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posticon Lansing Pool and Gyms Likely Closed For The Summer

Sports | Friday, April 13, 2018 | By Dan Veaner Print
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Lansing Superintendent of Schools Chris Pettograsso told the Board of Education Monday that the Lansing High School pool is likely to be closed for yet another summer.  After years of remediating what may have been shoddy work, the pool was finally reopened last August.  But Pettograsso says that a new construction project may force the pool to be closed for the summer, even though no work is being done on the pool itself.

"Again, we're worried about our pool being open for the summer, which was a big disappointment for us," she said. "It was the one thing we wanted to make sure of, because it's been a couple of years since we've been able to offer summer programming in-house."

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posticon Tompkins Girls Hockey Assn Sending 3 Teams States

Sports | Friday, March 02, 2018 | By CJ DelVecchio Print
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hockey1The Tompkins Girls Hockey Association is sending three of their four teams to compete in the upcoming NY State Hockey Tournament in Amherst, NY on March 9th through the 11th, 2018. The three teams participating are the 12-and-under (12U), 14- and-under (14U) and 16-and-under (16U) girls. Winners at each age level will advance to the National Tournament this year in Massachusetts later in March 2018. Of particular note:

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posticon Cornell Dining Will Feed Hungry Fans At Big Red Games

Sports | Friday, March 02, 2018 | By Cornell University Print
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cornell Touchdown the Bear at Cornell Concessions in Bartels Hall

Cornell Dining is now responsible for concession operations at Cornell Athletics facilities, and Cornell Catering will manage events at Moakley House, the clubhouse at Cornell University's Robert Trent Jones Golf Course. Cornell Concessions began serving hungry Big Red fans at this past weekend's men's basketball and women's ice hockey games in Bartels Hall and Lynah Rink, there was a selection of snacks and drinks at Schoellkopf Field for the men's lacrosse home opener, and Cornell Catering will be operating at Moakley House beginning March 1st and opening the clubhouse on April 1st.

Cornell Catering is a unit of Cornell Dining, part of Cornell University's Division of Student & Campus Life. "What a great opportunity to team up with our divisional partners in Cornell Athletics," says Dustin Cutler, director of Cornell Dining, "and a chance to show off Catering at its best." Cornell Catering offers formal banquets for thousands, elegant weddings for hundreds, or intimate dinners for a few.

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posticon Bobcat Basketball Ends Regular Season With a Win and a Loss

Sports | Friday, February 16, 2018 | By Randy McDonald Print
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basketball Waldman at the line against TburgWaldman at the line against Trumansburg

The Lansing Bobcat boys varsity basketball closed out the regular season with two road games, losing to the Union Springs Wolves Tuesday, February 6th and winning against the Trumansburg Blue Raiders on Friday February 9th.

In the Tuesday game in Union Springs, Luke Winslow controlled the tip off, and Langston Hopkins opened the Lansing scoring with a jump shot. The Wolves were able to answer off an offensive rebound, and applied strong defensive pressure with a press and 2-3 zone, keeping the Lansing scorers uncomfortable all night. A 9-0 U.S. run would bring a Lansing time out with 3 minutes expired in the first quarter. A subsequent Winslow 3 pointer would allow the Bobcats to gain some ground, now down 9-5.

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posticon Basketball Bobcats Mixed Week vs. Whitney Point and Dryden

Sports | Friday, February 02, 2018 | By Randy McDonald Print
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basketball Miller LaBar pass to Winslow against WPMiller LaBar pass to Winslow against Whitney Point. Photo by Christine Rebera

The Lansing Bobcat boys varsity basketball had a mixed week, with a home win against the Whitney Point Eagles on Friday, January 26th and a home loss against the Dryden Purple Lions on Tuesday, January 30th.

In last Friday’s game, Whitney point won the tip off, but Langston Hopkins was able to control the ball for Lansing. A Griffin Nelson 3 pointer on a subsequent possession would start the Lansing scoring with a Hopkins 3 building the lead to 6-2. Whitney Point’s big man was a force on the boards, but Lansing was able to continue their hot shooting, leading by as many as 15 points with a minute left in the frame.

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posticon Basketball Bobcats Defeat Marathon and Trumansburg

Sports | Friday, January 26, 2018 | By Randy McDonald Print
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basketball Miller LaBar layup against MarathonMiller LaBar layup against Marathon

The Lansing Bobcat boys varsity basketball had another good week, with wins against the Marathon Olympians on Friday, January 19th and against the Trumansburg Blue Raiders on Monday, January 22nd.

In last Friday's game, Marathon took the tip off, and quickly put a layup in for the first points of the contest. Joe Miller-LaBar would open the Lansing scoring by sinking 2 from the charity stripe shortly after. Lansing's defensive pressure yielded a couple steals, but the team was not able to convert them into points. After an easy Marathon layup, the Bobcats called a time out with 5:14 to go, down 8-4. Luke Winslow was able to hit two 3 pointers to close the quarter, with the last one giving Lansing their first lead, 12-11.

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posticon Successful Week for Bobcats Basketball

Sports | Friday, January 19, 2018 | By Randy McDonald Print
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basketball Waldman jumper vs S CayugaWaldman Jumper vs S Cayuga

The Lansing Bobcat boys varsity basketball had a successful week, with wins against the Southern Cayuga Chiefs on Friday, January 12th and against the Edison Spartans on Tuesday, January 16th.

