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Parks group cites gas rail concerns
Parks group cites gas rail concerns

WATKINS GLEN--The Finger Lakes State Park Regional Commission unanimously passed a resolution outlining concerns over liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) rail traffic passing through the Watkins Glen State Park. The commission oversees the Watkins Glen State Park among other State Parks in the Finger Lakes. The resolution specifically addressed the transportation of LPG through the north entrance to the park and crossing the Watkins Glen Gorge on a trestle privately owned by Norfolk Southern. The commission expressed concern for the possibility of a severe accident in the park involving a rail car carrying LPG. "The Finger Lakes State Park Regional Commission discussed possible impacts of the rail line, including the possibility of a catastrophic event taking place in the park involving a rail car carrying LPG," the resolution reads.

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Speakers address problems with heroin use
Speakers address problems with heroin use

WATKINS GLEN--Some 40 people attended a community forum titled "Emerging Drug Concerns Part II: Heroin and Prescription Drugs," Monday, Feb. 1, at the Watkins Glen elementary auditorium. The meeting was sponsored by the Schuyler County Coalition on Underage Drinking and Drugs (SCCUDD) and featured a group of speakers ranging from law enforcement officials to recovering addicts. Many of the speakers noted the recent increase in heroin use in Schuyler County, noting the warning signs of heroin abuse and what friends and family can do to convince someone they need help. Watkins Glen Clinic Manager for Finger Lakes Addictions Counseling and Referral Agency (FLACRA) Danielle Tilden spoke about the recent uptick in heroin overdoses in the area, noting a lot of that is due to the heroin being mixed with fentanyl, which makes the drug more potent. She noted many of the first warning signs for drug use include a sudden change in a person's normal behavior.

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Middle school 'Cinderella' begins Feb. 4
Middle school 'Cinderella' begins Feb. 4

PENN YAN--The Penn Yan middle school Drama Club will be performing the Rodgers and Hammerstein production of "Cinderella"Thursday through Sunday, Feb. 4 through 7. All performances will be at the middle school auditorium, with show times at 7 p.m. Thursday,Friday, and Saturday, and at 2 p.m. Sunday. Under the direction of Becky Prine and Rachel Hucko, the cast and crew have been preparing, painting, and practicing for the weekend performances. The show has been "double cast" to allow more students to perform in lead roles.

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Yates, Schuyler see sales tax revenues up
Yates, Schuyler see sales tax revenues up

YATES, SCHUYLER COUNTIES--Despite state trends indicating a decrease in sales tax revenues for most counties, both Yates and Schuyler Counties had small increases in 2015. According to the New York State Association of Counties (NYSAC), for all of 2015 compared to 2014, 30 counties experienced negative growth in sales tax receipts, with the average change per county down 0.3 percent. However, Yates County saw a 0.1 percent growth during this time, while Schuyler County saw a 1.5 percent increase. "We are fortunate to have a healthy improving economy in Yates County," Yates County Chairman Tim Dennis said. "We have estimated that the reduction in the price of motor fuels and the corresponding decrease in sales tax revenue had an impact of over $300,000. In light of that we still had a very modest increase."

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Area overrides cap less than state average
Area overrides cap less than state average

TRI-COUNTY AREA--New York State has implemented a mandated tax cap to help limit the annual growth of taxes collected. A state trend shows many municipalities have overridden these limits as tax caps have decreased. However, area towns, villages, counties and school districts have done a better job of staying within their limits. Last year, only four local municipalities voted to exceed the state tax cap for 2016, including the Dundee Central School District, the town of Torrey, the town of Milo and the town of Cayuta. This accounts for just 11.11 percent of the 36 area county, town, village and school districts. Meanwhile, according to the New York State Comptroller's Office 26 percent of municipalities across the state passed a tax cap waiver during this time.

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Miller earns eighth Firefighter of the Year
Miller earns eighth Firefighter of the Year

DUNDEE--Past Dundee Fire Chief Ray Miller was honored as the department's Firefighter of the Year for the eighth time during the annual awards banquet Friday, Jan. 22. More than 70 people attended the banquet, which was at the Dundee Fire Hall. This is also Miller's second consecutive Firefighter of the Year Award from the department. "[Miller] drives quite a bit for the ambulance calls, makes more fire calls than anyone, and last year he had the top hours for meetings, department drills and total calls," Fire Chief Steve Warriner said. "That's just what we [have] on paper. The rest of it is a huge amount of time spent here on a lot of things. You look around this room and you see a lot of what he does, [including] trucks out in the ambulance building [and] trucks out in the truck bay."

