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…

KEUKA PARK — Things didn’t look promising early on for Keuka College baseball on Friday. In the first game of a doubleheader and a four-game weekend series against Utica, the Wolves found themselves down 5-0 early to the Pioneers. Keuka not only fought back but took complete control of the g…

GENEVA — William Smith College sophomore Allie McGinty recorded a career-high eight points as the eighth-ranked Herons lacrosse team cruised to a 20-6 victory over 22nd-ranked Geneseo on Stiles Field in the Poole Family Dome Saturday afternoon.

GENEVA — All sports were a go at Geneva High School this past fall season for the first time since 2019. Many athletes earned high marks to be recognized as scholar athletes and five out of seven teams earned “Scholar Team” honors.


Shortly after sending 12 emails to the different athletic directors in our area like a Gatling flare gun, I was pancaked by emotion and elation in anticipation of next week.

PITTSFORD — Not soon after the Hobart Statesmen began their 2021 season, the rest of Hobart and William Smith spring athletics “sprang” into action. The William Smith lacrosse team saw their first action in over a year taking on No. 11 ranked St. John Fisher in Pittsford.

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.

Last fall, Geneva senior Kiersten Ryan played in her final season of varsity tennis for the Geneva Panthers. Ryan played in the No. 2 singles spot for the Panthers and amassed a senior season record of 10-4-1 overall and 6-3-1 in league play. Throughout her two years of varsity singles match…

A relatively quiet high school sports week typically signifies the break between the regular season and postseason. After just a month of regular-season action, it’s hard to believe that sectionals are even possible, given the parameters put in place earlier this fall.

Nearly two months ago athletes, players, coaches and the like were thrilled to have competition back at the high school level, albeit minus the full fall offering of sports. As teams began to get back into game shape, league championships and sectionals seemed to be an afterthought; getting …

PENN YAN — Penn Yan Mustangs head coach Nate Kraemer knew it was going to be a dominant year for his tennis team — much like many who pay attention to Finger Lakes tennis — but through three games, even he seems taken aback by how the Mustangs have looked thus far.


GENEVA — It has been known for approximately two weeks that high school student-athletes will get the chance to compete in interscholastic sports this fall season.

WATERLOO — Waterloo High School’s 54th annual sports award ceremony wasn’t the usual night of celebration it has been in years past. Nonetheless, the Athletic Department ensured the district’s student-athletes were honored for their hard work and dedication.

SENECA FALLS — Mynderse Academy still found a way to honor its athletes for the hard work put in during the fall and winter sports seasons.

PENN YAN — Area high schools continue to come up with clever ways to make sure their student-athletes receive recognition for their hard-fought fall and winter seasons.

LATHAM — The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has put together a task force to begin examining the potential impact of COVID-19 on the upcoming fall 2020 season — as well as the entire 2020-21 school year.