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Bloomfield girls snap South Seneca streak; Red Creek girls sweep Gananda (W-FL round-up 2/9)

Braelin Scott recorded her 18th consecutive double-double as the Bloomfield Lady Bombers avenged their only league loss to South Seneca last night in Bloomfield winning 41-39. The win snaps South Seneca’s 11 game winning streak and puts Bloomfield puts 2 games ahead of the Lady Falcons in the Finger Lakes West standings as the Bombers clinch at least a share... more

Public input requested for Canandaigua Highlands Unit Management Plan

The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) has begun the process of revising the Canandaigua Highlands Unit Management Plan (UMP). The first Canandaigua Highlands UMP was finalized in 2005, and is available on the web at: www.dec.ny.gov/lands/42852.html The purpose of a unit management plan is two-fold: 1) to define management goals and objectives for state land and, 2)... more

Mynderse wins at Wayne; Justice Smith of Lyons hits 1,000 point mark (W-FL round-up 2/6)

The Mynderse Blue Devils evened up their season series with the Wayne Eagles on Tuesday night at Wayne High School earning a 51-42 win to take a half-game lead in the Finger Lakes East race with just over a week remaining in the regular season. For Mynderse, Quinten Battle led the way with 20 point including 5 three-pointers. Senior big man... more

Honeoye shocks Whitman; Midlakes girls roll to 15th straight win (W-FL round-up 2/2)

Despite most Wayne County games being cancelled on Friday night, it was still a busy night across the Wayne-Finger Lakes leagues. Marcus Whitman had a chance to clinch the out-right West title at Honeoye but instead the Bulldogs handed the Wildcats their first league loss of the season. Meanwhile, the Midlakes girls varsity team continued their dominance by winning their... more

Bloomfield girls beat Red Jacket in overtime; South Seneca girls win 10 in a row (W-FL round-up)

The Bloomfield varsity girls basketball team picked up an important Finger Lakes West win on Thursday night as they defended their home course against Red Jacket winning 46-45 in overtime. Amelia Poole hit a pair of free throws at the end of regulation to force overtime. Poole finished with 12 points. The Bomber’s Braelin Scott recorded her 15th straight double-double... more

Lyons rolls past ER; Pal-Mac surprises Newark; Whitman wins 10th straight (W-FL round-up 1/31)

The Lyons Lions entered Wednesday night’s match-up with East Rochester having lost five straight meetings with the Bombers. Zac Young’s Lions ended that streak in convincing fashion rolling to a 71-46 win in a game that was never close from the beginning. The ER-Lyons game was streamed live on FingerLakes1.com. Click here to watch the full webcast replay. East Rochester... more

Wayne holds off Penn Yan after Blankenberg injured; South Seneca girls win 9th straight (W-FL round-up 1/30)

The Penn Yan Mustangs were put to the test in their last two games facing the two teams above them in the Finger Lakes East standings over the past 5 days. On Saturday night, the Mustangs lost at home to Mynderse. Tuesday night they travelled to face league-leaders Wayne and saw their upset bid fall short, 42-36. Wayne’s big man... more

Red Creek Lady Rams win at Gananda; Mynderse girls win at Wayne (W-FL round-up 1/29)

The Red Creek girls varsity basketball team won their 6th straight game on Monday night, and it was their biggest win of the season, at Gananda by a score of 50-47. The win pulls the Lady Rams within one-half game of the Blue Panthers in the Wayne County league standings. Emma Griffen led a balanced Red Creek with 12 points... more

Midlakes girls stay unbeaten; Whitman boys beat Bloomfield at the buzzer (W-FL round-up 1/26)

Alaina Forbes scored 29 points as the Midlakes Screaming Eagles remain undefeated at 14-0 after defeating the Mynderse Lady Blue Devils 64-48 in Clifton Springs on Friday night. Midlakes freshman Cara Walker added 12 points, 7 of them in the fourth quarter. For Mynderse, Madison Barnett led the way with 15 points on 5 three-pointers, Hannah Brown-Trice scored 14 and... more

