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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 2005, Syracuse, New York Friday. January 28.2005 THE POST-STANDARD PAGE D 7 HIGH SCHOOLS Leaving a legacy of success IfAVMLRMPMED-l before the playoffs begin. Tenillion could get her 500th Tuesday at home when LaFayette plays Fabius-Pom- pey. "I don't think my players even know about it It would be amazing, but I'm trying to keep it she said. Terrillion realized how fore the season started, when she was forced to look up her record. Terrillion, who spent three years away from La- Fayette coaching volleyball at Syracuse University, had to go back to her first season in 1972 to figure it out. At that time. LaFayette didn't have any sports for women, and Terrillion took on the chal- lenge of starting four different teams and coaching all of them. She recalled her first match as a volleyball coach. "A senior boy from the op- posing high school officiated, and each game was only eight running-minutes she said. "Back then, there were only six or eight games in a season." The program has flourished since her early days. But Ter- rillion won't discuss favorite memories or proudest accom- plishments. "I'm not going to highlight one year over she said. Although the coach is hum- Jim Comrnen.tuc.cj Staff photographer LaFAYETTE VOLLEYBALL COACH Kris Terrillion cheers on her team during a home match Thursday with Bishop Grimes. In 29 years of coaching, Terrillion, who will retire after this season, has led the Lancers to 16 Section 3 crowns. ble about her career, La- Fayette athletic director Jerry Kelly praised Terrillion for her invaluable contributions to the community. "I can't put into words what she's meant to every- Kelly said. "She teaches more than volleyball. She teaches about rife." Her teaching philosophy is a key reason for her success over the years. "I truly believe high school sports should be an extension of the she said. "Coaching is teaching." Terrillion instructs her play- ers to not count wins. In fact, she wouldn't care if the team lost every game as long as the players became better people because of their experience. "I always tell them, 'You're going to become two End of on era Coach Kris Terrillion, who is retiring after this season, built a volleyball dynasty at LaFayette during three decades. Here are some numbers: Years coaching: 29 Overall record: 498-76 as of Thursday League titles: 21 Section 3 titles: 16 things when you play for me a better volleyball player and a better person.' Terrilh'on said her most sat- isfying reward is seeing for- mer players excel in life. For example, she recently learned a former player was recog- nized on television for her tsu- nami relief efforts. And sever- al former players have become coaches at area schools, in- cluding the junior varsity and modified team coaches at La- Fayette. "I always tell them the big- gest compliment you can pay me is to beat me." she said. Terrillion said there is no such thing as a perfect ending for her career. But there are seven seniors who were part of the 2002-2003 team that made it to the Class C regional playoffs. They want to make it back this year. The Lancers are on track to do just that. They are currently 13-0 in the league, and 15-0 overall. "I just want my players to achieve their goals for this she said. "That's all I want." Terrillion looks forward to kayaking, golfing and spend- ing time with her family. And she already promised her team she would be back for games. Maroons upset soaring Red