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The cupola will be moved this week
The cupola will be moved this week

PENN YAN--With stabilization complete, the historic Empire State Winery cupola will be moved this week. The cupola will be moved to a concrete slab at the Penn Yan Fireman's Field to restore the structure to its historically correct condition. The cupola is currently the only remnant from the former Empire State Winery building that was torn down in 1990. Steve Knapp, chairman of the cupola restoration project's steering committee, said restoration will take place next year and will be completed by September of 2017. Once restored, the committee intends to place the cupola in the center of a garden along the newly extended Keuka Lake Outlet Trail near its original, historic location. The cupola will be located on village property and will be visible from the lake, near the end of Mace Street.

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Wine and  food festival starts Saturday
Wine and food festival starts Saturday

WATKINS GLEN--The 2015 Seneca Lake Wine and Food weekend will be presented Saturday, May 30 and Sunday, May 31 at Clute Park. This will be the fourth year of the event, which features wine and food vendors offering samples, along with live music and cooking demonstrations. More than 200 different wines and some 35 vendors from around Schuyler County and Seneca Lake will be available for tasting. Foods available will also include cheese, ice cream, baked goods and restaurant items. Jeff Dill of J.R. Dill Winery previously said the event has been at Clute Park every year since its inception in 2012. The event draws some 2,000 people for the entire weekend, Dill anticipates.

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Commission denies gas storage appeal
Commission denies gas storage appeal

READING--The Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) recently denied an appeal by Gas Free Seneca on their previous ruling permitting gas storage expansion in Reading. The ruling came Wednesday, May 20, and outlined the commission's reasoning for upholding their decision and denying requests for a rehearing. The project would allow Crestwood's subsidiary Arlington Storage to expand natural gas storage in salt caverns near Seneca Lake in Reading. Opponents of the plan have cited safety concerns with the project, including questioning the stability of the caverns, potential gas and brine leaks into the lake, and the county's response plan in case of an emergency at the site.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Memorial Day 2015
PHOTO GALLERY: Memorial Day 2015

Ceremonies, services and parades honored those who died in the United States Armed Forces, Memorial Day, Monday, May 25. The events all recognized the sacrifice of those that have served, and the enormous cost of freedom. The photo gallery features photos from: Dundee, Penn Yan, Montour Falls and Watkins Glen.

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Adamski steps down as museum president
Adamski steps down as museum president

BRANCHPORT-- After five years at the head of the effort to establish the Finger Lakes Museum and Aquarium (FLM&A) in the region, FLM&A founder John Adamski will no longer be president of its board. At its recent annual meeting, the board of trustees of the FLM&A made a number of administrative and structural changes to the organization. Adamski stepped down as president, but retains his seat on the board. He will now be in charge of public relations. "This change will give me more time to focus on other aspects of the project and it will provide the dynamic leadership needed to continue moving the project forward," Adamski said. After a restructuring of officer positions, William Gaske was elected chair of the board. Gaske is retiring from his law practice in New York City at the end of June and will reside full-time in his home in Canandaigua.

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Dundee class will finish a day early
Dundee class will finish a day early

DUNDEE--The members of the Dundee class of 2015 will be celebrating their graduation one day sooner than most New York high school seniors this year. The Dundee graduation ceremony will take place Thursday, June 25, instead of the traditional Friday date. The change was made to not only avoid conflict with graduations in nearby school districts that will be holding their graduations Friday, June 26, but also to make things easier on students and families. "We recognized many of the surrounding schools also held their graduations on Friday, so by moving ours to Thursday, we thought it would alleviate some of the pressure on students and residents," said Dundee Superintendent Kelly Houck.

CORRECTION--In the Wednesday, May 27, issue of The Observer, the story titled "Dundee class will finish a day early," the graduation date is incorrectly listed as Thursday, June 27. The correct date of graduation is Thursday, June 25 at 6 p.m. Friday, June 26, was also incorrectly listed as Friday, June 28 in the story.

