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Penn Yan will add 50 new jobs
Penn Yan will add 50 new jobs
PENN YAN—The Emmi Roth Penn Yan dairy manufacturing plant will bring 50 new jobs to the village by expanding its yogurt production facility. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced Tuesday, July 22, Emmi Roth USA, a producer of premium specialty cheeses and dairy products, is expanding its operations and retaining its workforce in Penn Yan and Orangeburg as part of a $11.6 million investment. Emmi Penn Yan will acquire production equipment and expand its existing structure in order to grow its market share in North America. Emmi Penn Yan is being offered $400,000 in tax benefits by the state in order to accomplish this investment. Currently, Emmi Roth’s Penn Yan production facility is located at 105 Horizon Business Park Drive (formerly the CASP dairy plant). Emmi Penn Yan’s manufacturing facility produces Siggi’s brand yogurt, as well as bag-in-box milk and creamers for foodservice dispensers. The facility is currently at capacity. “Emmi Roth continues to be our fastest growing manufacturer and we are elated that they are investing further in their Penn Yan facility,” Finger Lakes Economic Development Center (FLEDC) CEO Steve Griffin said. Read More ...
Whyman resigns county treasurer post
Whyman resigns county treasurer post
SCHUYLER COUNTY—Schuyler County Treasurer Gary Whyman has issued a letter of resignation from his position as of Monday, July 21. Whyman made the announcement citing personal and family reasons for leaving the position. Whyman’s resignation will become effective Friday, Aug. 1. “There comes a time for everyone when family events occur that bring about a change of life focus,” Whyman wrote. “I have recently endured such an event… and it has, and is still changing my focus. Because of this change in focus, I am officially tendering my resignation, effective Aug. 1 from the position of Schuyler County treasurer.” Whyman said Deputy Treasurer Lisa Snyder will temporarily assume the treasurer position once his resignation takes effect. Whyman thanked the people he has worked with in the treasurer’s office in his letter of resignation. He said they have made great strides in making improvements for the future of Schuyler County. Read More ...
How’s your business this summer?
How’s your business this summer?
TRI-COUNTY AREA—Many area businesses capitalize on the expanded customer base while the summer tourist season is in full swing. However, varying conditions from year to year have an impact on whether a business does better or worse than the year before. We asked several area businesses, “How has your business been this summer?” Morgan Marine owner Jeff Kennedy said he is ahead in certain aspects of his business, while down in others. He said while overall business is slightly up from last year, areas like gas sales and boat services are actually down from last year. Kennedy said while business also dipped during the period Keuka Lake was closed to boat traffic, the increase in boat sales has increased to the point where he is coming out slightly ahead this year. When it comes to lodging, Brian Zerges, owner of the Best Western in Penn Yan and Finger Lakes Premier Properties said some areas are doing better than others. He said vacation rentals are up slightly from the year before, while business at the hotel is flat. Zerges added the rental business growth is not pacing with the industry standard, and he has had to invest significantly into additional marketing to maintain that growth. He said without the additional marketing, the additional growth might not have been there this year. “It is not a bad year, but it is not a great year,” Zerges said. Read More ...
Hector Fair is this weekend
Hector Fair is this weekend
HECTOR—The 56th annual Hector Firemen’s Fair will take place this weekend, running from Thursday, July 24 to Saturday, July 26. The fair will be located at the Hector Fire Department Field on Route 414. Gates will open Thursday at 6 p.m. Thursday is Family Night, which features discounted ride tickets. Gates open again at 6 p.m. Friday, with the parade beginning at 7 p.m. The second annual float competition will also take place Friday. The fair opens at noon Saturday with several events taking place throughout the day. The car show and chicken barbecue will run from noon to 4 p.m. The ride matinee will run from 1 to 5 p.m., with live music taking place from 9 to 10 p.m. The fireworks display will begin at 10:30 p.m. Read More ...
Keuka College president outlines projects
Keuka College president outlines projects
KEUKA PARK—More than 60 people attended the annual meeting of the Bluff Point Association  Saturday, July 19 at Keuka College. During the meeting, association members listened to presentations from Keuka College and the town of Jerusalem regarding their future plans for development in the area. Keuka College President Jorge Diaz-Herrera gave a presentation on the upcoming changes at the college, both physically and educationally. He said one of the primary focuses is to bring the curriculum into the 21st century through digital learning at Keuka. Herrera said the college will begin installing computer digital concepts in all majors since we now live in a world dominated by computer code. Read More ...
