AVON — Host Avon/Geneseo wrestling won eight of the nine matches contested during their 43-21 victory over Warsaw Tuesday night.

Avon/Geneseo picked up six pinfalls in the match — all six coming within the first minute of action — as Ryan Farley (102) pinned Warsaw’s Priyanka Monger in 55 seconds; Cameron King (132) pinned Hailey DeGroff in 58 seconds; Ryan Caudill (145) pinned Dylan Crater in 20 seconds; William Greenwood (160) pinned Warsaw’s Daniel DeBadts in 26 seconds; Aydan Reid (172) pinned Landon Nickerson in 37 seconds and Evan Farrell (189) pinned Tristan Petranek in 48 seconds.

At 110 pounds, A/G’s Reese Levendusky defeated Jackson Conway by a 4-2 score and at 126 pounds A/G’s Hunter Rumfola won a 13-5 major decision over Warsaw’s Justin Baker.

Warsaw’s lone on the mat victory came in thrilling fashion at 138 pounds when Santosh Mongar rallied for the 12-11 victory over Chris Thompson.

“The kids were happy to get out on the mat tonight and wrestle,” A/G coach Andy Englert said. “It has been a long time coming and they were really excited.”



Le Roy and Cal-Mum both won three head to head matches but Cal-Mum picked up four forfeits in their LCAA victory Tuesday.

Cal-Mum had three pins over the Knights as Isaac Crane (152) pinned Nate Andrews in 3:01, Joseph Bodley (172) pinned Jack Lathan in 2:55 and Bobby Poles-Harrison pinned Noah Keys in just 32 seconds.

Le Roy had two pinfalls and a major decision.

At 126 pounds, Joe Brennan pinned Cal-Mum’s Austin Pittman in 3:35 while at 138 pounds Cole Rauscher pinned Zachary Kuhn in 1:16.

At 160, Le Roy’s Brock Flint earned a 13-2 decision over Garret Thompson.


Pinfalls by Gavin Hart (160) and Nate Lafaye (189) lifted Dansville wrestling past Letchworth 36-30 Tuesday night in Dansville.

Devin Douglas (126), Gavin Brooks (132), Evan Pruonto (172) and Preston Bell (285) each picked up forfeits for the Mustangs.

Letchworth pinfall winners included Derrick Smith (118), Chris Shearing (145) and Ryleigh Duryee (152).


Ivan West and Winston Sarhle won by pins for Perry during their loss to the Red Raiders Tuesday.

Perry’s Noah Leitten then had a come from behind win at 110 pounds beating his Hornell opponent by a 9-8 score.

Perry’s Zach McCowen won by pin in his exhibition march.

“The boys did a good job considering the time frame of preparation and circumstances,”Perry coach Phillip Leitten said.



Evan Raniewicz and Kyle Wade combined for 35 points 14 rebounds and 12 assists as Cal-Mum whipped Keshequa Tuesday night.

Raniewicz, this week’s Dansville Chrysler Dodge Jeep LCN Athlete of the Week, finished with 18 points to go with seven rebounds and five assists.

Wade had his usual big game with 17 points along with seven rebounds, seven assists and six steals.

Cal-Mum led 38-24 at the half but went on a 27-6 third quarter run to take a commanding 65-30 lead.

Nate Howard added his first career double-double for Cal-Mum with 12 points and 10 rebounds while Mark Poles-Harrison and Mason Nusbickel added eight and seven points respectively.

Keshequa (0-2) was led by Wyatt Burnett with 13 points while Riley Reese and Tyler Mallaber added nine and eight points respectively.

“Cal-Mum played outstanding,” Keshequa coach Jordan Minnis said. “They are so fast and can score with such ease that they are a really difficult match up for anyone they play. Playing teams like Cal-Mum will only make us better. With such a short season, we have no other choice but to move forward because we play against a really good York team on Thursday.”

The victory was -295 for his career for Cal-Mum coach Dan Dickens.

“I thought the first and third period we played with a high level of intensity,” Cal-Mum coach Dan Dickens said. “We got out and got some easy buckets in transition. Just trying to get better every day.”


Host York jumped out to a 37-18 first period lead thanks to 14 first period points from senior James Kennedy as the Golden Knights (1-1) cruised to the easy win over Mt. Morris Tuesday.

Kennedy finished with 16 points all in the first half.

Sophomore Maddox Timothy was red-hit from the outside as he scored 15 points including three 3-pointers.

York led 61-31 at the half.

Freshmen Tyler Brady and Jake Pangrazio scored 12 and 10 points respectively while junior Austin Flynn scored 11 points.

York hit 15 three-pointers in the game.

Mt. Morris (0-2) was led by Stephen Somers with 18 points while Payton Bounds scored nine. Freshman Mason Santini scored six for the Blue Devils.

“I’m really pleased with the team effort tonight,” York head coach Eddie Orman Jr. said. “We were able to maintain intensity throughout the game and really shot the ball well. It was fun to see some of our younger guys settle in during and play a little more relaxed. Just like we didn’t have much time to feel bad after our loss to Cal-Mum, we don’t have much time to celebrate tonight. We need to refocus and get ready for our first road game Thursday at Keshequa.”


Michael John Grover scored a career high 36 points and grabbed 10 rebounds as Perry (1-1) defeated Warsaw in LCAA D-II action Tuesday.

Caleb Carr added four points and 13 rebounds while Riley Kowaz scored six points and hauled down eight boards for the Yellowjackets.

“It was a great defensive effort by our team tonight,” Perry coach Anthony Macaluso said.


Visiting Geneseo improved to 2-0 on the season with the victory over Pavilion Tuesday night.

Geneseo senior Adam Wright led the Blue Devils with 20 points while Eghosa Okpefe added nine points and 10 rebounds.

“Geneseo was a problem on the glass all game and really overwhelmed us with their size,” Pavilion coach Jack Jeffres said. “Adam Wright does what he does best and put the ball in the basket. Eghosa Okpefe was a force inside and played a strong game as well.”

For Pavilion (1-1), Dylan Dziekan was all over the place defensively and led Pavilion with 15 points while Trevor Wiedrich added 12 points and five rebounds. Pavilion hosts Mount Morris Thursday.


Visiting Avon was led by Zach Colvin’s 23 points including 14 in the first period when the Braves opened up a big lead.

Roman Volpe and Dylan Smith also scored in double figures for the Braves (2-0) with 11 and 10 points respectively.

Letchworth (1-1) was led by Lucas Hansen with 11 points.

“Avon was well prepared and played great tonight,” Letchworth coach Tyler King said. “They certainly looked like the defending sectional champions and clicked on all cylinders. We had very little answers for their offensive attack.”


Trailing by eight points at the half, visiting Livonia outscored Le Roy 17-3 in the third period to take control en route to the D-I victory Tuesday to improve to 3-0 on the season.

Livonia outscored LeRoy 35-17 in the second half.

Alex Minnehan had a game-high 25 points and Steffan Gwyn finished with 20 for the Bulldogs.

Shawn Minnehan added 11 points.

“LeRoy was getting very good looks on our man defense and scoring pretty much when they wanted too,” Livonia coach Matt Young said. “We switched defense at the half to try to slow them down and get our transition offense going. And we got both! We played much better in the second half and hit our foul shots. We were 1/6 in first half and hit 14/17 in the second half — it was a tail of two different halves for us. Proud of the way the guys responded in the second half.”

Mitchel Hockey led LeRoy (1-1) with 10 points.

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