For four local athletes who ended their high school careers with state titles, those efforts are being recognized in this year’s all-league awards.
CICERO — Newark seniors Broden Haltiner and Norwood Hughes were excited just to earn spots at the NYSPHSAA Championships at Cicero-North Syracuse High School Saturday morning.
ROCHESTER — The Finger Lakes will be well represented this Saturday at the NYSPHSAA track and field state championship meet.
AUBURN — Finger Lakes Community College baseball had a date with Cayuga Community College in the first round of the National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association Region 3 Sub-Regionals.
TROY — On the second day of the National Junior Collegiate Athletic Association Division III National Championships, Palmyra-Macedon grad and Finger Lakes Community College freshman Lloyd did exactly what she’s been doing all year: Win.
LITTLE FALLS — The Finger Lakes Community College men’s track and field team made history over the weekend, claiming its first National Junior College Athletic Association Region III Division III championship.
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…
SARATOGA SPRINGS — Hobart rowing team swept all competition Friday afternoon at the Liberty League Championships. The Varsity eight, the second varsity eight and the Novice Eight all placed first at the championships hosted by Saratoga Rowing Association.
SENECA FALLS — There were smiles, laughter, love and few tears at Mynderse Academy middle school on Tuesday afternoon, all to celebrate a man that has dedicated over half of his life to student-athletes.
NORTH ANDOVER, Mass. — Hobart lacrosse is getting its steam back it lost after the first two games of the season. A key game against Merrimack College awaited the Statesmen and after falling behind four goals early in the game, Hobart showed grit and determination to claw their way back and …
ONTARIO — After making the trip to the state championship on Long Island for the high jump in indoor track & field season, Clyde-Savannah’s Tyler Kell continues his incredible senior year campaign.
WATERLOO — After another competitive run from Waterloo’s winter sports teams, it’s time to also celebrate their excellence in the classroom.
SENECA FALLS — Mynderse Academy student-athletes competed all winter season long and some found themselves in contention for sectional titles.
STATEN ISLAND — While Newark boys basketball won their first sectional title since 2016, many of the classmates of the players were on the opposite side of the state competing for state titles in the indoor track & field championships.
CHICAGO — It has been a near-unthinkable year for 2017 South Seneca High School graduate Emily Lavarnway.
ROCHESTER — Constant action is the norm at track and field events — indoor and outdoor. Saturday’s Wayne-Finger Lakes Division 1 indoor track and field meet at Rochester Institute of Technology was the textbook definition.
PITTSFORD — Waterloo native Riley Corey is not only making a name for herself in cross country at the collegiate level, she’s making history.
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Newark High School is known for its star-studded track and field program.
GENEVA — Hobart and William Smith Colleges have announced plans to add 12 new sports—six for men and six for women—over the next five years.
WATERLOO — The Waterloo Hall of Fame has been waiting, patiently, to induct distinguished former athletes since 2020. The Class of 2020 — now the Class of 2021 — will finally be enshrined Labor Day Weekend.
Some athletes have had two seasons of cross country and indoor track and field since their last season of outdoor track and field. The wait was finally over and 2021 Wayne-Finger Lakes all-league selections have been announced for the latest season of outdoor track and field.
GREENSBORO, N.C. — SUNY Geneseo senior and South Seneca grad Emily Lavarnway set a new NCAA Championship meet record as she earned the NCAA Division III Heptathlon national championship on Friday.
GENESEO — Following two New York state track and field titles in high school and a state basketball championship, it seemed that South Seneca graduate Emily Lavarnway was poised for a collegiate career full of records and championships.
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.
UTICA — The Keuka baseball and softball teams both split their doubleheaders this past weekend.
SMITHFIELD, R.I. — Hobart lacrosse was forced to play their third road game in a row following last weekend’s postponement against Sacred Heart.
VICTOR — The Newark Reds knew going into Saturday’s Wayne-Finger Lakes Championships at Pinnacle Athletic Campus that they were down in numbers on the girls side and that it was going to be neck and neck with Irondequoit on the boys side in Division I.
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.
It’s one thing to be playing outside with masks on, but competing indoors presents an entirely different labyrinth of health hazards during a pandemic.
It's one thing to be competing outside with masks on, but when events move indoors it’s an entirely different labyrinth of health hazards.
LATHAM — There was a slight glimmer of hope entering the 2020-21 high school winter sports season. When the “Return to Interscholastic Athletics” document was updated Nov. 17, winter sport states championship were still on, as previously scheduled.
LATHAM — The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced on Friday that all Winter Sports State championships for High School sports are cancelled.
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.
As often is the case, teams that steamroll their competition on the way to a championship leave opponents scratching their heads.
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.
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.
ROMULUS — Despite the cancellation of the spring sports season, Romulus high school athletes rightfully received recognition for their efforts in the 2019-20 fall and winter seasons.
Waterloo High School had plenty of graduating seniors that have signed letters of intent to play at different colleges and universities across New York State. Because of the social distancing mandates, the signings were done outside and with a select number of family members.
LATHAM — The announcement that many suspected came down from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Monday morning: There will be no state championships for spring sports in 2020.
SENECA FALLS — The Section V Scholarship Award is as exclusive as it gets. It promotes excellence in interscholastic athletics along with scholarship.
LATHAM — There is still hope that high school spring sports seasons will happen and that the Geneva boys basketball team will get to compete for its first state title.
GENEVA — What seems like something out of Hollywood has become a reality in the blink of an eye.
STATEN ISLAND — Eight athletes from the Finger Lakes region traveled to Staten Island over the weekend to compete in the Indoor Track & Field state championships.
ROCHESTER — Eight local athletes qualified for the indoor track & field state championships this weekend on Staten Island.
ROCHESTER — RIT hosted the Section V Indoor Track & Field championships over the weekend for Classes A through D.
ROCHESTER — Nazareth College hosted the Wayne-Finger Lakes Indoor Track & Field Championships in its new facility on Sunday. The meet was originally scheduled for Friday, but due to the winter storm, was rescheduled for Sunday.
ROCHESTER WINTER LEAGUE
ROCHESTER WINTER LEAGUE
ROCHESTER WINTER LEAGUE