In Friday’s game, Southern Cayuga controlled the tip off, and was able to put in the first points of the night with a 3 pointer. Lansing’s artillery was somewhat off the mark, with 3 minutes elapsing before Joe Miller-LaBar’s 3 pointer would crack the ice for the Bobcats. A steal and layup by Miller-LaBar would close the 1st quarter, with Lansing up by a score of 10-8. In the 2nd quarter, Ethan Burt put in the first Bobcat bucket with a 3 point shot and Langston Hopkins got in the scorebook with a nicely executed pick & roll to the hoop. The Chiefs stayed within striking distance however, and the first half would end with Lansing holding a 26-20 lead.

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posticon Bobcat Boys Varsity Basketball Defeats Groton

Sports | Friday, January 12, 2018 | By Randy McDonald Print
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basketball Winslow free throw at Groton

The Lansing Bobcat boys varsity basketball game against the Trumansburg Blue Raiders was postponed due to school closings on Friday January 5th, but they traveled to Groton for a match against the Indians on January 9th.

Groton won the tip, but Lansing opened the scoring with a Garrett Bell bucket off a nice Griffin Nelson pass. Luke Winslow hit the first 3 pointer of the game, the first of many, but the Indians were able to answer with one of their own. Groton struggled with the Lansing pressure, and with 2:30 minutes to go in the first, the Indians called their first timeout, down 16-6. The Bobcat success would continue, ending the first quarter with a sizeable lead, 22-8.

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posticon Bobcats Basketball December Play, January Win

Sports | Friday, January 05, 2018 | By Randy McDonald Print
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basketball Lansing SVE tipoff at WGLansing SVE tipoff at Watkins Glen

The Lansing Bobcat boys varsity basketball team struggled a bit to close out 2017, with 3 losses against Newark Valley, Dryden, and Moravia entering the holiday break.

On Friday, December 15th, the Bobcats traveled to Newark Valley to face the Cardinals. Garrett Bell opened the scoring with a 3 pointer, and Griffin Nelson added a nice floater to give Lansing a quick 5-0 lead, but NV came back with 6 points of their own. Luke Winslow tied the game with a foul shot, but some sloppy defense allowed NV to build a 20-8 lead. The Bobcats battled back though, with a Winslow 3 pointer bringing the score to 22-19 Newark Valley at the end of the 1st quarter. In the 2nd quarter, both teams traded buckets through most of the frame. Some misses from the charity stripe could have helped the Bobcats, but in spite of that, they were still able to gain a 35-33 Lansing lead on a Langston Hopkins drive just before the half time buzzer.

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posticon Bobcat Boys Varsity Basketball Defeats Whitney Point

Sports | Friday, December 15, 2017 | By Randy McDonald Print
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Lansing Bobcats Varsity BasketballPhoto by Glenna Miller

The Lansing Bobcat boys varsity basketball team pulled off an incredible come-from-behind win against Whitney Point, on the Eagles home court, on Tuesday December 12th.

The first half belonged to Whitney Point, with the Eagles opening the scoring. Our Bobcats were getting some decent looks, in spite of WP's 6'7" junior center clogging up the middle, but the ball just wouldn't fall. On the other end of the court, the Eagles had little difficulty scoring, and the 1st quarter ended with the Bobcats down 15-2. Luke Winslow opened the 2nd frame with a nice 3 pointer, but the Lansing squad struggled to close the deficit. The Eagles center got the crowd fired up with a dunk off a missed layup part way through the quarter, and the Bobcats finished the first half down 33-15.

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posticon Bobcat Boys Varsity Basketball 1 and 1

Sports | Friday, December 08, 2017 | By Randy McDonald and Ron Babuka Print
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basketball Lansing END tipoff 01Dec

The Lansing Bobcat boys varsity basketball team split their first two home games of the season last week, with a win against Union Springs on November 28th and a loss against Elmira Notre Dame on December 1st.

In their first contest of the week, both teams focused on perimeter shootings in the first quarter, with a 'drive and dump to the outside' approach.  Both teams somewhat struggled with shooting accuracy, however, with Lansing going 0-7 to start.  Luke Winslow scored the  first points of the game and season with a driving lay-up between two defenders. The Bobcats finished the quarter down 7-12. In the 2nd frame, Lansing used tough defense to force several turnovers, narrowing their deficit to 15-20 at half time.

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posticon Lansing Athletics Hall of Fame - Tom Neubert

Sports | Friday, December 01, 2017 | By Geoff Wright Print
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hof neubert plaqueTOM NEUBERT (1992) Inducted – 2017
Nominated by and plaque presented by two-time NY State Champion, Coach Stuart Dean

Tom Neubert was a 5 time letter winner for Lansing, earning three in football and two in baseball. Nuebert helped Lansing to a three year record of 21-5-1 on the gridiron and a 61-14 record on the baseball diamond.

In football, Neubert was a two-time 1st Team IAC All-Star, while guiding Lansing to an IAC Division title his senior year.

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posticon Lansing Athletics Hall of Fame - Danielle Smith

Sports | Friday, December 01, 2017 | By Geoff Wright Print
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hof smith plaque200DANIELLE SMITH (1993) Inducted – 2017
Nominated by and plaque presented by Richard Smith

Danielle was a 5 year letter winner for the Lansing Girls Swimming and Diving Team and she helped them record 5 I A C Championships, as well as 5 Class "C" Section IV titles.

She still holds 4 IAC records, 4 Lansing school records and one Section IV record.

During her varsity career at Lansing, she set 103 swimming records.

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