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Residents vent frustration with drug problem
Residents vent frustration with drug problem

DUNDEE--Nearly 200 people attended the community forum to combat heroin Tuesday, Jan. 19, at the Dundee school auditorium. After several recent heroin overdoses in the Yates County area, many residents came together at the meeting to learn what they can do to stop the problem. However, many are also learning the difficulties and frustrations that come with attempting to catch those who are distributing the illegal substance. The meeting was sponsored by the Yates Substance Abuse Coalition (YSAC). The panel of speakers included Sheriff Ron Spike, District Attorney Valerie Gardner and Director of Public Health Deb Minor. Environmental Prevention Specialist at Council on Alcoholism and Addictions of the Finger Lakes Mike Ballard, also spoke during the meeting, along with Kris Schiek, a parent of a person in recovery, and Susan Wager of the Finger Lakes Addictions Counseling and Referral Agency (FLACRA).

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Schuyler home prices up 10 percent
Schuyler home prices up 10 percent

SCHUYLER COUNTY--The median price for a single family home in Schuyler County increased 10 percent in 2015 over 2014. Terrie Burke, president of the Elmira-Corning Association of Realtors, said the median sales price for a Schuyler County home in 2015 was $139,000. Overall in 2014, it was $125,750, up 10 percent. "The outlook for this coming year is pretty steady. A balanced market is anticipated for much of the area for the foreseeable future," said Burke. "Improved inventory and affordability are keys to the continued success of the local area." Meanwhile, the number of homes dropped slightly by 4 percent. The Elmira-Corning realtors reported 109 Schuyler homes were sold in 2015, versus the 114 sold in 2014.

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Speakers highlight Walk of Fame drivers
Speakers highlight Walk of Fame drivers

WATKINS GLEN--The Watkins Glen Drivers Walk of Fame features the names of international racing stars who have competed at Watkins Glen since automobile racing in the area began in 1948. The granite markers are located in the east and west sidewalks along Franklin Street, beginning at Smalley's Garage running north and looping back around to the other side of the road, ending at the Watkins Glen State Park. A few drivers also have markers at the International Motor Racing Research Center at 610 S. Decatur St. The Walk of Fame currently includes 116 people and is an important part of motor racing history in the area.

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Guitar duo starts 2016 tour with Dundee concert
Guitar duo starts 2016 tour with Dundee concert

DUNDEE--The third annual Dundee Winter Concert is set for Friday, Jan. 29 at 7 p.m. in the Dundee Baptist Church. The featured performers for the night include Loren Barrigar and Mark Mazengarb. The show is sponsored by Our Town RoCKS along with 36 area businesses, with all proceeds from the ticket sales going to benefit the Dundee Food Pantry. "They are two of the best guitarists of our time," organizer Robert Sisbarro said. "They have a very unique musical chemistry between them seldom found amongst musicians."

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Yates dog park location still a topic of debate
Yates dog park location still a topic of debate

PENN YAN--The location for a proposed community dog park in Penn Yan is still up in the air. The Penn Yan village board discussed potential sites during their Tuesday, Jan. 19 meeting, where they suggested the site be located along Cherry Street. However, the 20/20 Vision Committee had previously recommended the park be located at Indian Pines Park. 20/20 member Brian Zerges said this was due to feedback from a community survey, which indicated a strong support for the Indian Pines Park Location. Mayor Leigh MacKerchar said the village's parks and recreation committee did not feel a dog park was the best use of the area at Indian Pines Park. He also noted there was more space available for the park at the Cherry Street site. MacKerchar said people heading to the Cherry Street dog park would be able to utilize the Keuka Lake Outlet Trail, adding it is a more walkable location than Indian Pines Park.

