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Hobart tabs alum to lead basketball program

Hobart tabs alum to lead basketball program
Hobart College Interim Director of Athletics Brian Miller named Stefan Thompson ’13 the head coach of the Statesmen basketball program. He will be the 20th man to lead the program since its inception in 1901. “I have always respected and admired Stef’s ability as a leader,” Miller said. “I witnessed it first-hand throughout his outstanding career as a Hobart student-athlete,... more

THE 31ST LAP: Matt Janczuk interview & ASCoC coming to Finger Lakes Region (podcast)

THE 31ST LAP: Matt Janczuk, ASCoC coming to Finger Lakes Region (podcast)
We welcome Land of Legends Raceway announcer Steven Ovens via Skype to talk with Sportsman star Matt Janczuk. We also look ahead to the weekend’ 410 sprint offerings at Outlaw and Weedsport, where Tony Stewart’s All Star Circuit of Champions will visit Friday and Sunday, respectively.  . more

Yanks escape Toronto with a single win on Thursday night

Yanks escape Toronto with a single win on Thursday night
The Yankees believe that they can find enough playing time for their infielders once Didi Gregorius rejoins the lineup, in part by altering DJ LeMahieu’s job assignment. Manager Aaron Boone sees the versatile defender returning to a role that was initially envisioned for him, garnering at-bats by spelling teammates at three different positions. The plan makes sense on paper, but... more

Victor rolls over Vestal to advance to a 5th straight state title game

Victor rolls over Vestal to advance to a 5th straight state title game
To think, a little more than a week ago, Victor was less than a minute away from seeing its dominance in Section V boys lacrosse interrupted for the first time since 2013. Now, thanks to a surprisingly easy 12-6 Class B state semifinal victory over Vestal Wednesday night on a miserably rainy night at St. John Fisher College, the dynastic... more

Penn Yan season ends in state semifinals

Penn Yan season ends in state semifinals
The Penn Yan Mustangs boys lacrosse season came to an end in the Class D State Semifinals where they were defeated by the LaFayette/Onondaga Lancers 13-6 at Cicero-North Syracuse High School on Wednesday night. Class D BLAX State Semifinal: Your score heading into halftime. #NYSPHSAA pic.twitter.com/MymcvouRYP — NYSPHSAA (@NYSPHSAA) June 5, 2019 more

Vargas goes distance in Mets’ shutout win

Vargas goes distance in Mets’ shutout win
Since mid-April, Jason Vargas has been the most reliable pitcher on the Mets’ staff and has steadied the rotation. Wednesday was no exception. Vargas gave the Mets distance in the game and gave the bullpen a break for the night, as the Mets won 7-0. Vargas scattered five hits and issued only one walk, with eight strikeouts. It was Vargas’... more

Cooper Crunick no-hitter propels Canandaigua baseball into States

The Canandaigua Braves baseball team advanced to Far West Regional and one game away from the NYSPHSAA Final Four on Tuesday with a 11-1 victory over Pittsford-Sutherland in the Section V Class A play-in game. Cooper Crunick was literally unhitable on the mound for the Braves throwing his second no-hitter of the season and finishing with 10 strikeouts. Seth Vigneri set the... more

FRESH TAKES W/ RUSSO & FELICE: Stanley Cup & NBA Finals all tied up (podcast)

FRESH TAKES W/ RUSSO & FELICE: Stanley Cup & NBA Finals all tied up (podcast)
This week’s episode of Fresh Takes with Russo and Felice comes with both the NBA Finals between Golden State and Toronto and the NHL Stanley Cup Finals between Boston and St. Louis tied up. Who will prevail and capture a championship? Also, the latest from Major League Baseball and a Paul & Nick give their Final Fresh Take of the... more

Gananda Blue Panthers punch ticket to regionals

Gananda Blue Panthers punch ticket to regionals
With one out in the fourth inning, the Bolivar-Richburg Wolverines brought the tying run to the plate. Bill McClare knew he had to make a pitching change. The Gananda Blue Panthers head coach decided to bring on senior first baseman Zach Ciprich in relief. “Cip just pounds the strike zone,” coach McClare said after the Blue Panthers’ 5-1 win over... more

Honeoye heading to Class D regional with 6-5 win over Avoca

Honeoye heading to Class D regional with 6-5 win over Avoca
Honeoye’s Dom Trippi drew a walk with two outs in the 6th inning followed by a steal of second base with Jacob Slocum already on third. Trippi made it safely to second after a wild throw which allowed Slocum to score the game-winning run for Honeoye which sends the Bulldogs to the NYSPHSAA Class D Far West Regional on Saturday.... more

Pal-Mac girls lacrosse headed to States for a third year in a row

Pal-Mac girls lacrosse deaded to States for a third year in a row
Pal-Mac is headed to their third straight state tournament following a regional win over Eden on Saturday, but another final four appearance isn’t enough for the Red Raiders. “We have a lot of motivation,” Pal-Mac Senior Midfielder Emma Arnold said. “We’ve made it twice and just come short every game so I think this year we’re like, ‘Let’s take it... more

19th annual PGA golf clinic a success at NR-W

19th annual PGA golf clinic a success at NR-W
The North Rose-Wolcott Central School District recently put on the 19th annual PGA golf clinic, where participants received tips from PGA professionals. Approximately 30 people attended the event in Wolcott. Jon Fowler, PGA pro from Springbrook Greens in Fair Haven, helped participants with their putting game. Larissa Carter, PGA Assistant from Highland Country Club in Auburn, NY, assisted with chipping.... more

Could Lawrence Moten’s Big East scoring record be in jeopardy?

Could Lawrence Moten’s Big East scoring record be in jeopardy?
On Feb. 18, 1995, Lawrence Moten scored 20 points in a loss to Seton Hall. But in that game, the Syracuse star broke the Big East’s all-time scoring record held by former Seton Hall player Terry Dehere. Nearly a quarter-century later, Moten still holds the Big East record with 1,405 points. However, he might not hold that claim for much... more

Waterloo holds off Newark in Class B state softball qualifier

Waterloo holds off Newark in Class C state softball qualifier
The Waterloo Lady Indians softball team’s season continues after holding off a 7th inning rally from the Newark Lady Reds on Monday evening at Midlakes High School. Waterloo defeated Newark 5-3 in the match-up of softball sectional champs to determine Section V’s representative from Class B into the NYSPHSAA tournament. Waterloo advances to the NYSPHSAA Far West Regional on Saturday... more
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