This week Kenny Haas lets Rick Pitino have it, is cautiously optimistic about the Buffalo Bills 3-1 start, and talks about the success of several local high school teams. Also, congratulations to the new superintendent of schools in Bloomfield and happy retirement to outgoing super Mike Midey.
On this week’s edition of Kenny’s 2 Pennies, Ken Haas is not happy with NFL players who disrespected the national anthem, especially the Buffalo Bills players who participated in the protest. Also, a shout out to the Waterloo girls volleyball team, Anthony Weiner is going to jail and comments on the lawsuit between two Seneca Falls Town Councilmen.
Ken Haas returns for a tenth season of opinions, rants and hot takes. This week he looks at Syracuse football’s next opponent, the changes in place for the Buffalo Bills 2017 campaign, the state of Mynderse and Waterloo’s football teams, and a farewell to his longtime optometrist.
Crosstown rivals Mynderse Academy and Waterloo face off in a Varsity Night girls-boys doubleheader in Seneca Falls on FingerLakes1.TV. It is also Senior Night for the Mynderse girls and boys programs with a special presentation between the two games. Dave Barnick and Kevin Korzeniewski have the call from Arthur L. Baker Gymnasium for FL1 Sports.