HENRIETTA — Mynderse senior Hunter Brignall continues to add to an impressive indoor track and field season. The senior is making the most of his remaining time before graduation as he competed with other area Wayne-Finger Lakes teams in the Trent Jackson/Cedric Walker Invitational.
The Rochester Winter League event was held on the campus of Rochester Institute of Technology on Saturday and featured many teams from outside Section Five. A total of 43 teams placed in the girls competition, and 41 placed on the boys side, each facing off in 18 events.
Boys: Brignall placed second in the 1,600-meter race walk in eight minutes and 56.19 seconds. Overall, the Blue Devils placed 18th as a team. Wayne (26), East Rochester (29), Sodus (33), Williamson (41) all followed closely behind.
Wayne junior Justin Jantzi placed sixth (1:26.55) in the 600-meter run, and senior teammate Steven Amish was third in the high jump.
Girls: Eighth-grader Lily Hall earned a sixth-place finish in the girls triple jump for Dundee. In the 1,500-meter race walk, Romulus senior Carolyn Jessop placed third (7:45.77) as the Warriors finished 29th as a team.
Wayne and Waterloo placed 26th and 29th, respectively.
The Wayne-Finger Lakes league championship is scheduled for Friday night at SUNY Brockport.
In other high school sports action from Saturday:
Section V Division III
Geneseo 4, Geneva 3
GENESEO — The Panthers came up just short against Geneseo, as Geneva scored two goals in the third period to make things interesting.
Sean Bucklin scored the first goal for Geneva (1-15) at 8:08 in the second period to close the deficit to 3-1. He received assists from Noah Eighmey and Joey Maher.
In the final frame, Eighmey and Maher each scored goals.
Overall, the Panthers led in the shots department by a 36-27 margin. Geneseo triumphed in part by going 2-for-2 on power plays.
LYONS — Caiden Crego scored 12 points and added five steals to lead the Lions over rival Clyde-Savannah.
The Lions also had leading efforts from Jenna Stone (8 points, 4 rebounds), Caitlyn McDonald (8 points, 10 rebounds), Jasmine David (8 points, 8 rebounds), and Alison Cook (6 rebounds, 4 steals).
Leading the way for the Golden Eagles were Taylor Sharp (8 points) and Jayanna Williams (6 points).
Hammondsport 59, Dundee 35
DUNDEE — Dundee kept it close in the first half but ultimately fell to Hammondsport’s secondhalf offensive surge.
With Hammondsport clinging to a 3-point lead at the half, the visitors out-scored the Scots 24-10 in the third quarter.
Scoring for Dundee were junior Cody Salamendra (9 points), senior Michael Hand (5 points), sophomore Peyton Boudinot (3 points), senior Austin Gibson (12 points), and senior Brandon Edmister (6 points).
The Scots travel to face Bloomfield at 7:30 p.m. tonight.