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Voters approve budget, new board members
Voters approve budget, new board members

TRI-COUNTY AREA--Area voters approved all school budgets and propositions during the elections held Tuesday, May 19. Each district also saw the election of school board candidates, with each district adding at least one new member to their respective boards. Dundee voters approved the $17,325,343 2015-16 budget with 161 yes votes and 100 no votes. Penn Yan voters approved their 2015-16 budget with 724 votes in favor and 162 votes against. The $33,607,526 budget contains a 1.42 tax levy increase. A proposition to purchase two 65-passenger school buses along with two seven-passenger Dodge Grand Caravan vehicles also passed 712 votes to 176. The $13,444,859 Hammondsport district budget was approved by voters 215 to 35. The $13,444,859 Hammondsport district budget was approved by voters 215 to 35. Odessa-Montour voters supported their $15,522,182 budget with 198 yes votes and 27 no. The budget will lower the overall tax levy by 1 percent.

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The Arc recognizes community partners
The Arc recognizes community partners

WATKINS GLEN--The Arc of Schuyler hosted its annual meeting and Member Reception Thursday, May 21, at the Watkins Glen Harbor Hotel. The Arc of Schuyler is a family based not-for-profit organization that provides residential, vocational, day support, job training, service coordination, advocacy and other support to people with developmental disabilities and their families. The Arc presented its first Partner in Health Award to Cargill in Watkins Glen for its support of Health and Wellness Committee initiatives that engage people with developmental disabilities. People with disabilities statistically are more prone to obesity and correlated health problems. The Arc also recognized Watkins Glen International with its Business Partner of the Year Award.

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Memorial Day honors the fallen
Memorial Day honors the fallen

TRI-COUNTY AREA--Area towns and villages are preparing local ceremonies to honor the memories of those who died in the United States Armed Forces this Memorial Day Monday, May 25. The annual Dundee village parade will begin at 10 a.m. in front of the school and end with a Memorial Day service at Seneca Street Park. Steven Wheeler will be giving a keynote address during the ceremony. Penn Yan will also hold their parade at 10 a.m. to the old courthouse steps, where there will be a memorial service for the fallen. The village of Watkins Glen's events begin at 10:30 a.m. at the Naval Memorial, with a parade up Franklin Street at approximately 10:45 a.m.to the 11 a.m. service at the county courthouse. Retired Schuyler County Judge J.C. Argetsinger will be the guest speaker, who served on active duty as an infantry officer from 1967 to 1969. The annual memorial service at She-Qua-Ga Falls Park takes place at 9:30 a.m. There will also be a memorial service in Odessa at the Veteran's Memorial Park at 11 a.m. State Assemblyman Phil Palmesano is this year's guest speaker.

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Area events offer many choices
Area events offer many choices

FINGER LAKES--In addition to Memorial Day services and parades, the area will also host a variety of different events throughout the Finger Lakes region Memorial Day weekend. The Re-Dun Field Airport will once again be the site of their annual Fly-In Breakfast this Memorial Day. The Monday event begins at 7 a.m. and will run until 11 a.m. The airfield is located at 2441 Chase Road in Rock Stream. The 51st annual National Lake Trout Derby will run for three days throughout Seneca Lake, beginning Saturday, May 23 and run through Memorial Day Monday, May 25.

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Crash victim had 40 hours of solo time
Crash victim had 40 hours of solo time

PENN YAN--The National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) released their preliminary findings Wednesday, May 13, on the fatal crash at Penn Yan Airport earlier this month. The crash killed Steven P. Seely, 55, of Stanley May 3 after a failed takeoff attempt. The report indicated Seely had been cleared for solo flights for six to seven months prior to the crash and had logged some 40 hours of flight time. According to the report, Seely held a student pilot certificate and Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) third-class medical certificate, which was issued Jan. 20, 2014. According to the FAA, a medical certificate is required when flying solo in any airplane, helicopter, gyroplane or airship.

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Spring weed treatment will be May 27
Spring weed treatment will be May 27

WANETA, LAMOKA LAKES--According to the Lamoka Waneta Lakes Association, an application of the aquatic herbicide triclopyr (Renovate) to Waneta and Lamoka Lakes will begin Wednesday, May 27. The application will be conducted during a two day period. During this application 27.8 acres of Lamoka Lake and 28.7 acres of Mud Creek Channel will be treated. Either Renovate 3 (liquid) or Renovate OTF (granular) will be used depending on the location. On Waneta Lake, 83.5 acres will be treated with Renovate OTF. The chemical treatments are aimed at controlling the presence of Eurasian Watermilfoil on the lakes.

