The Moravia girls basketball team went 1-1 over the weekend at the Owego Tournament, falling to Ithaca 61-53 on Friday before rebounding Saturday to beat Hinsdale 54-10.

Against Hinsdale, Sierra Lyon led the Blue Devils with 16 points, seven rebounds, eight assists, four steals and a block, while Maddie Funk scored eight points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Kaelyn Stanton added eight points.

In the loss versus Ithaca, Grace Wasileski scored a team-high 18 points while Allie Genson added 11. Lyon chipped in with 12 rebounds, five assists, three steals and two blocks.

Lyon was named to the all-tournament team.

Moravia (2-1) travels to Whitney Point Tuesday.


Geneva 62, Weedsport 57 (overtime): The Warriors were felled in the championship of the Waterloo Hall of Fame Classic. 

Jake O'Connor led Weedsport with 20 points, while Jack Benedict scored 11 and Jeff DeJohn added 10. 

On Friday, the Warriors defeated Waterloo 74-57, led by O'Connor's 19 points. In that game, DeJohn added 17 points, Riley Spingler posted 16 points and Benedict finished with 10. 

O'Connor and DeJohn were both named to the all-tournament team. 

Weedsport is 1-1 and travels to Manlius-Pebble Hill Wednesday. 


Cato-Meridian Duals: The Blue Devils finished 1-4 as a team but had two wrestlers finish perfect on the day.

Both Ethan Scanlan (160) and Nick Schmidtt (285) went 5-0 on the day, while Hunter White (126) finished 4-1.

Penfield, Mynderse Academy, Baldwinsville, West Genesee and Red Creek were the other schools participating.

Cato-Meridian takes on Jordan-Elbridge Wednesday.


Skaneateles 3, Massena 2: Megan Teachout scored twice and Ioanna Christou added the other goal for the Lakers. Cecily Kawejsza picked up an assist and Jess Smith made 18 saves.


Cayuga CC 75, Clinton CC 59: The Spartans scored 31 points in the first quarter and led 45-33 at halftime.

Lauren Clifford narrowly missed out on a double-double, finishing with 20 points and nine rebounds. Jasmine Walker scored 17 points and Gabby Bell added 12 points. Erica Helzer (Port Byron) chipped in with eight points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals, and Emily Klock (Jordan-Elbridge) knocked down eight points, grabbed eight rebounds and had three blocks.

CCC (4-3) faces North Country Community College on Sunday.



Southern Cayuga 71, Candor 65: The Chiefs were down by seven at the half but outscored Candor 20-7 in the third quarter and rode a six-point lead through the final buzzer.

Conner Bennett had a team-high 20 points for Southern Cayuga. Andrew White scored 17 points and led the Chiefs defensively, and Antonio Valdez finished with 12 points.

Seventeen of Bennett's points came during the second half.

Southern Cayuga next faces Marathon on Tuesday.

Jamesville-DeWitt 74, Auburn 68: The Maroons trailed by 19 and sliced that deficit to five at one point, but ultimately could not overcome the Red Rams in the Peppino's Invitational at Onondaga Community College.

Majesty Wilder was named Auburn's most valuable player of the game, recording 24 points on eight field goals including three 3-pointers. Kaleb Cook added 20 points and Scotty Minnoe scored 17 points and hit seven free throws.

Auburn finished 76 percent from the line.


Skaneateles 5, Canton 1: Meg Teachout scored a hat trick for the Lakers, while Ioanna Christou and Heather Tanzella each scored a goal with an assist. Sophia Burns was credited with two assists, and Campbell Torrey and Cecily Kawejsza added helpers.

Goalie Jess Smith made 18 saves.