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GENEVA — Not only did the return of high school competition in the Finger Lakes bring with it heaps of joy, it provided a hint of a return to normalcy.

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WATERLOO — There was a light sprinkle of rain about a half hour before the sun pushed it’s way out of the clouds prior to Thursday evening’s golf match between the Geneva Panthers at the Waterloo Indians.

In the months of May, June and July, sports junkies like myself took to watching Korean baseball at 5:30 in the morning or even table tennis to get our sports fix. Even I struggled to find positivity in that.

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GENEVA — It could not have been a better day for golf. A high of 62 degrees Fahrenheit and dotted with the smallest of clouds and little wind meant for a picturesque City Golf Championship, even if it was only 18 holes.

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GENEVA — The 2020 Geneva City Golf Championship had been in doubt because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but organizers have managed to schedule the annual event in a 10-day window.

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GENEVA — It has been known for approximately two weeks that high school student-athletes will get the chance to compete in interscholastic sports this fall season.

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KEUKA PARK — The fall of 2020 was supposed to usher in a new era of Keuka Wolves athletics; a fresh start in a new conference with a blank canvas ready to be filled with new records and history.

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STAFFORD — It’s become nothing out of the ordinary for John Mittiga to win amateur golf tournaments and local high school matches.

WATERLOO — Waterloo High School’s 54th annual sports award ceremony wasn’t the usual night of celebration it has been in years past. Nonetheless, the Athletic Department ensured the district’s student-athletes were honored for their hard work and dedication.

SENECA FALLS — Mynderse Academy still found a way to honor its athletes for the hard work put in during the fall and winter sports seasons.

PENN YAN — Area high schools continue to come up with clever ways to make sure their student-athletes receive recognition for their hard-fought fall and winter seasons.

LATHAM — The New York State Public High School Athletic Association has put together a task force to begin examining the potential impact of COVID-19 on the upcoming fall 2020 season — as well as the entire 2020-21 school year.

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LATHAM — The announcement that many suspected came down from the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Monday morning: There will be no state championships for spring sports in 2020.