Women’s League, Oct. 2
High series over 450: Betty Staffin (481)159,154,168; Laurie Coleman (489)156,185,148; Helen McLaughlin (544)187,191,166; Jesse Baker (480)145,156,179; Sharon Curcio (501)181,139,181; Cynthia McCartney (511)149,178,184.
High game over 175: Helen McLaughlin 191,187; Laura Coleman 185; Cynthia McCartney 184,178; Sharon Curcio 181, 181; Jesse Baker 179.
Semi Classic League, Oct. 3
High series over 600: Reid Nagelschmidt (713) 205,222,286; Mike Kenney (695) 226,237,232; Joe Allison (648) 233,245,170; Tim Adams (627) 225,196,206; Matt Curtis (621) 206,216,199; Cubby Gage (612) 202,192,218.
Scores over 200: Reid Nagelschmidt 205,222,286; Matt Curtis 206,216; Keith Dickison 206,226; Tim Adams 225,206; Mike Kenney 226,237,232; Cliff Coleman Sr. 207; Joe Senchyshyn 202; Dominick Zeh 201; Joe Allison 233,245; Mike Pugliese 214; Tim Gould 227; Cubby Gage 202,218; Mike Gage 220,203; Steve Oldick 212.
Series over 400: Marion Madison (519)148,167,204; Eileen Barown (493)166,169,158; Virginia Higgins (480)154,175,151; Susan Newman (467)151,153,163; Jan Kerr (430)135,139,156.
Games over 130: Virginia Higgins 154,175,151; Eileen Barown 166,169,158; Jan Kerr 135,139,156; Joyce Jones 141,136; Marion Madison 148,167,204; Chris Guyre 155; Marie Wolcott 140; Susan Newman 151,153,163; Joyce Armstrong 168; Mary Durso 143,138; Dawn Mindurski 140.
Monday Night League, Oct. 8
550 and over: Rich Anderson Jr. (701) 225,278,198; Mike Kenney (686) 237,276,173; Chuck Hascup (672) 245,214,213; Matt Curtis (619) 183,203,233; Dave Seigle (574) 226,181,167
Games 170 and over: Chuck Hascup 245,214,213; Dave Chase Sr. 182,198; Rich Anderson Jr. 225,278,198; Dennis Hascup 177; Rick Howard 185; Mike Kenney 237,276,173; John Phillips 182; Keith Mallory 205; Dave Seigle 226,181; Ed Kukenberger 179; Bill Deane 232; Tom Steele 185; Matt Curtis 183,203,233; Joe Senchyshyn 230; Frank Del Plato 185; Jay Szwejbka 174,196.
Women’s League, Oct. 2
- Local Sports
Thomas predicts big induction turnout
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Coop comeback fails against Little Falls
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Home-court heartache: SK upsets Milford
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Wildcats girls eliminated by Dragons
SCHENEVUS -- On a night when there seemed to be a lid on the basket and turnovers on every other possession, Schenevus' girls earned a 44-40 basketball victory Saturday over Milford to advance to the Section Four Class D semifinals.Continued ...
SK ends season for CV-S girls
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- Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Hawkeyes, Wildcats advance in playoffs
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- Monday, February 17, 2014
TRI-VALLEY ALL STARS
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Mebust leads Coop swimmers
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Cooperstown girls win, boy lose in first round
Sometimes, the game really is over at halftime.Continued ...
- Franklin girls wins third straight title
Milford boys win T-V title in overtime
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- Thursday, February 13, 2014
HOF considering Warriors' softball game
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Wildcats win Tri-Valley East title
Despite early foul trouble, Maddy Zenir made her final minutes count, scoring the last seven points of the game to secure a 49-46 Milford victory over Schenevus Friday.Continued ...
Idelson wins section diving title
Cooperstown senior Aaron Idelson won his second Section Three Class C diving championship Saturday at Mexico.Continued ...
Sandy Creek eliminates volleyball team
Seven months after ending Cooperstown's softball season, the Comets have done it again, this time to the CCS volleyball team.Continued ...
- Thursday, February 6, 2014
CV-S stumbles against Schenevus
Cherry Valley-Springfield may have played itself out of the Tri-Valley East Division title race with a 64-24 home loss Friday to Schenevus.Continued ...
CCS volleyball hosts playoff game tonight
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- Thomas predicts big induction turnout