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Crime lab reveals tainted heroin
Crime lab reveals tainted heroin

ROCHESTER--What's in those illegal bags of heroin being sold in Central New York? In nearly half of sampled cases, according to the Monroe County Crime Laboratory, it's not just heroin but a mixture of drugs. Heroin users are often putting themselves at risk of consuming a mixture of powerful and potentially fatal substances. The Monroe Country Crime Lab, located in downtown Rochester, is tasked with analyzing drugs seized by law enforcement agencies in eight central New York counties (including Yates). Of the nearly 8,000 "decks," or bags, of heroin tested in 2014 (the latest year for which figures are available), 54 percent of them contained heroin alone. The rest tested positive for varying amounts of other drugs, the deadliest of which is the pain medication fentanyl.

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Nolt earns Himrod Fireman of the Year
Nolt earns Himrod Fireman of the Year

HIMROD--More than 100 people attended the Himrod Fire Department to honor their top volunteers at the annual awards banquet Saturday, Jan. 16.
The Firefighter of the Year Award went to Eugene Nolt. "If you ask him to do it, he will do it and get the job done," Chief James Source said.
The other award winners included: Most Training Hours -- Matthew Westfall. Westfall completed 208 training hours in 2015; Chief's Award -- Lynnford Hoover and Waylon Fritz; Presidential Award -- Deb Webster and Steve Acker; Special Recognition Award -- Jen Collins and Chris Warriner; Lucy Covert Award -- Ben Vedder; and the First Responders Award -- Larry Collins..

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Museum begins $1M renovation
Museum begins $1M renovation

HAMMONDSPORT--The Glenn H. Curtiss Museum is undergoing an interior renovation that began Monday, Jan. 18, and is scheduled for completion by Memorial Day weekend May 28. Due to the nature of the work, visitor access may be limited. The work itself will cost $1 million in total. "In the last 15 years, the Curtiss Museum has enjoyed a steady increase in attendance to the extent that the capacity of our restrooms was proving to be problematic," Museum Director Trafford Doherty said. "In addition, on busy days, we have noted that our museum store has not been able to provide sufficient space for our visitors to fully appreciate what we have to offer -- it was simply too crowded. The answer, of course, was to expand both areas of the museum."

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Declining student population affects area
Declining student population affects area

TRI-COUNTY AREA--Over the past 20 years, area school districts have seen an overall decline in their student population. Several of these schools have seen declines exceeding 20 percent. Many area school officials attribute the cause for these decreases to several factors, including the lack of area jobs, and the poor economy. Dundee Superintendent Kelly Houck said the district has seen an overall decrease in student population from 1,009 in 1996, to 887 in 2006, to 751 in 2016. This amounts to a 25.6 percent decrease in the last 20 years. Houck attributes this to several reasons, including the local job market and limited economic opportunities as the most significant of these factors. "It is anticipated currently, that declining enrollment will continue to be an issue that districts will encounter," Houck said. "My hope is as the economy continues to rebound this will become less of an issue for districts."

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Schuyler Hospital names Watson new president
Schuyler Hospital names Watson new president

MONTOUR FALLS--The boards of directors of Schuyler Hospital and the Cayuga Health System have named James B. Watson to the position of president of Schuyler Hospital and vice president of the Cayuga Health System. He is the current president and chief operating officer of the Arnot Health-Ira Davenport Memorial Hospital in Bath. "We are extremely fortunate to have Jim join Schuyler Hospital and the Cayuga Health System," said John Rudd, president and CEO of the Cayuga Health System. "He has extensive experience in the small hospital environment and he is highly respected in the field of health care administration."

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State begins medical marijuana program
State begins medical marijuana program

NEW YORK--The New York State Department of Health (DOH) announced the state's Medical Marijuana Program launched Thursday, Jan. 7. The program will make approved forms of medical marijuana available with a physician's certification at designated dispensaries across New York State. However, with only eight dispensaries open statewide and only 150 doctors registered with the program, there are several obstacles to access for area patients. Vice President of Community Services Lara Turbide with Finger Lakes Health noted none of their physicians are currently involved in the medical marijuana program. "At this point, given the newness of this endeavor for New York State and the training required for physicians, none of our health system affiliated physicians are currently registered to prescribe medical marijuana nor are any currently pursuing training or certification to prescribe medical marijuana," Turbide said.