Schuyler resident wins $1 million
Schuyler resident wins $1 million
BURDETT—Schuyler County resident Doid Kerns, 74, of Valois received  a check for $1 million Tuesday, July 22 for winning second place in a New York Lottery Powerball drawing. Kerns won the drawing after purchasing a ticket at the Dandy Mini Mart in Burdett June 4.  “I was very excited,” Kerns said. The New York Lottery’s Yolanda Vega presented the ceremonial oversized prize check to Kerns Tuesday morning at the Burdett Dandy Mini Mart. Kerns, upon receiving his check, said the first thing he is going to do with his newly won money is pay off his current debts and spend the money on family. “I’m going to pay off my debts, give my daughter money for my grandkids for college and buy a Chevy,” Kerns said. Read More ...
Dundee woman dies in three car accident
Dundee woman dies in three car accident
MILO―One woman is dead and six are injured following an alcohol related motor vehicle accident along Route 14 Thursday, June 17. Passenger Roxan E. Meier, 55, of Dundee was pronounced dead at the scene. Sabrina T. Livermore, 26, of Rome was arrested for driving while intoxicated and second degree vehicular manslaughter. The New York State Police out of Dundee investigated a three car fatal motor vehicle accident on Route 14 at Randall Crossing Road in the town of Milo. Investigation revealed a vehicle operated by Livermore was traveling in a westerly direction on Randall Crossing Road when she failed to negotiate a curve in the road. Livermore’s vehicle continued west out of a grassy area, striking the railroad tracks at Randall Crossing and entering Route 14. Livermore’s vehicle collided with a vehicle traveling north on State Route 14 being operated by Cleo C. Pollack, 63, of Dundee and a third vehicle traveling south on Route 14 being operated by Joseph Morin, 37, of Montour Falls. Read More ...
Protestors demand resolution repeal
Protestors demand resolution repeal
WATKINS GLEN—Some 300 people gathered around the Schuyler County office building to protest the Schuyler County Legislature Monday, July 14. People turned out to oppose a June decision to support Crestwood’s liquid petroleum gas (LPG) storage plan, with many carrying anti-LPG, anti-fracking and Gas Free Seneca signs. While the debate inside was orderly, and attended by more than 40 people, the atmosphere outside quickly turned hostile. Once word spread a motion to rescind the support resolution tallied three votes to five, the gathered crowd took to voicing their anger at the legislators as they walked back to their vehicles. Legislator Van Harp, who had seconded and voted for the motion to rescind the June resolution, was bombarded by chants of “shame on you,” as several protestors got close enough to yell in his face. A security escort broke up a heated exchange between Harp and one protestor. Read More ...
Seneca Lake: Algae may become toxic
Seneca Lake: Algae may become toxic
SENECA LAKE—With the beginning of regular monitoring of Seneca Lake, researchers have been on the lookout for potentially toxic strains of blue-green algae. The New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) will be monitoring Seneca Lake to identify the strains of algae containing the bacteria that may be harmful to humans and warm-blooded mammals. While blue-green algae has been identified in Seneca Lake before, testing the lake will allow the townships to take the necessary precautions to eliminate the health hazard should a strain be located. “I have identified strains of blue-green algae in the plankton,” Hobart and Willaim Smith Professor of Geolimnology and Hydrogeochemistry Dr. John Halfman said regarding his previous research in Seneca Lake. “I’ve been looking at it under a microscope, but microscopic identification will not completely identify if the species we find are toxic or not.” Read More ...
Classic boats are coming to Keuka
Classic boats are coming to Keuka
HAMMONDSPORT—The Wine Country Classic Boats (WCCB), Inc. will present their 32nd Annual Antique Boat Show and 31st Annual Regatta this weekend. The show will take place at Depot Park in Hammondsport Saturday and Sunday, July 19 and 20. The show runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, and 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Sunday. Hammondsport firemen will lead the parade with their fire hose boat July 19 at 3 p.m. and the 31st Annual Regatta will take place Sunday at 10:30 a.m., featuring two heats.  Co-Chair of the WCCB Show Patti Bandy said she estimates approximately 3,500 people to attend the event if weather cooperates. This year will feature GarWood boats, and will also include a  boat builder from Union Springs, John Ford. Ford will offer rides in his 30-foot FordCraft, “After Hours” throughout the weekend. In addition, guide boat builder and designer Steve Kaulback, of Adirondack Guide Boats, Inc. will be displaying his creations and offering rides. Read More ...
