Tag Archives: South Seneca Falcons

2016-17 Season Finale Episode .::. Upstate Hoops Podcast 3/26/17

Take a look back at another great season of Wayne-Finger Lakes High School basketball and recap the sectional championship runs from Mynderse, Wayne, Gananda and South Seneca on the final episode of the Upstate Hoops Podcast recorded live on Sunday morning. Stay tuned at the end of the show for our annual season recap video…

Romulus Warriors vs. South Seneca Falcons .::. FL1 Sports 1/20/17

In the second night of our South End Rivalry Showdown, the Romulus Warriors boys basketball team invades the Jack Guinan Gymnasium in Ovid to face the South Seneca Falcons in a Finger Lakes West match-up on FL1 Sports. The original mouth of the south Dave Barnick and Jason Hunt have the call for FingerLakes1.com…

South Seneca Lady Falcons vs Romulus Lady Warriors .::. FL1 Sports 1/19/17

The South Seneca and Romulus girls basketball programs have been the class of the Wayne-Finger Lakes in recent years. Both have captured New York State titles, Romulus in 2014 (Class D) and South Seneca in 2016 (Class C). Currently, the defending state champion Lady Falcons are ranked 1st in NYS in Class C by the New York State Sportswriters Association. The Lady Warriors are currently ranked 4th in Class D. Neighboring South Seneca and Romulus has always been an intense rivalry on the hardwood and that rivalry was renewed on Thursday night in Romulus. Dave Barnick and Kevin Korzeniewski have the call on FL1 Sports…

2016 NYCC Tip-Off Classic on FL1 Sports

FingerLakes1.com kicks off our 2016-17 Wayne-Finger Lakes High School Basketball coverage with a quadruple header from the New York Chiropractic College in Seneca Falls, NY on Saturday, November 26th. Brendan Harrington and Tane Robinson have the call for the first two games. Jim Sinicropi and Kevin Korzeniewski are in the booth for the two late games.

GAME 1: 12 PM – LYONS VS. SOUTHERN CAYUGA
GAME 2: 02 PM – NR-WOLCOTT VS. GENEVA
GAME 3: – WATERLOO VS. SOUTH SENECA
06 PM – CLYDE-SAVANNAH VS. MYNDERSE