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One year later, flood scars remain
One year later, flood scars remain

YATES COUNTY--A year after the flash flooding that caused millions in damage throughout Yates County, some visible reminders still remain. The flooding first hit the evening of May 13 as a result of a reported 2.86 inches of rain falling in a few hours, according to the Northeast Regional Climate Center. The issues were further compounded when more rain came May 16, causing even more flooding to more than 250 homes in the county. One year after these events, the county is still recovering. A large hole remains where the former Owl's Nest building used to be off Seneca Street. The building partly covered Jacob's Brook and partially collapsed when the creek overflowed during the first night of flooding May 13, 2014. It was not long afterward the rest of the building collapsed, leaving the hole exposing the brook's culvert.

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Pier, trails highlight master plan
Pier, trails highlight master plan

HAMMONDSPORT--Nearly 100 people attended a presentation on the Hammondsport-Urbana Waterfront Master Plan Monday, May 11, where they could view the highlights of the proposal. The preliminary information included a list of some 28 possible projects, which included replacing the Champlin Beach pier and developing a waterfront center, along with implementing trails to connect the area parks. After a brief presentation by Matt Ingalls of Ingalls Design Group and James Johnson, executive director of the Steuben County Industrial Development Agency (IDA), attendees examined the details of the plan and ask additional questions.

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State honors Wilson, Phillips for service
State honors Wilson, Phillips for service

ALBANY--Kenneth P. Wilson and Judith Haughey Phillips of Schuyler County were both honored by state representatives for their service this week. The legislators welcomed the two along with senior citizen volunteers from Chemung and Steuben Counties to the state capitol Tuesday, May 12, as part of the 2015 Senior Citizens Day Celebration. Wilson, of Watkins Glen, has a lifelong career in banking, including serving for 25 years as branch manager/vice president of the Watkins Glen branch of Marine Midland/HSBC. Phillips, a lifelong resident of Watkins Glen, served as the Schuyler County director of public health and as the mayor of Watkins Glen.

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Penn Yan Academy will host ballet May 16
Penn Yan Academy will host ballet May 16

PENN YAN--The Seneca School of Performing Arts in Dundee will be performing an original ballet called "You Are Special" at Penn Yan Academy Saturday, May 16. The play begins at 7 p.m. and will be in the academy auditorium. School Founder Cheryl Siegfried said there will be some 50 performers at the ballet, with ages ranging from 3-year-olds to adults. According to Siegfried, the first half of the performances will feature class dances to show the progression of ballet from the younger ages to adults.

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Voters will consider school budgets
Voters will consider school budgets

TRI-COUNTY AREA--Area school districts will hold their annual budget and school board votes Tuesday, May 19. Polls will be open from noon to 8 p.m. election day. In Penn Yan, their 2015-16 budget amounts to $33,607,526 and contains a 1.42 tax levy increase, which is below the tax cap. In Dundee, the 2015-16 school budget totals $17,325,343 with a 3.9 percent tax levy increase. The budget will require 60 percent of voter approval to pass due to the levy exceeding the state's allowable tax cap. In Hammondsport, the 2015-16 school budget amounts to $13,444,859, which contains a tax levy increase of 1.61 percent, which is within the tax cap. In Watkins Glen, the 2015-16 budget totals $25,557,076 with a tax levy increase of 1.9 percent. In Odessa-Montour, the 2015-16 school budget totals $15,522,182, which contains a 1 percent reduction in the overall tax levy.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Heart of the Finger Lakes 5K
PHOTO GALLERY: Heart of the Finger Lakes 5K

The Heart of the Finger Lakes 5K run/walk was held in Dundee, Saturday morning, May 9. Over 100 runners and walkers recorded times in the inaugural event. Jim Fultz of Geneva was the overall winner with a time of 21:04. Amanda Irwin of Penn Yan was the first female runner with a 22:28. Full results from the event can be seen at: www.pcr-timing.com/racedata/2015/05/heart/Over.htm. Proceeds benefited the Dundee Central School Sports Boosters and the drumline.

