It may have been a long, bitterly cold winter, but the action on the hardcourt in the Wayne-Finger Lakes basketball leagues was hotter than ever and the Upstate Hoops Podcast and FL1 Sports has been there every step of the way with 27 live game webcasts, countless interviews and features, and extensive nightly score recaps all season long culminating with our coverage of Championship Weekend at the Blue Cross Arena. On Sunday morning, Jim Sinicropi, Matt Verkey, Dave Barnick, Kevin Korzeniewski and Lyons Lions’ head coach Zac Young look back at it all and recap all the postseason action, discuss Lyons’ run to the state final four for the first time since 1997, pay tribute to Jerry Anderson’s Mynderse Lady Blue Devils for their sectional title and take a look ahead to next season. Stay tuned at the end of this episode for a special video compilation of this season’s most memorable moments.
The semifinals in Section V basketball are here and Ted Baker helps Jim Sinicropi and Matt Verkey break down all the action in the girls brackets before we take you through all the match-ups in the boys brackets with 11 Wayne-Finger Lakes teams still in action.
Recap an eventful week in Wayne-Finger Lakes Section V varsity basketball as the three leagues come down to the final week and a half of the regular season. We discuss this year’s coach of the year candidates and reveal our updates W-FL Power Rankings and Girls Super Six.
A full mid-season roundtable discussion on a special extended Sunday morning edition of the Upstate Hoops Podcast featuring FL1 Sports’ Matt Verkey, Mike Alessio, Kevin Korzeniewski and Jim Sinicropi. Topics include evaluations of all the W-FL teams as the season hits the mid-way point and the announcement of the newly updated FL1 Sports Wayne-Finger Lakes Power Rankings and Girls Super Six. Can Red Creek capture the Wayne County title for the first time in school history? Can Pal-Mac, Penn Yan or Mynderse mount a challenge to Newark in the Finger Lakes East? Will the Big Green Machine of Naples be able to fend off Dundee in the West?