Hawks MDire sMrts wt Cdtral SqWt M nW timo ByNeUKerr Staff writer Unable to score a single point during an ice-cold third period, host Central Square saw its seven-game winning streak snapped by Auburn, 63-43, in Onondaga League Colonial Di- vision boys basketball play Thursday night. Junior shooting guard Dan roons in an OHSL dual meet as last year's 103-pound state champion Shaun Farnham won via a second-period pin at 119 pounds. Swimming I 9-8) to the upset win by netting a game-high 24 points, including five treys. Auburn led by only 32-31 at intermission before blanking the Red Hawks 18-0 in a decisive third-period run. 1 Central Square (8-4, 11-5) had not lost since dropping a 44-33 game to Nottingham on Dec. 21. I The loss further clouded the Class AA sectional playoff pic- ture, because there are at least 13 teams in Section 3 capable of winning the 2005 title. Girls basketball I Solvay 44, Cortland 37: I Kylie Bartleti pumped in 22 points, including four 3-pointers and led Solvay (11-5) past the Purple Tigers TuHy 42, Onondaga 39: Two i free throws by Maggie Riccardi I with 4.5 seconds to play com- pleted the scoring for Tully as the Black Knights post- ed a mild upset over the Tigers Weedsport 103. Rome Free Academy 77: With twins Mark and Matt Baker, seniors, setting pool records, Weedsport (5-4) splashed past winless host RFA (0-8) in an Onondaga League meet. Mark Baker sped to a re- cord 48.52 clocking in the 100-vard freestvle. while brother OL-l tUl 1V1 iii the 100-yard backstroke Oswego 99, West Genesee 75: Closing in on the Onondaga League crown, unbeaten Oswego (12-0) splashed past the Wild- cats by winning the first nine events. Scott Sarkissian took two first places: the 200 individual medley and the 500 free Liverpool 5, East Syracuse- Minoa 5: Matt Lawton excelled for Liverpool, rolling a 300 game and a 757 series at Strike N Spare Lanes. Mike Cavanaugh led ES-M with a 683 series. Girls bowling Wrestling Baldwinsville 47, Auburn 18: The Bees defeated the Ma- ES-M 2, Liverpool 2: In a first-place Onondasa League showdown, ES-M and Liverpool (37-3) divided four points. Liverpool's Ashley Dur- ham rolled 198-276-205 for a 679 series, and Marni Vincetore followed at 192-203-216 for 611. Jessica Blok again led the league-leadins Spartans with her 214-174-199-587 series. i i I Tne following boxscores and schedules were reported to The Post-Standard by coshes. Cor- rections maybe made by calling 470-2209. Boys basketball Colonial Auburn (63) Dan Zambito 8-3-24, Andy Hoercher 3-3-10. Dan Evans 4-1-9. AJ Murphy 2-4-8, Steve Deyo 2-0-5, Andy Krystofik 2-1-S. josh Martin t-0-2, John Mauro Greg Feocco 0-0-0. Totals: 22-12-63. 3-pt. goals: Dan Zambito 5, Andy Hoercher 1, Steve Deyo 1. 6-7 (9-8) Central Square (43) [rvan Brown 4-2-12, Tom Windhausen 3-2-9, Tyler Kurzinski 2-4-9. Jeff Stehle 2-5-9, Matt Spies 1-0-2, Mike Lewis 1-0-2, Zach Hart 0-0-0, Dave Barry 0-0-0, Justin McGrath 0-0-0, Wayne Wescott Totals: 13-13-43. 3-pt. goals: Irvan Brown 2, Tom Windhausen 1, Tyler Kur- zirski _ Auburn 22 10 18 13 63 Central Square 14 17 0 12 43 JV: Auburn won Non-league Canastota (52) Matt Brown 8-2-18, Kyle Savage 4-0-8, Joe Jar.uk 4-0-8, Mickey Rouse 2-0-4, James Lesher 2-0-4, Dan Campanaro 2-0-4, Troy Zielasko 1-0-2, Joe DiGeorge 1-0-2, Jeremy Harp 1-0-2. Totals: 25-2-52. 1-5 (2-12) Mount Marktem (72) Steve Casale 7-4-21, Anthony Gyer 9-0-18, fJick Locorini 5-1-11, Steve Entwistle 4-0-8, Chris En- twistle 3-0-6, Keith Entwistle 2-0-4, Joe Barietta 1-0-2, Andy Peo 1-0-2. Totals: 32-5-72. 