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Mustangs win sectional title
Mustangs win sectional title

ROCHESTER-The Penn Yan boys varsity lacrosse team won the Section V Class C championship, Wednesday, May 27, by beating Aquinas, 12-2. The Mustangs will now play in the state Western Regional Championship against the Section VI Class C champion, Akron, Saturday, May 30, at St. John Fisher. At half time during the Wednesday game, the score was 7-0. Austin Fingar and Sean Emerson led with three goals each. Tate Stewart and Craig Gerhardt both scored twice. Ben Covert and Austin Blumbergs had one goal.

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Lady Mustangs fall in sectional championship
Lady Mustangs fall in sectional championship

ROCHESTER-The Lady Mustangs varsity lacrosse team lost to Honeoye Falls-Lima in the Section V Class C championship, Wednesday, May 27. The final score was 12-10. Penn Yan also faced HF-L in last year's sectional championship. The Mustangs trailed throughout the game, but rallied in the last minutes of play to score four points and get within two points. Heather Conklin and Courtney Lafler both scored three points each. With the loss, Penn Yan ends the season with a 17-2 record.

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Penn Yan teams will play for championships
Penn Yan teams will play for championships

ROCHESTER--The Penn Yan boys and girls varsity lacrosse teams will play for Section V championships, Wednesday, May 27. The boys defeated Wayne, Saturday, May 23 to advance. They will play Aquinas, Wednesday, May 27 at St. John Fisher College. Game time is 3:30 p.m. The Mustangs are the number one seed, while Aquinas is third. The girls advanced to the Class C Section V finals by defeating Waterloo, Thursday, May 21. They now face Honeoye Falls-Lima at Eastridge, Wednesday, May 27, at 6 p.m. Penn Yan is the number one seed and HF-L is second.

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Lady Mustangs advance to sectional finals
Lady Mustangs advance to sectional finals

SENECA FALLS-The Penn Yan girls varsity lacrosse team advanced to the Class C Section V finals by defeating Waterloo, Thursday, May 21. The final score was 10-6. Heather Conklin led with four points, while Hannah Christensen scored three times. Sydney Bloom, Courtney Lafler, and Brie Yonge all recorded one goal each. The finals will be held at Eastridge, Wednesday, May 27, at 6 p.m.

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Sports Recap: Sectional Games 5/20/15
Sports Recap: Sectional Games 5/20/15

Penn Yan boys win quarterfinals
PENN YAN-The Mustangs' varsity boys lacrosse team defeated Livonia, 17-4, Wednesday, May 20 in the Class C Section V quarterfinals.
Sean Emerson led with five goals and five assists, while Austin Fingar contributed four goals and three assists. Tate Stewart scored three times. Craig Gerhardt and Ben Covert each added two goals, while Bryce Dinehart scored one. In the net, Gage Ponsetti had eight saves.
Penn Yan will face Wayne in the semifinals, Saturday, May 23.
Mustangs tennis team falls, 5-0
LIVONIA-The Penn Yan varsity tennis team lost to Livonia, the number one seed, in the Class B Sectional quarterfinals, Wednesday, May 20. The final score was 5-0.
In singles, Jack Arnold fell, 6-1, 6-1. Jake Moore lost, 6-3, 6-3, and Jon Lucas was beat, 6-1, 6-1.
In doubles, Noah Terpolilli and Garrett Warren lost, 2-6, 7-6(2), (10-8). Matt Lafferty and Keegan Baxter were beat, 6-4, 6-0.
Penn Yan, seeded number eight, ends the season at 4-9.
Scots lose to Bolivar-Richburg
HORNELL--The Dundee varsity baseball team lost to Bolivar-Richburg in the first round of sectional games, Wednesday, May 20.
The final score was 14-2. Bolivar-Richburg was seeded fifth, while Dundee was 12th.
Softball ends season
HENRIETTA-The Dundee varsity softball team fell to Alexander in the opening sectional game, Wednesday, May 20.
Dundee entered the tournament seeded 11th and Alexander was sixth.
Lakers advance to second round
FILLMORE--The Hammondsport varsity softball team beat Fillmore, 11-1, Wednesday, May 20 in the opening round of sectional games. The Lakers were seeded 10th, while Fillmore was seventh.
Hammondsport will play again, Friday, May 22 at Romulus.

