Mustangs will host Wayland-Cohocton Feb. 24; Wildcats travel to LeRoy Feb. 23
Penn Yan 69 Greece Olympia 60
The Penn Yan Mustang boy’s basketball team successfully took their first step toward a possible Section V championship Wednesday night in Penn Yan. The hometown Mustangs, the #2 seed in the Class B bracket, defeated a stubborn Greece Olympia team from Rochester 69-60 to advance to the next round of the tourney.
The opening round of this year’s Section V Girl’s Basketball Tournament was not kind to the three local high school girl’s programs. Penn Yan, Marcus Whitman, and Dundee came up on the short end of their games in the opening rounds. All three teams will pack away their basketball equipment for another year.
The 2017-18 local high school bowling season came to an end last week. The Section V High School Bowling tournament was held at ATM Gates Lanes in Rochester with the Penn Yan Mustang, Dundee Scot, and Marcus Whitman bowlers competing for Section V honors. The Marcus Whitman Wildcat boy’s squad captured the Class D championship picking up 5,142 total pins.
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Selecting a term
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