Tuesday’s W-FL Scoreboard: Penn Yan routs Waterloo

A full slate of games were on tap Tuesday night on the eve of a potentially major winter storm in the Finger Lakes. One of the more anticipated games of the night featured Penn Yan visiting Waterloo. The Mustangs have been pegged to be among the front runners in the Finger Lakes East this season and many have cited Waterloo to make a run in the league behind the emergence of junior big man Ben Deming. Penn Yan ended up leaving Waterloo with a 19 point win. Also on Tuesday night, all-everything Jake Slobe of Red Creek dropped 34 points on Sodus in a surprising result in Wayne County. Full results below.FINGER LAKES EASTNewark 72 Wayne 40 NEW – (2-0) Shamar Logins 17; Brad Clements 13WYN – (0-1) Adam Bentivegna 17Penn Yan 62 Waterloo 43 PY – (2-0) Ben Covert 18; Tanner Irwin 15; Sean Emerson 10WAT – (0-2) Palmyra-Macedon 71 Midlakes 50 PM – (2-0)MID – (0-2) FINGER LAKES WESTRed Jacket 59 Honeoye 57 RJK – (1-0) Glenn Austin 18, 13 reb; Daniel Calasurdo 15, 9 stlHON – (0-3) Jake Soliday 15; Cole Loomis 14WAYNE COUNTYSodus 49 Red Creek 71 SOD – (0-1) RonDerrick Morris 17RCK – (1-0) Jake Slobe 34In case you missed it…South Seneca head basketball coach Dan Lent and Dundee head coach Les Miller were live in the FingerLakes1.com studio on Sunday night as guests on the Upstate Hoops Podcast to help preview the Finger Lakes West boys varsity basketball league in 2014-15. Also, a recap of Saturday’s triple-header in Victor and the reveal of the updated Wayne-Finger Lakes Power Rankings.Coming up on Friday night…Join the FL1 Sports team for a live girls-boys doubleheader from Seneca Falls as the Waterloo Indians face the Mynderse Blue Devils. The girls game tips at 6 pm with the boys to follow at 7:30 pm. Catch all the action live on FingerLakes1.TV and YouTube.

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