The Romulus High School Class of 2020 will graduate on Saturday, July 11th during the school’s Commencement Ceremony in Romulus at 2 pm on Saturday. Due to the current pandemic, the ceremony will be streamed live on FingerLakes1.com and you can watch in the player below during, or after, the ceremony. Congratulations to the Romulus Class of 2020!
One of the best local rivalries in girls high school basketball renews on Wednesday night in Ovid as the Romulus Warriors invade the Jack Guinan Gymnasium to take on the South Seneca Falcons. Both programs have brought state championships back to the south end of Seneca County in the past decade and try to enter this year’s Sectional playoffs with momentum. Dave Barnick has the call for FL1 Sports.
One of the fiercest rivalries in Wayne-Finger Lakes high school basketball is renewed on Tuesday night as the South Seneca Lady Falcons visit the Romulus Lady Warriors for their second match-up of the season. South Seneca enters the game on an 8-game winning streak while Romulus has won 4-in-a-row. Dave Barnick and Mike Alessio have the call for FL1 Sports at 7:30 pm…
In the second night of our South End Rivalry Showdown, the Romulus Warriors boys basketball team invades the Jack Guinan Gymnasium in Ovid to face the South Seneca Falcons in a Finger Lakes West match-up on FL1 Sports. The original mouth of the south Dave Barnick and Jason Hunt have the call for FingerLakes1.com…
The South Seneca and Romulus girls basketball programs have been the class of the Wayne-Finger Lakes in recent years. Both have captured New York State titles, Romulus in 2014 (Class D) and South Seneca in 2016 (Class C). Currently, the defending state champion Lady Falcons are ranked 1st in NYS in Class C by the New York State Sportswriters Association. The Lady Warriors are currently ranked 4th in Class D. Neighboring South Seneca and Romulus has always been an intense rivalry on the hardwood and that rivalry was renewed on Thursday night in Romulus. Dave Barnick and Kevin Korzeniewski have the call on FL1 Sports…
Matt Verkey, Dave Barnick and Jim Sinicropi look at all the remaining match-ups in the boys and girls Section V brackets and talk about some of the scheduling and logistical issues facing Section V officials with such a large geographical footprint.
Not only is Jim Spina the Town of Seneca Falls Recreation Director, he is also the biggest Clemson football fan in the Seneca Falls-Waterloo area. Jim previews Monday night’s National Championship Game between Clemson and Alabama with the Web Dog.
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.
During our final episode of the season, we talk about all the Sectional Championship action from the past weekend, talk about the best moments of the year, and wish the Clyde-Savannah Golden Eagles and the Romulus Lady Warriors good luck as they head into states.
Seneca Falls Parks & Recreation Director Jim Spina is in-studio to talk Syracuse basketball, local high school basketball, and about the many volunteers and staff that provide so many programs for the youth of our community.
Romulus girls basketball standouts Olivia Brandow & Jessica Rhone are live in the FingerLakes1.com Studio along with their head coach Damon Nicholson to talk about their undefeated season, league championship, and look ahead to Sectionals.