Tornado hits, wind damages Reading home
Tornado hits, wind damages Reading home
READING—The National Weather Service (NWS) confirmed a tornado touched down near Altay Road at 4:34 p.m. in the town of Reading Sunday, July 13. At approximately 4:50 p.m. the Watkins Glen Fire Department was dispatched to 4324 Route 27 in the town of Reading, for a report of serious damage to a structure from a storm. Upon arrival of Rescue 56, the structure was found to be heavily damaged with the roof completely removed. Three people were at home at the time of the incident and required assistance in getting out but were uninjured. Rescue 56 successfully removed the three persons from the home. The structure was stabilized as best as possible but is still unsafe for occupancy. The storm tracked east, snapping and uprooting many trees along its path. Read More ...
Officials see results with lake treatment
Officials see results with lake treatment
TRI-COUNTY AREA—Lamoka Lake’s chemical weed treatment appears to be helping to ease the nuisance plaguing lake shore residents. Taking place in late May, Lamoka Lake underwent a $96,000 chemical treatment to help stop the spread of the invasive species Eurasian Milfoil. While the treatment does not target the growth of excessive native plants, the treatment combined with the weather conditions appear to be keeping weeds from becoming as big a problem they have been in recent years. “[The chemical treatment] was done in May and it met with some good success,” Lamoka-Waneta Lake Association (LWLA) President Terry Allison said. “It’s for Eurasian Milfoil, it’s not for all the weeds. We have had in the past extremely high growth of our native plants, but we are not allowed to touch our native plants due to [Department of Environmental Conservation] (DEC) regulations.” Read More ...
Organizations bring in funds for flood relief
Organizations bring in funds for flood relief
PENN YAN—Several area organizations have been raising funds to help affected people and organizations affected by the flash flooding in May. Some cooperate with other groups, some raise money on their own, but all have been working toward donating flood relief funds to those who require assistance. The most recent relief effort took place Sunday, July 13 along East Elm St. in the form of the “#PYStrong2K14” benefit concert. The event drew some 350 people, raising approximately $1,500 to donate to the Arc of Yates. The show featured performances by Ruby Shooz, Knight Patrol, Johnny Smoke, Stone Soul Foundation, Dirty Jameson and Buster Crab, with additional acoustic acts. The Penn Yan Rotary Club met Tuesday, July 1 with representatives of six not-for-profits who received $30,000 in donations for flood relief. The money was raised through the Penn Yan Rotary as part of an 11 county fundraising effort to help aid in flood relief. Rotary District 7120 encompasses Yates, Schuyler, Steuben, Chemung, Seneca, Ontario, Wayne, Monroe, Livingston, Wyoming and Allegany Counties, all who contributed money to help those still in need in Penn Yan. Read More ...
Lake group calls conditions ‘abnormal’
KEUKA PARK—Keuka Lake Association (KLA) President Bill Laffin said Keuka Lake has experienced an abnormal year so far in 2014. Laffin spoke during the KLA’s annual meeting Saturday, July 12 at Keuka College, where he said May’s rainfall events caused the lake to experience far different conditions than it normally would within the year. The president also said the winter ice, the snow melt and heavy precipitation events has caused several different conditions at the lake than what is normally seen. “To say this has not been an abnormal year would be like putting your head in the sand,” Laffin said. “Between the winter ice and the large melt and the precipitation in May, we have surely had some unique events.” Laffin said these events had different impacts  upon the lake, with the ice causing damage to docks as it began to break apart and move across the lake. He said the May storms also had an impact on Keuka Lake water quality as well. Read More ...
Village, owner consider rebuilding options
Village, owner consider rebuilding options
PENN YAN—After the complete collapse of the Owl’s Nest last week, new options are being considered on what is next for the site. Penn Yan Mayor Leigh MacKerchar said the village is working with Birkett Mills President Jeff Gifford to get the site cleaned up before any decisions can be made on the future of the property. “We are looking at different options, and I know Jeff [Gifford] is looking at different options,” MacKerchar said. “We have to do a lot of cleanout that is mostly underneath there. There is still debris down in there. It’s mostly out of the way but there is a lot of work that has to be done in and around that site.” The mayor said if another building were to be erected at the site, it would not be located over the top of Jacob’s Brook. MacKerchar said there would be a lot of engineering and planning to be done before a new building is constructed, and “those things would be scrutinized very carefully.” Read More ...
