.
Glen runners compete at Brewster Bear. Planty posted a time of Max Evans was next for Watkins, finishing 31st in He was followed by teammates Steven Gublo 78th in Watkins Glen's Kai Sutterby led the Senecas by finishing 16th among 71 runners in She was followed by teammates Breanna Carl 20th in Watkins boys win finale; seniors honored. The game marked the finale for a dozen Senecas, honored in a pregame ceremony.
The Senecas, who finished the season with four wins, took a lead at Sandritter made it just 7. Sandritter struck again at And then Morse closed the scoring at Nate Wickham made six saves in goal for the Senecas, losing his shutout with 5: Watkins Glen's Isaac McIlroy moves the ball upfield.
The Senecas' Peter Sandritter 8 , who scored two goals. Watkins Glen's Avery Watson has some trouble getting to the ball in front of the Newfield net. He ended up on the ground, but there were no whistles. Later, he scored a goal. The 12 seniors on the team were honored in a pregame Senior Night ceremony. Seneca Indians fall to Tioga, The team, in fact, had just total yards on offense, with Joe Chedzoy and Zach Elliott gaining 57 and 30, respectively, on 12 rushes apiece.
Owen Scholtisek was next with 25 yards on four carries. The limited aerial game gained just 12 yards. Tioga "is a very physical team," said Holland, "and they brought everything" to an offense that stresses runs and options. The Seneca Indians return to action with a Homecoming game at 7 p. Then comes a game against Dryden, the winner of which will advance to postseason play as the second seed in Division III. The Seneca Indians' Travon Jones returns a kickoff. Seneca Indians quarterback Derrick Lewis rolls out to pass.
Both photos by David Franzese. Odessa boys fall to Trumansburg, Trumansburg got three goals from Conor Baird and one from Owen Leiter. The Indians' only score came at Trumansburg outshot Odessa , while each team had three corner kicks. Dominik Scott registered 12 saves for the Indians. Odessa-Montour defeated Waverly on the road to improve to Hannah Nolan led the way with four goals.
Odessa-Montour's Johnny Niedermaier prepares to send the ball upfield as a Trumansburg player approaches. O-M goalkeeper Dominik Scott reaches toward an incoming kick. He deflected the shot wide of the goal. O-M's Deshawn Johnson sends the ball flying.
The Indians' Devon Mahaney meets the ball near midfield. Johnny Niedermaier as he was honored during a halftime Senior Night ceremony. O-M's Paden Grover, left, steers the play away from the Indians' goal. Odessa-Montour's Ethan King passes the ball. The Indians' Justin Andrews, right, fights for control of the ball.
O-M held its annual bonfire after the boys game. The fire had been postponed by the weather during Homecoming week. Watkins Glen's Nancy Jackson, left, starts turning as her shot sails past the Tioga keeper for the Senecas' final goal. Watkins girls win, clinch division title. After that, Watkins will compete in the sectional tournament. Tune in to WAVQ Notrae Andrews rolling out vs Pirates on Wednesday night football Photo: Sophomore Marqtavius McIntyre on the move Photo: Volleyball team huddles on 1st day back to practice from Florence days of no workouts!
Coach John Davis welcomes players back after 17 day Florence layoff. Will face Conference powerhouse Jacksonville next week to re-open football season. WRH wins in the final seconds on a 2pt conversion. Tough Monarch loss in the final seconds Photo: Coach Ciara Wheeler discusses strategy during a time-out vs Dixon Photo: New Hanover-Notrae Andrews trying for more yardage-4 down 1 to go Photo: Lacy Williams runs through his hole thanks to his blockers Photo: Notrae Andrews on the move vs New Hanover Photo: Lacy Williams finds running room vs Jones Sr Photo: Soccer Coach Craig Cook giving instructions at practice.
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