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…

ADRIAN, Mich. — The seventh-ranked Hobart College hockey team will travel to Adrian, Mich. to take on top-ranked Adrian in an NCAA quarterfinal matchup. Faceoff is scheduled for 7 p.m. at Arrington Ice Arena.

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.

GENEVA — After their Saturday game against University of Southern Maine was canceled, the No. 5-ranked Hobart College hockey team faced a tall task in the No. 6-ranked Babson College on Sunday afternoon at The Cooler before the first snowstorm of the year arrived.

ROCHESTER — The Keuka Wolves women’s soccer team finally kicked off their first game in the Empire 8 as they opened up their 2021 season on Wednesday afternoon when they traveled to take on Rochester Institute of Technology.

GENEVA — Hobart and William Smith Colleges Associate Vice President and Director of Athletics and Recreation Deb Steward announced the new head coach of the William Smith ice hockey team. Matt Cunningham will serve as the third head coach in program history.

GENEVA — High-risk winter sports began practice this week, with games set to begin next week. In less than a month, the winter season will ramp up and overlap with the Fall II sports season — a rare crossroads of football and basketball meeting before spring sports get underway.

Whether you believe the rules and protocols surrounding the COVID-19 virus are either too relaxed or too strict is irrelevant. The rules are in place, and it’s time to play winter sports with the hand that has been dealt.


LATHAM — It’s not the best news, but it certainly could be worse given the rise in COVID-19 cases across New York state.


GENEVA — With the conclusion of fall sports in the coming weeks, the attention would soon turn to local winter sports. A few weeks ago, SUNY Athletic Conference announced the cancellation of their winter sports season.

In the months of May, June and July, sports junkies like myself took to watching Korean baseball at 5:30 in the morning or even table tennis to get our sports fix. Even I struggled to find positivity in that.


People react in different ways when I tell them I grew up in Florida and ended up in the “tundra” of Geneva, N.Y. The most typical reaction doesn’t vary much, and it usually goes something like, “Oh, my gosh, what the bleep did you come up here for?!”


LATHAM — What players, coaches and fans feared for the last few weeks has come to fruition: The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has announced the cancellation of the remaining winter state championship events.

GENEVA — The Hobart men’s ice hockey team (20-4-3) hosted New England College at the Cooler Saturday in the New England Hockey Conference semifinal and used a late shorthanded goal to seal a 4-2 victory and advance to the NEHC championship for the third consecutive year.

GENEVA — The WFL Panthers haven’t caught many breaks this season. Injuries have run rampant throughout the season and while the Panthers have enjoyed success against some teams, others seem to win solely on numbers.