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Wineries anticipate a lower harvest
Wineries anticipate a lower harvest

TRI-COUNTY AREA--As August winds to a close and fall settles in, area wineries begin preparing for the annual grape harvest. While it is still a few weeks before many vineyards begin bringing in this year's crop, many have begun anticipating what this year's crop may bring. Assistant Winemaker Brian Barry at Hunt Country Vineyards said last year, they did not start their harvest until Sept. 15. He said this year, they are looking at two weeks past that date to begin their harvest. Barry attributed the later harvest to the recent weather, saying the rain and cool nights has had an adverse effect on the harvest date. "We were thinking we were pretty good until about mid-June and then the weather just tanked," Barry said. "It's going to be a rough harvest. A lot of wineries source from the same vineyards and the fruit is just not there this year. With all the hail and storms and everything everybody is fighting for the same grapes that don't exist."

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Schools get ready for opening day
Schools get ready for opening day

TRI-COUNTY AREA--With September approaching, many area school districts are preparing for the first day of school. This includes finishing up construction projects on school grounds and making sure faculty and staff are prepared to implement new educational resources. 
In Penn Yan, The first day of school is Wednesday, Sept. 3. The elementary school day begins at 8:45 a.m. and ends at 3:20 p.m. The middle school runs from 7:30 a.m. to 3p.m. and the academy day runs from 7:35 a.m. to 2:18 p.m.
 Following the departure of Superintendent David Hamilton, Howard Dennis is currently serving as the interim superintendent. He said there are approximately 1,581 students in the district this year. 
"The staff is excited to have the students back and will continue to work hard to meet their needs," Dennis said. "We are working to dig deeper into data to provide quality education programming for all of our students."
 Dennis said the goals for this year include "graduating students who are college and career ready," adding the board of education adopted focus areas to contribute to student success, student opportunity and character. Dennis said the addition of more than 500 mobile computing devices across the campus will allow students to quickly access information and encourage engagement with the content.

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Report: Barrington not viable for fracking
Report: Barrington not viable for fracking

BARRINGTON--More than 20 residents attended the town of Barrington fracking committee's presentation Monday, Aug. 25, where they explored several details about the fracking process. While the committee insisted fracking in Barrington was highly unlikely due to low economic viability, committee member Tim Acomb went through an extensive slide show not only explaining the fracking process from a neutral standpoint, but also explained specifically how it would look if fracking came to Barrington. Some of the conclusions drawn from the report indicated fracking could pose a threat in areas like noise, air pollution and increased truck traffic. The impact of the heavy industry is likely for a brief period. The committee also added the Marcellus Shale located in the town of Barrington is so thin it would not be economically viable for gas companies to develop, as there are much more viable areas located in the Binghamton area and along the border of Pennsylvania.

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Middle school roof is a top priority
Middle school roof is a top priority

PENN YAN--The Penn Yan School Board reviewed the proposed capital project improvements during their meeting Wednesday, Aug. 20, identifying the middle school roof as the highest priority project. Gian-Paul Piane of SEI Design Group gave the board a presentation in which he outlined several of the projects the district wished to address. "The middle school roof is the highest priority piece," Piane said. "You have limped it along for quite awhile." Piane added the roof is "not in good shape" and should not be put off any longer. He also said while it has its weak points, it is also not at a point where the school needs to declare an emergency project to get it repaired, instead listing it as one of the more important capital project items, along with items like flooring at the elementary school and ventilation issues at the academy.

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State alcohol producers have doubled
State alcohol producers have doubled

NEW YORK--Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced the number of farm based businesses manufacturing wine, beer, spirits and cider using ingredients grown in New York has increased by 100 percent since 2011. In addition, the total number of manufacturers producing alcoholic beverages in New York has increased by 105 percent since 2011. This growth is a result of efforts to partner with the beverage industry to create new farm based manufacturing licenses, launch new marketing and promotional initiatives, ease regulations and reduce the time it takes to open a business. "The craft beverage industry is one of New York's greatest success stories, and we are doing everything we can in state government to keep the tremendous growth seen by our wineries, breweries, cideries and distilleries going strong," Cuomo said.