PHOTO GALLERY: Independence Day celebrations in the Finger Lakes
PHOTO GALLERY: Independence Day celebrations in the Finger Lakes
FINGER LAKES–The Independence Day holiday weekend hosted many events in Yates, Schuyler and Steuben counties. Pictured are photos from: the Tyrone reading of the Declaration of Independence, Dundee Day, the Penn Yan Fly-In Breakfast, the Branchport parade, fireworks at Clute Park in Watkins Glen and the Hammondsport parade. Read More ...
Finger Lakes Wine Festival starts Friday
Finger Lakes Wine Festival starts Friday
WATKINS GLEN—The annual Finger Lakes Wine Festival is set to take place this weekend. Running from Friday, July 11 to Sunday, July 13. The event takes place at Watkins Glen International (WGI) and is presented by Yancey’s Fancy New York Artisan Cheese. More than 90 wineries will be showcased at the event along with several different vendors and live music. One of last year’s new additions, the wine seminars, will be returning once more in this weekend’s festival. “We are doing the wine seminars again,” WGI Public Relations Manager Betsy Mayer said. “They were new last year but due to the feedback we got last year, those are coming back. They focus on more than just Reislings, and focus on those who say they can only find mostly sweet wines. They run two times a day Saturday and Sunday.” Read More ...
Village considers more gas project questions
Village considers more gas project questions
WATKINS GLEN--Two more people urged the Watkins Glen village board to take a position regarding the Crestwood liquid petroleum gas (LPG) storage expansion during their Monday, July 7 meeting. In recent months, several residents have come before the board highlighting the dangers of the Reading facility, urging the board to take a position against the project like other nearby towns and counties. Watkins Glen Mayor Swinnerton said the board has been  discussing the issue, and despite the differences of opinion between board members, they are working toward the best decision for those who live in the village. He said the board may be reaching a decision soon, which may lead to a resolution taking an official board stance. Schuyler County Legislator Michael Lausell spoke to the board about the ongoing need for an updated emergency plan in the county. He said while he is not trying to insult the first responders, he would like to see how long people have to evacuate if a train car carrying LPG derails and falls into the glen or if a tanker truck crashes coming down the hill into the village. Read More ...
 
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SPORTS
Sahlen's concludes with six hour winners
Sahlen's concludes with six hour winners
WATKINS GLEN–Racing at Watkins Glen International concluded, Sunday evening, June 29 after six hours of racing action. Four classes of cars, including Prototype, Prototype Challenge, GT Le Mans and GT Daytona, competed to win their class. The winners included: Prototype, car 90, Richard Westbrook and Michael Valiante, Corvette DP;  Prototype Challenge, car 54, Jonathan Bennett, Colin Braun and James Gue, ORECA FLM09;  GT Le Mans, car 3, Jan Magnussen and Antonio Garcia, Chevrolet Corvette C7.R;  GT Daytona, car 94, Dane Cameron and Markus Palttala, BMW Z4. Read More ...
Hammondsport honors 2013-14 athletes
HAMMONDSPORT–Hammondsport Central School honored athletes from the 2013-2014 school year, Friday, June 20. Awards were given to students from each team that recognized outstanding performance, dedication or improvement during the season. Other awards presented included: 2013-14 NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team Award: girls tennis, girls volleyball, girls soccer, girls softball. Varsity Letter Awards: Brandi Bailey (nine), Elizabeth Albright, Chris Beers, Jordan Schuck and Carly Presley (10), Trenton Kolo (11) and Lori Gordon (13). Read More ...
Odessa-Montour holds 46th annual sports boosters banquet
Odessa-Montour holds 46th annual sports boosters banquet
ODESSA--Athletes from the 2013-2014 sports seasons were acknowledged for their efforts during the Odessa-Montour Sports Boosters Banquet, Wednesday, June 11. Coaches from each team briefly talked about their season before presenting awards for teamwork and outstanding performance. The Harold Lynch Athlete of the Year Awards were presented to Jordan Little and Joey Collins. The Charles Martin Memorial Sportsmanship Awards were given to Sarah Simmons and Phil Humphries. The Coach of the Year was Terri Brace. Read More ...
