Cortland County High School Sports Recaps: Basketball, Volleyball, Hockey, and Athletics (December 17) – Cortland Voice
Here are some local college sports summaries from Friday’s events:
Varsity Boys Basketball: Cortland vs. Oswego
The Cortland Purple Tigers defeated Oswego on Friday evening at 52:31 at home.
With this win, Cortland improved to a 3-1 record.
The Tigers were led by Max Gambitta (17 points, 4 rebounds & 3 assists), Emerson Johnson (8 points, 14 rebounds & 2 steals) and Tyler Blake (7 points, 6 rebounds, 5 blocks & 4 steals).
Oswego was led by Zachary Chamberlain (7 points) and Anthony Davis (6 points).
Cortland’s next game will be played against Fowler on Tuesday (December 21st) at 6:45 pm on the way.
Here are some photos from last night’s game:
Varsity Boys Basketball: Homer vs. Skaneateles
The Homer Trojans lost a difficult game against Skaneateles with 39:67.
With this defeat, the Trojans now hold a 2-2 overall record.
“We had a bit of a problem,” said Homer head coach Rex Ryan. âThat is the strongest pressure that we have seen defensively in the whole season. We are young and we will make mistakes. It just goes like that. We were in a lot of trouble. We didn’t get out.
“We have to work with pressure and be patient on the offensive,” added Coach Ryan. âWe’re a more talented team than we showed tonight. You can’t give up 67 points and expect to win a game. “
The Trojans were led by Jon Barnes (12 points), Evan Butts (10 points) and Wyatt Wilbur (9 points).
Skaneateles was led by Colin Gaglione (23 points) and Jude Pascal (19 points).
Next, Homer will host Chittenango on Monday (December 20th) at 6:30 p.m.
Here are some photos from last night’s game:
Varsity Boys Basketball: Marathon vs. Union Springs
The Olympians were led by Braeden Morrison (17 points) and Conor Holland (14 points & 8 rebounds). The marathon Olympians lost a tough game against Union Springs on Friday evening by 33:71.
Union Springs was led by Andrew Salls (19 points), Jose Reyes (19 points), Collin Park (17 points) and Hunter Martin (11 points).
Next up, the Olympians will face Candor Central at home on Tuesday (December 21st) at 7:30 p.m.
Varsity Boys Basketball: Cincinnatus vs. Madison
The Cincinnatus Lions lost their first game of the season against Madison on Friday, setting a 6-1 record.
The Lions were led by Scott Schuyler (30 points), Kooper Vosburg (7 points), Canden Stafford (6 points) and Tyler Liddle (6 points).
Madison was led by Ethan Rivers (23 points) and Haydon Dumas (22 points).
Cincinnatus will try to get back on its winning road on Tuesday (December 21) as they host DeRuyter at 7pm.
College Girls Basketball: Marathon vs. Union Springs
The Lady Olympians Marathon lost a close game against Union Springs (41-52) on Friday evening.
The Olympians were led by Brooke Tillotson (17 points), Abigail Ensign (17 points) and Paige Hurlburt (6 points).
Union Springs was led by Kailey Kalet (21 points) and Payton Gilbert (13 points).
The next game of Marathon will take place on Tuesday (December 21st) at 7:30 p.m. on the street against Candor Central.
College Girls Basketball: Cortland vs. Oswego
The Cortland Lady Tigers defeated Oswego 49-31 on the road.
The Tigers were led by Kendall Mack (13 points), Margaret Starr (9 points), Kirsten Merritt (8 points) and Mallory Turner (8 points).
Oswego was led by Sophia Babcock (11 points) and Andrealis Colon (11 points).
Next, the Tigers will meet Carthage on the Road on Wednesday (December 22nd) at 5:30 p.m.
University volleyball: McGraw vs. Weedsport
The McGraw Lady Eagles lost a difficult match against Weedsport in three sets last night.
With this defeat, the Eagles now hold a 0-4 record.
Note: Individual statistics from last night’s game were not yet available at the time this article was written.
The Eagles will next play on the street against Cincinnatus on Monday (January 3rd) at 7pm.
University ice hockey: Cortland-Homer vs. Ithaca
The Cortland-Homer Golden Eagles won the Cortaca Cup in their annual matchup against Ithaca on Friday night by a score of 5-2.
The Golden Eagles were led by Chris Yang (2 goals), Andrew Partigianoni (1 goal & 1 assist), Ryan Spaulding (1 goal), Hunter Everle (1 goal), Braden Marsh (1 assist), Tanner Douglass (1 assist) . , and Jacob Couture (1 assist).
Cortland Homer goalie Riley Delage made a total of 24 saves in the game.
Cortland-Homer will next play against Whitesboro next Tuesday (December 21st) at 7pm.
Varsity Track & Field: Homer vs. Multiple Schools
The Homer boys and girls indoor track and field teams competed at the Mohawk Valley meetup in Utica. The boys’ team was 11th overall out of 33 boys’ teams, while the girls’ team was 11th overall out of 31 schools.
Homer Boys highlights
- In the 600 meter run, Tommy Mahunik took 3rd place. (Time – 1: 30.57). With this achievement Mahunik qualified for sections.
- Cooper Vandee finished fourth in the 300 meter run. (Time – 39.66). Vandee’s performance was a personal best and qualified him for sections
- Tommy Mahunik (55.9), Brodrick Butts (62.6), Damian Brown (66.0) and Cooper Vandee (54.6) took 4th place in the 4 Ã 400 meter relay (time: 3: 59.17).
- Logan Darling took 6th place in the weight litter with a personal best (result 39’7 “).
- Tasker Dennis took seventh place in the shot put (result: 34’8.5 â).
Homer Girls highlights
- Jane Gugerty took 4th place in the triple jump (result – 32’2 “) and 5th place in the 55-meter hurdles (time – 10:24). Her triple jump performance qualifies her for the section tests.
- Camdyn Cole (30.5), Jane Gugerty (28.6), Caitlin McCloy (30.4) and Mikayla Smith (30.8) took fourth place in the 4 Ã 200 (end time – 2: 00.52).
- Mayshelle Hyde took 6th place in the weight litter with a personal best. (Result – 26’8 â).
- Hannah McMasters took 6th place in the shot put with a personal best. (Result – 26’8 “)