3-pt. goals: Steve Casaie 3. __ ________ Canastota 18 6 18 10 52 Mount Markham _ 16 19 15 22 72 State boys basketball rankings Class AA 1. St Mary-S-CKSAA 2. Rice-NYC 3. Niagara Fafls-6 4. Rochester East-5 5. Christ the King-NYC 6. Albany CBA-2 7. Abraham Lincoln-NYC 8. Mount Vernon-1 (1 9. Schenertady-2 10. New Rochelle-1 11. Spring Valley-1 12. Frederick Douglass-NYC 13. St Raymond-NYC 14. White Piains-1 15-Poughkeepsie-1 16. BayShore-11 17. Holy Cross-NYC 18. Buffalo Riverside-6 19. Rush-Henriet- ta-5 20. Cardozo-NYC 21. Fair- port-5 22. Uniondale-8 23. Wings Academy-NYC 24. Syracuse Coreoran- 3 25. Smithtown-11 Class A 1. Port Chester-1 2. St. Anthony-CHSAA 3. Red Hook-9 4. Buffalo St. Joe- CHSAA 5. Buffalo Seneca-6 6. Sleepy Hollow-1 7. Albany Academy-2 8. Jamesvflfe-DeWttt-3 9. Utica Notre Damc-3 10. Geneva-5 11. St John's Prep-NYC 12. West Hempstead-8 13. Buffalo Canisius- 14. Pearl River-1 15.Jeri- cho-8 16. Lawrence-Woodmere-AIS 17. St Dominic-CHSAA 18. Scotia-2 19. Mtxko-3 20. tie Mount St Michael-NYC (10-2) and Peekskill-1 OassB 1. Lackawanna-6 2. Voorheesville-2 3. Somers J.F.K.-1 4. Southamp- ton-1 1 (1 5. Poly Prep-NYC 6. Og- 'densburg Free-10 7. Homell-S 8. Buffalo Nichols-AIS 9. Wilson-6 10. Saratoga Catholic-2 11. Sidney-4 12. Edgemorrt-1 13. Woodlands-1 14.Rye-1 15.Bayport-11 Class C 1. Heritagfr-3 2. Blind Brook-T 3. Sodus-5 4. Birghamton Seton- 4 5. Campbell-Savona-5 6. Red Jacket-5 7. Bloomfield-5 8. Ca- najoharie-2 9. Schenectady Christian-2 10. Spencer-Van Etten-4 11.Tully-3 12. Stillwater-2 13. Friends School-8 14. Wltertown LH.C- 15.Tuckahoe-1 Class D 1. Seward-9 2. Fort Edward-2 3. Newfield-4 4. Martin Luther King-1 5. Davenport-4 6. Pine Valley-6 7. Sadwts 8. Copen- 9. Genesee Valley-S 10. Willsboro-7 11. Dowrrsville-4 12. Whitesville-5 13. Chateaugay-10 14. PrattsburghS 15. LiSbon-10 Ubwty Solvay (44) Kylie BarMett 6-6-22, Chefcey Chavez-Egan 4-0-9, Carrie Smith 2-5-9, Becky Finch 1-2-4, Nikki Fall 0-0-0. Totals: 13-13-44. 3-pt goals: Kylie BarHett 4, Chehey Chavez-Egan 1.5-4 01-5) Shannon Fmuctne 4-1-11. Sarah Tytter 3-2-10, Walrath 34M, Becky Gosse 1-0-3, Mary Carmody 0-2-2. Natalie Khanaka 1-0-2. Totals: 12-5-36. goals: Tirzah Walrath 2, Sarah Tytter i Shannon Ftnucane 2, Becky Gosse 1. (2-14) JJonfan-EIbridge (35) Rachel Graf 4-1-10, Julie Bush 3-1-7, Jess Snyder 3-0-6, Jiil Donofrio i-3-5. Kara Humphreys 2-0-4, Ellen Dungey 1-0-3, Kim Stanton 0-0-0, Lindsay Merrill 0-0-0, Danielle Simmons 0-0-0, Erica Troia Sarah Hart 0-0-0, Colleen Ryan 0-0-0. Totals: 14-5-35.3-pt goals: Rachel Graf 1, Ellen Dungey 1. 5-6 Skaneateles J-E_________ Hfflary Pundt 3-2-8, MoRy McPedt 1-2-4, Caryn Gary 1-1-3, Lauren Warm 0-3-3, Andrei Ed- munds 1-0-1 Sara Karpen 1-0-2, Turwe 0-1-1, SUd 7-943.0-11 10 23 JV: Skaneateles won Patriot Pulaski (46) Erin Tracy 6-1-15, Trida Hax 3-4-11, Alycia Trump 2-2-6, Leah Ford 2-2-6, Stacey Petersen 1-5-3. Katie Krupks 1-0-2, Chelsey Doivney 0-2-2, Kristen Longley 0-1-1. Totals: 15-13-46. 3-pt. goals: Erin Tracy 2, Tricia Hax 1.8-5 (12-6) Artmar-Parish-Williamstown (64) Claire Murphy 11-2-24, Nicole Bowman 8-3-19, Rebecca Green 3-0-9. Katelyn Bowman 2-0-4, Kayla Perkins 2-0-4, Sue Fassler 0-2-2, Siarra Phillips 1-0-2, Samantha Sampson 0-0-0, Whit- ney Kerr 0-0-0, Ashley Priest 0-0-0, Erica Potter 0-0-0, Kayla Yager 0-0-0, Kristen Potter 0-0-0. Totals: 27-7-64.3-pt goals: Rebecca Green 3. 