SUN VIDEO: Lakers Defeat Rangers in First Round of Sectionals

GENESEO — The Geneseo-Livonia-Avon Lakers defeated the Spencerport Rangers 6-3. The 5th seeded Lakers peppered the 12th seeded Rangers with 48 shots on goal. Billy McDevitt set a team record with 5 assists on the night and Isaac Sweet had 19 saves. The Lakers started out slow falling behind 2 goals halfway into the first period. The were able to respond rattling off the next 5 goals. On Saturday the Lakers will travel to face Notre … [Read more...]

SUN VIDEO: Letchworth Defeats Cal-Mum for Girls Basketball LCAA Division II Title

  CALEDONIA — The Letchworth Indians defeated the Cal-Mum Raiders 35-33 for the Livingston County Athletic Association Division II Title. In a spectacular game Gillian Flint was able to tie the game 33-33 with a 3 point basket with :30 seconds left for the Raiders. The Julia Mertsock responded for the Indians with a bucket and :16 seconds left to win the game. The Raiders then turned the ball over on the inbounds sealing the victory … [Read more...]

Herzog and Cutting Named Genesee Valley Motors and Fratelli’s Athlete of the Week

GENESEO — The GeneseeSun.com has announced Livonia's Maddy Herzog and York's Clay Cutting as the Athlete of the Week. The two point guards each get a $50 gift card to Fratelli's courtesy of Genesee Valley Motors and Fratelli's. Herzog had a career high 27 points in their win over previously undefeated Letchworth and Cutting has led York to their 3rd number 1 seed in school history. … [Read more...]

SUN VIDEO: Cal-Mum Wins 13th of Season with Victory Over Warsaw

CALEDONIA — The Caledonia Mumford Raiders defeated the Warsaw Tigers  91-41. The Raiders were up 50-19 at the half. ​Ethan Pies scored 20 points and 10 rebounds and Rich Estes scored all 17 of his points in the second quarter. Also for the Raiders were Vin Molisani 13 points, Marcus Middleton  11 points, Kyle Raniewicz 10 points, and  Jon Boilard 10 points. CM is now 13-5 Warsaw is 5-14 … [Read more...]

SUN VIDEO: Nunda Boy Scout Troop Turns 100

NUNDA – Nunda's Boy Scout Troop celebrated its 100th birthday on Saturday. Started in 1916, just 6 years after the Boy Scouts was founded nationwide, Troop 4077 has carried on through the years recruiting young boys as responsible citizens. "It's a family is what it is," said Chris Elliott, Troop 4077 Scoutmaster. "Generally we work with the nuclear family, which is the current troop, but we have an extended family in the community that … [Read more...]

SUN SPORTS: Mitch Walton is Your Genesee Valley Motors and Fratelli’s Athlete of the Week

SUNROOM — The GeneseeSun.com is proud to announce the Genesee Valley Motors and Fratelli's athlete of the week as Mitch Walton. Walton, who goes to Geneseo Central school had a hockey game for the ages. Earlier this week during the Geneseo Livonia Avon Lakers game against the Greece Lightning Walton had a hat trick and 4 assists in their comeback victory. Watch the video to see what Walton earned. … [Read more...]

WATCH: GeneseeSun.com Releases Weekly ‘Sun Sports Show’

GENESEO — The GeneseeSun.com.com is proud to introduce the first ever weekly sports show brought to you by Genesee Valley Motors and Fratelli's. This is the first sportscast ever produced dedicated to Livingston County athletics. The weekly show will be released to the public Sunday mornings while in-season competition continues. The show will include videos from the week's games as well as an announcement of the player of the week, who … [Read more...]

BOYS BASKETBALL: Braves On The Rise With Big Win

CALEDONIA — The Avon Braves defeated the Cal-Mum Raiders 43-28 in both teams first league game of the season. For Avon, Connor Taylor led the Braves with 10 points. Aaron Ghent added 9 points and worked the boards for 22 rebounds. The game had a special meaning to the Avon community as family of Gloria McKeown, who recently passed away, were in the crowd wearing t-shirts that read 'I love Busia,' which in Polish means 'Grandma.' Her … [Read more...]

Pearl Harbor Day Touches Navy Vet at National Warplane Museum

GENESEO – On Dec. 7, 1941, a clear, tropical winter morning in Honolulu, Hawaii, young American sailors woke to the dull hum of foreign airplanes. Hundreds of fighters, bombers and torpedo planes with the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service descended on the harbor, raining thousands of bombs and torpedoes on non-combatant American ships and planes. Loss of life was extremely high. The next day, President Franklin Roosevelt declared war on … [Read more...]