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Holiday events are set
Holiday events are set

TRI-COUNTY AREA--Saturday, July 4 commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence July 4, 1776, declaring the nation's independence from Great Britain. The day is now a favorite part of a holiday weekend that features celebrations with parades, fireworks, carnivals, concerts and more.
Branchport will be the site of the annual parade honoring the nation's independence Saturday afternoon at 2 p.m. The parade will proceed through the four-corners area at the village center. The Penn Yan Flying Club will host its 68th annual Fly-in/Drive-In Breakfast Saturday, July 4 at the Penn Yan Airport. According to the Yates County Chamber of Commerce, the fly-in is one of the longest continuing and largest breakfasts in the country, expecting at least 2,500 attendees and some 100 aircraft to visit. In Watkins Glen, the Chamber of Commerce and Cayuga Health Systems are sponsoring the annual Fourth of July fireworks Friday, July 3, at9:45 p.m. at Clute Memorial Park. The rain date is set for Friday, July 10. Young Explosives Corporation of Rochester will produce the show. There will also be an "I Love America" concert Saturday, July 4, at Lafayette Park starting at 7 p.m.

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Fireworks now on sale
Fireworks now on sale

TRI-COUNTY AREA--While aerial-based pyrotechnics are still prohibited, this will be the first Independence Day weekend where ground-based fireworks will be permitted for sale in the area in some 50 years. New York State banned consumer fireworks for sale in 1965, but has since allowed counties to remove select items from the dangerous fireworks list this year, allowing the sale of items like sparklers and spark fountains. This measure was approved by the Yates County Legislature in April, with Steuben and Schuyler Counties also passing similar resolutions. According to the New York State Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Services (DHSES), sparkling devices are defined as "ground-based or handheld devices that produce a shower of colored sparks and/or a colored flame, audible crackling or whistling noise and smoke." The law limits the type, size and construction of sparkling devices and requires them to be either handheld or mounted on a base or spike.

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Fans vote: Watkins gets 'Best NASCAR track' venue
Fans vote: Watkins gets 'Best NASCAR track' venue

WATKINS GLEN-After more than a month of voting in USA Today's "10 Best Readers' Choice "Favorite NASCAR Track" poll, Watkins Glen International (WGI) has been named the winner. It was announced Friday, June 26. The historic road course in the Finger Lakes region led the list of 20 facilities in the country nominated for the honor. A panel of experts picked the initial 20 nominees, and the top 10 winners were determined by popular vote online during four weeks of voting. Watkins Glen beat out Martinsville Speedway (Virginia), Michigan International Speedway (Michigan), Bristol Motor Speedway (Tennessee), Darlington Raceway (South Carolina), Kansas Speedway (Kansas), Dover International Speedway (Delaware), Richmond International Raceway (Virginia), Talladega Superspeedway (Alabama) and Charlotte Motor Speedway (North Carolina).

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Yates County Fair opens Tuesday, July 7
Yates County Fair opens Tuesday, July 7

YATES COUNTY--The 176th Yates County Fair will run for five days starting next week. The fair begins Tuesday, July 7 and concludesSaturday, July 11. The Yates County Fair, located at 2370 Old Route 14A, is one of the oldest continuously operating fairs in the United States. Festivities will include live music, carnival rides and games, food vendors, a demolition derby and truck pulls. Tuesday, July 7, the fair will be open from 6 to 11 p.m. The eighth annual Figure 8 Race takes place at 7 p.m. at the main grandstands, with Creekside Entertainment running from 8 to 11 p.m. at the entertainment barn.

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Watkins Glen holds 133rd graduation
Watkins Glen holds 133rd graduation

WATKINS GLEN-Watkins Glen Central School held the annual graduation ceremony, Saturday, June 27 in the school auditorium. Senior class graduates heard from student and administrative speakers, and were awarded financial prizes to help as they continue beyond Watkins Glen.
Colin DeMeritt was the class valedictorian and Lydia Myers was the salutatorian.

