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Pat Hollenbeck (Wayne) takes
the ball to the hoop for Alfred
COLLEGE SPORTS WRAP
By John Addyman

   WAYNE COUNTY (Jan 26 11) – The Finger Lakes Community College men got their second and third wins in a row – and pushed their season mark to 16-2 – over the weekend.
   On Saturday afternoon, the Lakers bashed Cayuga Community College, 89-74. On Sunday, FLCC had a 13-point halftime lead that Clinton Community College melted away, with the Lakers escaping with an 81-79 win.
   Sophomore Emmanuel Reaves (Sodus) canned 21 points against Cayuga and dropped in 14 more versus Clinton. He’s averaging 14.7 points and 10.6 rebounds per game.
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   The FLCC women split their games against the same two opponents, beating Cayuga on Saturday, 61-57, but getting crushed by Clinton CC on Sunday, 69-47. Freshman forward Emma Baker (Wayne) contributed 17 points against Clinton. The Laker Women are 7-11. Emma is averaging seven points and four rebounds a game.

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   Sophomore guard Alyssa Fenyn (Newark) was the only Virginia Tech player in double figures Sunday afternoon when the Hokies got toasted by the University of Virginia, 72-37. The Hokie offense seems to have left town, with Tech unable to score more than 19 points in either half. It was the sixth consecutive loss for Tech and the Hokies are 0-5 in the Atlantic Coast Conference. The 37 points are the fewest the team has scored in an ACC contest. Something is wrong.
   Alyssa, who did not start, came off the bench to contribute a team-high 12 points and one rebound. She had more points than the next two Tech players combined. Yep, something’s going on. With the loss, the Hokies are 9-10.
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Javon McCrea
(Newark)
Having more big nights for Bulls
   On Saturday afternoon, University of Buffalo freshman forward Javon McCrea (Newark) pumped in 21 points – most of them in the second half – as the Bulls grabbed a 73-68 character-builder win over Ohio University. The Bobcats had a 43-25 halftime edge, but the Bulls closed that gap and added five more on top of it in a 23-point swing. Javon also had eight rebounds, two blocks an assist and a steal.
   The Bulls took that impetus into another strong second-half effort tonight, beating Western Michigan on the Broncos’ home court, 79-68.  Javon had seven of his 12 points in the second half, made a team-high four assists, grabbed three rebounds and never turned the ball over.
   With the wins, the Bulls are 12-6 (4-2 MAAC). 
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   Notre Dame College opened up the second half of their home game with Roberts Wesleyan Friday night with a 19-0 run and put away the Raiders, 88-78. Senior forward Brittany McMillon (Lyons) led Wesleyan with 21 points, eight rebounds, three assists and three blocked shots – plus two steals. Whew! Sophomore guard Marissa Bunce (Newark) added 12 points and two assists.
   On Saturday, Wesleyan bounced back to paste Ursuline College, 72-57. Brittany had another big night – a team-leading 16 points and nine steals. Marissa added 15 points.
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   Nazareth College took a 16-point lead into halftime tonight ad kept the pressure on in the second half, downing Alfred University, 73-59. Golden Flyer sophomore guard Tyshun Stephens (Newark) knocked down 12 points, grabbed three rebounds and made two assists in the win.
   For the Saxons, sophomore center Bryan Bobo (Wayne) had a team-high 13 points and six rebounds. Junior forward Pat Hollenbeck (Wayne) added four points, a rebound and a blocked shot.
   Nazareth improves to 11-6 (4-4 Empire-8); Alfred drops to 7-9 (2-5 E-8).
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   The Monroe Community College women put two strong halves together against Mercyhurst North East tonight and came away with their fourth win in a row, 85-56. Sophomore guard Shakista Woolfolk (Newark) had four points, five rebounds and three assists in the win. The Tribunes are 12-6.
Greg Logins
(Sodus/Kent School)
Career high at Canisius
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   Canisius College senior forward Greg Logins (Sodus/Kent School) scored a career-high 30 points on Saturday as the Griffins battled past Iona, 75-73. The win broke a two-game losing skid for Canisius and snapped a five-game win string for the Gaels. Greg  added four rebounds and two blocked shots to his effort for the 9-10 Griffins (3-6 MAAC).
             Track
   Utica College freshman Breiten Balschmiter (Newark) finished third in the Shot Put (46-4) at the Saint Lawrence University Saints Indoor Invitational on Saturday and followed that up with a fifth place in the Weight Throw (47-8).
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   Ellen Muster (Marion), a junior at the University of Buffalo, ran to a seventh-place finish in the 3000 Meters (10:37.31) Saturday at the Cornell Upstate Challenge.
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   Roberts Wesleyan junior Matt Hussey (Marion) finished third in the 1000 Meters (2:40.78) at the Continental Invitational at Hamilton College on Saturday. He also took the first leg of the third-place 4-by-800-Meter Relay (8:27.91).