Watkins Glen, Dundee and Penn Yan honor top athletes
Watkins Glen, Dundee and Penn Yan honor top athletes
FINGER LAKES--Last week Watkins Glen, Dundee and Penn Yan schools honored athletes for their contributions throughout the sports season. Watkins Glen named the Most Valuable Players for the spring sports season as well as naming other award winners at their banquet Tuesday, June 3. The MVP’s are Halle Phillips, golf; Matt Gill, track; Jordan Doane, softball; Taylor Hughey, softball and Keith Rekczis, golf; John Smith, baseball; Alexis Naylor, softball; Bryce De La Osa Cruz, lacrosse and Taylor Kennard, track. Read More ...
Penn Yan loses to Cazenovia, 8-6, in state semifinal game
Penn Yan loses to Cazenovia, 8-6, in state semifinal game
CICERO –The Penn Yan boys varsity lacrosse team lost to Cazenovia in the state semifinal game, Wednesday, June 4 at Cicero-North Syracuse high school. The final score was 8-6. Cazenovia is number one in the state and also defending a state title from last year. The Lakers move to 22-0 with the win and they will face Bronxville in the championship on Saturday. The Penn Yan Mustangs, number two in the state, put up a tough fight against Cazenovia. They ended the first quarter ahead 2-1 and remained tied 4-4 at the half. The Mustangs would again tie with  Cazenovia in the third quarter, 5-5, before it ended 6-5 with Cazenovia ahead. The Lakers ended the final quarter with two more points while Penn Yan only scored once, ending the game at 8-6. For the Mustangs, Andrew Perl led with three goals. Bradley Voigt, Rion Davison and Austin Fingar each added one. Goalie Brandon Maciejewski made 11 saves. Penn Yan ends the season with a 16-4 record. Read More ...
Penn Yan lacrosse advances to semifinal
Penn Yan lacrosse advances to semifinal
BUFFALO–The Penn Yan boys lacrosse team advanced to the state semifinal game by winning, Saturday, May 31 against Akron (section six). The final score was 19-4. Penn Yan controlled the game, outscoring Akron 4-1 in the first quarter, 4-1 in the second, 6-0 in the third and 5-2 in the fourth. Andrew Perl had seven goals in the game. Bradley Voigt and Craig Gerhardt each had three. Rion Davison recorded two, while Ben Covert, Austin Fingar, Sam Dirisio and Casey Marsh each had one. Fingar also had five assists and Voigt and Covert both had three. Brandon Maciejewski made 15 saves in the goal. Penn Yan will now face Cazenovia (section three) in the state semifinal game Wednesday, June 4 at Cicero North-Syracuse high school. The Mustang's game is scheduled to start at 8:00 p.m. Read More ...
Mustangs end baseball season with 9-5 loss
Mustangs end baseball season with 9-5 loss
BATAVIA—The Mustangs' varsity baseball team lost to Livonia, Friday, May 30, in the Section V Class B championship finals. The final score was 9-5.
 Lukas Larham had 12 strikeouts and walked two. Penn Yan had five runs and 11 hits overall. 
Livonia took a 6-2 lead in the fourth inning. The difference was expanded to 9-2 in the bottom of the sixth. Penn Yan's record at the end of the season is 15-5. The Livonia Bulldogs will advance to the Far West Regional against the Section 6 Class B winner next weekend. Read More ...
Penn Yan girls lose in finale
Penn Yan girls lose in finale
ROCHESTER–The Penn Yan girls varsity softball team lost to Wayland-Cohocton in the Class B championship game, Thursday, May 29 at Monroe Community College. The final score was 22-5. Coming into the game Penn Yan was the number one seed with a 16-4 record, while Wayland was number two at 18-4. The Lady Mustangs end the season at 16-5. Read More ...
Penn Yan girls fall in sectional championship
Penn Yan girls fall in sectional championship
IRONDEQUOIT—The Penn Yan girls varsity lacrosse team lost to Honeoye Falls-Lima, 14-9, in the Section V Class C championship game, Wednesday, May 28.
 Honeoye Falls scored the first goal, but Penn Yan earned an early 3-1 lead. The Cougars took the lead from the Mustangs with the next three goals of their own, all by Honeoye's Taylor Reed.
 Leading the Lady Mustangs was Heather Conklin with five points. Courtney Lafler scored three, while Peyton Pallar added one.
Honeoye Falls-Lima led Class C as the top seed. Penn Yan was seeded third and ends the season with a 15-3 record. Read More ...