Bloomfield’s Braelin Scott joins 1,000 point club; Newark boys beat Geneva (W-FL round-up 1/25)

It was another light night of action in Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball before the schedule picks up again on Friday evening but there were a handful of key match-ups in the Finger Lakes West girls league. Just one FL East boys game saw Newark even their league mark at .500 and one Wayne County boys game saw Sodus win... more

Penn Yan’s Sydney Bloom scored 1,000th point in loss at Mynderse (W-FL round-up 1/24)

Penn Yan senior Sydney Bloom was the latest Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball player to join the 1,000th point club on Wednesday night in Seneca Falls as her Lady Mustangs fell to Mynderse 61-48. Penn Yan jumped out to an early 9-2 lead only to have Mynderse tie things up at the end of the 1st quarter. Bloom led the Lady Mustangs... more

Carnevale three sinks ER; Mynderse holds off Newark; Midlakes girls win 13th straight (W-FL round-up 1/19)

Plenty of action on the hardwood across the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues on Friday night that included another meeting between the Newark Reds and Mynderse Blue Devils, a fantastic finish for Clyde-Savannah and another win for the undefeated Midlakes varsity girls basketball team. Full results and updated standings below…   W-FL BOYS FRIDAY RESULTS: NEWARK 56 @... more

Wayne wins second game in as many nights; Gananda ends Marion girls 6 game win streak (W-FL round-up 1/18)

The Wayne Eagles didn’t have much time to savor their 41-38 win over Mynderse on Wednesday night. After arriving back in Ontario after 10 pm they would turn around in about 16 hours and hop back on a school bus to make the long drive south to Romulus where they would face fellow Class A2 Finger Lakes East league-mate Geneva.... more

Wayne defeats Mynderse in Seneca Falls; Scott has another big game for Lady Bombers (W-FL round-up 1/17)

The top two teams in FL1 Sports Wayne-Finger Lakes boys varsity basketball Power Rankings squared off in Seneca Falls on Wednesday night in a game that was streamed live on FingerLakes1.com. Both teams entered the contest with unblemished league records but Wayne would take the early lead in the chase for the Finger Lakes East crown with a 41-38 victory.... more

Midlakes hands Penn Yan first East loss; Bloomfield sneaks past Naples (W-FL round-up 1/16)

After Mynderse lost at Canandaigua Monday night, the Penn Yan Mustangs took over the #1 seed in Section V Class B. They wouldn’t hold the top spot for long as they lost to Midlakes on their home court in northern Yates County, 62-55. The loss was also Penn Yan’s first in Finger Lakes East play dropping them one game back... more

Mynderse loses in double-overtime thriller at Canandaigua (W-FL round-up 1/15)

Danny Harrick scored 26 points to lead all scorers and Connor Fisher scored 20 as the Canandaigua Braves needed double-overtime to hand visiting Mynderse their first loss of the season, 72-70. Mynderse led 31-28 at halftime and by a score of 43-38 after three quarters but scored just 9 points in the final period of regulation allowing Canandaigua to force... more

Sodus stuns East Rochester; South Seneca girls avenge loss to RJ; 9th straight double-double for Bloomfield’s Scott (W-FL round-up 1/11)

East Rochester compromised their second place position in the Wayne County boys varsity basketball standings with a 46-45 loss on the road to Sodus on Thursday night. ER senior guard Matt Cicero missed a pair of free throws with the Bombers trailing by 1 point with 4 seconds left in regulation as the Spartans improved to 3-4 in Wayne County... more

Penn Yan throttles Newark; Burri scores 1,000th point in Midlakes loss (W-FL round-up 1/9)

League play was in full swing for the Finger Lakes East on Tuesday night with the biggest news coming out of Newark as the Penn Yan Mustangs blew the Reds out of their own gym winning 61-36. Marty Gibson’s Mustangs opened up a 26-11 halftime lead and then built the lead to 44-19 at the end of the third quarter.... more
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