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Flash flooding impacts Seneca Lake
Flash flooding impacts Seneca Lake

SENECA LAKE--Seneca Lake is experiencing the negative side-effects of June's flash flooding. Professor of Geolimnology and Hydrogeochemistry at Hobart and William Smith Colleges Dr. John Halfman said there are three significant issues with Seneca Lake following the flooding. Citing issues with turbidity (suspended sediment), phosphorus and high lake levels, Halfman described them as "three huge changes -- none for the better." "The floods have made the lake more turbid throughout the spring," Halfman said. "For example, I couldn't see my toes in shin-deep water at my house last Sunday [July 12]." Halfman mentioned he took several turbidity profiles from a central lake site. He stated turbidities are rarely above one Nephelometric Turbidity Unit (NTU) at the site. However this year, turbidity has exceeded one on at least five of Halfman's weekly lake monitorings, ranging from just above two NTUs to just above three NTUs between June 11 and July 9.

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Outlet trail: Despite volunteers, problems persist
Outlet trail: Despite volunteers, problems persist

YATES COUNTY--The Keuka Outlet Trail has been plagued by vandalism and litter in areas for years. The outlet was originally a seven-mile tow path and railroad that was converted to a scenic path from Penn Yan to Dresden. The village owns some 1.3 miles of the path from the baseball fields off State Route 54A east to Cherry Street, with the volunteer Friends of the Outlet Trail group owning the remaining 5.7 miles from Cherry Street to Dresden. The path is usually frequented by walkers, joggers, bicyclists, horse riders and even snowmobiles during the winter. Currently, the 5.7 miles owned by the Friends has been "officially" closed for more than a year since the May 2014 flash flooding washed out sections of the path. The notice is posted on the Friends of the Outlet Trail website that the trail is closed, although people can still be seen using the trail, as much of the path remains walkable. While the volunteer group has attempted to maintain the part they own, a lack of funding has kept the organization from being able to return the trail to its previous state.

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PHOTO GALLERY: Antique boats in Hammondsport
PHOTO GALLERY: Antique boats in Hammondsport

HAMMONDSPORT- Wine Country Classic Boats (WCCB) presented the 33rd Annual Antique Boat Show and 32nd Annual Regatta at Depot Park in Hammondsport Saturday and Sunday, July 18 and 19. Enthusiasts could enjoy both classic wooden and fiberglass boats along with various vendors and groups that assembled in the park. The photo gallery features photos from the boat parade on Saturday.

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Grand Prix races set for weekend
Grand Prix races set for weekend

WATKINS GLEN--Taking place a few months earlier this year, the Glenora Wine Cellars U.S. Vintage Grand Prix will be presented by Welliver this weekend. Running from Friday, July 24 to Sunday, July 26, this event features cars from several different eras running several races along the track throughout the weekend. The Vintage Grand Prix is described as among the largest vintage racing events in the nation. The event date moved to accommodate Watkins Glen International's track repave beginning Aug. 11. Due to the repaving, the short course will be run. Public Relations Manager Chris Banker said despite the earlier date, he anticipates a strong attendance this year, adding it will only be a one year change. "We expect between 300 and 325 entries," Banker said. "The oldest [registered vehicle] is a 1935 Alfa Romeo Formula 1 car, owned and driven by Peter Giddings, who's coming all the way from Danville, California."

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Hector Fair starts Thursday
Hector Fair starts Thursday

HECTOR--The 57th annual Hector Fireman's Fair will run for three days this week, beginning Thursday, July 23 and concluding Saturday, July 25. The fair will be held at the Hector-Logan-Valois Firemen's Field on Route 414 in Hector. The weekend will see a parade and fireworks in addition to traditional midway games and rides. Thursday's events begin at 6 p.m., and include a family night, farmers' market, live animals and a sawmill display. There will be a DJ providing music, half-price ride tickets, a 50/50 raffle and bingo as well. The fair opens again at 6 p.m. Friday, with the annual parade taking place at 7 p.m. Live music will be playing Friday, along with the same features as Thursday evening. Saturday will feature a car show from noon to 4 p.m., with a chicken barbecue from noon until gone.

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Crestwood gas project differences continue
Crestwood gas project differences continue

READING--Some 13 Finger Lakes residents were arrested Monday morning, July 20, while protesting the proposed Crestwood salt cavern gas storage project in Reading. Taking place in front of the gate along Route 14, the demonstrators were charged with trespass as they blockaded anyone from entering or leaving the facility. These arrests put the total number of those arrested for trespass in front of the gate to 309. The protests are part of the "We Are Seneca Lake" campaign against the Crestwood project which started some nine months ago. Of the 13 arrested Monday, none were from Schuyler County. Schuyler County Sheriff's deputies arrested the 13 shortly after 9:30 a.m. as they carried with them a seven-foot-tall replica of Pope Francis' recent encyclical letter on climate change.

