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 The 1420 WACK Morning Program

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ON TOMORROW’S SHOW:

Grab your favorite morning beverage, turn up your radio,

and enjoy music-memory favorites

from the libraries of 1420 WACK and host Dean Amsler!!

- plus, all the local  news and information you

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 The 5-DAY LOCAL WEATHER FORECAST

from WROC-TV 8 Meterologist Matt Jones

TODAY:  Snow showers and turning colder. An inch or to by evening.
HIGH: 32

TONIGHT:  Lake snow showers. Another coating to an inch or two.
LOW:  17

SATURDAY:  Cold! With flurries over to afternoon sun.
HIGH: 25

SUNDAY:  Sunny and breezy late.
LOW:  16
HIGH: 37

MONDAY:  Windy with snow showers.
LOW:  33
HIGH: 40

TUESDAY:  Chance of snow showers?
LOW:  29
HIGH: 36

WEDNESDAY:  Partly sunny.
LOW:  27
HIGH: 40

THURSDAY:  Breezy and milder with showers developing.
LOW:  35
HIGH: 50


 SPORTS

Rochester Red Wings

PORT CHARLOTTE, FL – The Rochester Red Wings and Durham Bulls played to a 0-0 tie Wednesday afternoon at Charlotte Sports Park as the pitching staff for each team limited the opposition to just four hits.

Alex Meyer tossed 4.0 shutout frames with four strikeouts while Logan Darnell (2.0 IP), A.J. Achter (1.0 IP), Ryan O’Rourke (1.0 IP) and Wil Ledezma (1.0 IP) worked in relief.

Wilkin Ramirez was the only player in the game with more than one hit, finishing 2-for-3.

Rochester travels across Fort Myers to take on the Pawtucket Red Sox Thursday afternoon.


 

 WAYNE-AREA BOYS HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL:

Lyons Lions –  44      Waterville Indians – 63

On Friday afternoon, the amazing run by the Lyons Lions varsity boys basketball team came to an end during the Class C NYSPHAA semifinals at the Glens Falls Civic Center, as the Lions lost to the Waterville Indians 68-44. The Lions, led by star Senior player Damon Hunter, had blazed through the postseason with 6 straight victories, including the school’s 17th sectional title.

On Friday, however, the Lions couldn’t break the zone defense employed by Section III’s Waterville, and foul trouble hampered Damon Hunter fellow senior and Chris Peay.

Hunter, who had scored over 30 points per game in each of Lyons’ six postseason victories, was held to 22 points and fouled out of the game in the middle of the fourth quarter, then picked up a technical foul in his final moments in a Lyons uniform. His stellar high-school career comes to an end with over 1,000 points, a pair of Sectional banners to his credit, and a pair of Sectional MVP awards.

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