FingerLakes1.com’s award winning live coverage of Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball returns on Saturday with a quadruple-header in the “Spo Center” for day two of the Waterloo Hall of Fame Classic. FL1 Sports goes live for the 2017-18 season webcast schedule opener at 2:30 pm as the defending Section V Class B Champion Mynderse Blue Devils face the defending Finger Lakes East Champion Marcus Whitman Wildcats. That game will be followed by the tournament’s consolation game featuring Lyons vs tournament host Waterloo. Then, the championship game between Geneva and Weedsport will tip-off about 6:00 pm. Finally, the nightcap will feature the Newark Reds against the Jamesville-Dewitt Red Rams who are coached by Waterloo alum Jeff Ike.
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Jim Sinicropi, Mike Alessio and Dennis Leahy had the call on Saturday from the “Spo” Center in Waterloo as FL1 Sports presents the 2016 Hall of Fame Classic, a triple-header of high school basketball. The first game featured the Newark Reds vs. Jamesville-Dewitt followed by the tournament consolation game between the Waterloo Indians and the Penn Yan Mustangs. The championship game was contested between the Lyons Lions and the Weedsport Warriors.