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Legislature expects fiber project complete by September
Legislature expects fiber project complete by September

YATES COUNTY--Officials estimate construction on the Yates County fiber network will be completed this fall, although parts of it may be online as early as this spring. This update was presented to the board Monday, Jan. 11 by members of the Southern Tier Network (STN) and ECC Technologies following the regular meeting of the legislature. ECC Director of Broadband Services Andy Lukasiewicz claimed they are expecting construction to be completed on schedule in September, adding some of the dark fiber will be lit and in use by April if all goes according to plan. The fiber network is intended to allow Internet providers in the network to bring their services to area businesses, who can then link with other businesses on the network.

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SPORTS
Watkins swimmers beat Odessa, 91-76
Watkins swimmers beat Odessa, 91-76

WATKINS GLEN-The Watkins Glen boys varsity swim team posted a win against Odessa-Montour, Thursday, Feb. 4. The final score was 91-76. For the Senecas, Matt Doppel, Lucas Wickham, Aidan DeBolt, and Jacob Slater were first as the 200 medley relay team (1:48.21) and first as the 200 free relay team (1:36.36). Doppel also placed first in the 50 free (22.73, a new pool record) and first in the 100 free (48.65). DeBolt was first in the 100 butterfly (1:00.29) and second in the 50 free (23.23). Wickham took first in the 100 breaststroke (1:09.37), while Will Fitzsimmons finished first in the 100 backstroke (1:09.79).

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Lady Mustangs fall to Geneva
Lady Mustangs fall to Geneva

PENN YAN-The Penn Yan girls varsity basketball team fell to Geneva, 59-37, Wednesday, Feb. 3. Leading the Lady Mustangs was Sydney Bloom with 20 points. Hannah Keech recorded nine points, while Emalee Rose Brockman added four points and four rebounds. Brooke Dinehart had two points and three rebounds, while Cassidy Prather and Emily Wunder both scored one point. Prather also contributed six rebounds, while Lizzy Lafferty added five. With the loss, Penn Yan's record is 4-13.

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Gould, Chedzoy claim IAC titles
Gould, Chedzoy claim IAC titles

WATKINS GLEN-The Watkins Glen varsity wrestling team placed third in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference championships, while Odessa was ninth, Saturday, Jan. 30. Newark Valley was first of the 14 schools in attendance. Two Watkins Glen wrestlers won in the championship finals. Brandon Gould (132) and Ian Chedzoy (182) both won by decision for first place. Gould beat Max Johnson of Tioga 14-9 and Chedzoy topped Moravia's Hunter Talbot 8-2. Avery Watson (126) finished second for Watkins, while Kurtis Edwards (195) was third. Kameryn Sheldon (220) took fifth. Dylan Bradley (120) and Ethan Voorheis (285) both finished sixth. For Odessa, Jeremiah Lynch (152), Shawn Minnier (170), DeShawn Johnson (182) and Alex Repass (220) all took third. Dylan Houseknecht (285) finished fourth.

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Penn Yan wrestlers defeat Dundee, Marcus Whitman
Penn Yan wrestlers defeat Dundee, Marcus Whitman

PENN YAN-The Penn Yan varsity wrestling team topped both Dundee and Marcus Whitman, Thursday, Jan. 28. The Mustangs beat the Scots, 57-24. For Penn Yan, Damien Snyder (99) pinned Paul Knapp in 0:35. Jarred Calice (120) pinned Julian Ortiz in 3:37. Caleb Plain (126) pinned Nick Medina in 1:36. Cole Kirch (132) won over Logan Thompson in 1:59 with a pin, while Coty Bailey (152) topped Jared Jayne in 1:44. Gage Ponsetti (160) pinned Leif Hoyt in 0:44. Alvaro Chavez (170) beat Braydon Eatherton by decision, 8-2. Riley Brittingham (106), Michael Peacock (113), and Leonardo Chavez (182) won by forfeit. For Dundee, Jayson Lovejoy (145) pinned Penn Yan's Dakota Miller in 3:04. Harry Nice (220) won over O`Brien Dailey with a pin in 1:34. Joseph Dillon (285) and Damon Empson (138) won by forfeit.

