Mary Claire Rollins and Abby Kreher also scored for Geneseo, while Lainey Scoville had three assists, with McMaster adding a helper.

  • Updated

And it was the blue and orange which came away with two more sweeps as the Livonia boys defeated Bath (15-48) and Avon (19-38) while the Lady Bulldogs also picked up two wins over Bath (15-50) and Avon (22-35).

BATAVIA — The top class for both pacing mares and trotters were featured on the Wednesday (Oct. 14) card of racing at Batavia Downs and the public’s choice came through in both events.

SYRACUSE — The State University of New York Athletic Conference will begin its 2020-21 conference schedules for men’s and women’s basketball, as well as men’s ice hockey, at the beginning of February.

  • Updated

DANSVILLE — The Livonia girls love them some overtime.

  • Updated

SILVER LAKE — Leading up to last weekend’s inaugural Serpent’s Shadow triathlon, duathlon and Aquabike events in Wyoming County, Bert Gallmon said he unfortunately had to turn people away.

ORCHARD PARK — There weren’t any fans in the stands at Bills Stadium to witness the Bills’ epic win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday, but that might be changing soon.

  • Updated

LE ROY — Matt Walther, owner of Beyondriven training facility in Le Roy, is certainly living out his dream. However, it is a dream that very possibly could never have come to fruition.

ALBANY — With Wednesday’s announcement that high school football, volleyball and competitive cheerleading all being pushed to March 1, 2021 for their ‘Fall II’ start date, Robert Zayas, Executive Director for the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA), held a Zoom …

  • Updated

PERRY — While playing football and wrestling at Perry, Corey Hollister was known for his toughness with the Yellowjackets. Not the biggest, not the strongest and not the fastest, Hollister was the first of a number of talented brothers that came though the system.