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W-FL Friday: Wayne boys win fifth straight over Geneva; East Rochester girls lose fourth straight after hot start

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys win fifth straight over Geneva; East Rochester girls lose fourth straight after hot start
On Friday night there were seven Wayne-Finger Lakes boys games and ten girls games. For the boys side, the Wayne Eagles hosted the Geneva Panthers and this game lived up to the hype. The Eagles led after every quarter, but the Panthers trailed by just one point with four minutes remaining in the game. However, Wayne pulled away late and... more

W-FL Thursday: Red Jacket boys remain unbeaten; Wilbur’s triple-double leads Red Creek girls to victory

W-FL Thursday: Red Jacket boys remain unbeaten; Wilbur’s triple-double leads Red Creek girls to victory
There were six Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball games across the boys and girls leagues on Thursday night. On the boys side, the Red Jacket Indians rolled to a 36-point home win over the Bloomfield Bombers to improve to 13-0. Chaze Rizzo scored a game-high 27 points to lead the Indians. With the loss, the Bombers have now lost three straight and... more

W-FL Wednesday: Red Jacket girls win third straight; Waterloo boys beat Hornell

W-FL Wednesday: Red Jacket girls win third straight; South Seneca girls beat Geneva
There were just three Wayne-Finger Lakes girls games on Wednesday night. Two girls games and one boys game. The Red Jacket Indians won their third consecutive game after defeating the East Rochester Bombers by 12 points. Sydney Close scored a game-high 24 points to lead the way for the Indians. With the win, Red Jacket improves to 9-5 while East... more

Supervisors take ‘serious’ stand over residency requirements for Wayne County employees at meeting

Supervisors take ‘serious’ stand over residency requirements for Wayne County employees at meeting
Residency is one of those tricky issues that can easily trip-up elected officials as they work in rural communities to find qualified candidates to fill vacancies, or new roles. The Wayne County Board of Supervisors has, for several years, held the view that those who earn a paycheck in their county, live there too. The Finger Lakes Times reports that... more

Sheriff: Newark woman possessed 60 bags of heroin, sold nearly 50 more

Sheriff: Newark woman had more than 100 bags of heroin
Sheriff Kevin Henderson reports the arrest of two Wayne County residents following an investigation by the Special Investigations Unit. He says a vehicle being operated by Rebecca Lichorowic, 36, of Newark was stopped by deputies on Outlet Road in the town of Manchester for traffic violations. During the course of a traffic stop, Lichorowic was found to be in possession... more

Wolcott man taken into custody months after domestic incident

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Deputies report the arrest of a Wolcott man after a warrant was issued for his arrest stemming from a November 2019 incident. James Wright, 23, of Wolocott was charged with third-degree criminal mischief, and criminal obstruction of breathing. The incident is said to have occurred in the town of Lyons, according to deputies, who made the arrest on January 20th.... more

W-FL Saturday: Crego leads Lyons girls to ninth consecutive victory; Honeoye boys beat Bloomfield

W-FL Saturday: Crego leads Lyons girls to ninth consecutive victory; Honeoye boys beat Bloomfield
There were just two Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball games on Saturday because two of them were cancelled due to the snow storm. For the girls, the Lyons Lions won their ninth consecutive game after defeating the Romulus Warriors by four points. Caiden Crego, a senior at Lyons, scored a game-high 30 points. Lyons improves to 10-2 while Romulus falls to 7-4.... more

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys continue to roll; Lyons girls win eighth straight; Red Jacket boys barely get past H.A.C.

