The Candor boys and girls bowling teams faced Lansing on Jan. 3 with?the boys losing their meet 3–1 and the girls winning their meeting?3–1.

Garrett Lindhorst led the boys team with a combined score of 481.?Devin Benesh finished with the second-best score of 465, and Carson?Howe compiled the third-best with a score of 404.

Mya Marsh came close to reaching the 500-point mark with her total?score of 482, which led both teams. Alexis Karabec chalked up the?second-best total score of 463. Sarah Emond tallied the third-best?score with 409.

The Dryden boys basketball team defeated Groton 58–46 on Jan. 4.

Keegan Gesin led Dryden, as well as all players on the floor, with 18?points. Brandon Madigan scored 16 points for the second-best mark.?Ashton Hodgson’s 12 points was the third-highest total on his team.

For Groton, Garrett VanBenschoten led the team with 13 points. James?Lucey finished second on the team with nine points.

Here are the final scores of the boys basketball games played this past week:

Lansing 68 Southern Cayuga 49 (Jan. 3)

Walton 59 Newfield 52 (Jan. 3)

Watkins Glen 45 Candor 42 (Jan. 4)

Spencer Van-Etten 67 Waverly 34 (Jan. 4)

Union Springs 56 Trumansburg 48 (Jan. 4)

Watkins Glen 53 Dryden 43 (Jan. 5)

Lansing 59 Newfield 54 (Jan. 5)

The Dryden boys and girls indoor track and field teams finished in?first and fourth place, respectively, at the Quinney Invitational on?Jan. 5.

The boys team’s 800 meter relay team of Kyle Brown, Bradley Hume,?G.T. Weaver and Garet Marsh won with a time of 1:42.77.

Brown earned two silver medals in the 55 meter hurdles and the 300?meter race. In the 55 meter hurdles, he set a new personal best with a?time of 9.07 seconds. In the 300 meter race, he ran a time of 40.81?seconds.

Hume also won the high jump with a height of 5’8’’.

Weaver finished in second place in the 600 meter race with a time of 1:33.15.

Marsh set a new personal best in the 55 meter race with a third-place?time of 7.01 seconds.

Michael Cavanaugh won the shot put with a distance of 33’3’’, which?was a personal record for him in that event.

Steven Morrow set a personal best time in the 600 meter race with a?fourth-place time of 1:36.73. Morrow also finished in second place?high jump with a height of 5’4’’.

Jakob Greenwood’s second-place time of 2:53.96 in the 1,000 meter?race set a new personal best for him in that event.

Jackson Crocker ran for a time of 11:49.46 in the 3,200 meter, which?placed him second in the event.

David Yuzvak set a new personal best in the 300 meter race with a?fifth-place time of 42.50 seconds.

Ioannis Katsiroumbas leaped for a fifth-place distance of 16’10’’ in?the long jump.

Emily Miller won two individual events at the meet. Miller won the?3,000 meter race with a time 11:04.56 and the 1,500 meter race with a?time of 5:23.74.

Naomi Cator-Szymanski won the 55 meter hurdles, clocking in at 10.28 seconds.

Teghan Garris finished atop the podium in the shot put with a?personal-best distance of 34.5’5”.

The Groton girls basketball also defeated Dryden this past week on?Jan. 5 by the score of 47–44.

Brooke Brecht led the team with 18 points with Jaelynne Harriott?right behind her with 14. Abigail Dykeman scored eight points as well.

Madeline Harris posted a double-double with a team-leading 13 points?and 11 rebounds to lead the Lions on the day. Jessica Mobbs scored?the second-most on the team with 10 points and came close to a?double-double with nine rebounds.

Emma Kidney recorded the third-most with nine and brought down five?rebounds. Shaelyn Baker scored the fourth-most points with five and?collected six rebounds as well.

The Cornell University men’s hockey team played twice this past week,?defeating Princeton University 3–2 on Jan. 4 and tying Quinnipiac?University 2–2 on Jan. 5.


Alec McCrea netted the go-ahead goal with 7:05 left in the third?period against Princeton. Brendan Smith and Brenden Locke each scored?once in the contest.

Cam Donaldson and Morgan Barron scored the two goals for Cornell?against Quinnipiac.

Sports Editor

Andrew is the sports editor as well as a news reporter for the Ithaca Times/Finger Lakes Community Newspapers. He also enjoys writing personal essays in his spare time.

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