Crosstown rivals meet at Arthur L. Baker Gymnasium in Seneca Falls for a doubleheader of high school basketball on Tuesday night. First, the Waterloo Lady Indians take on the Mynderse Lady Blue Devils at 6:00 pm followed by the Waterloo boys versus the Blue Devil boys. Dave Barnick and Kevin Korzeniewski have the call for FL1 Sports.
Hi I’m Hannah Goldberg and for the past several weeks, as part of my internship at FingerLakes1.com, I have been working to produce this special podcast series called “The High School Experience.” In this series, I interview high school students and teachers to highlight achievements, interests, and different perspectives of high school life Please check out all 5 short conversations for insight into the high school experience for students in 2019.
I want to thank everyone who helped make this series possible: Jessica Taylor, Katie Wright, Victoria McCusker, Sean Green, Matt Barkee, Kate Remick, Rachel Hallock, Karen Sanchez, Murphy John, Olivia Morse, Lisa Chase, Joel Kraft, Kimberly Fish, Jillian Panek, Shae McConnell, Griffin Herron, and a special thanks to FingerLakes1.com, Inc. President Jim Sinicropi.
The amazing story of how Waterloo became known near and far as “the place the whale burned” in the late 1800’s. A mammoth whale that was captured by Captain Nickerson off the coast of Cape Cod in 1888 was embalmed and taken on a tour of northeastern America. That is, until the whale was brought to Seneca Falls and Waterloo in northern Seneca County in 1891. Seneca County Historian Walter Gable explains in this edition of Our Finger Lakes History.
After winning their first Sectional Title since 2019, four captains and head coach Kierstyn DeCory are in-studio to talk about their successful 2019 season. Morgan Kapp, Jordan Colegrove, Jillian Panek and Emma Smithers will be live on the FL1 Sports Podcast.
The Newark Reds invade Waterloo High School looking for revenge against the Indians boys varsity basketball team after Waterloo defeated the Reds in their last meeting in December. The two Finger Lakes East rivals are also sitting at 2nd and 3rd place in the Section V Class B1 standings. Also, full Senior Night festivities and a special honor for legendary Newark coach Ron Ceravolo. Jim Sinicropi and Tane Robinson have the call for FL1 Sports.
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.
On this week’s Upstate Hoops Podcast we welcome Mynderse seniors Darren Miller & Madison Barnett along with Waterloo senior Derek Slywka & junior Jillian Panek in-studio to talk about the upcoming Varsity Night Doubleheader in Waterloo on Thursday night along with their thoughts and goals for the season.
A triple-header or early season high school basketball on FingerLakes1.com at the 2018 Waterloo Hall of Fame Classic. Three Wayne-Finger Lakes squads square off against Section V opponents at the “Spo Center” at Waterloo High School. Join Jim Sinicropi, Mike Alessio and Rhett Ticconi for a full evening of local high school basketball on FL1 Sports.
Game 1: Lyons Lions vs. Wilson Wildcasts (4:00 pm)
Game 2: Geneva Panthers vs. Penfield Chiefs (6:00 pm)
Game 3: Waterloo Indians vs. Greece-Olympia Spartans (7:30 pm)
Learn about the fascinating history of one of the oldest trees in the Finger Lakes, the Scythe Tree in Waterloo.
In 1861, according to the plaque at the foot of the tree, “James Wyman Johnson came from the fields one morning, hung his scythe in the crotch of a small cottonwood tree, and said, ‘Leave the scythe in the tree until I return’.” Then Johnson went off to fight for the Union in the Civil War.
The is the second in an ongoing series of historic places in the Finger Lakes by Seneca County Historian Walter Gable.