PHOTO GALLERY: Penn Yan wins 19th sectional lacrosse championship
PHOTO GALLERY: Penn Yan wins 19th sectional lacrosse championship
WEBSTER―The Penn Yan Mustangs defeated the Palmyra-Macedon Red Raiders, Tuesday, May 27 in the Section V Class C lacrosse tournament with a dominating 17-5 score. This is the 19th Class C sectional title for the Mustangs. Penn Yan now moves to 15-3 for their overall season record. The Mustangs will now face Akron, Saturday, May 31. The Western Regional Championship will be played at All-High Stadium in Buffalo. Read More ...
Sectionals: Penn Yan softball, girls lacrosse advance
Sectionals: Penn Yan softball, girls lacrosse advance
PENN YAN–The Penn Yan girls varsity softball team advanced in sectional play, Thursday, May 22 by beating Marcus Whitman. The final score was 5-3. Becca Bailey drove in the go-ahead run for Penn Yan with an RBI triple. The softball team (15-4), will now take on Waterloo at Midlakes Tuesday, May 27 at 5 p.m. Read More ...
Mustangs baseball tops Hornell
Mustangs baseball tops Hornell
PENN YAN—Penn Yan's varsity baseball team won against Hornell, 15-2, Wednesday, May 21. 
Lukas Larham pitched a four hitter with seven strikeouts. John Martisch hit a
two-run home run in the first inning. Rafael Colon had three hits, including a double with four RBIs.
 With the win, Penn Yan's record is 13-4. The Mustangs are seeded second in the Section V Class B bracket. Penn Yan plays Williamson in the second round of Sectionals, Friday, May 23. Read More ...
Scots advance in sectionals
Scots advance in sectionals
DUNDEE—The Dundee girls varsity softball team advanced in sectional play, Wednesday, May 21. The Lady Scots beat Wheatland-Chili 21-6. Sam Clark was 3-for-3 and Liz Curran was 2-for-3. Olivia Taylor had the win on the mound. Dundee advances to play at Oakfield Alabama, Friday, May 23 at 4:30 p.m. Read More ...
Penn Yan lacrosse tops Livonia
Penn Yan lacrosse tops Livonia

PENN YAN—The Mustangs' boys varsity lacrosse team beat Livonia, Wednesday, May 21.
 The final score for Penn Yan was 18-3. Penn Yan scored a total of 12 goals in the first quarter. Leading the Mustangs was Bradley Voigt with six goals and nine assists. Rion Davison scored four goals, while adding two assists. Austin Fingar added three goals and two assists. Andrew Perl contributed two goals and two assists. Sean Emerson, Sam Dirisio, and Bryce Moravec each added one goal. Ben Covert had one assist. In the goal, Brandon Maciejewski contributed eight saves, while Gage Ponsetti had two.

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Lady Mustangs win sectional quarterfinals game
Lady Mustangs win sectional quarterfinals game
PENN YAN—The Penn Yan girls varsity lacrosse team won the Section V Class C quarterfinals against Livonia, Tuesday, May 20. The final score was 16-7.
 Courtney Lafler scored eight goals for the Lady Mustangs. Heather Conklin followed with five. Peyton Pallar added two goals, while Brienna Yonge scored once. Read More ...
Dundee girls beat Naples, 14-4
Dundee girls beat Naples, 14-4
DUNDEE—The Lady Scots varsity softball team won against Naples, Wednesday, May 14. The final score was 14-4. 
Liz Curran was 2-for-4, while Tristine Dombroski was 3-for-4. Kailee Morrison was 2-for-3, with a triple. Read More ...
Scots win in extra innings
Scots win in extra innings
DUNDEE—Dundee's varsity baseball team beat Naples, 8-7, in extra innings, Wednesday, May 14. 
Senior Colin Prior scored three runs including the game winning run in the bottom of the ninth inning for the walk-off win on senior night. Senior Ryan Krause was 2-for-2 and on base four times, scoring three runs. Ryan Sprague pitched six innings for the win. Read More ...
Scots top Lakers, 11-6
Scots top Lakers, 11-6
DUNDEE—The Dundee varsity baseball team beat Hammondsport, 11-6, Wednesday, May 7.
For the Scots, Justin Neu was 2-for-4, with two stolen bases. Paul Pollack was 3-for-4, scoring two runs and stealing two bases. Austin Spina went 3-for-3, scoring two runs and also pitching six innings for the win. Trenten Kolo had five strikeouts for the Lakers, as well as two stolen bases. Jordan Schuck was 2-for-3, with two stolen bases, and two RBIs. Jeff Thompson was 2-for-3, with two stolen bases. Nick Peacock had one RBI and one stolen base. Cody Kolo added a double and two RBIs. Read More ...
 
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