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The Southern Cayuga boys swim team had the top time in 10 events in a 62-31 win over Odessa-Montour Monday.

Jamison Murray, Joey Angotti, JD Rejman and Owen Overhiser took first place in the 200 medley relay (1:57.89), while Rejman, Murray, Angotti and Jordan Stephenson were first in the 200 freestyle relay (1:44.30). Stephenson, Overhiser, Aidan Brown and Morris won the 400 freestyle relay (4:02.65).

Rejman took first in the 200 freestyle (2:08.46) and the 100 butterfly (1:04.64), while Overhiser came in first in the 200 individual medley (2:30.35) and the 500 freestyle (5:56.74). Angotti won the 50 freestyle (23.85) and the 100 freestyle (54.52), and Aidan Brown finished first in the 100 backstroke (1:09.73).

BOYS BASKETBALL

Port Byron 59, Clyde-Savannah 43: Scott Compson recorded a double-double to lead the Panthers to their seventh win of the year.

Compson finished with 18 points and 10 rebounds. He also dished out four assists. Kody Kurtz posted 12 points, Tyrease Carter had 11 points and eight rebounds, and Nick Jefferds chipped in with eight. Mason Helmer came off the bench and scored six.

Port Byron (7-9) needs one win over its final three games to clinch a sectional berth. The Panthers are on the road at Faith Heritage Wednesday.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Port Byron 43, Clyde-Savannah 35: Eight different Panthers hit the scoresheet.

Grace Ford led the way with 14 points, while Skyler White added nine points. Jordyn Baker and Shelby Weatherwax each chipped in six points.

Port Byron hosts Fabius-Pompey Tuesday.

WOMEN'S BASKETBALL

Corning 67, Cayuga 58: Erica Helzer (Port Byron) led the way with 18 points, seven rebounds and six assists for the Spartans. Hanna Keysor (Cato-Meridian) was next with 16 points and nine rebounds, while Loren Clifford had 11 points and nine rebounds. Breayle Williams chipped in with four points, nine rebounds and five steals.

CCC travels to Jefferson on Wednesday.

FROM THE WEEKEND

WRESTLING

Section III, Class AA tournament: Two Auburn wrestlers won their weight class Saturday, while three others were runners-up.

Luca Pirozzolo pinned a West Genesee wrestler in 2:45 to win the 132-pound class, while Lucas Hogan won at 170 in a 5-4 decision over JD-CBA's Brandon Milham. Christian Hogan (99), Liam McLoughlin (160) and Keyshin Cooper (182) each earned second place.

As a team, Auburn finished sixth overall with 122.5 points.

Section III, Class C tournament: Port Byron's Joe Powers won the 126-pound class, clinching the title with a 7-0 decision over Adirondack's Hunter Carr. Also for the Panthers, Aaron Clark finished second at 285, falling by pin (2:49) to Canastota's Mike Leibl in the championship bout.

Jordan-Elbridge's Landry LaFleur (182), Jared Lawrence (220) and Bryan Tanner (99) all finished third in their class.

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Skaneateles 59, Hannibal 33: Olivia Dobrovosky was the Lakers' only player to exceed double figures, recording 21 points in the win. Maddy Ramsgard chipped in with nine points and Maeve Canty posted eight points.

BOWLING

IAC Championships: The Union Springs/Port Byron girls team won the tournament to earn an automatic bid to the Section IV state qualifiers. Keri Jesmer had the high score of 551, including one game of 220. Makayla Smith scored a 513, Colleen Jump had a 486, Alexis Colbert scored a 485 and Jada Kimball posted a 472. The Wolves girls were also IAC league champions.

The boys team finished second at IACs. Leading the way was Mitchell Hamel who totaled a 630, including one game of 258. Matthew Ward scored a 569 (217 game), Michael Jesmer had a 558 (244 game), Jacob Wawrzaszek scored a 528, and James Casbarro posted a 525.

US/PB will travel to Midway Lanes in Vestal next weekend to compete in the Section IV tournament.

VOLLEYBALL

Weedsport 3, Fabius-Pompey 2: The Warriors pulled out the win in their regular season finale 27-25, 25-20, 17-25, 12-25, 26-24.

Taylor Hunter tallied 26 assists, five aces, four digs, three kills and a block, while Alena Manchester had 10 kills and a block. Nina Lin chipped in nine kills, four digs, an ace and an assist, Abbey Grady had six kills and five aces, and Tiana Kreydatus finished with eight digs and a pair of aces.

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