Dansville, Keshequa and Way-Co's varsity sports for this weekend.
After a dominant career at Dansville, Kate and Sarah Mosca will continue their careers at Division I Marist College.
Dansville varsity cheerleaders have been extremely busy this fall and winter season.
They are entering winter with an undefeated season behind them as well as fundraising to help with trip to nationals in March. The team plans to travel to Virginia Beach to compete for a National title.
The Dansville matmen picked up a tight win to start their season on Nov. 29. Coach Jack Cook was pleased with the team's effort in the first match of the season.
The Dansville girls basketball team took the wraps off of their 2012-13 season at the Geneseo Tournament on Nov. 29 as they tangled with one of the top teams in Section V.
In high school boys swimming action at Tuesday, York came to Dansville and tripped up the Mustangs in a 54-48 contest as Dansville opened their 2012-13 season on the short side.
Dansville Rotary Club is set for the annual Rotary Club Tip-Off Basketball Tournament. The event is set to unfold Thursday through Saturday, Dec. 6-8, at Dansville High School’s gymnasium.
Two Dansville twins did their thing in the pool on at Ithaca College on Saturday as Section V came home with tne New York State Girls Swimming Title for the first time since 2007.
Trevor White scored both Dansville goals, including the game-winner with 4:10 left in the second overtime period, as No. 14 Dansville upset No. 3 Hornell for a 2-1 victory in the Section V, Class B opening round at Maple City Park.
The 10-foot-tall white horse that stood in front of the high school gym for the last 10 years is missing, or is it? It’s actually been at Dansville Collision getting painted black with red trim. After 10 years out in the weather, the paint was getting faded and the white vinyl fence had been repaired a few times.
Baldwin accounts for 3 TDs for Wellsville
Luke Morgan and James Cipriano both eclipsed the 100-yard rushing mark, Richie Harkenrider tossed three touchdown passes and ran for another as the Hornell football Red Raiders rolled to a 59-0 shutout, Friday evening at Ralph Clements Field in Dansville.
Wellsville could not have imagined a worse start to its Homecoming game, but when all was said and done no player could keep from smiling.
Dusty Baldwin ran for a pair of 1-yard touchdowns in the second half and also threw for a score as Wellsville rallied for a 22-13 Homecoming victory over Dansville Friday night to snap a three-game losing streak.
Friday night was homecoming in Caledonia and Dansville were called upon to join the party. But the Mustangs didn't make it easy for the Red Raiders. Cal-Mum wound up with a 42-25 victory to earn their fourth victory in as many outings.
After jumping out to a 14-0, first-quarter advantage, the Mustangs held on for a dramatic 22-14 Homecoming victory over the Bishop Kearney Kings, Friday evening at Ralph Clements Field in Dansville.
Dansville girls’ soccer coach Arin Belden is seeing some fruits of her labor, along with the hard work of many other youth program coaches. The Dansville Summer Soccer Camps were the week of Aug. 6-10.
There are few people who are more excited about the start of cross-country season than Dansville coach Lynn Auble, who gave an overview of what to expect of the Mustang boys and girls.
Since Warsaw graduate Arin Belden took over the Dansville girls’ soccer program, people knew that building success is a tough task, especially in Livingston County Division 1. The question about the 2012 campaign, is whether this could be the year for the Lady Mustangs. Despite posting a deceptive 4-10-2 record a year ago, the Dansville girls were competitive and surprised a number of their opponents with the great heart with which they played.
It’s hard to gear what is a good season in Livingston County Division I when it comes to football. Many people will agree because of the caliber of teams that suit up in that conference. From the Dansville Mustangs standpoint, maybe last year was a sub-par season, but here in 2012 with numbers, youth and other factors entering the picture, its tough to get a gauge on what will transpire this fall.