by Jay Lawson
Last week it was reported that varsity basketball player Tyler Fenton set a Town of Webb single-game scoring mark when he poured in 42 points against Remsen on Monday, January 25.
This week, Webb’s hot scoring continued when Shane Kimball bested Tyler’s performance by a couple when he scored 44 points against Owen D. Young on Tuesday, February 1. Continue reading
Peak foliage, summer-like temperatures, clear skies, and improved chairlift equipment combined for a record number of riders at McCauley Mountain this past weekend, according to Town of Webb Supervisor Ted Riehle.
“It was the biggest weekend we’ve ever had up there,” he said.
Riders on a chair of the McCauley Mountain lift. Photo by Gina Greco
Peak weekend of 2013 had been the biggest on record for chairlift riders with 554 on Saturday and 974 on Sunday for a total of 1,928, according to Riehle.
But last weekend marked a new standard for rider capacity, he said. Continue reading
Over 3,000 people gathered in the little town of Inlet, NY on Saturday, September 13, 2014 and set out on Fourth Lake to break the record for the largest raft of canoes and kayaks at the One Square Mile of Hope event.
This was our third attempt at this record. Our first two attempts were both successful: 1,104 boats in 2008 and 1,902 boats in 2011.
Both events were also fundraisers for the fight against breast cancer, raising over $132,000 between the two events.
Photos by Gina Greco and Jay Lawson