Thursday, December 23, 2021

Thursday Night 23 Aug 21: 
News Briefs

CONDOLENCES AND PRAYER for Tom Saunders and Elizabeth Lewis in the loss of Tom's daughter earlier this month. Tom and Elizabeth spend most of the summer and parts of the winter in their cottage at the corner of Haven Ave. and Ames Ave. Walkway. It's hard to suffer loss but even harder during times of celebration and holidays.

BOYS' BASKETBALL -- York 64, Perry 39

Visiting York jumped out to a 24-8 first period lead and never looked back as the Golden Knights improved to 3-2 on the season and 2-0 in the D-III standings following their easy road win. Sophomore Joe Bauer led all scorers with a career-high 16 points while classmate Jake Pangrazio added 14. Adam Swede and Austin Flynn both scored nine points while Maddox Timothy finished with eight. Perry was led by Jackson Fanaro’s 12 points, all coming from behind the arc. Matthew Givens added 11 points , five assists and four rebounds while Bryce Tallman added nine points, 10 rebounds and sixc assists for the Yellowjackets. Brad Parsons also pulled down 10 rebounds for Perry. “I was really proud of our balanced scoring tonight,” York coach Eddie Orman Jr. said. “We shared the ball and everyone contributed. In addition, our defensive effort was great, the best we’ve played all year.”

WRESTLING -- Perry 45, Letchworth 18
Perry’s Trenten True defeated Letchworth’s Gavin Kemp by a 4-1 score at 145 pounds as the Yellowjackets defeated the Indians in LCAA D-II action. Only four head-to-head matches took place, three of those were decided by pinfall. At 118 pounds, Perry’s Maddox Regatuso pinned Felicity Wantuch in 1:51 and at 132 pounds teammate Noah Leitten pinned Gunner Kemp in 1:42. Letchworth’s lone victory came at 152 pounds as Ryleigh Duryee pinned Perry’s Xavier Grover in 1:35.


WYATT S. PENFOLD, 29, of Orangeville was charged with felony criminal mischief and attempted third-degree assault for domestic violence against his mother in 2011 at the age of 19, on Pee Dee Road in Wethersfield for which he served a prison term. The following day, a warrant for his arrest was delivered to Penfold’s house, but he resisted arrest and injured a sergeant before being Tasered and jailed without bail. He was charged with felony criminal mischief and attempted third-degree assault. Then this past Tuesday, it was reported that Penfold assaulted a deputy while inside Wyoming County Jail, causing more serious injuries, and charged with second degree assault and resisting arrest. He was eventually released but returned to prison in 2019 after violating parole. He was released June 7th.

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