SWAIN — Keshequa’s Malia Ras captured the Slalom event while Livonia’s Chas Doerflinger and Geneseo’s Andrew Slade won the Slalom and Giant Slalom respectively during Saturday’s Southern Tier Ski race at Swain Mountain.

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With news from New York State about the beginning of the so-called ‘high risk’ winter sports being virtually nonexistent since the New York State Public High School Association announced on Dec. 11 that all winter sports state championships were cancelled and ‘high risk’ winter sports were i…

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PERRY — Ryan Whitney captured three events including the 50 Freestyle (24.28) and two relays as visiting Geneseo out swam Letchworth/Perry 91-70 Thursday night in Perry. Whitney was also on both the winning 200 Freestyle (1:51.11) and 400 Freestyle (4:06.40) relays.

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With an unprecedented 2020 fall season behind us, it’s time to honor those who accomplished so much while forging through so many new challenges. It wasn’t easy for high school athletes and coaches over the past few months, nevertheless many GLOW region teams still found immense amounts of success.

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High school athletes dealt with plenty of firsts during what was an unprecedented fall season. Already forced to comply with mask wearing, social distancing, zoom sessions, and other safety measures, many athletes extended their level of difficulty even further as they decided to try new spo…

WEBSTER — The Livonia girls swimming team put together a solid performance at the Section V Class C championship last weekend as the team took a solid second place, while a pair of swimmers picked up individual titles.

LIVONIA — The Batavia boys soccer team had put together one of the best seasons in recent memory for the program, earning the Blue Devils the No. 3 seed in the Section V Class B1 tournament. A win over Newark in the quarterfinals had Batavia in the semifinals on Tuesday night, but that’s whe…

LE ROY — At just 4-6-1, it certainly wasn’t the season that the Le Roy boys soccer team had been expecting. With 10 seniors and a talented group, the Oatkan Knights had struggled, losing three in a row before the scheduled regular-season finale against Hornell at Hartwood Park.