The Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team won the Federation Tournament championship this weekend! It’s their first Federation Tournament crown after winning their third consecutive public schools title last weekend. With a clutch shot from freshman Momoka LaClair the girls defeated James Madison, 42-41 in the biggest tournament in New York. It was a great ending to a great year of basketball for the ladies.
A son-in-law donated one of his kidneys to his father-in-law who was in complete kidney failure. Tony Darosa was facing dialysis for the rest of his life if he didn’t get a full transplant. His son-in-law Michael was the closest match and ended up donating one of his kidneys. Michael joked that years ago he agreed to take care of Tony’s daughter, and had no idea he would one day have to take care of Tony as well. Both are expected to make a full recovery after the surgery.
An 11 year old raised money for a charity that helps vets. Frank Cenicola learned how to turn hunks of wood into beautiful handmade pens, and he used that skill to start his own company, Franks Pens. He spends two hours a day in his garage crafting the one of a kind pens. In his first month in business, he made 76 pens and each one selling for $15, with $5 going to the charity that help veterans. He hopes to continue growing in order to keep sending donations to the organization he loves to help.
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