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Watkins opposes gas storage project
Watkins opposes gas storage project
WATKINS GLEN—After weeks of discussion, the Watkins Glen village board passed a resolution opposing Crestwood’s proposed liquid petroleum gas (LPG) storage expansion in Reading. The resolution was met with applause from those who attended  the village meeting Monday, Aug. 18. The measure was approved with three votes in favor and two abstentions from trustees Paul Clifford and Anthony Fraboni. Clifford said he abstained due to being a Cargill employee who wanted to avoid the appearance of being a direct competitor to the project, while Fraboni abstained, stating earlier he thought taking a stance on the issue would have little to no impact on the state’s decision. The resolution reads, “In keeping with the majority opinion of the local village community, the village of Watkins Glen board respectfully requests that the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) withhold approval of any plan for mass storage of LPG adjacent to or under Seneca Lake and exercise its power in identifying a more appropriate location for any such storage site.” Read More ...
Committee begins work on streets plan
Committee begins work on streets plan
DUNDEE—A committee of local residents and Dundee village officials held their first meeting in July to review the complete streets study that was recently finished. This study was commissioned by the Our Town RoCKS Health Improvement Project and the village of Dundee to provide an assessment that could help to guide improvements to streets and sidewalks in order to make the community more walkable and bike-able. In March, consultant Justin Booth from Make Communities in Buffalo led 25 attendees through a workshop that consisted of an introduction to the complete streets concept; a walk-around the village which focused on Main, Water and Millard Streets including the intersection in front of the school; and, a debriefing that included brainstorming of the vision for the village.
“It can be a variety of things,” Project Coordinator Lauren Snyder said. Read More ...
Centerline rumble strips are now in place
Centerline rumble strips are now in place
TRI-COUNTY AREA—People driving through the area over the summer may have noticed the recent additions of grooves along the center lines of along Routes 14, 14A and 54. These grooves are called rumble strips and are intended to help prevent head-on collisions. According to the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT), the 2005 National Cooperative Highway Research Program (NCHRP) Synthesis found head-on and opposite direction sideswipe injury crashes were reduced by an estimated 25 percent at sites treated with centerline rumble strips. This study concluded centerline rumble strips can result in a 14 percent reduction of all crashes and a 15 percent reduction of injury crashes on rural two-lane roads. A study conducted in 2009 concluded fatal and injury head-on and opposite direction sideswipe crashes in rural areas were reduced by an average of 44 percent. Read More ...
Candidates set for  September primary election
Candidates set for September primary election
NEW YORK STATE—With the annual primary elections coming Tuesday, Sept. 9, the county board of elections has finalized the list of candidates running for seats. The Schuyler County positions up for election include one legislative position, while the state positions of governor and lieutenant governor are also on the line. In Schuyler County Legislative District Six, incumbent Phil Barnes will be running against challenger Angeline Franzese. Both are running on the Republican ticket for a four-year term. Statewide, there is a three-way race for governor, as incumbent Andrew M. Cuomo is being contested by fellow Democrats Zephyr R. Teachout and Randy A. Credico. The position is for a four-year term. The battle for lieutenant governor will be between Democrats Kathy C. Hochul and Timothy Wu for the four-year term. Current Lieutenant Governor Robert Duffy has decided to not run for reelection. Read More ...
Finger Lakes winery wins Governor’s Cup
Finger Lakes winery wins Governor’s Cup
HECTOR—The Governor’s Cup has come back to the Finger Lakes region for the third year in a row. Presented by Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo’s office, the 2014 Governor’s Cup was awarded Wednesday, Aug. 13. Chateau Lafayette Reneau’s 2013 Semi-Dry Riesling was named the winner by Lieutenant Governor Robert J. Duffy. Anthony Road Wine Company came away with several awards during the event, while Fulkerson Winery also won Best Other Red Vinifera Varietal for its 2013 William Vigne Dry Zwiegelt and Barnstormer Winery won Best Medium Sweet Riesling for its 2013 Semi-Dry Riesling. Duffy presented the 2014 Governor’s Cup to Chateau Lafayette Reneau 2013 Semi-Dry Riesling from the Finger Lakes. The cup is a large silver chalice, recognizing the “Best of Show” or top prize from 863 entries in the annual New York Wine and Food Classic wine competition, organized by the New York Wine and Grape Foundation. Read More ...
Anti-gas group seeks Milo resolution
Anti-gas group seeks Milo resolution
MILO--At the same time the village of Watkins Glen was approving their resolution in opposition to Crestwood’s proposed liquid petroleum gas (LPG) project, the town of Milo was being asked to draft their own resolution. Four members of Gas Free Seneca gave a presentation to the Milo town board during their meeting Monday, Aug. 18 requesting the town take similar action in the form of a resolution opposing the Reading storage expansion. Town Clerk Patricia Christensen said co-founder Joseph Campbell spoke along with Rob Mackenzie, former president and CEO of the Cayuga Medical Center, Seneca County Supervisor Steve Churchill and Valerie Churchill during the meeting. Christensen said this is the first time the group has come before the board to make this request. Read More ...
Schuyler sales tax collection up 3 percent
Schuyler sales tax collection up 3 percent
