Category: Scholastic

WATCH LIVE TONIGHT: Mynderse host Newark in FL East boys soccer action (FL1 Sports)

WEBCAST REPLAY: Mynderse hosts Newark in FL East boys soccer action (FL1 Sports)

The Newark Reds try to avenge a 1-0 loss to the Mynderse Blue Devils when they visit Seneca Falls on Thursday, October 29th for a 6:30 PM tilt. Mynderse enters the game at 4-4 looking for a win in their final regular ... MORE
WATCH LIVE AT 11 AM: Saturday morning soccer as Wayne tangles with Mynderse (FL1 Sports)

WEBCAST REPLAY: Saturday morning soccer as Wayne tangles with Mynderse (FL1 Sports)

The Wayne Eagles take the long ride from Ontario to Seneca Falls for Breakfast at Bracht Field as they take on the Mynderse Blue Devils in a Saturday morning girls varsity soccer match-up. The Lady Blue Devils are fresh of their first ... MORE
WATCH LIVE TONIGHT: Senior Night in Seneca Falls as Mynderse hosts Midlakes (FL1 Sports)

WEBCAST REPLAY: Senior Night in Seneca Falls as Mynderse hosts Midlakes (FL1 Sports)

The Mynderse Academy Lady Blue Devils host the Midlakes Screaming Eagles on Senior Night for a Finger Lakes East girls varsity soccer match-up in Seneca Falls. Jim Sinicropi and Al Loucks have the call for FingerLakes1.com Sports starting at 6:15 pm. ... MORE
WATCH LIVE AT 6:20 PM: Waterloo battles Mynderse in boys soccer rivalry game (FL1 Sports)

WEBCAST REPLAY: Waterloo battles Mynderse in boys soccer rivalry game (FL1 Sports)

Cross-town rivals Waterloo and Mynderse meet for a boys soccer showdown on Bracht Field in Seneca Falls on Tuesday night. This is the first of 6 live soccer games streaming on FingerLakes1.com over the next three weeks. Jim Sinicropi and Al Loucks ... MORE
FL1 Sports announces 6-game live high school soccer broadcast schedule

FL1 Sports announces 6-game live high school soccer broadcast schedule

With restrictions on attendance for local high school soccer games this season due to the pandemic, FingerLakes1.com, with the support of several area businesses, is excited to announce we will be live streaming 6 high school soccer games beginning this week. All ... MORE
‘OUR KIDS LACK ENOUGH’: South Seneca stays out of Section V soccer, but will resume cross country and golf

‘OUR KIDS LACK ENOUGH’: Parents hammer South Seneca BOE over decision to cancel fall sports

At a mid-September meeting without a lot of fanfare, the South Seneca Board of Education opted out of the Section V fall sports season. It was a move that did not receive a lot of attention at the time, but prompted heavy ... MORE
High School Football, Volleyball will be pushed to Spring in New York

Fall season delayed until Spring 2021; Condensed schedule to begin next year for HS football, volleyball

The Officers of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association voted to delay the official start date of the Fall 2020 sports season, cancel the Fall 2020 Regional and State Championships and prepare to implement a condensed season schedule in ... MORE
NYSPHSAA releases expanded guidance for high school athletics

NYSPHSAA releases expanded guidance for high school athletics

On Friday, in response to questions and concerns expressed by member schools, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, released a 41-page document as a recommended resource on how schools may consider approaching the “Return To Interscholastic Athletics.” As NYSPHSAA ... MORE
NYSPHSAA to release guidance for fall high school sports on Friday

NYSPHSAA to release guidance for fall high school sports on Friday

The COVID-19 task force assembled by the High School Athletic Association is meeting Monday to discuss the fate of fall sports. The NYSPHSAA expects to have that answer by the end of the week and will send out guidance to schools statewide ... MORE
Cuomo says its up to individual districts to cancel fall sports

Cuomo says its up to individual districts to cancel fall sports

During his daily conference call on Thursday, Governor Andrew Cuomo responded to a call from superintendents across New York State to delay the start of sports. Earlier in the week he called several sports ‘low-risk’ and gave them the green light to ... MORE
Superintendents council says sports should be delayed in New York until January, but not all school leaders agree

Superintendents council says sports should be delayed in New York until January, but not all school leaders agree

The New York Council of School Superintendents is asking for Governor Andrew Cuomo to postpone all sports until January 2021. Earlier this week he said low-risk sports could play beginning September 21st. The council says it fears athletes could expose their classmates ... MORE
NYSPHSA says more time needed to determine what fall sports will look like, despite Cuomo’s announcement this week

NYSPHSAA says more time needed to determine what fall sports will look like, despite Cuomo’s announcement this week

What’s happening with fall sports? On Monday, Governor Andrew Cuomo announced that all sports can start practicing on September 21st. However, not all sports would be allowed to participate in games. Now, the governing body that oversees sports at public schools says ... MORE
Section V’s nine leagues unveil new

Section V’s nine leagues unveil new or updated logos

Section V High School Athletics, of the NYSPHSAA, is made up of nine leagues across twelve different counties. The nine leagues are Allegany, Finger Lakes, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Private Parochial, Rochester City Athletic Conference (RCAC), Steuben, and Wayne. Each league is responsible ... MORE
Scholastic, Sports
Low-risk HS sports get go ahead in NY

Low-risk HS sports get go ahead in NY

Governor Andrew Cuomo gave some high school sports the go ahead for next month, while keeping other sports as “practice-only” sports. At a news briefing Monday morning, Cuomo said lower-risk sports such as tennis, soccer, cross country, field hockey, and swimming can ... MORE
NYSPHSA says seniors won’t be given extra eligibility, even if last season is ended by COVID-19

NYSPHSA says seniors won’t be given extra eligibility, even if last season is ended by COVID-19

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association says seniors are not going to receive extra eligibility if their season is cancelled. The idea was batted around after New Jersey developed a plan to give high school seniors an opportunity to ... MORE