Seneca County, NYithaca.com

Seneca County team raises $6,500

A team of corrections officers at the Seneca County Correctional Facility raised more than $6,500 for Special Olympics during a recent event at Highmark Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills. In their “snapshot” for June, Sheriff Tim Luce and Undersheriff John Cleere said the officers played in a flag football...
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Geneva, NYFinger Lakes Times

FOOTBALL: Mike Pane hangs up the headset as coach of Geneva

GENEVA — Not many coaches in any sport have the pedigree that Mike Pane has during his time with the Geneva football program. An integral piece of the program since 2003, Pane has been a part of a state champion in Class B, a state runner-up in Class A, three Western Regional titles, seven Finger Lakes league divisional championships and four Section V crowns.
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Atlanta, NYspectrumlocalnews.com

Eyes on 2025: SU set to meet Tennessee in Atlanta

SYRACUSE, N.Y. -- On August 30th, 2025 the SU football team will open their season under the bright lights of Mercedes-Benz Stadium in Atlanta. It'll be a lot of Orange in the stands when SU plays Tennessee for the first time since 2001 in the Chick-Fil-A kickoff game. SU is 0-3 against the Vols and hasn't won a non-conference regular season game against a power-five school since 2012.
Seneca County, NYFinger Lakes Times

Seneca County team raises $6,500

ROMULUS — A team of corrections officers at the Seneca County Correctional Facility raised more than $6,500 for Special Olympics during a recent event at Highmark Stadium, home of the Buffalo Bills. In their “snapshot” for June, Sheriff Tim Luce and Undersheriff John Cleere said the officers played in a...
Canandaigua, NYMPNnow

HS football: Changes for 2021 include more games, more classifications

Then there is good news coming your way. One, the 2021 fall season gets started in less than two months. Secondly, there will be more of it this season. Last May’s approval of eight games in the regular season never got a chance to implement itself in the fall of 2020 since the coronavirus pandemic shifted that season to this past spring.
Rochester, NY13 WHAM

Felony charges dropped against former AQ standout Jarron Jones

Rochester, N.Y. — Felony charges have been dropped against a former football star at Aquinas Institute who is a now member of the Pittsburgh Steelers organization. Jarron Jones was arrested last fall after allegedly getting into a fight with his girlfriend. Jones is accused of strangling her and hitting her...
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O’Brien Feels Like John Elway as he Heads Into Retirement

Wednesday is the last day at the helm of the Port Bryon School District for Superintendent Neil O’Brien. He feels that he’s retiring on a high note despite the issues presented by the pandemic. The team effort makes him feel like Denver Broncos quarterback John Elway, who retired after back-to-back...
Canandaigua, NYMPNnow

Section V football: Meet Canandaigua's Dom Comella, our Player of the Year

He doesn’t say much but really, Dom Comella doesn’t have to. Sure, his statistics do much of the talking but there is much more to the Canandaigua Academy senior running back than stats. It’s more about the attitude and the approach that makes Comella what he is and that says plenty. But today, that talk can include how everything comes together for Comella on the field and that’s what makes him The Daily Messenger’s Player of the Year for the 2021 spring football season.
Canandaigua, NYMPNnow

Frank Baker youth football registration open for 2021 season

The Canandaigua Academy football program announces the return of the Frank Baker youth football league after being sidelined in 2020 by the coronavirus pandemic. Online registration for the 2021 fall season is open and available by accessing the CA football website (cafootball.org) and clicking on the Baker League Tab. Frank...
Canandaigua, NYMPNnow

AGR: Meet the All-Greater Rochester football and volleyball teams

The calendar said March and April. But the attitude was football. The wait was long, but all the crunching tackles were made and all the exciting plays were seen as football, along with boys and girls volleyball, returned to Section V as a spring season after the coronavirus pandemic paused all three sports in the fall of 2020.
Rochester, NYMPNnow

Meet the 2021 All-Greater Rochester Football Team

Meet the 2021 All-Greater Rochester Football team as determined by a vote and input from coaches across Section V and Democrat and Chronicle staff. Key accomplishments: 0 career fumbles, more than 1,000 yards rushing this season. Future plans: Play at Bucknell University, major in communications or business. Year: Junior. Parents:...
Penfield, NY13 WHAM

Titans stay perfect and Cross powers Panthers

Thomas improved to 8-0 on the season with an 8-3 win over Penfield Wednesday night. The Titans led 7-3 at halftime before shutout out the Patriots in the second half thanks to multiple saves from Ethan Ruller. Harrison Cross scored five times to power Pittsford past Hilton at home to...
Shortsville, NYThe Daily News Online

SEC. V FOOTBALL: Pembroke throttled by Red Jacket in 8-Man Final

SHORTSVILLE — The 8-Man Football Final did not go as planned for the Pembroke Dragons, who fell 82-6 to unbeaten Red Jacket on Saturday afternoon. The Indians took a commanding 30-0 lead at the end of the first quarter, led 42-0 at halftime and 68-0 at the end of the third quarter.
Victor, NY13 WHAM

McQuaid goes back-to-back while HF-L ends 51 year title drought

On the first-ever Section V football championship Saturday in the Spring was filled with sunshine, some rain and plenty of touchdowns. McQuaid knocked off Victor 17-14 to win their second straight Class AA crown. In Class B, HF-L sprinted past Batavia as the Cougars claimed their first title in 51...