FINGER LAKES—Compared to 2013, the first six months of 2014 indicate the sales tax collections in Schuyler County are up 3 percent. This comes as local sales tax collection in New York state grew by $177 million, or 2.4 percent, for the first half of 2014 compared to the same period in 2013, according to a report issued by State Comptroller Thomas P. DiNapoli. Some 19 counties experienced an increase of more than 4 percent during this period. “While sales tax revenues continue to increase across the state, the growth is the weakest since the end of the Great Recession,” said DiNapoli. “Sales tax collections in New York City are thriving but several regions are experiencing only modest gains or even declines. Clearly our state’s economy remains in a recovery mode and local government officials will need to be mindful of the volatility of sales tax revenue as they monitor their budgets during the second half of the year.” Read More ...
Regional council endorses Yates projects
Regional council endorses Yates projects
YATES COUNTY—The Finger Lakes Regional Economic Development Council (FLREDC) approved its 2014 progress report, endorsing several Yates County projects as priority objectives for 2014 funding. The FLREDC listed Keuka College, The Finger Lakes Museum Discovery Campus and the Keuka Lake Hampton Inn Hotel as priority projects for Round IV of Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Regional Economic Development Council (REDC) process. In addition, the FLREDC also listed Yates County as a priority due to the damage suffered during May’s flash flooding. The progress report, including the list of priority projects for the nine-county region will now be finalized and submitted to New York State ahead of the Friday, Aug. 15 deadline. Read More ...
Legislature creates new defender job
Legislature creates new defender job
YATES COUNTY—The Yates County Legislature created  a new position in the public defenders office when they met during their regular session Monday, Aug. 11. The new position is called the office of conflict defender, who will step in for the public defender in the event of a conflict of interest. The measure was approved after a public hearing, during which no members of the public spoke. The legislature also voted to fill several other existing positions that are vacant. The resolution reads, “It is the intent of this local law to create the office of Yates County office of conflict defender to provide said mandated legal representation when a conflict of interest disqualifies the public defender.” The position has an annual salary of $33,000 and will be appointed by the legislature. The conflict defender will be appointed on or after Jan. 1, 2016 for a two-year term. Read More ...
Dirt track incident results in death
Dirt track incident results in death
CANANDAIGUA—A racing incident at Canandaigua Motorsports Park, Saturday night, Aug. 9, resulted in a fatality when Kevin Ward Jr. was struck by the car of Tony Stewart. In a video posted online in the early morning hours of Sunday, Aug. 10, Ward Jr. spun exiting a corner after close contact with Stewart. His car sat disabled on the track after hitting the wall and spinning around one and a half times. Ward Jr. then left his car and walked further onto the track pointing at the approaching cars that included Stewart. As Stewart’s car passed, Ward Jr. was struck, entangled and pulled down by the rear tire of Stewart’s car. He was carried at least four car lengths before being thrown to the side of the track according to the video. The injuries Ward Jr. sustained were fatal. Read More ...
Allmendinger records first win
Allmendinger records first win
WATKINS GLEN–In classic Watkins Glen fashion, the final laps of the Cheez-It 355 at The Glen, Sunday Aug. 10, gave race fans a reward for sticking around until the end of the race. AJ Allmendinger and Marcos Ambrose battled with each other as the race wound down, running two wide, repeatedly making contact and both constantly looking for an opportunity to pass. Allmendinger was able to get around Ambrose with just over one lap left and hold him off for the win. “I was hoping to make [my first win] boring, honestly,” said Allmendinger, driver of the No. 47 JTG/Daugherty Chevrolet. “I wanted to lead all 90 laps and just have a cruise control. But that’s what makes the Sprint Cup Series so fun. You know you’re not going to get that.” He continued, “And [Ambrose], I don’t believe he’s one of the best road racers in NASCAR, I don’t believe he’s one of the best in the U.S., I believe he’s one of the best in the world.” Read More ...
Village hears both sides of gas argument
Village hears both sides of gas argument
WATKINS GLEN—The Watkins Glen village board continued to hear public comments regarding the proposed liquid petroleum gas (LPG) storage project in Reading. Several members of the public voiced their concerns during the regular meeting Monday, Aug. 4, with people representing both sides of the issue. David Crea, project manager at U.S. Salt spoke to the board in support of the facility, asking the board to arrange a tour to see what the Crestwood facility in Reading will look like so they can understand more about the proposed LPG storage proposal. Mayor Mark Swinnerton said the village has already reached out to Crestwood and they are trying to arrange a day when all board members can attend a tour. Crea encouraged the board to conduct the tour and “not make decisions in the dark.” Read More ...
Fire department weekend will draw hundreds
Fire department weekend will draw hundreds
PENN YAN—The Penn Yan Fire Department’s annual carnival will draw 40 different area fire departments as well as hundreds of spectators this weekend. Running from Thursday, Aug. 7 to Saturday, Aug. 9, the carnival will be located at the Fireman’s Field off Lake Street. The carnival will include rides, carnival games, live entertainment and a Saturday parade featuring 40 different fire departments from as far away as Sodus and East Rochester. Thursday will feature live music by Murphy’s Law, along with rides and attractions beginning at 5 p.m. The chicken barbecue begins Friday at 4 p.m., with rides starting at 5 p.m., along with live music by DILF. The fireworks show begins at 10 p.m. Read More ...
 
