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…

BROCKPORT — The best of the best in Section V boys wrestling traveled to SUNY Brockport on Saturday for an all-day tournament that determined which wrestlers would be advancing to the state tournament.

WATERLOO — The Waterloo wrestling team is off to a hot start in the 2021-22 season. After sweeping their own dual meet and going 4-1 in the Avoca Dual Meet last weekend, they are currently 11-1 overall and 1-0 in the Finger Lakes Central league.

MANNHEIM, Pa. — Kaleb Burgess, a senior at Palmyra-Macedon High School, placed second at the Journeymen Wrestling New York State Championship on April 2-3 at Spooky Nook Sports in Manheim, Pa. The Championship tournament was a single division tournament, meaning that both Division 1 and 2 wr…


The highly anticipated matchup finally arrived on Saturday with South Seneca sophomore Caleb Sweet squaring off against Palmyra-Macedon senior Jace Schafer on that mat.

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.

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.


ONTARIO — A week following the state duals championships, the second weekend in February marked the beginning of the road to the individual state championships for Section V wrestlers across all weight classes.