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Odessa-Montour swears in board members
Odessa-Montour swears in board members

ODESSA--The Odessa-Montour board of education held its annual organizational meeting Thursday, July 14, during which it swore in the board members who had been elected May 19. Chris Wood, superintendent, administered the oath of office to Jeff Parmenter, a new board member, as well as to Robert Halpin and Jennifer Mosher, who had been re-elected. Wood also swore in Halpin for his position as president of the board, and Halpin swore in Scott Westervelt, a member of the board, for his position as vice president.

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Catharine features a scenic trail experience
Catharine features a scenic trail experience

FINGER LAKES--Running from the Village Harbor in Watkins Glen to Horseheads, the Catharine Valley Trail has existed in many forms throughout the years. Serving previously as a tow path and a rail bed, the trail is now a popular destination for bicyclists, walkers and runners. With much of it consisting of a crushed stone surface, the trail leads through Schuyler County and features wilderness, swamps, canals, roads and bridges for those who walk its path. Maggie Martin of the Friends of the Catharine Valley Trail said the path is a popular destination when it comes to Finger Lakes trails because of its flatness, making it ideal for fitness and outdoor recreation. While she is not able to track the number of people who use the trail, she estimates thousands of people use it every year. Comparing it to other trails in the area, Martin added it is a well developed trail that features parking, restrooms and proper maintenance work to clean and repair the trail.

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Senior housing plans 2016 opening
Senior housing plans 2016 opening

SCHUYLER COUNTY--More than 50 people attended a presentation on the senior housing being developed at the former Watkins Glen middle school Wednesday afternoon, July 8. Anthony Fiala, executive director of Serving the Elderly through Project Planning (SEPP), gave an update on the project at the Human Services Complex in Montour Falls, Wednesday, July 8. He outlined what is currently being done with the building. Fiala said the 55 and older development will house some 51 units and estimated opening by January of 2016. Fiala mentioned this is the fourth school renovation project SEPP is conducting, adding SEPP will continue to own and operate the complex upon completion. Costing upwards of $17 million, the project is utilizing historic tax credits, which Fiala said requires them to save certain amenities in the building.

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New pier tops Urbana waterfront plans
New pier tops Urbana waterfront plans

HAMMONDSPORT--Following the latest community gathering on the Hammondsport-Urbana Waterfront Master Plan this past May, the final draft has recently been submitted to the town and village for review. James Johnson of the Steuben County Industrial Development Agency (IDA) said the draft was submitted Friday, July 10 and contains some 29 different proposals for improving the waterfront on the southern end of Keuka Lake. Of these 29 proposals, Johnson said four are outlined as priority projects, which include a new Champlin Beach pier, developing a waterfront center in the Champlin Beach area, developing trails to connect the parks and creating a waterfront organization to implement the plan. The first project listed overall involves removing and replacing the existing Champlin Beach pier with a new one.

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Boaters prepare for classic weekend
Boaters prepare for classic weekend

HAMMONDSPORT--Wine Country Classic Boats (WCCB) will present their 33rd Annual Antique Boat Show and 32nd Annual Regatta this weekend at Depot Park in HammondsportSaturday and Sunday, July 18 and 19. The event will have boats from the 1930s as its featured water craft this year along with several other wood and fiberglass classics. One of the weekend's participants will be Penn Yan's Jack Young, who is preparing his 24-foot 1960 Chris Craft for the show to be featured along with approximately 60 other classic boats. Young said he purchased his boat some 10 years ago. He mentioned he bought the boat in New Hampshire, adding the boat was not restored when it was purchased. Young estimates he has put some $40,000 into the boat, which includes the $12,000 he purchased it for.

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Keuka Lake group cites water clarity, algae
Keuka Lake group cites water clarity, algae

KEUKA LAKE--During the state of the lake report at the Keuka Lake Association's (KLA) annual meeting Saturday, July 11, KLA President Bill Laffin stated that even though water quality has improved somewhat, the lake algae levels have also increased in 2014. Speaking to the association members in the Dahlstrom Student Center at Keuka College, Laffin reported nutrient levels have decreased in the lake some 2.6 parts per billion (ppb) between 2013 and 2014. He said water clarity (allowing to see) was almost two meters deeper than what it has been long-term. He described the 2014 state of the lake as being in generally good health with improving trends in several areas, but added clearer water has also led to nearly 1 ppb in additional algae growth.

