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i ! ( ;:1 i Page 10 - The Chronicle-Express, Penn Yan, N.Y., Febniary 6,1991 Lady W arriors defeat Elm ira KEUKA COLLEGE — The Keuka College women’s bas­ ketball team defeated the Soar­ ing Eagles of Elmira College last week, 73-55, bringing the team’s record to 16-2. The Lady Warriors’ aggres­ sive play was marked by senior center Vanessa Morgan (El­ mira). Morgan was 11 for 17 from the field and 4 for 4 from the foul line, for a total of 26 points. She also hauled down 18 rebounds, had 10 blocked shots, 2 steals and 1 assist. Also in double figures for the Warriors were senior Lesley Gardner (Elkland, PA) and junior Donna Pautz (Gillett, PA), both with 12 points. Gardner finished with seven rebounds, three assists and two steals. Pautz ended the game with three rebounds, three as­ sists and two steals. The Warriors traveled to Alfred University lliesday, Peb. 5. Scores were not avail^ie at press time. The Warriors host St. John Fisher Thursday, Peb. 7 a t 6 p.m. in the Weed Physical Arts Center. The Cardinals fell to Keuka earlier this season in a tough rematch of last year’s championship game. Keuka’s men’s team will take on Fisher’s men’s team a t 8 p.m. By RUSS HEARTON PENN YAN — Earlier this year the Penn Yan bowling team suf­ fered an upset against previously winless Mynderse. Last Hiesday, at Star View Lanes, the Mustangs worked a little magic of their own splitting 2-2 versus #2 Canandaigua. Penn Yan’s scores just seem to be getting better and better. The Mustangs bowled 885, 934, 823 through three games for a pinfall total of 2,642. That is their highest of the year. Despite the fact that they are trailing slightly behind last year’s (500 avg.) performance, the team really enjoys the spirit of competi- CYO team s see a ction PENN YAN — St. hCchael’s 7th and 8th grade CYO basketball team lost to St. Michael’s of Newark, 63-28, Sunday afternoon in Newark. Bob VanDelinder was the lead­ ing scorer for St. Mike’s of Penn Yan, with 13 points. Pat Mitchell chipped in with 4 points. The next game for the locals is Sunday, Feb. 10 a t St. Francis of Phelps. The St. Michael’s 5th and 6th grade CYO team won two games over the weekend. ,;i ,Saturday.;, afternoon found the locals victorious over home-stand­ ing Odessa-Montour by a score of 52-6. Matt Perry tossed in 19 points to lead St. Michael’s in scoring. The other leading scorers were Brian Lewis (5), Kris Owen (4), Matt Stork (4), Chris Wilber (4) and Adam Christensen (4). St. Michael’s then defeated St. Michael’s of Newark on Sunday, 43-9, at Newark. Perry again was the leading scorer, droppin in 19 points, again. Matt Bouchard, Christen­ sen, Scott Jensen and Chris Koek scored 4 points each. “rhe victory Sunday improved St. Michael’s league record to 12-1 (16-2 overall). The final league game is Sun­ day, Feb. 10 at St. Francis of Phelps. ------ BowLiNq ScoRE»^ MOONUGHTEFIS Jan. 25 W L Schmidl's ......................................... 50y^ 29V5 J's Totacco Road ................................. 50 30 Breaking E v e n ................................. 48Vi 31 Norm Hjni's Vineyards ........................ 48 RL. Forman’s Arco 4 Soris ............... 4514 3414 Jensen’s Marina ................................. 4415 3514 Antique Inn.............................................44 Doris Grocery ...................................... 44 36 36 Christine Ceramics ............................... 40 40 44 52 54 56 Chartotrs Silhouette................................38 42 Nicholltin............................................3715 4215 Long Milk Haulers ............................... 3715 4215 Chris Beauty S alon .............................. 36 Tammy's Hairstyles .............................. 