The Geneva Sports Hall of Fame will welcome its next class of inductees on May 20 at Club 86. This year’s class includes Kelvin Cruz, Christine Driscoll Rosato, Kelley Driscoll, Barron Frank, Bill Hadsell, Craig McDonald, Melissa Smith Sladden, Beth Teague Mabry and the Geneva High 1923 Lacr…

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On June 1, 1964, I was graduated from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Even though I spent just the final three of my college semesters at UNC, that makes me a “Tar Heel.”

The Finger Lakes West girls basketball season lasted all the way to the sectional finals. The one-loss Dundee/Bradford squad battled and bruised its way to the Class D sectional final against York. Though the BraveScots fell short, their future remains bright as does the rest of the young FL…

Finger Lakes East girls basketball showcased itself as one of the top leagues in New York state from the beginning of the season until the very end. Two teams won Section V titles (Waterloo and Midlakes) and five teams made it to sectional semifinals across classes B1 and B2 (Waterloo, Midla…

While three local teams remain in the hunt for a New York State basketball title, there is still one more game to be played for local seniors to cap off their high school careers.

WEBSTER — It’s been a long time coming for the Newark boys basketball team. The Reds’ last sectional championship was in 2016. Saturday’s Class B1 championship game against 4-seed Palmyra-Macedon provided the perfect opportunity to prove their superiority in both the Finger Lakes East and Class B1.

HONEOYE FALLS — All year long, Newark struggled to have a full complement of starters. Once they finally did, the team that lost their final four regular season games made it all the way to the Class B1 semifinals and pulled off one of the upsets of the tournament in the process in the quart…

GENEVA — Hobart is playing solid basketball as the Statemen’s regular season winds down. They are 4-1 over their last five games and completed a season sweep of Bard College on Tuesday night, winning 97-77.

CANTON — After losing by 20 points on Friday night at home to the St. Lawrence Saints, the Hobart basketball team pulled off one of their biggest upsets of the season with a 64-49 victory on Tuesday night in the North Country.

The Fury Basketball Club is entering its 13th year of professionally run events and has released evaluation/try-out sessions for the upcoming AAU season.

LYONS — A highly-anticipated non-league boys basketball matchup is set for this Friday when the Finger Lakes East-leading Palmyra-Macedon Red Raiders travel down Route 31 to Atwood Gymnasium to take on the undefeated Lyons Lions.

ATTLEBORO, Mass.— The sixth-ranked Hobart College hockey team scored two goals in each period as it cruised to a 6-3 victory over Johnson & Wales in a New England Hockey Conference contest at the New England Sports Village Saturday evening.