In boys basketball, in a game you heard on WFLR, Penn Yan pounded Waterloo, 62-32; elsewhere, Mynderse topped Midlakes, 68-46; Wayne bested Pal-Mac, 61-40; Marcus Whitman eked by Bloomfield, 54-52; Romulus downed Dundee, 56-40; Naples edged Red Jacket, 68-65; Victor got by Penfield, 64-61; Canandaigua nipped Pittsford Mendon, 52-50; Hannibal upended North Rose-Wolcott, 59-41; Port Byron beat LaFayette, 64-58; Weedsport pounded Pulaski, 91-55; and Jordan-Elbridge mauled Mexico, 60-27. More action on tap for today as Penn Yan hosts Mynderse on WFLR; also, Syracuse is at Pitt at 4 on Finger Lakes News Radio.
On the girls’ side; Jamesville-Dewitt annhilated Auburn, 85-28; Onondaga tripped up Cato-Meridian, 43-38; Penfield pasted Victor, 56-28; Midlakes took out Mynderse, 64-48; Pal-Mac whipped Wayne, 46-29; Penn Yan over Waterloo, 54-37; and Lyons dumped North Rose-Wolcott, 48-36.
In high school hockey, in a game you heard on WAUB, Victor all over Auburn, 8-2; and Canandaigua doubled up Geneseo, 6-3.
In college basketball, Hobart knocked off Ithaca, 99-89; while William Smith fell to Ithaca, 68-53.
In college hockey, Hobart blanked New England College, 2-0; while in the AHL, Toronto shutout Rochester, 2-0; and the Crunch blasted Belleville, 5-2.
Buffalo Bills center Eric Wood will retire from the NFL, due to a neck injury discovered at his year-end physical. The 31-year-old will make a formal announcement Monday at One Bills Drive, ending his 9-year pro career.