28 Rup's Pool Had.......................................26 Pick-A-Flick...........................................22 High Series; Nellie Drumm 579; Genry Hillman 574; Judy Ryder 532; Pam Enos 530: Bev Hawley 527. High Games: Gerny Hillman 247; Judy Ryder 208; Pam Enos 202; Nellie Drumm 201; Shirley Keeney 192. Split Conversions: T. Pierce 5-6; N. Hurlburt 8-9; L. Smith 3-10: D. Wilcox 3-10; T, Davis 3-10; J. Newell 2-5-7 S 5-10; L Barkley 4-5-7; T. Goss 3- 10; E. Radder4-5; R. Latter 5-10; J . Simons 8- 10; A. Vidliery 2-7; hi Drumm 2-7; B. Haltenbeck 4- 5-7; P. Gilbert 2-7; A. Trautman 2-7; J. Axtell 5- 6-10: fi. Drake 5-6. High Series (4 games): Jack Nielsen 911; Toby Weaver 833; Kyle Sokolowski 785; Nell Searles 776; George \ferAIstine 767. High Games: Jack Nielsen 267, 237 4 216; Andy Trombley 234; Neil Searles 228; George l^nAlsIine 227 & 200; Ken Dombroski 225. Split Conversions: Mark DeBrine 7-6, 2-7 4 3-9-10; Phil Burdick 3-10; Dave Day 2-7-8; Ken Dombroski 7-8; George VanAlstine 5-10; Andy Trombley 2-7; Mark Sutherland 3-10 (twice) 4 5- 7-9; Roger Kerrick 5-7 4 2-7; Jack Nielsen 2-7; Jim DeBPt 5-7; Butch Hampton 3-10; Jeff Inieki 3-10; Brian Laursen2-7. Clean Game: Mark DeBrine 224. HFLO Jan. 23 W Fox’s........................................................55 Surplus O u tlet ....................................... 54 Wyman’s ............................................... 48 Finger Lakes Breeders .......................... 46 The Pasiiy Parlor .................. 46 The Wagner ........................................... 43 Indian Pines Fruit Stand ........................ 41 WOTM....................................................40 RSW Burner S ervice.........................3815 41 15 Lake Valley Realty.............................3515 4415 Deacon’s Bench.....................................35 L 25 26 32 34 34 37 39 40 Continued on page 11 ' Clean Gamea: Genny Hillman 247; Nina • Hurlburt 189. * DARYL'S GARAGE 3-Man • Jan .22 W L Nielsen’s Granite ......................... ..6 7 38 Keuka Baits Tackle..................... .. ..6 4 41 - Moose....................................... ........ .61 VS 43 VS Beverage Baron ............................... - 6 1 44 Transelco ................................. ..6 0 45 Daryls Garage ................................. 59 46 Weaver’s Burner Service................. 58 VS 46 IS Knapp S S o n s ................................. ..5 8 42 DeBnneS Builders ........................... 57VS 47VS K4L Cleaners.................................... ..5 5 50 Marble’s Auto ................................... ..4 8 57 Lautsenb Home Improve ................. ..4 7 S3 Pin Chasers ..................................... 39 VS 65 VS Ry-Chris F arms ............................... ..3 8 67 Miller’s Finger L ake ......................... ..34 71 H a a g ................................. .............. .30 75 • In Stock W allpaper • Window Shades • • Floor S ander Rental • G rum b a cher Art Supplies In H a mmondsport tourney G r a p p lers t a k e f o u r t h B o w lers sp lit 2-2 w ith B r a v e s tion. Dan Gurba rolled the high series for the Mustangs with a 598, (202-192-204), while Dave Beilis took high game with a 229 and a 595 series. One important factor in the two game split was the sub-work of Scott Rogoff who bowled a 193 for the Mustangs to clinch the split. The Mustangs are now 6-18 overall and have a healthy chance at picking up four more games during the next two weeks. ^ 'Riey meet Tflctor away tonight and then host Mynderse for a bowling match-up that’s sure to be a good contest, 'Tuesday, Feb. 12. By RUSS HEARTON HAMMONDSPORT — Penn Yan Mustang varsity wrestling fans have had a rollercoaster ride this season while watching their home team waiver between excel­ lence and apathy. 'The past two weeks of wrestling action have proved to tell the tale of how this young team has per­ formed to date. On Jan. 19 the Mustangs travelled along the shoreline of the Y-shaped lake to neighoring Hammondsport to engage in what turned out to be a shimmering performance, taking fourth place out of twelve schools. At the Hammondsport Tourney, the Mustangs raclced up 126 points that earned the fourth place team finish and came within 12 points of third place. 