10-2 Pulaski A-P-W 12 9 10 15 46 16 15 13 20 64 JV: Pulaski won Weedsport (36) Sarah Lewis 2-1-5, Sherry Seamans 2-1-5, Megan Henderson 2-0-4, Rachel Waltzyk 2-0-4, Jessica Hammersley 0-4-4, Allie Beardsley 2-0-4, Jamie Winslow 1-1-3, Maria Barbagia 1-0-2, Jessica Hoffman 0-2-2, Cathy Roosa 1-0-2, Colby Springs 0-1-1. Totals: Fort Byron (4S) Courtney Dare 2-9-13, Molly Smith 5-0-10, Mai- lory Jakaub 2-5-9, Carolyn Coffa 2-1-5, Emery House 2-0-4. Amy Carberry 2-0-4, Megan Blau- veit 0-3-3, Misty Cook 0-1-1, Andrea Barreite 0-0-0, Ashley Bennett 0-0-0, Samantha Knapp 0-0-0, Mary Waterman 0-0-0. Totals: 15-19-49. 4-8 Weedsport 6 8 8 14 36 Part Byron S 12 16 16 49 JV: Port Byron won LaFayette (32) Megan Diefendorf 5-0-10, Heather McKay Eleni Gazotis 2-1-S, Colleen Dixon 0-4-4, Heidi McKay 1-0-3, Shannon Dauler 1-0-2, Wayva Waterman 1-0-2. Delane Harmatuk 0-0-0, Meredith Rodgers 0-0-0. Totals: 12-7-32. 3-pt goals: Heidi McKay 1.1-10 (3-13) Bishop Grimes (64) JoAnna Knox 5-0-11, Courtney Miller 4-3-11, Paige Orr 5-0-10, Sydney Pajack 4-0-8, Erin Lowe Erika Gang 3-0-6, Nicole Longo 2-1-5, Amanda Burke 1-1-3, Sarah Fayette 1-0-2. Tracey Knoop 1-0-2. Kelly Miller 0-0-0, Liz Kahl 0-0-0, Laura Sudol 04X1. Totals: 29-5-64.3-pt goals: JoAnna Knox 1.12-0 (14-2) LaFayette 2 10 11 9-32 Bishop Grimes 23 15 8 18 64 JV: Bishop Grimes won Onondaga (39) Undsey Abbott 5-3-14, Christine Nichols 3-0-8, Samantha Hoag 2-2-6, Hannah Wayson 2-1-6, Kaitlyn Emerson 1-3-5. Kelly Roach Tammy Shafron 0-0-0, Jesse Nunneker 0-0-0, Sarah Rasbeck 0-0-0. Totals: 13-9-39.3-pt. goals: Christine Nichols 2, Lindsey Abbott 1, Hannah Wayson 1.9-2 (12-4) Tully (42) Kristin Howe 4-2-11, Maggie Riccardi 3-2-9, AmyTwentyman 3-1-9, Megan Podsiedlik 2-2-6, Jennifer Collis 2-1-5, Heather DeRock 0-2-2, Kathryn Biggar 0-0-0. Totals: 14-1042. 3-pt. goals: AmyTwentyman 2, Maggie Riccar- di I.Kristin Howe 1.6-5 Onondaga Tulhr 6 8 14 11 39 10 12 10 10 42 JV: Tully won State Girls Basketball ranking. OassAA 1 Christ the King-CHSAA 2. Francis Lewis-PSAL 3. Northport-1 1 4. Murry Bergtraum-PSAL 5. Mount Ver- non-I 6. St Michael's-CHSAA 7. John f. Kennedy 8. El- mont-8 9. White Plains-1 10. St. Peter's (Staten IslandKHSAA 1 1 Greece Athena-5 12. Amsterdam-2 13. Holy Trinrty-CHSAA 14. Massapequa-8 15. St John the Baptist-CHSAA 16. Troy Catholic-2 17. Kdlenberg (Union- 18. Uniondale-8 19. Newburgh Free Academy-9 20. Holy An- gels OaaA 1. Lourdes (PoughkeepsieH 2. Honeoye 6. Garden Oty-8 7. Notre Dame Academy (Staten IslandKHSAA 8. West- hampton-1 1 fl. Htw HatttonM 10. Grand Wand-6 (1 11. Pearl River-1 (1 11 13. WHIiamsvilte 14. Sayville-1 1 Cornwall-. 1. John Gtenn-l 1 2. Burke Catholic-9 3. HWMII (ISO, 4. Northeast din- ton-7 5. SeuOi Mfmon-1 6. Wffertoo-5 7. FondfrFultomffle-2 Fredonia-6 Nazareth-5 10. Beekmantown-7 11. Afoeftia Magmn-l 12. HigMand-9 13. Putnam VaRey- 1 14. Schuylerville-2 15. tie Mal- verne-8 !6-1) and Mount St. Ursula (NYQ- OassC 1. tie East Rockaway-S (8-0) and Nichols (Buffa- 3. Poly Prep (NYQ-A1S 4. Tuxedo-9 S. Brushton-Moira-10 6. Haldane-1 7. Gyde-Savannah-5 8. Immaculata-CHSAA 9. Lansing-4 10. Honeoye-5 11. Galway-2 12. 13. Watkins Glen-4 14. Lake George-2 15. tis Stony Brook-11 (8-3) and Blind Brook-1 Class D 1. Madrid-Waddington-10 2. Jasper- Troupsburg-5 Pine Vailey-6 .a Hammond-10 5. New York Mills-3 6. South Kortright-4 7. Down- Kille-4 (12-21 8. Jackets Hartjor-3 9. 10. Chape! 