- Local Sports
- Wednesday, November 27, 2013
Championship fever in Milford goes beyond Remy title
For Milford's boys, the Anton Remy Jr. Tournament title is only the beginning. "We want to win the Tri-Valley title and the Section Four title," junior point guard Will Ward said Saturday after the Wildcats took apart Franklin, 52-25, in the Remy finals.Continued ...
Volleyball team hopes to spike competition
Cooperstown has gotten used to volleyball success under Rich Jantzi, and it looks like CCS will prove themselves on the court again this year.Continued ...
CV-S wins consolation games at Remy
Wyatt Crowley scored a game-high 19 points and had eight assists to lead Cherry-Valley Springfield to a consolation victory in the Anton Remy Tournament at Milford.Continued ...
- Friday, November 22, 2013
At Franklin, Beers hoping for one more run
She doesn't play sports for an Otsego County school, but everyone in the Tri-Valley League knows about Franklin's Jordan Beers.Continued ...
- Thursday, November 21, 2013
Wehner always a winner
Former Cooperstown star Jen Wehner's basketball career has been about the transition game. Now she is transitioning into college coaching.Continued ...
Remy tournament begins tonight
Milford's Anton Remy tournament is back for its second year in its current form with eight varsity games over three days.Continued ...
Cooperstown football players get awards
The Friends of Football group has awarded four Cooperstown players with their CCS Hawkeye Helmet Iron Man Award.Continued ...
- Thursday, November 14, 2013
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CORRECTION: The National Baseball Hall of Fame will be hosting an open house for Otsego County Residents on Nov. 19.Continued ...
Pesticides benched at Doubleday Field
What began last year as an effort to reduce reliance on the application of synthetic pesticides at historic Doubleday Field in Cooperstown succeeded this year in eliminating use of the toxic herbicides and pesticides altogether, village Mayor Jeff Katz said Sunday.Continued ...
Milford falls to Tornadoes
NORWICH -- Poland left no doubt which team was the defending Class D girls soccer state champion Saturday at Norwich High.Continued ...
Ratliff, Fanion place at states
Cooperstown's Kristin Ratliff and Samantha Fanion placed 14th and 19th, respectively, among Class C runners in the state cross-country meet Saturday at Queensbury.Continued ...
Hall of Fame announces Expansion Era ballot
The National Baseball Hall of Fame announced Monday the names that will be considered on the Expansion Era ballot for 2014 induction.Continued ...
- Thursday, November 7, 2013
Borgstrom wins Class C diving title
Cooperstown diver Catherine Borgstrom won the Section Three Class C title on Saturday at Jamesville-DeWitt.Continued ...
Ratlif, Fanion make state meet
Cooperstown's Kristin Ratliff and Samantha Fanion qualified for the state cross country meet with top-five finishes during the Section Three Championships, which ran Saturday at Jamesville Beach State Park.Continued ...
Fresh from World Series, artifacts arrive at HOF
Artifacts from the 2013 World Series have arrived at the National Baseball Hall of Fame.Continued ...
Hawkeyes going inactive, leaving Doubleday
The Cooperstown Hawkeyes will not play baseball at Doubleday Field during the 2014 Perfect Game Collegiate Baseball League season -- or anywhere else, for that matter.Continued ...
- Monday, November 4, 2013
Milford girls slide into states on Lawson goal
ONEONTA -- For Milford's Addy Lawson, a sudden-victory goal in the Section Four Class D championship game wasn't quite the same as a three-point shot at the buzzer.Continued ...
- Thursday, October 31, 2013
Patriots eliminated in semis
In four minutes, everything on the field changed. Cherry-Valley Springfield held a 1-0 lead on Davenport for nearly 30 minutes, but goals by Mike Libby and Cody Wamsley in rapid succession led the Wildcats to a 2-1 victory over the Patriots in the Section Four Class D semifinals at the Wright National Soccer Campus in Oneonta on Wednesday.Continued ...
Wildcat, Patriot girls win playoff openers
Milford and CV-S girls both won first round games in the Section Three, Class D soccer playoffs.Continued ...
Coop soccer seasons end on the road
Cooperstown's soccer seasons ended over the weekend with losses on the road in the Section Three Class C playoffs.Continued ...