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Sports Recap: Sectional Games 5/19/15
Sports Recap: Sectional Games 5/19/15

Lady Mustangs advance to sectional semifinals
PENN YAN-The Penn Yan girls varsity lacrosse team topped Mynderse, 19-4, in the Class C Sectional quarterfinals, Tuesday, May 19.
Penn Yan left Mynderse scoreless, 12-0, at halftime. The second half marked the 200th career goals for two Lady Mustangs: Courtney Lafler and Heather Conklin. Lafler and Conklin both scored four goals each in the game. Brie Yonge also had four goals and Hannah Christiansen two.
Penn Yan is the top seed in Class C. The Lady Mustangs advance to the semifinals at Mynderse, Thursday, May 21. Penn Yan faces Waterloo, seeded number four.
Penn Yan tennis beats Wayland
PENN YAN-Penn Yan's varsity tennis team advanced to the Class B Sectional quarterfinals by beating Wayland-Cohocton, Tuesday, May 19. The final score was 4-1.
Jake Moore beat Owen Palmer 6-4, 6-1, while Jon Lucas topped Andy Gleason, 6-2, 6-1. In doubles, Noah Terpolilli and Garrett Warren beat Collin Coburn and Tyler Bosh, 6-1, 6-2. Matt Lafferty and Keegan Baxter won against Nick Lang and Nick Smalt, 6-0, 6-1.
Penn Yan plays at Livonia in quarterfinals, Wednesday, May 20.
Mustangs fall to Attica
WAYLAND-The Penn Yan varsity baseball team lost to Attica in the class B sectional game, Tuesday, May 19. The final score was 5-3.
Eric Riehl hit a three-run home run in the third inning. Attica had five runs, all unearned.
Penn Yan softball
 loses
WAYLAND-The Penn Yan varsity softball team lost to Wayland-Cohocton, Tuesday, May 19, in the first round of Sectionals.
Lakers fall in sectionals

FILLMORE-The Hammondsport varsity baseball team lost to Fillmore, 9-0, in the first round of Class DD Sectional games, Tuesday, May 19.
Jake Peacock was 1-for-3, with a double. Jeff Thompson and Jay Lai were both 1-for-3. On the mound, George Ruddy pitched six innings with five strikeouts.

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Geneva tops Penn Yan
Geneva tops Penn Yan

PENN YAN -- The Penn Yan varsity softball team lost to Geneva, 13-4, Thursday, May 14. Cassandra Sherman had three singles and a run. Anessa Sherman added two singles. Penn Yan's varsity softball team competes against Wayland Cohocton, Tuesday May 19 in the first round of Class B Sectional games. Penn Yan is seeded 13th, while Way-Co is fourth.

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Mustangs top Geneva
Mustangs top Geneva

PENN YAN-The Penn Yan varsity baseball team beat Geneva, 4-3, Thursday, May 14. Lukas Larham pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts. Noah Hullings hit a double in the top of the seventh and Larham followed with a single to score two runs for the win. Jake Hoover also had a triple. With the win, the Mustangs tie for first place with a league record of 10-4.

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Scots defeat Harley in nine innings
Scots defeat Harley in nine innings

DUNDEE-The Dundee varsity baseball team topped Harley Allendale Columbia in nine innings, 11-10, Thursday, May 14. In the ninth, Justin Neu stole second to get in scoring position. Austin Thompson then singled allowing Neu to score. Neu and Thompson each had two hits.
 With the win, the Scots are 7-8.

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Dundee softball falls, 12-2
Dundee softball falls, 12-2

DUNDEE-The Lady Scots' varsity softball team suffered a loss to South Seneca, Thursday, May 14. The final score was 12-2. For Dundee, Cara Booth was 2-for-4.