11. Chazy-7 12. Batavia Notre Dame-5 13. Hartford-2 14. Elba-5 Boys hockey Division 2 Whitesbcro 4, Hamilton 2 Hamilton: Patrick Dougherty 2-0, Sam Camp- bell-Beacock 0-1, Ricky Galvez 0-1, Pat McGuig- gan 0-1. Saves: Jon Lampe 31.2-6 (5-11) Whrtesboro: Adam Pawlick 2-0, Andy Starczew- ski 2-0, Brad Harder 0-1, Otto Isenberg 0-1, Keith Williams 0-1. Saves: Vinny Militano 18. Hamilton Whrtesboro 0 1 1__1 1 2 Boys Hockey rankings State team rankings Division One 3. Oswego-3 4. Baldwirtt- wille-3 5, Shenendehowa-2 6. Lancaster-6 7. Suffem-1 8. Williamsville North-6 9. Rochester McQuaid-5 10. tie lthaca-4 (11-4-3) and Uverpool-3 Division Two 1. ainton-3 2. Williamsville East-6 3. Sohray-3 4. Glens Falls-2 5. Skaneateles-3 6. Whrte- sboro-3 7. New Hartford-3 8. Queensbury-2 9. Vifilliam- sville South-6 10. Pelham-1 Wrestling Class A Baldwinsville 47 Auburn 18 DeMent pinned Zach Sears (Aub) :09; Caloia (Bvll) won by forfeit; Famham (Bvll) pinned Zac Darling (Aub) Lang (Bvll) pin- ned Rob Byrd (Aub) 235; Pagan (Aub) dec. Corey Gregory (Bvll) 6-5; Palmer pinned Jason Seczepanski (Aub) Castro (Bvll) dec Jon Greene (Aub) 11-3; Montgomery (Aufa) won by for- feit LaPan (Bvll) dec. Kevin Farrar (Aub) 9-3; Serrrvais (Aub) dec. Justin Elliot (Bvll) 9-5; Todzia (Bvll) pin- ned DJ Delaney (Aub) Hutch- ings (Aub) pinned Andrew Clark (Bvll) Class B Homer 43 16 Baker (Horn) pinned Mike Savasta- no Burhans (Horn) won by forfeit; Rumsey (Horn) dec. AJ Nunez 14-4; Austin (Horn) pinned Pat Rasanio Grobsmith pinned Shawn Sweeney (Horn) 235; Shanahan (Horn) won by forfeit Reese (Horn) dec Jason Sloan Holmes (Horn) dec. Aaron Busch (SW) 3-0; McKee dec. Logan Williams (Horn) 10-8. OT; 160-Adam Gilliland (Horn) dec Bret Anthony 16-9; Monroe dec Jimmy Walling (Horn) 9-6; Coger dec Mike DiOrio (Horn) 18-ft Sautter (Horn) won by forfeit Match played on MMvellw.48 Cost (Marc) pinned Mike Savastano Wheeler (Marc) won by forfeit; 119-Vito Argese (Marc) dec AJ Nunez (SfW) 7-5; 125-GK4 (Marc) pinned Pat Rasanio Grobsmith won by tech. fall over Mike Esposito (Marc) 21-6; 135-Jason Sloan pinned David Vaga (Marc) 140-Oan Mclntosh (Marc) dec. Aaron Busch 5-3; McKee won by for- feit; Reedy (Marc) pinned Bret An- thony Ryan (Marc) pin- Monroe W) dec Jesse Marshall (Marc) 13-2; Gosson (Mart) won by forfeit; DeMerritt (Marc) won by forfeit. OafMfti Brawn 3S WMaftOwntt Bohn (Wat) pinned Eric Munk (Wat) pinned Tyler Cad (GBr) 119-luke Bohn (Wat) dec. Justin Green (GBr) 8-4; Earner (GBr) pinned Peter NeW (Wat) 4KJ8; 130-Mike Kampnkh (GBr) pinned Jake Bohn (Wat) Blevins (GBr) pinned Matt Bamiak (Wat) Gentile (Wat) won by forfeit Munk (GBr) won by forfeit; Shippee (GBr) dec. Josh Cox (Wat) 12-4; Kitto (GBr) dec. Andrew Wren (Wat) 15-5; Adams (Wat) dec. Tyler Flath (GBr) 9-3; Tundo (GBr) dec. Andrew Corbett (Wat) 11-4; Farmer (Wat) dec. Mark Merle (GBr) 12-2. Holland Patent 37 Camden 27 Stevens (HP) dec. Cory Sellin (Cam) 5-0; Vaile (Cam) dec. Steve Win- field (HP) 7-0; Porter (HP) won by for- feit; Best (Cam) pinned Kris Burger Wines (Cam) Noonan (HP) Grinnell (Cam) pinned Jon Harvey (riP) Frucselfa (HP) pinned Matt McDa- nieis (Cam) Quesnell (HP) dec. Ben franklin (Cam) 12-2; Ko- dec Josh Lefler (Cam) 9-1; Reese (HP) dec. Logan Petrie (Cam) 14-2; Short (HP) dec. Brett Yerdon (Cam) 9-0; Doxtator (HP) pinned Eric Drought (Cam) Duell (Cam) pinned Jeremy Doxtator (HP) Girls volleyball Colonial Liverpool def. Rome Free Academy Rome Free leaders: Jennifer Bunker 2k. Rachel Eggan 2k. Mandy Fitzerald lac. Ashley Jones lac Briana Middleby 3k. Danielle Phillips 3as. Laura Reckley Ik, Ibk. Kahla Renzi lac. Breanne Warren 5as. Rome Free record." 