The third time looks to be the charm for the boys’ basketball game between Lansing and host Southern Cayuga.
The game, originally scheduled for Jan. 18, was postponed because Bobcats coach Adam Heck had to be in Indianapolis last week for the National Soccer Coaches Association of America annual convention. Heck was named state and regional coach of the year and, as a finalist for national coach of the year, was asked to attend.
The game was rescheduled for this past Wednesday, but due to exams the game was pushed back to Saturday. But a conflict with another function at Southern Cayuga forced the third switch; the game is now scheduled for a 5:30 p.m. JV start on Monday in Poplar Ridge.
Lansing, ranked 17th in the state, was 9-2 heading into Friday night’s game with Groton. The Chiefs were 5-6 prior to their game at Trumansburg on Friday night.
* Candor 42, Trumansburg 12: Dylan Hartman (132) and Caleb Nichols (152) won by fall on Thursday to lead the Indians in an Interscholastic Athletic Conference dual. Candor got all of its other points via forfeit. Spencer Sappington (170) was T-burg’s lone winner on the mat, pinning Isaak Quick in 1 minute, 47 seconds.
* Watkins Glen 57, Odessa-Montour 22: Mike Brown (220), Ian Chedzoy (160) and Josh Burge (170) scored victories to lift the Senecas. The home team got victories on the mat from Joe Rorick (106), Tyler Dupuy (120), Billy Bacon (126), Adam Gifford (132) and Michael Fraboni (138).