The cross-town rivalry between Waterloo and Mynderse is renewed on Friday night as the Indians and Blue Devils girls and boys basketball teams square off in a Varsity Night doubleheader in Seneca Falls. The Waterloo and Mynderse girls are jockeying for position in Section V Class B2 with the postseason just 3 weeks away. Meanwhile, the Waterloo boys go for their first win in Arthur L. Baker gymnasium in 13 years. Jim Sinicropi and Rhett Ticconi have the call for FL1 Sports.
Put your holiday planning on hold because the hot ticket is at Waterloo High School this evening as the Mynderse Academy girls & boys basketball teams take on Waterloo in a varsity night doubleheader and the best seat in the house is in front of your internet enabled television, your tablet, phone or desktop computer watch FL1 Sports live stream. The Mynderse and Waterloo girls team renew their rivalry at 6:00 pm followed by the boys at 7:45 pm. The Mynderse boys have defeated Waterloo 22 consecutive times dating back to 2007 but Waterloo is riding high after a big win at Newark on Tuesday. Dave Barnick, Mike Alessio and Nick Sciotti will have the call from inside the “Spo” Center on FingerLakes1.com.
A match-up between a pair of defending Sectional Champions on Monday night in Arthur L. Baker Gymnasium in Seneca Falls as the South Seneca Lady Falcons take on the Mynderse Academy Lady Blue Devils. Jim Sinicropi and Mike Alessio have the call for FL1 Sports.
Mynderse girls varsity basketball coach Jerry Anderson in-studio along with his son, Devin Anderson, a sophomore on the Mynderse boys varsity team. A recap of the big games of the week, look at the standings in the three Wayne-Finger Lakes leagues, preview of next week’s match-ups, and the new FL1 Sports Girls Super Six and Boys Power Rankings.