Scott Savage has been a coach and contributor in the Finger Lakes Fury organization for the past 5 years. He has coached Fury teams at various age and skill levels. Scott's passion and commitment to teaching the true fundamentals of the game align with the philosophy of the FLF organization. Scott enjoys teaching the combination of the physical part of the game with the "basketball IQ" portion. Season after season Scott drives his "5 team rules" to the center of his team's core: Work Hard, Play As A Team, Learn The Game, Compete, Have Fun.
For the past 4 years, Scott has been the volunteer assistant basketball coach for the Palmyra-Macedon girls Varsity and JV teams, again driving the fundamentals of the game to build a solid program at all levels. For the Pal-Mac program, he also coaches the girls 7/8th travel teams and is active in various community clinics and basketball activities.
Prior to Pal-Mac, Scott spent two years as a volunteer assistant for the Marcus Whitman boys Varsity basketball team.
During his playing days, Scott ran the hardwoods for coach Bob Ward at St. John Fisher College, helping them to the semifinals in the year-end NCAA tournament his senior year. Prior to Fisher, Scott played two high-scoring seasons for coach Putt Moore at FLCC. He played the same way he coaches, by using athleticism and a hard-nosed style.
Scott resides in Palmyra with his wife Jeanna and their daughters Aldyn and Andra, who are active players in the Pal-Mac basketball program. He and Jeanna are members of the Palmyra Community Center board for the national Gas Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament hosted annually in Palmyra.
Coach Andrews was instrumental in establishing our First Boys Youth Fury Team. His group met with tremendous success while playing in tournaments with older age group teams. He is a former Hornell High School standout and later went on to play Division III basketball @ St. Fisher College. He had participated in several basketball camps including those held @ St. John Fisher, St. Bonaventure and Houghton College. Currently he is the President of the Canandaigua Youth Basketball Program as well as a Canandaigua Youth Travel League coach. Steve is an excellent communicator and has a genuine passion for all aspects of basketball. He firmly believes in the importance of sound fundamental basketball skills and he is an excellent motivator. Steve also does Personal Skill Development Training (for contact information: Camps/Clinics)
Coach Mark has coached youth Basketball in Dansville for the past 8 years. He has also headed the Dansville youth basketball league for 4th-8th grade boys and girls for the past 2 years. Coach Mark has been a AAU coach for Fury over the past 3 years building committed teams and coaching successful seasons. He is passionate about the game and a dedicated coach.
Maddy will serve as the Director of the Rochester Fury as well as her involvement as a Guest Clinician with all the Fury teams. Coach Brown is currently the Assistant Girls Varsity Coach and Assistant Athletic Director at Aquinas. She was an All Greater Rochester Player of the Year as well as New York State Class A Player of the Year while playing at H-F-L and a Division I Basketball player at Pittsburgh and Texas Tech. This fall she was selected to the Section V Hall of Fame. Coach Brown has a genuine passion for the game and will serve as an excellent role model and guest clinician.
Coach Johnson started in 2017 as an AAU coach with the Finger Lakes Fury coaching levels 17U & 16U. Randy is also in his second season as JV Assistant Coach for the Victor Central Schools Boys Basketball. Coach Johnson has worked for 10 years with the Victor Parks & Recreation youth basketball program and continues to encourage and inspire the players to be the best they can be on and off the court. Randy played for 2 years of basketball at the Aquinas institute from 1990 – 1993.
Gary Page, Tom Seymour, Richard Pillitier and my father. The lessons from these men are irreplaceable.
Motto: “Hard work equals results, every time!”
G.Conyers will be serving as the Co-Director for our Fury Independent Teams. G.Conyers has coached at all levelssince graduating high school in 2008, the year in which he helped Dundee win their only Section V title in school history. He has coached AAU since the summer of '09 and has also served as an assistant for Dundee's Varsity Program. He then coached JV and Varsity for Avoca, before returning to Penn Yan where he has coached 8th grade and is currently serving as a Varsity Assistant for the past 3 seasons. G has a great passion for the game that he looks forward to having the opportunities to share with the players he encounters through his teams and the camps he has directed under the Fury. He will be a great role model and dedicated coach.
Jim DiSalvo is currently the Head coach at Canton High School. He has been a member of the Varsity Girls Staff for several years helping guide them to Class B State Final Four in 2016. He is a valued member of Canton Hoopsters Club and has organized tournaments and clinics throughout the North Country Region. Coach DiSalvo has also been co-director of several SuperCamps and is an excellent motivator and role model.
Southern Tier Fury Director
Rochester Fury Director/Girls Co-Director
Rochester Fury Boys Co-Director
Fury Independent Director
North Country Fury Director/Girls Co-Director
North Country Fury Boys Co-Director