The Pittsford Mendon senior recently signed to continue his career with the Big Red. The tight end was a three-year varsity player and helped lead the Panthers to three straight sectional finals.
The top boys and girls players in Section 5 have two hotly contested games in the Ronald McDonald House All-Star games Saturday at Gates Chii. The Red team wins each game.
These black belt athletes (members of the Rochester Taekwondo Club) were Jacob Fujimura (Sophomore at Fairport High School), Sarah Rosero (Junior at Pittsford Mendon High School), Spencer R. Rosero (ninth grade at Pittsford).
New York and Pennsylvania Boy Scouts are invited to test their speed and other skills in a pinewood derby while enjoying world class racing at The Glen.
Sydney Sarkis of Rochester won a bronze medal at the 2012 U.S. Gymnastics Open Championships in Lake Buena Vista, Florida.
The event took place May 31 through June 3 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Complex at the Walt Disney World Resort.
Sarkis finished the Level 8 All Around Competition with a total score of 37.475 out of a possible 40.
She also placed second at the NYS Gymnastics Championships hosted in Rochester in April, as well as second at the U.S. Regional Championships held in Maine in May of this year.
Organizers of the 13th Annual Lifetime Assistance Airport 5K and Walk sponsored by Wegmans said they know one thing for sure: this is a great chance to break personal bests for everybody.
The course, uniquely laid out on the private, general aviation runway 7-25 and taxiway F at the Greater Rochester International Airport, is ideal for runners and walkers. It's flat with no pot-holes, no curbs to step on or inadvertently appearing cars, aircraft or other vehicles for that matter, to avoid.
The Minnesota Twins named Gene Glynn manager of the Rochester Red Wings on Saturday. The 55-year-old Glynn was a professional scout for the Tampa Bay Rays in 2011.
Buffalo Sabres General Manager Darcy Regier announced Thursday that forward Zack Kassian has been recalled from the Rochester Americans of the American Hockey League.
Zack Kassian scored his third goal in as many games and Drew MacIntyre made a season-high 43 saves to help the Rochester Americans to a 2-1 win over the Grand Rapids Griffins tonight at The Blue Cross Arena. The victory was Rochester’s third straight and also marked the fourth in five games for the Amerks, who improve to 7-5-2-1 (17 points) and keeps them atop the AHL’s North Division.
MacIntyre made back-to-back starts for the time first time this season after sharing the crease with counterpart David Leggio through the first 14 games of the campaign.
The Rochester Americans were down by two goals heading into the third period but goals by Colin Stuart (third of the season) and Derek Whitmore (fourth of the season) narrowed the game and forced the game into overtime. Louis Leblanc scored his first professional goal in his first professional game to lead the Bulldogs to the win in overtime.
For the second straight day, the Rochester Americans needed more than 60 minutes to decide a hockey game and, for the second game in a row, lost in extra time while gaining a point. After a shootout loss to Hamilton on Friday night, the Amerks went to Toronto and suffered a 5-4 overtime defeat to the Marlies.
The Rochester Americans earned their third consecutive victory on Tuesday night by defeating the Syracuse Crunch, 3-2, in a shootout. The Amerks rallied with a late power-play goal with less than five minutes remaining and ultimately came out on top in the five-round shootout.
The Minnesota Twins announced today that manager Tom Nieto and hitting coach Floyd Rayford will not return for the 2012 season with the Minnesota Twins organization. Both Nieto and Rayford will not have their contracts renewed.
Marcos Ambrose missed his daughter’s first day of school. She probably won’t mind.
The snakebitten Ambrose, deprived more than once of a NASCAR victory, beat Brad Keselowski and Kyle Busch on a two-lap dash to the checkered flag Monday to win the rain-delayed Sprint Cup race at Watkins Glen International.
The Newark Pilots won the 2011 Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League (PGCBL)
Championship Series over the Amsterdam Mohawks with a sweep of their Thursday night double header at Shuttleworth Park.
After dropping Game 1 to the Mohawks 5-2 at Colburn Park, the Pilots took the final two games of the series 4-3 and 7-4 respectively to win the inaugural PGCBL crown in their first-ever season as team.
An injury limited Dan Groot to just three games of Major League Lacrosse in his first season. Now that he’s healthy, the Canandaigua native is looking to have a breakout year playing for the Rochester Rattlers.
The new owner of the Rochester Americans, Terry Pegula, give his vision and reasons for purchasing the Amerks to reunite the affiliation with the Buffalo Sabres that had lasted 29 years. "It wasn't about leaving Portland, it's all about arriving in Rochester," Pegula said.