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County addresses road, bridge concerns
County addresses road, bridge concerns

SCHUYLER COUNTY--The highway department was at the forefront of discussion Monday, July 13 during the Schuyler County legislative meeting. Legislator James Howell Jr. commented on three issues during the meeting relating to the condition of the county's bridges, roads and the employment situation in the highway department. The legislature discussed 10 bridges the county is responsible for maintaining as being rated deficient by the state. According to the New York State Department of Transportation (DOT), a deficient rating does not mean a bridge is unsafe, but requires corrective maintenance due to deterioration. Howell indicated the poor state of certain county roads and bridges need to be more of a priority.

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Reading chief says 'Enough!' about Crestwood
Reading chief says 'Enough!' about Crestwood

READING--Despite the efforts of a group of Reading residents, the Reading town board refused to hear any public comment regarding the Crestwood gas storage project at their Wednesday, July 8 meeting. Following a press conference outside the town hall, Supervisor Marvin Switzer told the audience of some 40 people and press, "We are not going to have any comment on Crestwood at all." This comes after two months of residents attempting to convince the board to issue a letter of concern about the project to Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC).

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Watkins school board discusses merger
Watkins school board discusses merger

WATKINS GLEN--Watkins Glen Superintendent Tom Phillips and board member Keith Caslin spent part of the Monday, July 6 school board meeting discussing the potential of looking into merging with the Odessa-Montour Central School District. The subject was raised by Caslin, who referred not only to looking at the merging of the schools' lacrosse, baseball and softball teams, but also looking at merging each school district as a whole. Phillips also voiced his support for the idea, adding he would get in contact with the Odessa-Montour school board about the matter. "If you look back in my tenure this has been something I have continually brought up," Phillips said. "The reality is we have eight towns, four villages and three school districts in a county of under 18,500. Can anyone tell me why?"

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Finger Lakes barbecue, it's slow and delicious
Finger Lakes barbecue, it's slow and delicious

FINGER LAKES--It's an American classic with as much diversity as the country itself. Real barbecue--the kind that melts in your mouth and gives your taste-buds something to think about--involves secret and semi-secret ingredients, a little work, a bit of planning, smoke and style. All barbecue experts counsel patience as every barbecue's main ingredient. "I'll tell any of my customers, anyone can do it, it's just time and labor intensive," says Andy Catlin of Andy's BBQ Shack in Penn Yan. "If you want barbecue for lunchtime, you've got to start it yourself at about 2 a.m. You trim the meat and put it on the smoker, wait 8 to10 hours or 12 to 14 for brisket. The shortest one I cook is ribs, and that's a six-hour minimum cooking time." "The thing about barbecue is everybody does it differently," says Ray Neira, owner of Smok'n Bones, a restaurant specializing in barbecue in Burdett. "You'll never find two barbecue places to be the same. People will use different spice rubs or wet mop ingredients. At home, that's a good way to experiment with flavors."

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Wineries prepare for annual festival
Wineries prepare for annual festival

FINGER LAKES--The annual three-day Finger Lakes Wine Festival returns to the area this Friday through Sunday, July 10 through 12. With more than 80 wineries this year, the festival draws thousands to the Watkins Glen International (WGI) Racetrack to sample wines, listen to live music and attend culinary cooking demonstrations. Starting with the Launch of the Lakes toga party Friday at 5 p.m., the festival will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Preparation for the festival may be behind the scenes, but it is a significant process that involves many staffers for area wineries. Many wine producers have been attending the event for years and are preparing their staff to distribute again this weekend.

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Dundee Day sales will line the streets
Dundee Day sales will line the streets

DUNDEE--The village of Dundee will once again offer "miles of yard sales" for the annual Dundee Day, Saturday, July 11. The village-wide sales will begin at 8 a.m. and run until 4 p.m. Village residents have the opportunity to set up sales in their lawns for the annual tradition. Member Services Manager at the Yates County Chamber of Commerce Jody Tyler said hundreds of people attend the annual event, describing it as a "country style shopping mall." Village residents fill their yards every year with an assortment of items they are willing to part with, which can range from rare household items to more common items for lower than store price. Items seen in past years have included golf clubs, children's toys, vintage signs, assorted clothing items, household appliances, TV sets and a variety of new and vintage furniture items.

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SPORTS
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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