'Ibn of the 12 Penn Yan wrestlers that went to the meet managed to take a place. The highest finshers for Penn Yan were Tim Hansen at 155 pounds and Bryan Flood at 145 pounds. Coach Mike Payne insists, “'Those two just dominated their weight classes and pinned their opponents in the final matches.” But they weren’t the only shiny spots for Penn Yan. Payne believes that improved attitude sparked the improved performan­ ces after the team came off a hard L o c a ls play college ball Seago is leading all Cortland scorers with a 13.7 average from the forward position. Her season- high was 18 points against rival Oswego as the Red Dragons won 46-44. Folts, a guard, is averaging 4.0 points per game and has earned respect for her ball-handling and passing skills. It's Your Money! NEW AUTO DEDUCTION RULES The income tax return you're thinking about now — on 1990 in­ come — has a couple of nice sur­ prises on deductible business auto­ mobiles use. First, the standard mileage rate has been increased from 25 5 cents a mile to 26 cents and, for the first time , that figure applies to all business miles, not just the first 15.000. In a relatively new ruling, the Internal Revenue Service will let you deduct the cost of driving from home to a temporary work site oth­ er than your regular offrce. This peimiti accountants, lawyers and others who drive to the office of cUents to deduct the miles. Doc­ tors' house calls are covered, if not travel to their regular hospital. Travel to a company branch loca­ tion is allowed, too. Previously, all this travel was considered conunuting, and non-deductible. It's easiest to count up business miles and simply take the standard mileage deduction, but keeping track of actual driving expenses, including depreciation, usually pays off in a Urger deduction. Need help with the tax return? Now's the time to see the accoun­ tants at tbe ofRce of James R. Caroy, CPA, 100 Elm St., Penn Y a n . 5 3 6 -9*77. RTS. 5 & 20 WEST OF WATERLOO loss to Victor a week earlier. He states, “They performed like they had more confidence. They had a couple of good days of prac­ tice and were feeling good. When we were in place after the first round I think they realized that they might be able to do some­ thing there.\ And do something they did. 'They won a lot of matches. Josh DeNise, who had been sidelined since breaking his wrist nine weeks ago, opened up by taking fifth place overall in the 91 pound weight class. He was followed by Justin Wright at 98 pounds taking fourth, and Scott Drewno clinch­ ing fif^ a t 119. Payne reflects, “TVe were pretty excited. 'This was our peak per­ formance for the year so far. Everybody was sharp and wrestled hard.” 'That excitement propelled the team forward and Matt Race at 132 pounds nailed a third place finish, Rob Orr took fifth at 138 pounds, Paul Tbrnkins nabbed a sixth place and Dan Yonts was the tenth man to place taking third at the 177 pound class. Payne calls this a “huge im­ provement ” over last year’s trip to Hammondsport when the Mus­ tangs scored more than 100 points less. Things changed for the Mus­ tangs a week later when they travelled to Homell for a non­ league meet on Jan. 26. Somewhere, some element that had contributed to their surprise fourth place finish at Ham­ mondsport was gone. The Mustangs lost 41-29 and displayed what Coach Payne calls, “The worst performance that I think I have ever seen by any wrestling team.” He continues, “They just rolled over and gave up.” The only bright spots as far as Payne is concerned came in three Mustang pins by Bob Chr a t 112, Scott Drewno a t 119 and Rob Orr at 138. Payne was also distressed by the fact that one of his wrestlers cost the team a point by throwing his headgear in anger after losing a match. “There’s no excuse for that, not even inexperience,” Payne says. WE ARE YOUR HOOVER DEALER All Cleaners on Sa «60.-Frl. 7:304:00 X -wiftiWip i V .X* 0 Full Tax & A ccounting Service 0 Professional Tkx Counseling 0 Personal F ioandal Planning Helping you keep moreof what you earn. ia 142 Lake St., Penn Yan, N.Y.145n 31S-536-8065 Three Penn Yan residents are currently playing basketball at their respective colleges. Erin Griffiths is in her third year on the Colgate Patriots women’s basketball squad. 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