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Lyons boys basketball coach is new Weedsport AD

Lyons boys varsity basketball head coach Zac Young has coached the historic Section V program to three Sectional Championships and a trip to the NYS Final Four. This year’s Lyons team is expected to be the best since Damon Hunter led the Lions to Glen Falls in 2015. For the first time in nine seasons, however, Young won’t be on... more

Warren “absolutely” wants Pegulas running Blue Cross Arena long-term

Mayor Lovely Warren introduced Pegula Sports as the interim manager of Blue Cross Arena on Friday, with an eye toward a long-term deal. “Absolutely that is the plan,” she said when asked if the city wanted the Rochester Americans, Buffalo Sabres and Buffalo Bills owners in charge from now on. The interim pact will run from Aug. 1 through Dec.... more

Binghamton vs. Glens Falls for NYS boys basketball championships

The biggest head-to-head battle of the 2018-19 school year in New York will not be played out on a field, in a gym or at a park. Instead, it will transpire in a meeting room in Latham, a hamlet a few miles north of Albany. That is where the New York State Public High School Athletic Association’s boys basketball committee... more

Judge tosses Red Creek parent’s lawsuit over basketball player’s ejection

State Supreme Court Justice J. Scott Odorisi dismissed the case brought by a Red Creek parent that challenged Section V and state rules over player suspensions after an ejection, saying courts shouldn’t get involved with settling a “sporting squabble.” “Courts are valuable tools to resolve disputes,” Odorisi wrote in his decision, which was released Thursday, “but they should not be... more

Ruling on Red Creek basketball parent’s appeal against Section V expected 6/22

No decision was made Thursday regarding the case brought by a Red Creek parent challenging Section V’s lack of an appeals process for athletes who are ejected from games. But state Supreme Court Justice J. Scott Odorisi made it very clear he thinks the Hall of Justice is no place for high school sports. Odorisi said he will issue a... more

Hearing Thursday on lawsuit against Section V over Red Creek basketball player’s ejection

The final week of the high school sports season may bring some closure to a saga that started in late February when a Red Creek basketball player was ejected from a Section V Tournament game. Justice J. Scott Odorisi is scheduled to rule on a motion to dismiss “and other matters,” according to Section V attorney Robert G. Lamb, at... more

Angry parents cost this Honeoye coach his job and reputation so he sued them and won $50K

Mark Storm’s message to the hundreds of boys and girls he met as a teacher and coach at Honeoye Central was “give me four years and I’ll give you a lifetime.” He gave more than half his life to the small school south of Rochester, as a physical education teacher for 29 years and coach for 31 in basketball, baseball,... more

Judge asks for more info in case of Red Creek parent challenging Section V

The hearing stemming from a controversial injunction sought in February by the parent of a Red Creek girls basketball player after his daughter was ejected from a Section V Tournament game has been delayed again. It was scheduled for Tuesday but has been pushed back indefinitely, Section V executive director Kathy Hoyt said. It’s the third delay. Hearings were initially set for early and late March. The... more

D&C releases 2017-18 All-Greater Rochester Winter Sports picks

Meet the 2017-18 All-Greater Rochester Winter Sports picks — 175 athletes and 15 coaches selected to represent 14 all-star teams. One Wrestler of the Year hasn’t lost a match in four years while a track Athlete of the Year weathered a storm to become the first competitor in Section V history to win three gold medals at states. First-team picks... more

FL1 Sports 2017-18 Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball season recap (video)

Relive the most exciting plays and memorable moments from our 2017-18 high school basketball coverage on FingerLakes1.com. Highlights from interviews with student-athletes, half-court shots and sectional championships from five different Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball teams are featured in this video. . more

UPSTATE HOOPS SEASON FINALE: Recap another exciting season and look ahead to next year (podcast)

Five teams captured Sectional Championships from the Wayne-Finger Lakes boys and girls basketball leagues this season with the Midlakes Lady Screaming Eagles going all the way to the NYS Final Four. Recap another exciting winter of coverage on FingerLakes1.com, look ahead to next season and watch our season recap video at the end of the show on our season final... more

2018 Ronald McDonald Exceptional Senior All-Star Game (video recap)

For the final time in their high school careers, 28 girls and 28 boys took to the court to play their last basketball game in Rochester. Traivia Breedlove scored a game-high 17 points in the Gold teams’ victory in the girls game. The Gold team also won the boys game. Senior, Logan Castiglione, representing Waterloo/FL East at the Ronald McDonald... more

MIDLAKES FALLS IN TROY: Screaming Eagles historic season ends at NYS semifinals, 60-48

The Midlakes girls varsity basketball was the last Wayne-Finger Lakes boys or girls basketball team still playing when they took the court at Hudson Valley Community College in Troy on Friday afternoon for the NYSPHSAA Class B state semifinal game against the Susquehanna Valley Sabers out of Section IV. Both the Screaming Eagles and Sabers brough undefeated records to the... more

Newfield boys get another shot at Moriah in final four

After losing to Moriah last year in the Class D state championship game, the Newfield boys basketball team thought about what could have been. More significantly, the Trojans also thought about what could still be. As disappointing as the 61-52 setback was for the Trojans, there was a belief the talent would be back to make a return visit to... more

MAKING HISTORY: Unbeaten Midlakes girls roll on to NYS Final Four with win over Fredonia

Midlakes junior Alaina Forbes scored a team-high 29 points to lead her undefeated Screaming Eagles girls varsity basketball team to a 70-60 victory over Section VI Class B champion Fredonia in the NYSPHSAA Far West Regional game at Rush-Henrietta on Saturday night. Midlakes led most of the game but after Fredonia battled back to tie the score with 5 minutes... more

VIDEO REPLAY: South Seneca & Midlakes play for trip to NYS Final Four

Two Wayne-Finger Lakes girls basketball teams compete at the Far West Regionals at Rush-Henrietta on Saturday night for a chance to advance to the NYSPHSAA Final Four at Hudson Valley Community College. First, the South Seneca Lady Falcons take on the Section VI Class C Champion Allegany-Limestone Gators. Then, the undefeated Midlakes Screaming Eagles face Section VI Class B Champion... more

Clyde-Savannah championship season ends in Buffalo, 72-56

The Section V Class D representative to the Far West Regionals, Clyde-Savannah. fell one game short of the NYSPHSAA Final Four on Saturday dropping a 72-56 decision to Section VI’s Buffalo East at Buffalo State. Buffalo East dominated the interior outscoring Clyde-Savannah 40-14 in the paint and outscoring C-S 21-5 in second chance points. In a game that featured 10... more

South Seneca girls fall at Far West Regional

The three-time defending Section V Class C champions fell just one-game short in their attempt to return to the NYSPHSAA Final Four for the third consecutive season. They lost on Saturday evening in the Far West Regionals to the Allegany-Limestone Gators by a final score of 52-43. The game was streamed live on FL1 Radio and will be re-streamed with... more
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