SENECA FALLS — After Mynderse Academy was forced to forgo a 2020 Hall of Fame Class, as did countless other schools, the Mynderse Academy Athletic Hall of Fame Committee announced the Class of 2021 that is scheduled to be inducted this October.

SENECA FALLS — Lisa Anderson has been coaching boys soccer at Mynderse Academy since 2007, and she has been the varsity head coach since the start of the 2010 season after previously coaching modified and junior varsity.

GENEVA — The push for the Geneva Futbol Club has come to fruition. This Sunday, April 25 at the Geneva Community Center at 160 Carter Road, Geneva FC will host open tryouts at 2 p.m.

GENEVA — When the world snaps back to some semblance of normalcy and the Finger Lakes is again awash in tourism, triathlons, car shows, and wine weekends, it’ll seem like there is a million things to do and experience once again.

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The news on the day before Thanksgiving that Diego Armando Maradona had died in his native Argentina caused barely a ripple in the Finger Lakes. Tucked in among stories on COVID-19 surges, vaccines, and politics, NBC’s “Nightly News with Lester Holt” had a short piece on him — which amazed m…

PENN YAN — Saturday concluded the regular season for all fall sports throughout Section V. There shall be plenty of time to sit back and appreciate the season that has been, but currently there’s no time for that; sectionals are coming and the 2020 fall regular season deserves a final send o…

A relatively quiet high school sports week typically signifies the break between the regular season and postseason. After just a month of regular-season action, it’s hard to believe that sectionals are even possible, given the parameters put in place earlier this fall.

Last week, the Times ran a breakdown of all the fall sports’ schedule for the upcoming sectional tournament. At that time, the schedule and information regarding boys soccer had not been released yet.

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GENEVA — It’s the final week of the regular season as the Mynderse Academy Blue Devils traveled for a game under the lights against the Geneva Panthers at Loman Stadium on Monday night.

Nearly two months ago athletes, players, coaches and the like were thrilled to have competition back at the high school level, albeit minus the full fall offering of sports. As teams began to get back into game shape, league championships and sectionals seemed to be an afterthought; getting …

SENECA FALLS — Mynderse boys soccer (4-2) got back in the win column after a loss to Bishop Kearney. The Blue Devils scored four goals against winless Waterloo (0-6) in the Non-League matchup on Tuesday night.

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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.

GENEVA — The Geneva girls soccer team (1-3, 1-3) earned their first elusive win since 2018 on Wednesday at home against Mynderse (0-4, 0-4). The Panthers had come close in recent games to ending their drought but it took a lone strike from freshman Kaitlyn Wright on an assist from sophomore …

PENN YAN — Geneva boys soccer (2-1, 1-1) suffered their first defeat of the season Tuesday night against the stalwart defense of Penn Yan (1-1, 1-1). Senior William Steel score the lone goal for the Mustangs on an assist from classmate Caiden DeMarco. Mason Mackerchar made six saves across a…

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CLIFTON SPRINGS — Although it was just the third and fourth games respectively for Geneva and Midlakes girls soccer, the Screaming Eagles honored their senior athletes in a ceremony that would normally take place late in the year. However, due to 2020 being, well, 2020, schools across the Fi…

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The 2020 boys soccer season will be one of the more interesting seasons in recent memory. You can thank the pandemic and late start to the season as two of the biggest reasons.

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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.

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.