3-8 (3-8) Liverpool leaders: Courtney Adams 6k. 6ac. Natalie Bisignano 2k, 2ac, 4bk. Kaylin Brainerd 3k, 6ac, 23as, 1bk. Jennifer Hall 5k. Christa Parlour Ik. Megan Rodgers 1k, 1ac 2as. Erica VanRiper 1k, 1ac. Liverpool record: 12-1 (13-2) JV: Liverpool won. Fayetteville-Manlius def. Cicero- North Syracuse F-M leaders: Sarah Byrne 10k, 2ac, las, Ibk. Sandra Devito 9k, 2ac. 4bk. Emily Emerson lac Ibk. Lisa Goyette 3k. 13C Danyelle Griffin 7k, 1ac 3bk. Lily Mundy 1k. Sac. 27as. Ibk. Lynn Schrayshuen 2k, 1as. F-M record: 10-1 (11-1) C-NS leaders: Brittney Lindley 1ac 17as. Kim Quartier7k, 1ac. Alison Houghtaling 3k, 1bk. Stephanie Sylvia 2k, 1ac las. Ibk. Erin Pratte 8k. Kristine Gauthier 4as. Kayleigh Cassetta 4k. C-NS record: 6-5 (6-6) Auburn def. Central Square 25-16, Central Square leaders: Stephanie Bova 4k, lac, 28as. Erica Stevenson 7k, 2ac Dana Doyle 5k, 1bk. Val Bova 5k, 4ac 2as. Sierra Masters 7k, Ibk. Allisyn Donnelly lac, lOas. Kasey Wilckens 1k. Central Square record: 7-5 (7-5) Auburn leaders: Camille Clay 4k. 3ac. Blair Freeman 6k- Kathryn Freeman 2k. Michelle Grassi Sac. Courtney Miskell 4k, 7ac, 6as. Step- hanie Ryan 8k. Emily Turner 6k. lac. 17as. Au- burn record: 8-4 (11-4) JV: Auburn won. Liberty Westhill def. Phoenix 25-17 Westhill leaders: Laura Mitchell 4k, 2as. Mag- gie Mikiich 2ac 22as. Mallory Kearns 13k. lac. Jessica Mitryk 3k. Danielle Cota 13k, 2ac, Ibk. Jenni Jerome 2k, 2bk. Jenni Martens 1 k. lOas. Andrea Corpora 5k, 1ac. Ashley Kanavy 1ac Anna Hutchings 3ac. Westhill record: 12-3 (14-3) Phoenix leaders: Kim Bean 5k, 2ac. Stacy Bigsby 3k, lac Kelly Dausman 1k, 3ac, lOas. Heather Goodfeilow iac. Jeri-Lyn Pope 4k, Ibk. Katrina Timm Ik, Ibk. Phoenix record: 3-13 (3-13) Mexico def. Chittenango 25-10 Mexico leaders: Samantha Barnes 1k, Sac. Dan- ielle Phelps 4k, Sac, las. Kate Rudy Sac, 2as. Danielle Lichtenstein 6k. Ashley Rombough 13k, 1ac Sierra Summerville 18as. Rachel Barnes 2as. Brittany Buske 1k. Mexico record: 13-1 (14-1) Chittenango leaders: Debbie Blass4as. Mo Pelot 2k. Carey Glover 1 as Mallory Van Ant- werp 5k, 2ac, 3as. Kaylee Kraus 2k. Kelsey Brady Ik. Chittenango record: 7-6 (8-6) Skarwatete def. Christian Brothers Academy Skaneateles leaders: Denise Hardy 3k, 2bk. Meg Conan 3k, 9ac. Sara Hauschild Ik. Corinna Doctor 1k, 4ac, 20as. Kristen Bennett 7k, Ibk. Meg Dwyer 5k, lac Brittany Bird 1k, 2as. Anna Leiss 3k. Efa Rybcyzk Ik. Jessica Chalupuicki 1k. Skaneateles record: 9-4 (10-4) C3A leaders: Katie-Sue Scullin 3k. Stephanie Spkciati Ik, lac, 2as. Katie Callahan 1k, lac, ?Mr Frarwevs Minale Bridoet Saroff 2k. CBA record: 5-10 (5-10) Homer def. Bishop Uidden 29-17. Bishop Ludden leaden: My Cerimdi 7k. 2m. Ali Oropallo 4k. Betsy Cote Ik, Ibk. Erin Kompf lac. Brittany White 8k, 4ac, Ibk. Alexandra Truex 4k, 4ac, las. Amanda Gajew- ski 4k, 4ac 2as. Bishop Ludden record: 1-13 (1-15) Homer leaders: Danielle Aktrich 3k- Jetmi De- wttt Ik, lat, 2m. Jessica Fuller 5k, Sac, Kristy Jensen 3ae. Sierra McNemey lac Mkh- efle Murphy 6k, Sac Sarah Murphy 4k. 4ac 9as. Emily Neiderman Ibk. Hanne Steen 3k. Ibk. Katie Wick 13k. 2ac, 1as. Homer record: 3-8 (4-9) JV: Homer wop. Patriot Weedsport def. Port Byron 25-22, 20-25, Port Syron leaders: Ashley Church 4k, 3ac. las. KariDeBois11k, 3ac, las. Ashley Leja Ik. Re- becca Manrow 3k. lac. Tricis Porten Ik, 2ac. Heather Saroodis 10k, 2ac 2as. Stephanie Van- Ditto Ik, 24as. Jenny Whiften 2k, 1as. Port Byron record: 5-9 (5-9) Weedsport leaders: Whitney Porter 7k. 3ac, 2as, 3bk. Jennifer Montross Ik. Jessica James 3k, 4ac, 19as. Jessica Spingler 2k. 3ac. Sarah James 3k. 2ac Weedsport record: 8-6 (8-6) JV: Weecisport won. Tully def. Onondaga 25-22, 25-11, 25-22 Tully leaders: Deanna Byrnes 3k. lac Ibk. Taryn Cazzolli 1k. Molly Dando 2k. 2ac, Ibk. Brenda Hartnett 