90 New COVID-19 Cases Reported In Chautauqua County On Friday Afternoon

first_img17 0 14062- Forestville1 14750- Lakewood9 3.77% 14720- Celoron0 1.8% 32 13.06% 1 0.1% 3.85% 0.0% 80-8971 All Ages20 60-69242 338 14166- Van Buren Point0 2.0% 3.5% 2 0.6% 14740- Gerry0 40-491 Total Cases 4.6% 14138- South Dayton1 6 14752- Lily Dale0 5 0 0 New Cases 25.2% 12 30 475 1 12 0 1.9% 0.41% 14712- Bemus Point4 15 Percent 21 46 1 Symptoms 0 14733- Falconer2 14710- Ashville1 50-591 COVID-19 Cases by Presence of Symptoms at Time of Interview 34 0 0 0-390 14722- Chautauqua0 1.1% Symptoms Known907 14757- Mayville14 13 90+26 10 14081- Irving0 20-29382 15 12.85% 1.06% 14767- Panama1 Zip Code 18.0% 60-693 14 24.37% 8 3 14728- Dewittville0 21 11.79% 2.2% 1.9% 3 Age Group 0.4% 33 0.5% 14724- Clymer1 5.15% 0 1 17 CDC Stock Image.MAYVILLE – Ninety new cases of COVID-19 were reported in Chautauqua County on Friday.The county Health Department’s dashboard reports 263 cases are now active countywide.Of the new cases, 23 are in Jamestown with 52 active in the city.The county’s seven-day average percent positivity rate is now 4.7 percent, up from 4.2 the day before; with 15 people hospitalized. There are now 1,883 cases with 1,600 recovered and 20 previously reported deaths.A full breakdown of the day’s stats are posted below:COVID-19 Cases by ZIP Code of Residence 14716- Brocton0 Agecenter_img 1 3 Fatality Rate by Age Group 14784- Stockton0 56 0.6% 30-39222 2 3 14775- Ripley4 14723- Cherry Creek1 14736- Findley Lake0 0.9% 14769- Portland0 0.5% 2 11 9 14726- Conewango Valley0 14747- Kennedy2 0 14787- Westfield0 4 10 0.9% 90+1 10 2 Number 41 14782- Sinclairville1 374 Yes686 5 40-49246 23 0-19254 0.00% 14136- Silver Creek2 0.5% 35 52 COVID-19 Cases by Known Age 14738- Frewsburg1 1.1% 0.3% 0.0% 80-897 1.8% 20.29% 3.0% 1.24% 0.7% 0.7% 75.63% 13.49% 1 12.85% 70-79136 3 7.22% 65 4 1.38% 14781- Sherman2 62 Number 0.41% 86 14718- Cassadaga0 3.3% 6 14048- Dunkirk8 37 Fatality Rate 50-59245 19.9% 14063- Fredonia12 14701- Jamestown23 0.1% No221 11 Percent 9.86% 1.2% 6 Total Deaths 70-797 36 0.2% Percent of Total Cases Active Cases 0.8% Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Saco’s speech motivates Orange in 2 victories to close series against UConn

first_imgKelly Saco did not want game one to set the tone for the weekend. The loss was just too crushing.In that first game of its series against Connecticut, Syracuse scored two runs in the bottom of the seventh. But SU stranded the tying run on third, yielding a 3-2 loss Saturday to the Huskies. The close loss and failed rally could have caused Syracuse to fall apart in the weekend’s other two games.But Saco refused to let that happen. The first baseman took charge in the Syracuse huddle in between games. Despite the loss, Saco saw something that had been lacking in the Orange dugout recently. A complete team.‘(I told them) even though we lost — and it would have been nice to win — we played like a team,’ the sophomore said. ‘We kind of came together there, and everyone really pulled for each other. No one was being selfish.’AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHer animated speech inspired the Orange’s play the rest of the weekend. Syracuse went on to defeat UConn 9-6 in the second game Saturday, snapping a three-game losing streak, and then won 5-1 in the rubber match Sunday.Syracuse head coach Leigh Ross has said all year that she is looking for her players to be leaders. Saco’s taking control of the huddle in between games on her own is a perfect example of what she wants.‘I like the things she says during the games and in between games,’ Ross said. ‘She can get the emotion going. She can play that way.’The Syracuse offense was held to eight total runs in the Orange’s three-game losing streak. The Orange pounded out 17 hits in the two wins Saturday and Sunday. Seven of those were extra-base hits. For a team to come out like that after coming up short in devastating fashion, Ross feels it takes a great deal of leadership from within. And that leadership is noticed by Saco’s teammates.‘Coach always says great things, but when (we) hear it from our own teammates, it just kind of pumps us up some more,’ sophomore Jenna Caira said. ‘(It makes us think) like we’ve got to win this, we’ve got to pick ourselves up and get this (win) for the next game.’The Orange is a young team that sometimes lacks the maturity of other Big East opponents with many upperclassmen. Juniors Hallie Gibbs and Rachel Helman are the only upperclassmen in the lineup. Ross considers Gibbs to be one that leads by example, rather than being a vocal leader. With the lack of upperclassman contributors, there is more pressure on the freshmen and sophomores to lead.‘We just need to find somebody that can calm everybody down, keep them in control,’ Ross said. ‘A mature leader is what we kind of need.’Saco has been slowly working into a leadership role all season. She always tries to be a vocal leader on the field, encouraging the pitchers and other infielders. Her struggles at the plate this season (a .205 batting average) limit her ability to lead by example, but Saco is able to channel her struggles into helping her teammates.‘It’s tough when you’re doing bad — I definitely know that from experience,’ Saco said. ‘When you’re just having those days, you need someone to pick you up. I just want to be looked at as the person that picks you up.’[email protected] Comments Facebook Twitter Google+center_img Published on April 25, 2010 at 12:00 pm Contact Mark: [email protected] | @mark_cooperjrlast_img read more