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PHOTO GALLERIES: Penn Yan, Odessa-Montour and Hammondsport graduations
PHOTO GALLERIES: Penn Yan, Odessa-Montour and Hammondsport graduations

TRI-COUNTY AREA-Penn Yan, Odessa-Montour and Hammondsport celebrated the senior class of 2015 with graduation ceremonies, Friday, June 26. Class leaders, distinguished guests and school administrators all delivered remarks at the commencement events. Both Penn Yan and Hammondsport were able to hold their respective events outside, while Odessa celebrated in the auditorium. Meghan Coates was the Odessa-Montour valedictorian and Hailie Searles was the salutatorian.
Hammondsport's valedictorian was Alyson Binnert and the salutatorian was Arianna Turner. Penn Yan does not name a valedictorian or salutatorian.

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Dundee bids seniors farewell
Dundee bids seniors farewell

DUNDEE-Dundee Central School hosted the 76th annual commencement ceremony on the front lawn of the school, Thursday, June 25. 67 students were given diplomas in the evening service. The class of 2015 was applauded for their community service, and speeches as well as awards were given to the newest graduates. Student speakers included valedictorian Madeleine Fenton and salutatorian Brianna Dykes. Fenton said, "I want you all to remember that on even your worst days there will always be hope. Challenges are going to be put in our way to make us stronger and better people. When you reach an obstacle, sometimes it seems impossible to overcome, and yet as human beings we continue to push on and reach for the next step in our lives.When I thought about this and all the obstacles that have been put in my way I realized that the only thing that is constantly with me was the belief in hope." Fenton added, "I hope that you try everyday to be the best person you can be and make a positive impact on the ones around you." "Although it has come time for us to close this chapter in our lives, the memories, the knowledge and the friends we have gained throughout our time at DCS will remain with us forever," concluded salutatorian Brianna Dykes.

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Class of 2015 prepares for graduation
Class of 2015 prepares for graduation

TRI-COUNTY AREA--This week will mark a milestone for high school seniors throughout the area. Students will be honored for their achievements and receive their diplomas on one of three days, Thursday, June 25, Friday, June 26 or through Saturday, June 27. The Dundee class of 2015 will hold their graduation ceremony Thursday, June 25 this year at 6 p.m. The Odessa-Montour class of 2015 will hold their graduation ceremony Friday, June 26 at 6 p.m. Penn Yan will host their graduation ceremony for the class of 2015 Friday, June 26., as well as Hammondsport at 6 p.m. Watkins Glen's graduation ceremony is Saturday, June 27 at 2 p.m.

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Gillibrand pushes for national designation
Gillibrand pushes for national designation

FINGER LAKES-U.S. Senator Kirsten Gillibrand (D--New York) announced a new push Monday, June 22, to designate the Finger Lakes Region as a National Heritage Area (NHA). Gillibrand introduced legislation that would authorize the National Parks Service to take the first step towards designating the region as a National Heritage Area by conducting a feasibility study in Schuyler Yates, Steuben, Cayuga, Chemung, Cortland, Livingston, Monroe, Onondaga, Ontario, Seneca, Tioga, Tompkins and Wayne Counties. Gillibrand mentioned it usually takes a few years before an NHA designation becomes official, adding this is a first step in the process. Gillibrand said designating the region as a National Heritage Area would help boost local tourism while conserving and protecting the region's natural, historic and cultural resources.

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Reunions offer alumni a chance to reconnect
Reunions offer alumni a chance to reconnect

FINGER LAKES--While graduation often means a new beginning for area high school seniors, it also means the end of a significant era in their lives. Yet, as students graduate and go their separate ways, many often remember where they came from and become nostalgic of their high school days. While the methods vary from school to school, there are often ways area alumni can find to reunite with those whom they shared their high school experiences. Dundee is one of the area schools that has an active alumni association putting on an annual reunion before the new class graduates. Albert Kopec, Dundee class of 1958, described the Dundee Central School Alumni Association as "a very informal association." He said he began his involvement in the group in 1999, as there was interest in starting a website and he was involved with computers.