5k, 3ac Meagan Jean Ik. Katie Shute 3ac. 7as. Kathleen Stewart 10k, 9ac. Hollie Williams 2k, 13as. Tully record: 13-1 (15-1) Onondaga leaders: Ashley Eipp 2k, 5as. Mac- kenzie Cook Sk, 2ac, 6bk. Christina Salisbury Ibk. Nikki Gremillion Ik, 2bk. Alison Shute Ik. Ashley Edinger 2k, 2ac. Onondaga record: 4-8 (4-12) JV: Onondaga won. Hannibal def. Cato-Meridian 25-12, 25-19, 25-15 Hannibal leaders: Liz Bolting 1k, 3ac, 15as. Amy Bukolt 3k, 7ac Kim Butterfield las. Kiiey Casper 6k, Sac. Tiffany Cudd 1as. Shannon Kel- logg 5k. 3ac. Cori Nichols 3k, 2ac. Sam Wagner Cato-Meridian leaders: Katelyn Canning Ik. Marianne Hirsh 5k. Kaitin Holt Ik. Megan Nightengale Ik. 5as. Grace Opderbeck4k, las. Claire Stryker 2k, 6as. Jessica Wilkins 2k. Cato- Meridian record: 3-10 (5-12) LaFayette def. Bishop Grimes 25-8. 25-5, 23-10 Bishop Grimes leaders: Jessica Borawski las. Rebecca DiGuacomo 1k. KatieGensei lac 1as. Sarah Lang Ik. Kim Pompo Ik. Bishop Grimes record: 0-14 (0-15) LaFayette leaders: Hillary Adam Ik, 5ac. Ashley Brown 1k, 2ac. Winonah Cook 2k, 3ac, 2as. Jor- danne Delelys 2k, Sac 3as. Brittany Drumm 1k. Kathy Harrington 5k. Gwen Hayward 2k, lac 3as, Ibk. Caws Linger Ik. 2ac. Alyssa Wirth 4k. Sarah Wolf Ik, lac, las. LaFayette record: 14-0 (16-0) JV: LaFayette won. Boys volleyball Vemon-Verona-Sherrill def. Canas- tota 25-12, 25-13, 25-20 Clancy 11 kills. 6 digs. 1 ace; Andy Opperman S kills, 5 digs. 2 blocks; Justin Bonaventura 5 kills, 1 block; Matt LaVine 4 kills, 23 assists, 2 aces. 1 block; Tim Karhnak 3 kills, 2 blocks; Matt Luvera 2 kills; Travis Yoxall 12 assists; Eric Planck 7 digs. Orappell 7 kills, 4 blocks, 1 ace, 1 dig; Scott Monica 4 kills, 2 blocks; Ben Harp 3 assists 1 ace. Oneida def. Chittenango 26-24, Chambers 12 kills, 17 digs, 1 block; Ryan Collins 14 kills, 13 digs, 4 blocks; Nick Krenn 11 kills, 8 digs; Steve Pendleton 6 kills, 27 assists, 2 aces, 11, Hannan 2 blocks, 4 digs; Tristan Nowak 3 kills, 3 blocks, 1 dig; Alex Ha- chey 7 assists, 1 block; Jason Belyea 2 kills, 2 blocks. Boys swimming 97, Mexico 84 200 medley relay: (Jack Fletcher, Mike McDonough, Matt Lowery, Drew Ristau 200 freestyle: Mike McDonough 200IM: Tim Hartnett (Mex) 50 freestyle: Michael fiorenstein Div- ing: Clayton Sutton 100 butter- fly: Jacob Schoeneck 100 freestyle: Man Lowery :54.27; 500 freestyle: Shawn Parkhurst (Mex) 200 freestyle relay: (Brandon Camperlino, Mark Jack Fletcher, Brendan Hall 100 backstroke: Mike McDonough :S6.94; 100 breaststroke: Christian Larra- bee 400 freestyle relay: Mex (Paul Dawson, Steve Delles, Tim Hartnett. Will Paquette 9-2 Mexico: 4-7 Oswego 99, West Genesee 75 20C medley relay: Osw (Eric Strahley, Chet Mazur, Jake Pagano, Graham Thieben 2CO freeze: Matt Rein (Osw) 200 IM: Scott Sarkissian (Osw) 50 freestyle: Erie Strahley (Osw) :23.63; Diving: John Proietti (Osw) 215.40; 100 butterfly: Ian MatDonald (Osw) 100 freestyle: Jake Pagano (Osw) :5t.35; SCO freestyle: Scott Sarkissian (Osw) Zach Smith (Osw) 200 freestyle relay: Osw (Jake Pagano, Mack Chip- man, Matt Rertz. Scott Sarkissian 100 backstroke: Nate Butter (WG) 21; 100 br.aststr.ke: Matt Ball (WG) 400 freestyle relay: WG (Sean Apodoca, Tyrnek lewtak, Shawn Connor, Conor Donahoe West Genesee: 3-7 Oswego: 12-0 Weedsport 103, Rome Free Academy 77 200 medley relay: Weed (Man Baker, Mark Baker, Paul Yorio, Justin Freisen 200 freestyle: Alex Baker (Weed) 200 IM: Justin Freisen (Weed) 50 freestyle: Matt Baker (Weed) :22.9S; Diving: Katie Scar- brough (Weed) 159.30; 100 butterfly: Alex Cross (RFA) 100 freestyle: Mark Baker (Weed) :48.52 [POOL 500 freestyle: Alex Baker (Weed) 200 freestyle relay: Weed (Mark ?au! Yorio, Corey Hinman. Alex Baiter 100 backstroke: Matt Baker (Weed) :55.45 [POOL 100 breaststroke: Drew Hill (RFA) 400 freestyle relay: RFA (Eric Gushue, John Perez. Craig Noyes. Mike Mack Weedsport: 4-3 Rome Free Academy: 0-8 Boys bowling West Genesee 7. Baldwinsville 7 Baldwinsville leaders: Brett Cunningham 279-678, Ryan Calkins 2357616. West Genesee leaders: Mike Pekala 220-572. Chris Kilburn 201. Liverpool 5, East Syracuse-Minna 5 ES-M leaders: Mike Cavanaugh 237-683, Craig Simiensyk 225-612, Mike Piraino 227-591. Liverpool leaders: Matt 300-757. Dan Strong 255-660. Todd Barfield 245-637. Girls bowling Liverpool 2, East Syracuse-Minoa 2 ES-M leaders: Jessica Blok 214-587. Lisa Hinman 215-566. Liverpool leaders: Ashley Durham 276-679, Marni Vincitore 216-611. Baldwinsville 4, West Genesee 0 Baldwinsville leaders: Tara Champion 221-517, West Genesee leaders: Caroline Clabaugh 211-484, Melissa Newvine 161-439. Boys skiing i Patent Invitatio Holland Patent Invitational First run team Bolton Landing 17, 2. Rome Free Academy 22, 3. South Lewis Maniius Pebble Hill 32, 5. Holland Patent 42.6. LowviHe Old Forge 45. Top individual Brian Newman (MPH) 42.95; 2. Charlie Russell (Bol) 43.09; 3. John Sammis (Low) 43.42; 4. tie Sean Pfau (Bol) and Patrick Salmon (SL) 45.37; 6. Sam Swan (RFA) 46.55; 7. Clayton Reynolds (RFA) 47.08; 8. Greg Meola (HP) 47.36; 9. Marc Kullrnan (RFA) 47.72; 10. Tyler McDonald (SL) 47.74. Second nm team Bolton Landing South Lewis Maniius Pebble Hill 27, 4. Rome Free Academy 35, 5. Holland Patent 38, 6. Old Forge 40, 7. Lowville43. Top individual Brian Newman (MPH) 42.20; 2. John Sammis (Low) 43.51; 3. Charlie Russell (Bol) 43.86; 4. Jacob Conway (SL) 44.97; 5. Sean Pfau (Bol) 46.05; 6. Alex Mitchell (OF) 46.11; 7. Sam Swan (RFA) 46.61; 8. Patrick Salmon (5L) 47.55; 9. Greg Meola (HP) 47.82; 10. Ed Telling (MPH) 48.03. Girls skiing Holland Patent Invitational First run team Old Forge 15, 2. Holland Patent 21, 3. Rome Free Academy 27, 4. Solton Landing 29, 5. Maniius Pebble Hill 36, 6. Lowville South Lewis 52. Top individual Grace Sack (MPH) 45.16; 2. Sara Berkstresser (OF) 48.94; 3. Susan Smith (independent) 49.38; 4. Abby Bradley (HP) 49.43; 5. Kayla Dewey (RFA) 49.47; 6. Ker- rin Ehrensbeck (OF) 49.84; 7. Kristen Anthony (Bol) 50.71; 8. Audrey Joyal (HP) 50.75; 9. Karen Streeter (independent) 50.90; 10. Emily Cro- neiser (OF) 52.05. Second run team Old Forge Holland Patent 21, 3. Rome Free Academy 27, 4. Bolton Landing Maniius Pebble Hill 36, 6. Lowville 47, 7. South Lewis 53. Top individual Grace Sack (MPH) 44.90; 2. Abby Bradley (HP) 49.08; 3. Kayla Dewey (RFA) 49.46; 4. Sara Berkstresser (OF) 49.75; 5. Susan Smith (independent) 49.87; 6. Kerrin Ehrensbeck (OF) 50.85; 7. Kristen Antho- ny (Bol) 51.54; 8. Karen Streeter (independent) 51.68; 9. Audrey Joyal (HP) 51.84; 10. Sinead Carney (independent) 53.13. Today Boys hockey Skaneateles at Solvay, p.m. Baldwinsville at Auburn, 6 p.m. Ontario Bay at 7 p.m. F-M at West Genesee, p.m. Oirttenango vs. Cortland at Cornell University, 4p.m. F-P at Cato-Meridian, 6 p.m. west Genesee at C-NS, 6 p.m. Rome Free at Ilion, 6 p.m. Girlf volleyball Henninger at Nottingham, 4 p.m. J-E at Solvay, 5p.m. Fowler at Fulton. p.m. Cortland at j-D, 6 p.m. Tully at Mt. Markham, 6 p.m. Homer at Mexico, 7 p.m. Central Square at Auburn, 7 p.m. swlmiMM FuKorVBishop luddat Baldwinsville, S p.m. Oneida at V-V-S, 4p.m.
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