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2017 Section V boys & girls basketball Sectional tournament brackets

Late Friday morning, the seeding points for Section V boys and girls high school basketball became official as the regular season is behind us. Ahead is Sectionals! Check out the brackets below for every classification in Section V for the boys and girls with our area teams highlighted. Postseason play gets underway Tuesday night. Check back to FingerLakes1.com for our... more

The races are on in Starkey

The 2017 racing schedule at Outlaw Speedway is set and track owner Tyler Siri can begin getting his team and facility ready for a busy season now that Starkey Town officials have authorized the track’s operating permit. At the Feb. 9 Starkey Town Board meeting board members directed Code Enforcement Officer Brian Quackenbush to issue the permit with the guidelines... more

W-FL Wednesday: Whitman caps perfect FL West season with win in Naples

On Wednesday night, the Marcus Whitman Wildcats completed a perfect league schedule in the Finger Lakes West with a victory over Naples to cap their league slate with a 16-0 record. The Wildcats (16-0/16-2) host Livonia on Thursday night in a non-league contest on the final night of the regular season. On the final night of girls action, Pal-Mac topped... more

W-FL Tuesday: Klein & Norris have shootout for the ages as Creek beats NR-W in OT

With the final week of the regular season in Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball, all the league titles have been decided but area teams are still jockeying for sectional seeds. The game of the night took place in Wolcott where North Rose-Wolcott senior Tyler Norris and Red Red senior Nick Klein put on a show in the second half and... more

Dundee voters turn down capital project

Dundee Central School voters have turned down the proposed capital project again. By a vote of 149 yes to 242 no, the voters have nixed a $15.9 million plan to replace the bus garage which was built in 1938. The plan also called for re-configuration of the student drop off area at the elementary school, replacement of the 1938 building... more

W-FL Tuesday: Newark falls at Midlakes, Mynderse takes East title

The Midlakes Screaming Eagles stunned the Newark Reds on Tuesday night behind 22 points from Bryce Burri and 20 rebounds from Daryn Carswell. The loss by Newark, coupled with Mynderse Academy’s win at home over Pal-Mac, gives the Blue Devils the outright Finger Lakes East championship. With Marcus Whitman’s clinching of the FL West title two weeks ago, the last... more

Capital Project vote in Dundee happening Wednesday

Residents in the Dundee Central School District will vote on the proposed capital project Feb. 8 from noon to 8 p.m. in the Public Meeting Room. The main focus of the project is improvements to the bus garage and storage. The total cost of the project is $15.9 million, which will be eligible for state building aid. The district will... more

W-FL Saturday: Gananda takes Midlakes to OT; Tyler Norris scores 42

North-Rose Wolcott senior Tyler Norris has had quite a career and he just keeps adding to his 1,000+ point scoring total. On Saturday night he recorded a career-high 42 points in a loss to Williamson and currently is responsible for six of the top 10 single-game high scores by an individual this season in all of the Wayne-Finger Lakes leagues.... more

W-FL Thursday: Clyde downs rival Lyons, ER keeps pace

Clyde-Savannah entered Thursday night’s game against Lyons with a 3-game lead over the Lions and a 2.5 game lead over East Rochester in the Wayne County Standings. In a game streamed live on FL1 Sports, the Golden Eagles ran away from Lyons for their second win over their rival for the second time this season while East Rochester kept pace... more

W-FL Wednesday: Marcus Whitman makes it 13 straight wins

Eight Finger Lakes West boys varsity basketball teams were in action on Wednesday night with Honeoye winning their fourth in a row, Naples defeating Dundee, Red Jacket topping Romulus and the league leading Marcus Whitman Wildcats racking up their 13th straight win after starting the season 0-2. Full results, upcoming schedule, our nightly Twitter round-up, updated standings and more below…... more

Dundee learns about solar projects

Speaking before one of the largest Dundee Rotary meetings in recent years, Suzanne Hunt, President of HuntGreen LLC, one of the leading renewable energy advisory firms in the world, outlined the benefits of larger scale community solar projects (CSPs) as compared to individual residential or business installations. Part of the Hunt family of Hunt Country Vineyards in Branchport, Suzanne's experience... more

Donations made for Class of 2017 as investigation continues

Dundee Central School Superintendent Kelly Houck reports the investigation into misappropriation of the 2017 senior class funds continues. Parents and families of the students have been encouraged to share any information surrounding fund-raising or other class activity with Yates County Sheriff’s Office investigators. Meanwhile, she says, the class is very busy with senior activities, including a successful chicken barbecue. Chronicle-Express:... more

W-FL Monday: Romulus boys win; Section 6 sophomore hits state record 16 threes

Six Finger Lakes West boys varsity basketball teams were in action to kick off the week on Monday night while eight Wayne-Finger Lakes girls teams were in competition. The big news of the night in high school basketball came out of Section 6 as Medina High sophomore Maddie Williams exploded for a school record 54 points, including a state record... more

Dundee School, Yates Sheriff’s Office investigates missing funds

Yates County Sheriff's Office investigators and District Attorney Valerie Gardner will be meeting with parents of Dundee Central School seniors Wednesday evening to discuss the status of an investigation into alleged misappropriation of funds. Superintendent Kelly Houck has confirmed that the school district is cooperating with the investigation, and a Jr./Sr. high school English teacher, Amy Corron, resigned from her... more

Dundee-area man indicted in teen’s heroin overdose death

A Dundee-area man has been indicted in the 2015 death of his girlfriend. Yates County District Attorney Valerie Gardner announced the grand jury indictment of Charles Taylor Thursday. Taylor was charged with second-degree manslaughter, a class C felony with a maximum sentence of 5 to 15 years in prison. The five-count indictment also charges Taylor, 25, with third-degree criminal sale... more

Dundee man indicted by grand jury on manslaughter charge

A Dundee man could be facing anywhere from 5 to 15 years in prison, if convicted on the charge that a grand jury leveled against him. Charles Taylor, 25, of Dundee was charged with two counts of criminal sale of a controlled substance and criminal injection of a narcotic drug, along with two misdemeanor charges of making a punishable false... more

Dundee, Starkey officials discuss race track noise

Racers have roared through the night for 60 years at the dirt track just south of the Dundee village limits, and for the most part, the community has welcomed, or at least tolerated, the sometimes loud business. But in 2016, complaints from some village residents about opening night, when racing continued until 3 a.m. started the season off on a... more
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