The Wayne County league dominates the 2020 Section V Class C2 Girls Semifinal Doubleheader at Canandaigua High School. First, the Red Creek Rams square off against the Keshequa Indians. Then, the Route 31 Rivalry is renewed in the postseason as the Lyons Lions battle the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles for a trip to the Sectional Finals. Jim Sinicropi & Rhett Ticconi have the call for FL1 Sports in a broadcast that originally aired live on FingerLakes1.com Radio.
In one of the biggest rivalry games in Section V boys basketball, the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles head west on Route 31 to take on the Lyons Lions at the Atwood Gymnasium on Thursday night. Jim Sinicropi and Rhett Ticconi have the call for FL1 Sports.
On Opening Night for Wayne-Finger Lakes High School Basketball, FL1 Sports is in Clyde for a crossover border battle between the Mynderse Academy Blue Devils and the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles. Jim Sinicropi and Kevin Sharp have the call from courtside at Clyde-Savannah High School in FingerLakes1.com’s first live stream of the 2018-19 season.
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When basketball fans learned that Clyde-Savannah would drop from Class C2 to Class D1 this season, many assumed a Sectional title would be a given. After winning the Wayne County League for a second consecutive season, the Golden Eagles turned their sites towards sectionals, and a trip to the Blue Cross Arena. Waiting for C-S, was a surprising Finger Lakes West squad, the Honeoye Bulldogs who boasted two 1,000 point scorers and had their eyes on an upset after jumping out to a 13-8 lead at the outset of Saturday’s Section V Class D1 Championship Game.