- Local Sports
- Thursday, June 12, 2014
Sports Briefs: Cherry Valley-Springfield will induct former baseball coach Ed Dubben and his son Scott into its Athletic Hall of Fame on June 20.Continued ...
- Thursday, June 5, 2014
College softball up next for Hall
Maggie Hall knew what she wanted in a college: a chance to play right away.Continued ...
Ford to defend title at states
Cooperstown senior Lucy Ford qualified for the state championships with a victory in the Division II high jump during the Section Three Championships at Cicero-North Syracuse.Continued ...
Rowley headed to top college soccer program
After a year of elite play at the Empire Revolution Academy in Rochester, former Cooperstown standout Michael Rowley is taking his soccer prowess to the college field.Continued ...
Richfield's softball run ends in finals
NIMMONSBURG -- Perhaps two or three years down the road, it might be remembered as a starting point. For close to three decades as it applies to Class D softball in Section Four, there might just as well have been sign reading: No Tri-Valley League teams beyond this point.Continued ...
- Thursday, May 29, 2014
Big inning by Hancock ends Milford season
Top-seeded Hancock scored six times in the fourth inning and then held on for a Section Four Class D semifinal victory at home.Continued ...
Pudge's late homer ends Classic in tie
The rain was 0-for-2 Saturday in its attempts to cancel the Baseball Hall of Fame Classic, but in the bottom of the sixth inning, a mix of thunder and showers resulted in a walkoff.Continued ...
Gonzalez an unlikely home-run winner
Alex Gonzalez went 2-for-2 in the final round to win the 2014 Hall of Fame Classic Home Run Derby at Doubleday Field on Saturday.Continued ...
Classic notes: Thome's gift, Matsui's press corp turn heads
Jim Thome and his son, Landon, surprised the National Baseball Hall of Fame several days before the Hall of Fame Classic with the gift of the ball Thome hit for his 600th home run.Continued ...
Playoffs: CCS girls second at Section Three C-1
Cooperstownâ€™s three entrants in the Section Three State Qualifier at the Utica Parkway Courts were eliminated.Continued ...
- Thursday, May 22, 2014
Edmeston wins T-V title in sloppy game
ONEONTA -- Mike Clark was in the zone Saturday at Oneonta State.Continued ...
Coop girls win CSC Division II track title
Kristin Ratliff won three events, Lucy Ford was named Field Event Athlete of the Meet and Cooperstown's girls won the Center State Conference Division II Championship for the first time since 2002 on May 13.Continued ...
CV-S boys win track title
Cherry Valley-Springfield's boys and Richfield Springs' girls earned team titles in the Tri-Valley League Championships at CV-S.Continued ...
- Thursday, May 15, 2014
CCS softball still in contention
SPORTS ROUND UPContinued ...
Coop girls strong at Yellowjacket
Lucy Ford led a local sweep of the top five spots in the girls high jump during Oneonta High's Yellowjacket Invitational on Friday, helping Cooperstown to second place in the 23-team meet.Continued ...
Milford teams top CV-S again
Milford won another pair of games from rival Cherry Valley-Springfield on Monday, with home wins in baseball and softball.Continued ...
Crafts artist of month an original
Sharon Gibbons of Deansboro was named Artist of the Month by Cooper Country Crafts, a Cooperstown based craft cooperative. Gibbons has been a member of the group since 1999. At this time of year, she is focusing on children's sun dresses, but during colder weather she creates fabric bags, country dolls, angels, bears, snow people and one of a kind Santas. Gibbons clearly loves her craft work.Continued ...
- Thursday, May 8, 2014
Freshman pitcher helps CCS softball stay hot
Cooperstown softball had a historic year in 2013, with its first division championship, an undefeated regular season and a Section Three Class C-1 title. After losing five starters to graduation, including Daily Star softball Player of the Year Nicole Cring, the Hawkeyes were expected to have some growing pains in 2014. Midway through the season, however, expectations have changed.Continued ...
Hawkeyes top Milford in Fowler Game
Bud Fowler was good to the rebuilding Cooperstown baseball team Tuesday at Doubleday Field.Continued ...
Cooperstown baseball faces rebuilding year
With only two seniors on a team that has six freshmen and six sophomores, the Cooperstown baseball team is looking to rebuild this season and gain more experience in each and every game.Continued ...