W-FL Friday: Wayne boys continue to roll; Lyons girls win eighth straight; Red Jacket boys barely get past H.A.C.
It was a jam-packed Friday night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues. On the boys side, the Wayne Eagles continued to roll. The Eagles picked up an 11-point home win over the Mynderse Blue Devils to extend their winning streak to four games, and improve their record to 10-1. Tyler Reynolds, Mason Blakenberg and Eli Schichtel combined... more

Lyons man charged with sex abuse after December incident

Lyons man charged with sex abuse
Deputies say that a 25-year-old Lyons man was arrested after investigation of a December 2019 incident. Ryan Parkison, 25, of Lyons was charged with first-degree sex abuse and endangering the welfare of a child. The charges stem from an incident on Maple Street Road in Lyons. Parkison was arraigned in CAP Court and held at the Wayne County Jail due... more

W-FL Wednesday: Andrews lifts Canandaigua over Schroeder with buzzer-beater in OT; Williamson boys beat East Rochester

W-FL Wednesday: Andrews lifts Canandaigua over Schroeder with buzzer-beater in OT; Williamson boys beat East Rochester
There was a total of 14 games across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Wednesday night. On the boys side, Derek Andrews drained a three-pointer in the final seconds of overtime to lift the Canandaigua Braves over the Webster Schroeder Warriors. Casey Herod scored a game-high 35 points for the Braves. Count it! Derek Andrews hits a 3... more

Lyons man pleads guilty to robbery, grand larceny after two day manhunt

Lyons man pleads guilty to robbery, grand larceny after two day manhunt
The Lyons man who led police on a two-day manhunt, posted concerning videos to YouTube, and was accused of robbing a convenience store near Exit 42 of the New York State Thruway in Phelps pleaded guilty in Ontario County Court. The District Attorney’s Office reports that Brandon Burgess, pleaded guilty to felony charges of tampering with physical evidence, and two... more

W-FL Tuesday: Lyons girls continue to roll with win at East Rochester; Ruiz leads Waterloo boys to victory; Whitman girls beat Red Jacket

W-FL Tuesday: Lyons girls continue to roll with win at East Rochester; Julian Ruiz leads Waterloo boys to victory; Whitman girls beat Red Jacket
There was a full slate of Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball games on Tuesday night. On the girls side, the biggest game of the night featured the Lyons Lions and the East Rochester Bombers. This game meant a lot because they are currently the top two teams in the Wayne County standings. Imani Harder scored a game-high 25 points to help lead... more

W-FL Monday: Mynderse boys and girls take down South Seneca

W-FL Monday: Mynderse boys and girls take down South Seneca
On Monday night, the Mynderse boys and girls took down South Seneca at Arthur L. Baker Gymnasium in Seneca Falls. First, the boys played and absolutely pounded the Falcons. Troy Kabat scored a game-high 20 points to help lead the Blue Devils to a 30-point win. With the loss, South Seneca falls to 2-7 and Mynderse improves to 4-6. For... more

LaGasse Machine & Fabrication announces new ownership

LaGasse Machine & Fabrication announces new ownership
The Lyons Main Street Program and Lyons Chamber of Commerce, is excited to announce the new ownership of, LaGasse Machine & Fabrication. In June of 2019, Ross & Kaye Gansz purchased LaGasse Works from Dan LaGasse.  Ross & Kaye also own Stonegoose Farms and The Apple Farm Stand in North Rose, New York.  “The purchase of LaGasse Machine & Fabrication... more

W-FL Saturday: Bloomfield boys win third straight; Maddie Ryan leads Whitman to victory

W-FL Saturday: Bloomfield boys win third straight; Maddie Ryan leads Whitman to victory
There wasn’t much action across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Saturday. Just three games were played, two boys and one girls game. On the boys side, the Bloomfield Bombers won their third consecutive game after defeating the Romulus Warriors by 18 points. Simon Willie scored a game-high 25 points for the Bombers. The Warrior’s have now... more

W-FL Friday: Geneva boys take over second place in FL East after win at Newark; Pal-Mac girls hand Waterloo their first loss of season

W-FL Friday: Geneva boys take over second place in FL East after win at Newark; Pal-Mac girls hand Waterloo their first loss of season
It was a busy night across the Wayne Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Friday night. On the boys side, one of the eight games featured an important matchup in the Finger Lakes East between the Geneva Panthers and the Newark Reds. Both teams entered the game tied for second with just one league loss. The Panthers controlled... more
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