Nearby, Palmyra-Macedon captured the Walt Peterson Small School Duals in Bath by winning all five matches. The Red Raiders, ranked No. 1 among small schools in the state, scored a 48-21 victory over No. 8 Tioga in the final.
A quick observation: I don't think the U-E Duals could possibly have attracted less attention if they were held in Area 51 outside Roswell, N.M.
Reporting from the event was spotty at best and non-existent on the part of several media outlets that had a proverbial horse in the race.
In fairness, it was a two-day event at the end of a long holiday week and weekend. And weather in much of Upstate was nasty, making travel less convenient.
But an event of this stature -- with the top three large-school teams in the state plus the No. 3 small-school squad -- deserved more attention than it got. As of 11 a.m. today, the summary of the championship match between John Glenn and Spencerport remained a closely guarded secret in print and online.