NYS high school sports seasons will start one week later beginning in 2020

NYS high school sports seasons will start one week later beginning in 2020
Summer for high school athletes in New York will be a little longer starting with the 2010-21 school year. The state public high school athletic association’s executive committee approved a move to cut a week off of the fall, winter and spring seasons Thursday morning during its quarterly meeting in Saratoga Springs. Read More: Syracuse.com A recap of the #NYSPHSAA... more

Newark Reds Girls Varsity Bowling Team, Trinity Wells recognized by Village Board

Newark Reds Girls Varsity Bowling Team, Trinity Wells recognized by Village Board
At the March 19, 2019 Village Board meeting, members of the 2019 Newark Girls Varsity Bowling Team were recognized for their outstanding achievements this season. The team, comprised of Emily Spry, Abbie Olmstead, Natalie Kent, Ashley Tack, Rebecca Spry, Emily Lang, and Coach Mark Rowe, won the Finger Lakes League. They advanced to become Section V – Class C Champions... more

Newark names scholar athlete teams

Newark names scholar athlete teams
Newark High School Winter teams have qualified for scholar athlete team status. The recognition is given by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association to varsity athletic teams that collectively achieve averages of 90 or better. “Education-based athletics provides the culture and environment for young people to thrive,” said Chris Corey, Director of Health, Physical Education and Athletics... more

Bowling teams in Seneca get a financial boost from Seneca Meadows

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Seneca Meadows recently presented the high school bowling teams represented in Seneca County with a contribution to help offset their season costs.    “High school bowling programs require funding above and beyond what is typically allocated in school budgets, and this boost from Seneca Meadows goes a long way toward meeting the funding gap,” offered Pat Malcuria owner of Sunset... 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

Meet the All-Greater Rochester Winter 2016-17 selections

Meet the 2016-17 All-Greater Rochester Winter Sports teams — 164 athletes and 16 coaches selected to represent 14 teams. Three athletes repeated as Players of the Year, including a track star who broke national records and appeared in Sports Illustrated. Two AGR nominees are triplet sisters, born premature and underweight who now overpower their Nordic skiing competition. A wrestler lives... more

Newark Lady Bowlers finish regular season perfect (photo)

The Newark Varsity girls bowling team finished its regular season with a perfect 84-0 record and a perfect 70-0 in league play after defeating the Geneva Panthers 7-0 on Tuesday evening. Emily Spry led the Reds with a 615 series including a game of 234. Teammate Alex Rowe added a 551 series and a 211 game. Photo by Jim Miranda more

Penn Yan’s Johnson primed for big year on the lanes

The 2016-17 New York high school bowling championships may be a few months away, but Penn Yan senior Bryce Johnson has already made a statement to the rest of the state. Johnson fired an impressive 814 series in the Mustangs’ season opener — and that will certainly grab the attention of every bowler in Section V and beyond. FL Times:... more

Around the Lake: Transitioning to winter sports in the IAC

Before the temperatures plummeted and the first snow set in on the trees Saturday, it felt more like early season football weather than basketball. It would have been nice to have that weather when we were all bundled in winter jackets and scarfs during the final few weeks of local football action when the thermostat hovered near the freezing line.... more