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Senecas end season with a loss
Senecas end season with a loss

WATKINS GLEN-The Watkins Glen varsity baseball team lost to Spencer-Van Etten, 8-0, in the final game of the regular season, Wednesday, May 13. John Smith pitched the complete game. Aaron Planty had the lone hit for the Senecas.

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Penn Yan moves to 13-1
Penn Yan moves to 13-1

PENN YAN-The Penn Yan girls varsity lacrosse team hosted Geneva, Friday, May 8. The Lady Mustangs took the win, 14-5. Courtney Lafler scored four goals in the game. The girls lacrosse team now has a 13-1 record. Penn Yan will take on Ithaca, Tuesday, May 12 at home.

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Mustangs lacrosse loses, 13-5
Mustangs lacrosse loses, 13-5

PENN YAN-The Mustangs' boys varsity lacrosse team fell to visiting Penfield, Saturday, May 9. The final score was 13-5. Ben Covert scored three goals and added an assist. Craig Gerhardt had two goals, while Tate Stewart and Sean Emerson each had one assist. In the goal, Gage Ponsetti had seven saves.

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Senecas fall to Newfield
Senecas fall to Newfield

WATKINS GLEN-The Watkins Glen varsity baseball team suffered a loss to Newfield, 16-4, Friday, May 8. Josh Updyke and Sean Kelly had two hits each. Tyrone Smith, Casey Falls, and Aaron Planty added one hit each.

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Dundee's Neu breaks Section V record
Dundee's Neu breaks Section V record

DUNDEE-Dundee's Justin Neu broke the Section V record for most career steals during the Wednesday, May 6, baseball game against Bloomfield. Dundee won the game 12-11. Neu stole five bases in Wednesday's game bringing his career total to 111. The Section V record was broken in the sixth inning with Neu stealing second base. Neu was also 3-for-4 on the night, scoring three runs. Bobby Strait got the win on the mound and had three hits with four RBIs. Dundee is now 5-7 on the season.

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Dundee softball falls, 13-2
Dundee softball falls, 13-2

DUNDEE-The Lady Scots varsity softball team lost to Bloomfield, 13-2, Wednesday, May 6. Both Dundee and Bloomfield scored two runs in the second inning. The teams remained tied, 2-2, until the fourth inning when Bloomfield scored another eight runs and would eventually secure the win. Olivia Taylor was 2-for-4 on the night.

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Dundee loses to Romulus
Dundee loses to Romulus

DUNDEE-The Lady Scots varsity softball team was defeated by Romulus,13-6, Saturday, May 2. Olivia Taylor was 3-for-4, while Brooke Howell was 2-for-3. Kayla Marusarz and Megan Howell were both 2-for-4.

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Odessa hosts Legends meet
Odessa hosts Legends meet

ODESSA-The Odessa-Montour track and field teams hosted the Legends of the Night meet, Friday May 1. The Watkins boys finished eighth and the girls ninth. Odessa's boys were tied for 11th, while the girls took 16th overall. Watkins' Patrick Hazlitt was first in the 1600 meter run (4:38.43). Jacob Carocci placed fourth in the 800 meter run (2:06.82). Ryan Pruitt took fourth in long jump (17'11.50") and fifth in the 100 meter dash (12.50). Shawn Rutledge finished fifth in the 3200 meter run (10:32.38). Maggie Bond was third for Watkins in the girls 1500 meter run (5:13.46). De'naja Blanchard finished third in the 100 meter hurdles (17.83). Isobel Scheffey was fourth in the 200 meter dash (28.74), while Taylor Kennard finished fifth in the 3000 meter run (11:46.27). For Odessa, Bryce Elliott placed first in the discus (134'1") and third in the shot put at (42'4.5"). James Randolph was fifth in the 110 meter hurdles (18.75). Zach Elliott was seventh in the shot put (37'0"). Luke Eberhardt took seventh in the 1600 meter run (4:56.36). The girls 400 meter relay team finished sixth (Hannah Bruno, Kennedey Heichel, Nadia Simpson and Meagan Terry) in 56.47. Bruno was also eighth in the 400 meter run (1:06.58).

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