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Dundee bowlers blank Naples
Dundee bowlers blank Naples

PENN YAN-The Dundee boys and girls varsity bowling teams defeated Naples, 7-0 on Senior Night, Wednesday, Jan. 27. Dustin Anderson led the boys with a 618. Ryan Goodman added 590, while Zach Kaufman recorded a 579. Devon Forman bowled 535. Ronny Nissen had 496. For the girls, Caitlyn Cornish had a 480. Laura Miller earned a 379. Krista Fultz bowled a 351, followed by Liz Medina with 284.

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Lady Mustangs fall to Waterloo
Lady Mustangs fall to Waterloo

PENN YAN-The Penn Yan girls varsity basketball team suffered a loss to Waterloo, 69-66, Friday, Jan. 22. Sydney Bloom scored 22 points to lead the Lady Mustangs. Lizzy Lafferty added 18 points and 13 rebounds. Hannah Keech recorded 12 points, while Cassidy Prather had six. Brooke Dinehart and Emalee Rose Brockman both scored three points.

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Dundee wrestling team loses to Waterloo
Dundee wrestling team loses to Waterloo

DUNDEE-The Dundee varsity wrestling team lost to Waterloo at home, 60-18, Thursday, Jan. 21. Recording wins for the Scots were Trenton Lane (120), Damon Empson (138) and Harry Nice (220). All three Dundee victories were by pins. Lane beat Isaiah Cottman in 0:51, Empson topped Jesus Delacruz in 3:40 and Nice won over Jake Dewall in 0:45.

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Watkins Glen tops Whitney Point
Watkins Glen tops Whitney Point

WATKINS GLEN-The Watkins Glen girls varsity basketball team topped Whitney Point, 53-31, Wednesday, Jan. 20. Amanda Pike led with 18 points, including a pair of three-pointers, eight rebounds, and six assists. Emmie Bond scored 12 points, with seven rebounds. Mariah Gonzalez added 10 points and 10 rebounds, while Allison Teed had nine points. With the win, the Senecas' record is now 11-2.

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Odessa-Montour girls win, 39-35
Odessa-Montour girls win, 39-35

ODESSA-The Odessa-Montour girls varsity basketball team defeated Spencer-Van Etten, Wednesday, Jan. 20. The final score was 39-35. With 2:39 to play, Kennedey Heichel secured a three-pointer to make the score 37-31. Spencer closed the gap to 37-35, but with 5.9 seconds left in the game, Olivia Grover hit two free throws to seal the game for the Indians. Grover led with 22 points, 12 rebounds, and six steals. Heichel and Gillian Clark both had six points, while Clark also added eight rebounds. Alexis Saunders scored five points.

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Hammondsport girls defeat Bradford/Dundee
Hammondsport girls defeat Bradford/Dundee

HAMMONDSPORT-The Hammondsport girls varsity basketball team topped Bradford/Dundee, 48-45, Friday, Jan. 15. Tanessa Whitney led the Lakers with 24 points and seven rebounds. Emily Eckel added 15 points, nine rebounds, seven assists, and seven steals. Katelyn Hoyt scored four points. Paige Easling scored 16 points for the Braves. Tayler Morrison added 15.

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Dundee wins 60-45
Dundee wins 60-45

DUNDEE-The Dundee boys varsity basketball team defeated South Seneca in a home game, Thursday, Jan. 14. The final score was 60-45. Devin Jensen and Ryan Sprague both recorded 14 points. Kyle Cratsley added 10. The Scots move to 9-4 on the season.

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Penn Yan bowling tops Newark
Penn Yan bowling tops Newark

PENN YAN-The Penn Yan varsity bowling teams both topped Newark, Thursday, Jan. 14. The boys won, 7-0. Bryce Johnson led with a 712, followed by Alex Gurba with 627. Jacob Whitford had a 615 and Victor Sutton a 614. Steven Ottaviano added a 575. The girls won, 4-3, led by Sabrena Parsons with 560. Stephanie Ayers bowled a 512. Kari Ayers added 496, while Emilie Thomas had 437 and Emily Augustine 376.

