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The Dansville Online
  • Athletes, techies honored

  • Congratulations to Evan Englert in boys’ basketball and Carly Miceli in cheerleading who were selected to participate in the Ronald McDonald game on Saturday, March 24, at 3 p.m. in Gates Chili. This event selects outstanding Section V athletes from the area to participate in a game with all proceeds benefiting the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester.

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  • This is a great deal of good news to celebrate in Wayland-Cohocton this week.
    Congratulations to Evan Englert in boys’ basketball and Carly Miceli in cheerleading who were selected to participate in the Ronald McDonald game on Saturday, March 24, at 3 p.m. in Gates Chili. This event selects outstanding Section V athletes from the area to participate in a game with all proceeds benefiting the Ronald McDonald House in Rochester.
    Both Wayland–Cohocton elementary schools returned from the recent PageTurners competition having represented the maroon and goal proudly. Wayland Elementary came home with the first place finish and Cohocton earned the second place finish. Great job kids on reading some great literature and answering some tough questions. The Wayland team will now begin preparing for regional competition.
    Congratulations to the Golden Eagle Winter Athletic All Stars:
    Swimming Devin Cooley, Don Martell, Sean Pebbles, Brandon Schneider.
    Wrestling Tyler Hamsher, Jordan Rizzieri, Levi Wormuth.
    Boys’ basketball Evan Englert, Dean Bembower, Tyler Thielges.
    Girls’ basketball Diane Cork.
    Cheerleading Marki Hough, Kelsey Hensley, Marissa O’Neal, Danielle Trautman.
    If you are sticking around town during the spring recess here’s a great opportunity for the family: Elise Meldrum, through continuing education, will be hosting an open swim over the break. There will be an open lane for lap swimmers as well. The cost is $3 per swimmer. If a family (related members) has three or members the cost is $2 for each swimmer. Non-swimmers must have an adult in the water with them and kids 12 and under must be accompanied by an adult in the pool area. The dates and times for the swim are as follows: 1-4 p.m. Tuesday, April 10; 1-4 p.m. Thursday, April 12; and 9 a.m. to noon Saturday, April 14.
    Time to start that spring cleaning! Wayland–Cohocton will host the fifth annual Electronics Recycling Day on Saturday, April 14, from 9 a.m. to noon at the Wayland campus bus garage. This event is open to the local area communities, businesses and homes and is free. Bring your old electronics including: computers, monitors, keyboards, laptops, mice, PDAs, cell phones, other phones, printers, copiers, faxes, scanners, stereo equipment, radios, VCR and DVD palyers, cameras, camcorders and projectors of any types, vacuum sweepers, toasters, coffee makers and televisions. Sponsored by REACT (Recycling Electronics and Computer Technologies) of Elmira and the IT Department at Wayland–Cohocton. If you have questions, contact Lynn Siciliano at 585-728-2366 ext. 3456 or by email at lsiciliano@wccsk12.org.
    Recently, Wayland-Cohocton High School students participated in the annual Tech Wars competition. While they did not receive any awards, the group placed sixth out of 40 teams for the trebuchet; fifth and sixth place out of 35 in the bridges competition; and sixth and eighth place out of 50 in the CO2 car races. (Awards were given out for the top three places). Participating in the event were:
    Page 2 of 2 - Bridge builders Zac Glantz, Dave Lucas, Don Martell, Rick Mattison, Brandon Mehlenbacher, Jacob Mueller, Dakota Price, Ian Van Scooter, Jacob Wormuth, Levi Wormuth, Marshall Kramer.
    Trebuche Devin Cooley, Dylan Shaffer.
    CO2 Racers Brandon Schneider, Mike Murphy and Kyle Adams.

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