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Sahlen's races will run this weekend
Sahlen's races will run this weekend

WATKINS GLEN--Watkins Glen International (WGI) will kick off its annual Sahlen's Six Hours of The Glen starting Thursday, June 25, and running through Sunday, June 28. The entry field was expanded last year to include the TUDOR United SportsCar Championship as part of the Tequila Patron North American Endurance Cup. The TUDOR race will feature four classes of cars, including Prototype, Prototype Challenge, GT Le Mans and GT Daytona. The TUDOR United SportsCar Championship is sanctioned by the International Motor Sports Association (IMSA). The Prototype class has an all pro driver lineup with cars specifically designed for racetracks. The Prototype Challenge class has all cars designed to the same specs, which includes an open cockpit. The GT Le Mans class features production-based cars with all pro drivers, while the GT Daytona class has enhanced production models with a pro-am driver mix.

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Another Shirk's recall includes 29 products
Another Shirk's recall includes 29 products

DUNDEE-The U.S. Department of Agriculture's (USDA) Food Safety and Inspection Service (FSIS) announced Saturday, June 20, Shirk Meats of Dundee is recalling approximately 2,478 pounds of pork and beef products that may be contaminated with listenia monocytogenes. The FSIS labeled this a Class I recall, which is considered a health hazard situation where there is a reasonable probability the use of the product will cause serious adverse health consequences or death. The various pork and beef items were produced between April 1 and May 12.

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State offers free fishing weekend
State offers free fishing weekend

NEW YORK--Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo announced New York State residents and visitors may fish for free without a fishing license in any of the state's 7,500 lakes and ponds and 50,000 miles of rivers and streams during the weekend of Saturday and Sunday, June 27 and 28. Saltwater anglers may also fish in marine waters for migratory marine fish species without enrolling in the Recreational Marine Fishing Registry. In addition to the June free fishing weekend, legislation signed by the governor now allows for an increase in the number of authorized yearly statewide free fishing days. This year, Veteran's Day, Nov. 11, has also been designated as a free fishing day.

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Keuka College receives $168K energy rebate
Keuka College receives $168K energy rebate

KEUKA PARK--Keuka College will be the recipient of a $168,351 efficiency rebate provided by the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA). Robert Schick, chair of the Keuka College board of trustees and president of the Lyons National Bank, will accept the check on behalf of the college for energy and conservation measures undertaken in campus facilities. He will accept the check during the college's Wednesday, June 24, board of trustees meeting. The measures are part of a $4 million campus-wide modernization project that will reduce Keuka College's environmental impact while increasing the productivity and comfort of students, faculty, staff and guests to the campus. The upgrades will include LED lighting and adaptive energy management strategies, and ultimately reduce Keuka College's operational expenses by more than $6 million over 20 years.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Waterfront Festival Regatta
PHOTO GALLERY: Waterfront Festival Regatta

WATKINS GLEN-54 boats took to the 50 degree Seneca Lake in Watkins Glen, Saturday, June 20 to participate in the 22nd annual Cardboard Regatta. The pier, breakwater and shoreline were all filled with spectators for the event. Boat #12, Game On!, posted the fastest time on the course through the marina with a 2:12.

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Visitors, shoppers offer thoughts on area
Visitors, shoppers offer thoughts on area

YATES, SCHUYLER COUNTIES-It is no surprise area activity takes off in the summer as the weather begins to accommodate more opportunities for outdoor fun. For both visitors and residents alike, there are a wide variety of summertime activities that people enjoy. The Observer and REVIEW&EXPRESS wanted to get the thoughts of visitors and shoppers by talking at random to people that were mostly in Yates and Schuyler over the weekend. Their comments are below. Chris McNinch of Branchport said his favorite area summer activities include things like hiking the Keuka Outlet Trail, getting ice cream and wine tasting in Penn Yan. Along with gardening, Lisa McNinch said she and Chris also enjoy riding their motorcycle around the lakes and throughout the area. "We go all around the lake," Chris said. "We ride pretty much any back road," Lisa added. When asked what else they would like to see available to do in Yates County, Lisa mentioned she would like to see more to do in the winter, as there is plenty to do in the summer.

