Class C2 Pre-Quarterfinal
#6 Gananda Blue Panthers vs #11 Oakfield-Alabama Lady Hornets
Went to 5 sets with OA taking the win
OA: 25 15 25 17 15
G: 23 25 22 25 13
Stats for Gananda:
Maria Melnik - 22 digs, 12 kills, 5 aces
Claire Dohse - 18 assists, 10 digs
Ava VanAntwerp - 13 kills, 5 blocks
Stats for OA:
Cara Williams - 19 digs, 8 kills, 4 aces
Sayde Bush - 7 digs, 6 kills, 2 aces
Cali Cramer - 22 digs
Katelynn Williams - 8 digs, 4 kills
Friday, October 20
Sodus v Marion
Marion won in three sets with the scores of 25-14, 25-16, 25-15.
Marion stats to report:
Alivia Vandergrift 3 kills 2 digs
Grace Colburn 2 kills 1 block 2 aces
Kayla Bellefontaine 9 kills
Sienna Mattison 3 kills 3 aces 11 assists 1 dig
Sodus stats to report:
Jewel Munger: 6 kills
Giselle Santa Cruz: 3 aces, 4 kills
In the season finale of the 2023 season, the Gananda/ER Flag Football team defeated Waterloo, 90-12, to finish 8-1 on the season. Leading the way for the Bombers was team captain Cohen Enright with three TD’s and an extra point, Hunter O’Connell, and Sam Harris with two TD’s, team captain Franklin Wegman with one TD and one extra point, team captains Ethan Perry and John Crawford with a TD each, and Ashton Caruso, Keaton Schenk, Delmar Lipford Jr. and Devin Hartsfield with one TD each. Caleb Cline and Antonio Rivera each had two extra points, and team captain Nate Ramsay had one extra point.
On the season, Enright finished with 21 TD’s, two passing TD’s and two extra points; O’Connell with 10 TD’s and three extra points; Harris with nine TD’s and five extra points; Wegman with nine TD’s and four extra points; Lipford Jr. with eight TD’s; Finn Abernathy with 4 TD’s and one extra point; Rivera with three TD’s and 11 extra points; Hartsfield with three TD’s; Cline with two TD’s and five extra points; Mikey Henry with two TD’s and two extra points; Caruso with two TD’s; with one TD apiece was Jack Dimassimo, Hayden Huff, Schenk, Perry, and Crawford; Max Godshall and Ramsay each had two extra points.
Bombers’ leading scorers, Cohen Enright, left, with 21 TD’s, and Hunter O’Connell, right, with 10 TD’s.