   Wesleyan sophomore Aaron Steensma (Marion) took fourth in the Long Jump with a leap of 20-6.5.
            Squash
   Saint Lawrence University sophomore Corey McHugh (Lyons/Brighton) went 1-2 in her matches this weekend, as did the Saints, at the Yale Round Robin. The Saints were shut out by 15th-ranked Mount Holyoke and 21st-ranked Bowdoin before gaining a 5-4 win over 23rd-ranked Tufts on Sunday.
   Corey, playing at No. 6, lost to Mount Holyoke’s My-Linh Nguyen (11-6, 10-12, 11-3, 114) and to Bowdoin’s Alex Peacock-Villado (11-4, 11-5, 11-2) before picking up a win and over Ushasi Basu of Tufts (11-9, 9-11, 11-7, 11-8) in a close match.
            Wrestling
   University of Buffalo freshman Sean Walton (Pal-Mac) finished seventh at 125 pounds in the two-day New York State Collegiate Wrestling Championships over the weekend. Sean started the event by pinning Morrisville’s Justin Delamothe (4:30), then losing a tight 3-2 decision to Columbia’s Penn Gottfried. In the wrestlebacks, Sean stared with a 16-7 decision over Brockport’s Jose Vazquez. Then a 10-7 loss to Binghamton’s Derek Steeley put Sean against Niagara’s Rocco Rosso for seventh place and Sean grabbed a 5-2 decision.
            Gymnastics
   Ithaca College junior Kailee Spusta (Pal-Mac) finished third in the Floor Exercises (9.350) at the Rhode Island Quad Meet on Saturday. The University of Bridgeport won the event; the Bombers came in second.
            Swimming
   Rochester Institute of Technology freshman Jocelyn Bade (Gananda) swam to a second place in the 1000 Free (11:42.55), was third in the 500 Free (5:43.71) and swam the outbound first leg of the third-place 200 Free Relay (1:56.79) but the Tigers lost to Le Moyne College, 181-109 despite her efforts.
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   The University of Pittsburgh/Bradford won a double-dual meet with Mansfield University and Wells College on Saturday. Panther senior Jacob DeVolder (Newark) took a second place in the 1650 (20:12.00).
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   Rochester got wins over the Nazareth men’s and women’s teams last Wednesday despite solid efforts from local Golden Flyer swimmers.
   Sophomore Jacob Kline (Newark) won the 50 Butterfly (27.53), swam the outbound leg of the second-place 200 Medley Relay (1:57.66), was second in the 50 Backstroke (29.24) and in the 100 Back (1:03.41).
Holly Gilligan
(Newark)
Swimming at Nazareth
   Junior Jeff Baxter (Pal-Mac) was fifth in the 800 Free (10:21.15) and the 50 Free (29.76), finished sixth in the 50 Butterfly (31.95), and anchored the fifth-place 200 Medley Relay (2:10.33).
   Sophomore Joshua Haak (Pal-Mac) took second in the 400 Individual Medley (5:38.27), was fourth in the 200 Free (2:19.80), fifth in the 400 Free (4:49.52) and swam the first leg of the fifth-place 200 Medley Relay with Jeff Baxter.
   Holly Gilligan (Newark), a junior, was fourth in the 50 Breaststroke (39.39), sixth in the 100 Free (1:05.94), and anchored the fourth-place 200 Medley Relay (2:15.26). 
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   Monroe Community College swim teams got huge wins this weekend at the Erie Community College Invitational, the women’s team scoring more points than the other six teams combined and the men doing almost as well – both dominating performances.
   Sophomore Kyle Bree (Newark) had a strong meet. He was second in the 1650 Free (18:15.39), the 400 Individual Medley (4:54.15) and the 500 Free (5:14.07) …and anchored the winning 800 Free Relay (7:59.90).
Leslie Flannery
(Newark)
Super meet for MCC
   Freshman Zach Orbaker (Clyde-Savannah) finished third in the 200 Backstroke (2:23.35), was fourth in the 200 Free (2:04.74) and the 200 Butterfly (2:34.20), and swam the second leg of the sixth-place 400 Medley Relay (4:25.53).
   Anderson Miller (Newark), another freshman, was third in the 1650 Free (19:24.27), fourth in the 500 Free (5:35.33), 11th in the 100 Free (57.06) and anchored the third-place 800 Free Relay (8:54.87).
   Sophomore Leslie Flannery (Newark) had a super meet – she won the 500 Free (5:36.71) and took the second leg of the winning 800 Free Relay (8:34.50 – more than a minute ahead of second place), took second in the 1650 Free (19:04.07), and was third in the 100 Free (1:00.75).
   Alfred State College sophomore Ethan Wright (Clyde-Savannah) finished third in the 200 Butterfly (2:25.43), anchored the second-place 800 Free Relay (8:29.26) and swam the third leg of the third-place 400 Medley Relay (4:17.11), was fifth in the 100 Free (52.11). His points helped the Alfred State men to a third-place finish behind Monroe CC.
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   Have news about a Wayne County athlete who is competing in a college sport now or will be in the spring? Drop me a note and we’ll pick up the coverage each week – right here. Send your information to me at john.addyman@yahoo.com and we’ll do the rest. Please make sure you identify yourself and your relationship to the athlete – I respond to all e-mails.


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