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Sunday rain causes more flooding
Sunday rain causes more flooding

SCHUYLER, YATES COUNTIES--The heavy rains that came through the area Sunday, June 14, brought flooding, washing out roads and moving debris into the lakes. The village of Watkins Glen and Schuyler County were hit by flash flooding, closing down Franklin Street and roads throughout the area. Schuyler County Administrator Tim O'Hearn said there was significant damage to county infrastructure, estimating the cost to be significant. "It is definitely in the millions," O'Hearn said. "There is no question about that." According to the National Weather Service (NWS) in Binghamton, Watkins Glen received 3.41 inches of rain in a 24-hour period, while Odessa saw 3.76 inches and Newfield received 4.3 inches. The NWS also reported flash flooding in Tyrone and Altay during Sunday's rainstorms. Schuyler County Sheriff William Yessman declared a state of emergency during the flood, closing several roads and prohibiting non-essential travel.

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Dundee Fire Department seeks funds for ambulance
Dundee Fire Department seeks funds for ambulance

DUNDEE--The Dundee Fire Department will be conducting a fund drive to raise the necessary money to replace an aging ambulance in their fleet. Fire Chief Steve Warriner said the vehicle to be replaced is more than 14 years old, adding it is one of two ambulances in the department. He mentioned the department is looking for a year-old demo model, which can cost between $140,000 and $150,000, while building a new ambulance can range to more than $200,000.
"Like everybody else's budget, we are tight on our budget too," Warriner said. "We are going to send out a letter to the people in our fire district asking if they would be willing to help us by making donations to help raise the funds for purchasing the vehicle. We have always had lots of support from the community in the past."

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Westbrook, Valiante win Sahlen's race
Westbrook, Valiante win Sahlen's race

WATKINS GLEN-Richard Westbrook and Michael Valiante raced to victory in the Sahlen's Six Hours of The Glen, Sunday, June 28 at Watkins Glen International.
The No. 01 Ford EcoBoost DP of Scott Pruett and Joey Hand finished second. The No. 5 Mustang Sampling/Cedar Tree Corvette DP of Christian Fittipaldi and Joao Barbosa was third.
 Other class winners included: the No. 17 Falken Tire Porsche 911 RSR of Bryan Sellers and Wolf Henzler (GTLM); No. 8 Starworks Motorsport ORECA FLM09 of Renger van der Zande, Mike Hedlund, and Alex Popow (PC); and the No. 93 ViperExchange.com Dodge Viper SRT of Al Carter, Cameron Lawrence, and Marc Goossens (GTD). Rain throughout the race created difficult driving conditions, with numerous caution laps during the six hours including the race end.

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Odessa, Hammondsport celebrate athletes
Odessa, Hammondsport celebrate athletes

Odessa-Montour
Athletes from the three sports seasons were recognized for their efforts at the Odessa-Montour Sports Boosters Banquet, Wednesday, June 10. Coaches from each sport talked about the season and presented awards for dedication and contribution. The Harold Lynch Athlete of the Year Awards were presented to Hailie Searles and Joe Rorick. The Charles Martin Memorial Sportsmanship Awards were given to Manley Gavich and Dana Roberts.
Hammondsport
Hammondsport Central School honored varsity athletes at the sports awards ceremony, Wednesday, June 10. Honorees were selected for outstanding performance, improvement throughout the season and commitment. Additional awards included: NYSPHSAA Scholar Athlete Team Award: girls tennis, girls basketball and girls track. Varsity Letter Awards: Aaron Lowin (10) and Alyson Binnert (14). Laker Athlete Awards: Dalton Ordway and Olivia Makarick. Patricia Beilby Award for outstanding athletic and scholastic achievement: Alyson Binnert. Harold Block Award for outstanding athletic and scholastic achievement: Aaron Lowin. Laker Athletic Award for outstanding athletic achievement: Olivia Makarick and Dalton Ordway. Karen Griffin Clancy Award: Dalton Ordway and Sydney McGinn. William Whitney Scholarship: Aaron Lowin and Sydney McGinn.

