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W-FL MONDAY: Waterloo wins third straight, Romulus wins by a point & Red Creek beats Clyde

W-FL MONDAY: Waterloo wins third straight, Romulus wins by a point & Red Creek beats Clyde
It was a light slate of games on Monday night in the world of Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball with just three games on the schedule for the boys and two on the girls side. The bug news of the night was an impressive win for the Waterloo Indians over World of Inquiry and a league victory for Red Creek... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Peters powers Newark over Mynderse; Whitman handles Bloomfield

W-FL FRIDAY: Peters powers Newark over Mynderse; Whitman handles Bloomfield
In the first full Friday night of high school basketball in the Wayne-Finger Lakes, it certainly wasn’t a Wonderful Life at Arthur L. Baker where the visiting Newark Reds defeated Mynderse in their home gym for the first time in six years. Also in the East, Wayne handled Penn Yan, Geneva snuck by Midlakes, and Waterloo rolled past Pal-Mac. In... more

W-FL TUESDAY: Waterloo bounces back; Wayne falls to Leadership, VanAken drops 29 to lift Red Jacket girls

W-FL TUESDAY: Waterloo bounces back; Wayne falls to Leadership, VanAken drops 29 to lift Red Jacket girls
In a clash of Class A2 titans, the two-time defending Sectional champion Wayne Eagles lost to a tough Leadership team at Wayne Central Tuesday night, 83-72. After falling behind 26-9 after the first quarter, Wayne came back to tie the game early in the fourth quarter. They would never take the lead, however, as Leadership pulled away for the 11... more

W-FL FRIDAY: Wayne Train departs from the station with a win & a hot night for Kunes in Vine Valley

W-FL FRIDAY: Wayne Train departs from the station with a win & a hot night for Kunes in Vine Valley
Friday night in Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball saw some big early season wins and some great individual performances. The biggest win of the night came from the Wayne Eagles who begin their quest for a Sectional title three-peat in Class A2 by earning a 3-point win over Pittsford-Sutherland. The Eagles were led by Nick Carmichael with 19 points and... more

W-FL SATURDAY: Marion girls edge Wilson to start 2-0; Red Jacket & Mynderse notch first wins

W-FL SATURDAY: Marion girls edge Wilson to start 2-0; Red Jacket & Mynderse notch first wins
The Marion girls basketball team moved to 2-0 on the young season with a convincing 53-22 win over Wilson-Magnet on Saturday to capture the Red Jacket tip-off tournament title. Meanwhile, the Red Jacket girls notched their first win in the consolation game behind a 27 point effort from Sara VanAken. In Ovid, the South Seneca girls lost to Section 3’s... more

W-FL FRIDAY: South Seneca girls roll past Sodus; Mynderse, Red Jacket lose openers

W-FL FRIDAY: South Seneca girls roll past Sodus; Mynderse, Red Jacket lose openers
With the Thanksgiving leftovers in the fridge, area high school basketball teams are preparing to take the court for a new season. A few teams are in action this weekend. The premiere event would be a girls tournament hosted by South Seneca. Check out the full results from Friday night’s action below… GIRLS BASKETBALL: WEEDSPORT (3) 59 VS MYNDERSE 46... more

Sheriff: Woman brutally assaulted in Red Creek

Sheriff: Woman brutally assaulted during Red Creek domestic incident
Wayne County Sheriff Barry Virts says a Wolcott man is in custody after turning himself in two days after a brutal domestic incident, which left a Red Creek woman seriously injured. The victim, who was slammed to the ground, dragged, and punched about the face and body – could be heard screaming for help in the background of a 911... more

Junior from Red Creek HS killed in Arcadia crash

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The Times of Wayne County reports that a 16-year-old from Red Creek was killed in a crash that happened Monday night in Arcadia. Deven Jackson, 16, was killed in the crash on Blue Cut Road. Sources tell the Times that the car he was in left the roadway – struck a utility pole, flipped, and landed in a field. The... more

Red Creek volunteer firefighter looking for answers after bike stolen

It was just a normal day for Red Creek volunteer firefighter Brian Kuhlman. Kuhlman doesn’t drive and rode his bike to respond to the scene of an accident Saturday. His job that day was to direct traffic near the emergency scene at the intersection of routes 104 and 104-A. “So I left my bike on the opposite side of the... 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

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

Red Creek man charged with aggravated DWI after crashing into pizzeria

The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office reports the arrest of a 27-year-old Red Creek man following an investigation into a hit-and-run. Matthew Loveall, 27, of Red Creek is said to have crashed into Fat Frankie’s Pizzeria on Main Street. He then drove off, causing damage to the building and the vehicle. Deputies located and stopped the vehicle a short distance away.... more

Red Creek man charged with assault after stabbing at party

State Police were called to the report of a stabbing this week, which resulted in a Red Creek man being charged with assault. According to police, a gathering took place at 6787 Main Street in Red Creek where a good amount of alcohol was consumed and an argument ensued. The argument spilled outside where it became physical. The incident unfolded... more

DEC’s Great Lakes Program wants to hear from people in Sterling, Wolcott Creek watersheds

The state Department of Environmental Conservation's Great Lakes Program is looking for ways to manage the ecosystem in Sterling and Wolcott Creek sub watersheds located in Wayne, Cayuga and a small portion of western Oswego counties. People who live and work in the watershed, or any other stakeholders, are encouraged to fill out a survey, which the DEC will use... more

Barn damaged after morning fire in Wayne County

A small barn suffered extensive damage after a fire on Route 104 in Wayne County. Red Creek, Victory, and Fair Haven fire departments responded along with Oswego Town RIT and Lakeshore Ambulance. Firefighters who arrived on-scene first confirmed that there was an active fire at the scene — but noted that there was no livestock in the structure. An hour... more

Wayne Train’s next stop is the Big House; All FL West girls championship game set for Saturday (W-FL round-up 2/28)

It was a tremendous showcase for Finger Lakes West girls basketball at Honeoye Falls-Lima on Wednesday night in the Section V girls Class C2 semifinal round featuring Red Jacket, Bloomfield and a surging South Seneca Lady Falcons squad. Meanwhile, in Victor, the Wayne Eagles smothering 2-3 zone propelled Coach Bill Thompson’s squad to the Class A2 Championship game in the... more
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