The Orange and Blue basketball express keeps winning. The Penn Yan Mustang boy’s basketball team rolled over Greece Odyssey Leopards 66-40 in a non-league contest played in Penn Yan Monday evening. The Mustang offense kicked into high in the second half, outscoring their Rochester guests 41-23. The victory improves Penn Yan’s early season mark to 4-0. The Leopards suffered their first setback of the season. They are 2-1.
Waterloo 60 Penn Yan 30
The Penn Yan Mustang wrestling team opened their 2017-18 season Dec. 7 at home. The Orange and Blue grapplers captured four wins by fall but it would prove to be too little. Waterloo defeated Penn Yan 60-30. Caleb Plain (132 lbs. ), Jarred Calice (138 lbs), Nate Elliot (152 lbs), and Coty Bailey (170 lbs) scored wins by fall. Ayden Mowry accepted a forfeit in the 99 lbs. match.
The Penn Yan Mustang boy’s basketball team picked up their third straight win of the season and also scored win number one in Finger Lakes East League play. Penn Yan 48 Pal-Mac 41
The Orange and Blue defeated Pal-Mac 48-41 on the PYA hardwood court Friday night. The Mustangs jumped out early and held a slight 18-16 lead at the half. The teams were tied at 29 at the end of the third quarter.
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