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Ceremonies recognize athletes
Ceremonies recognize athletes

DUNDEE, PENN YAN AND WATKINS GLEN--The Dundee Central School District's annual sports awards ceremony was held Thursday, June 4, in the school gymnasium, honoring the achievements of its student athletes throughout the year. Nolleen Whetham and Megan Howell were named the co-winners of the Dundee Female Athlete Award during the evening, while Jonathan Huber was named the top male athlete by winning the David Summerson Male Athlete Award. The Keith Cagle Award for football and baseball went to Justin Neu, who was also recognized for having the record for most stolen bases in Section V with 118. Jeffrey Wood was named the recipient of the Dale Howell Award for football, while Bradley Smith received the Ray Fultz Award, also for football. Andrew Clark was recognized for his basketball prowess this past season by earning the Richard Kendall Award. The district also recognized Tyler Kelly and Howell for setting school records for most completed three-pointers in a game.

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Penn Yan boys fall in semifinals
Penn Yan boys fall in semifinals

ROCHESTER-The Mustangs' boys varsity lacrosse team fell to Cazenovia in the New York State Public High School Athletic Association semifinal game for Class C, Wednesday, June 3. The final score was 9-5. The scoring by quarter was 2-1, 6-3, 7-4 and 9-5, with Cazenovia leading. Sean Emerson led Penn Yan with two points and an assist. Tate Stewart, Craig Gerhardt, and Gage Ponsetti all scored once. Austin Fingar contributed two assists. Penn Yan ends with a 15-5 record.

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Runners win sectional races
Runners win sectional races

MARION-The Dundee and Hammondsport varsity track teams competed in the Section V Class C-D championship, Saturday, May 30. For Class C, the Dundee boys took second, while the girls were 17th. In class D, Hammondsport's girls were 16th and the boys 17th. For Dundee, the 4x100 meter relay team (Geordan Conyers, Jon Huber, Chris Cramer, and Cody Salvatore) won first with 44.12. Huber was first in the 100 meter dash (11.46) and first in the 200 meter dash (23.09). Cramer was second in the 400 meter hurdles (59.94). Salvatore placed first in the triple jump (44'9") and second in the 100 meter dash (11.88). Conyers took second in the long jump (21'1.5"). Cole Hartman was second in the triple jump (43'6.5"). The girls 4x100 meter relay team (Jessica Prior, Andi Wood, Emily Oughterson, and Nolleen Whetham) was sixth in 54.46. Paige Easling took first in the pentathlon long jump (4.91 meters), and fifth in the pentathlon high jump (1.21 meters). Whetham was sixth in the 100 meter dash (13.75) and sixth in the 200 meter dash (28.48). Anna Gilbert was seventh in the high jump (4'6").

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Penn Yan dominates Akron
Penn Yan dominates Akron

ROCHESTER-Penn Yan's boys varsity lacrosse team topped Section VI Class C champion Akron in the Western Regional quarterfinals, 20-8, Saturday, May 30.
Penn Yan now faces Cazenovia in the Class C semifinals, Wednesday, June 3, at St. John Fisher. Penn Yan held a commanding lead throughout the game, earning a 13-5 lead at halftime and keeping Akron scoreless in the third quarter. Austin Fingar led with seven goals and one assist. Craig Gerhardt recorded five goals and four assists for the Mustangs. Sean Emerson had three goals and four assists, while Conner Fingar scored twice. Ben Covert, Casey Marsh and Tate Stewart each had one goal and one assist. In the goal, Gage Ponsetti had eight saves. With the win, the Mustangs' record is 15-4.

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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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