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Senecas top Indians, 49-37
Senecas top Indians, 49-37

ODESSA-The Watkins Glen girls varsity basketball team defeated Odessa-Montour, 49-37, Wednesday, Jan. 13. Watkins' Amanda Pike scored 21 points, with a trio of three-point shots, five rebounds, and six steals. Allison Teed followed with 12 points, six rebounds, and six steals. Mariah Gonzalez added 10 points, while Katherine Meehan, Emmie Bond, and Clara Chedzoy each scored two points. Gillian Clark led Odessa with 12 points. Olivia Grover added six points, eight rebounds, and five blocks. Nikki Crout and Alexis Saunders both scored five points, while Kennedey Heichel had four. Alyssa Crout added three points and Maddie Lodge two.

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Watkins boys beat Odessa
Watkins boys beat Odessa

WATKINS GLEN-The Watkins Glen boys varsity basketball team topped Odessa-Montour, Tuesday, Jan. 12. The final score was 58-43. Leading the Senecas was Parker Pangallo with 19 points. Justin Kelly scored 14 points, followed by Jacob Carocci with 10. Max Schimizzi added six. Michael Doane and Connor Seeley-Ion both had three points. For the Indians, Zach Elliott recorded 11 points. Curtis Harris had seven, while Joel Kelly added six and Tyler Clark five. Byrce Elliott, Chris Foote, and Nick Sgrecci all earned four points.

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Watkins Glen varsity sports schedule
Watkins Glen varsity sports schedule

WATKINS GLEN--Listed is Watkins' winter sports schedule for the coming week:

Girls basketball

Feb. 2 ... Waverly, 7:30 p.m.

Feb. 6 ... @ Elmira Express, 1:30 p.m.

Boys basketball
Feb. 2 ... @ Waverly, 7:30 p.m.
Wrestling

Jan. 13 ... Lansing/Tioga, 6 p.m.
Jan. 16 ... @ Corning Duals, 10 a.m.

Bowling
Feb. 2 ... @ Waverly, 3:30 p.m.

Indoor track
Feb. 13 ... @ State qualifier, 9 a.m.
March 5 ... @ States, TBA.

Boys swimming
Feb. 4 ... Odessa-Montour, 4:30 p.m.
Feb. 13 ... @ IAC championships, TBA.

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Odessa-Montour varsity sports schedule
Odessa-Montour varsity sports schedule

ODESSA--Listed is Odessa-Montour's winter sports schedule for the coming week:

Boys basketball
Feb. 2 ... Newfield, 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 5 ... Southern Cayuga, 7:30 p.m.

Girls basketball
Feb. 2 ... @ Newfield, 7 p.m.
Feb. 4 ... @ Southern Cayuga, 7 p.m.

Boys swimming
Feb. 4 ... @ Watkins Glen, 4:30 p.m.
Feb. 13 ... @ IAC Championships, TBA.

Wrestling
Feb. 6 ... @ Class championships, TBA.
Feb. 13 ... @ Sectionals, TBA.
Bowling
Feb. 2 ... Candor, 4 p.m.
Feb. 6 ... @ IAC championships, 1 p.m.

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Penn Yan varsity sports schedule
Penn Yan varsity sports schedule

PENN YAN--Listed is Penn Yan's winter sports schedule for the coming week:

Boys basketball
Feb. 2 ... @ Geneva, 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 5 ... @ Palmyra-Macedon, 7:30 p.m

Girls basketball

Feb. 3 ... Geneva, 7:30 p.m.
Feb. 5 ... Palmyra-Macedon, 7:30 p.m.

Bowling

Jan. 28 ... Wayne, 4 p.m.

Wrestling
Jan. 26 ... @ Marcus Whitman, 6 p.m.
Jan. 28 ... Dundee, 6 p.m..

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Hammondsport sports schedule
Hammondsport sports schedule

HAMMONDSPORT --Listed is Hammondsport's winter sports schedule for the coming week:

Girls basketball
Jan. 26 ... Canisteo-Greenwood, 6:45 p.m.
Jan. 28 ... Arkport, 6:45 p.m.

Boys basketball
Jan. 25 ... @ Lima Christian, 7 p.m.
Jan. 27 ... @ Canisteo-Greenwood, 7:15 p.m.

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