- Local Sports
- Wednesday, February 19, 2014
Hawkeyes, Wildcats advance in playoffs
Liz Millea's hot start led to a big finish for the Cooperstown girls basketball team, which cruised to a 59-45 victory over visiting Herkimer in a Section Three Class C quarterfinal Tuesday.Continued ...
- Monday, February 17, 2014
TRI-VALLEY ALL STARS
TRI-VALLEY ALL STARSContinued ...
Mebust leads Coop swimmers
Cooperstown sophomore Sean Mebust broke two program records during the Section Three State Qualifiers at Hamilton College on Sunday.Continued ...
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
ONEONTA -- Round Two went to Milford, but the Wildcats needed overtime to complete their 52-47 comeback win over previously unbeaten Edmeston in the Tri-Valley League boys basketball final Saturday at Oneonta State.Continued ...
- Thursday, February 13, 2014
HOF considering Warriors' softball game
They may celebrate baseball at the Baseball Hall of Fame, but for Hall's 75th anniversary they're planning some softball.Continued ...
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
Katie Franck finished the day with 15 assists, two kills, and one ace and Caroline Leonard added 10 kills and an ace, but Cooperstown fell to Hamilton, 3-1 in their final regular season game.Continued ...
CCS boys make tourney, lose Manikus
Christian Alexander scored nine of his game-high 24 points Monday as host Cooperstown took a three-point lead, but Waterville responded with a 28-6 second-quarter run en route to a Center State Conference victory.Continued ...
- Thursday, January 30, 2014
Hawkeyes clinch volleyball title
Cooperstown's volleyball team clinched the Center State Conference Division II title on Monday with a home victory over Herkimer.Continued ...
CCS girls rally past Herkimer
S.J. Morosko scored all nine of her team's fourth quarter points as Cooperstown made a second-half comeback to win a Center State Conference Division II game at home, 43-34, against Herkimer on Friday.Continued ...
Sean Mebust placed second in the 100-yard freestyle and the 200 individual medley to help Cooperstown to a third-place finish in the Frontier League Championships at Rome Free Academy.Continued ...
- Friday, January 24, 2014
Maddux, La Russa choose not to choose HOF caps
(AP) -- Greg Maddux and Tony La Russa will not have logos on their National Baseball Hall of Fame plaques, the Cooperstown shrine announced Thursday.Continued ...
- Thursday, January 23, 2014
Idelson wins Frontier diving title
Cooperstown's Aaron Idelson won the Frontier League diving championship on Saturday in South Jefferson, beating his 11-dive school record by more then 40 points.Continued ...
Second-half run too much for CCS girls
Liz Millea had 21 points and eight rebounds in a Center State Conference game Friday, but host Cooperstown fell short, losing to undefeated Little Falls, 51-41.Continued ...
Cooperstown wrestlers get first dual-meet win.Continued ...