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PHOTO GALLERY: Allmendinger takes Cheez-It 355 win
PHOTO GALLERY: Allmendinger takes Cheez-It 355 win
WATKINS GLEN–In classic Watkins Glen fashion, the final laps of the Cheez-It 355 at The Glen gave race fans a reward for sticking around until the end of the race. Marcos Ambrose and AJ Allmendinger battled with each other as the race wound down, running two wide, repeatedly making contact and constantly looking for an opportunity to pass or stay ahead. Allmendinger was able to get around Ambrose with one lap left and hold him off for the win.  This is Allmendinger's first NASCAR Sprint Cup Series victory.
The top five included:  Allmendinger, Ambrose, Kurt Busch, Kyle Larson and Carl Edwards. Pole-sitter Jeff Gordon lost power in his car during the race, and the result was a 34th place finish. Dale Earnhardt Jr. ended the day in 11th. Five-time WGI winner Tony Stewart did not race Sunday, Aug. 10, after a racing incident in a sprint car at Canandaigua Motorsports Park on Saturday night. Stewart's car struck and killed Kevin Ward Jr. during the race. Regan Smith competed in Stewart’s car Sunday. Read More ...
PHOTO GALLERY: Ambrose four-time Nationwide winner at Watkins Glen
PHOTO GALLERY: Ambrose four-time Nationwide winner at Watkins Glen
WATKINS GLEN–Marcos Ambrose was able to do what he has done so many times at Watkins Glen International. Win. The Saturday Nationwide race, the Zippo 200, saw a familiar face in victory lane as Ambrose led 48 laps and held off Kyle Busch to take the checkered flag. The top five included: Ambrose, Busch, Joey Logano, Brad Keselowski and Matt Kenseth. Going into Sunday's Sprint Cup race, four-time WGI winner, Jeff Gordon will lead the pack at pole for the Cheez-It 355.  Ambrose will start in second, and the top five is rounded out by Jimmie Johnson, Kevin Harvick and Kurt Busch. The Cheez-It 355 at The Glen will start at 1 p.m., Sunday, Aug. 10. It will also be broadcast on ESPN. Read More ...
PHOTO GALLERY: Racing gets underway at The Glen
PHOTO GALLERY: Racing gets underway at The Glen
WATKINS GLEN–The roar of NASCAR could again be heard in the hills of Watkins Glen, Friday, Aug. 8. Practice sessions for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series and Nationwide Series occurred throughout the day. Racing events concluded with the running of the Bully Hill Vineyards 125 which is in the NASCAR Pro Series East division. Second-year driver Scott Heckert won the race. Saturday will host the Nationwide race, the Zippo 200, at 2:15 p.m. The racing concludes on Sunday with the running of the Cheez-It 355 at 1:00 p.m. Read More ...
‘Krossin’ Keuka’ finish line is sweet!
‘Krossin’ Keuka’ finish line is sweet!
KEUKA LAKE--The Krossin’ Keuka swim event was held at Point Nemo on the Keuka College campus, Saturday, July 26. Over 200 swimmers and 37 kayak paddlers participated in the event. Swimmers were taken by boat to the east side of the lake and then swam back to the west side (approximately .67 of a mile). Kayaks lined the swimming route. In total, over $57,000 was raised for Keuka Comfort Care Home of Penn Yan. Read More ...
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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