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The Milford/Laurens boys soccer team outshot visiting Franklin/Unatego 11-7 in a 2-0 loss on Thursday, April 8.

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John Kennedy scored a game-high 19 points and grabbed 15 rebounds to lead the Cooperstown boys basketball team to a road victory over Richfield Springs, 69-31 on Thursday, March 11, to end the team’s season.

Cooperstown’s John Kennedy scored 31 points-including his first 3-point field goal-and grabbed 18 rebounds to lead the Hawkeyes boys basketball team to a victory over visiting Sherburne-Earlville, 69-44 on Tuesday, March 9, which was Senior Night.

 Hayleigh Gates scored a game-high 23 points to lead the visiting Mount Markham girls basketball team to a win over Richfield Springs, 68-22., on Wednesday, March 10,

 Aidan Mackey scored nine points and grabbed nine rebounds to lead the Oneonta boys basketball team to a home victory over Cooperstown on Wednesday, March 3, 64-40.

NEW YORK (AP) — The baseball Hall of Fame won’t have any new players in the class of 2021 after voters decided no one had the merits — on the field or off — for enshrinement in Cooperstown.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced Jan. 29 that it will celebrate the Los Angeles Dodgers’ 2020 World Series title with a special exhibit.

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Cooperstown native Tyler Bertram is settling into a role with Binghamton University’s men’s basketball team.

The New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced Tuesday, Dec. 1, that the start date for “high risk” winter sports will be moved to Jan. 4, 2021, as COVID-19 continues to spread.

Curt Schilling, Roger Clemens and Barry Bonds are the leading candidates returning to baseball’s Hall of Fame ballot in a year without any favorites among the new names.

 Bo and Tom DeMarco combined to win the Art-Nate VanSteenburg Memorial Classic Bass Tournament on Oct. 17, held at Otsego Lake.

After Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Monday announcement cleared the way for most fall sports to begin practicing and playing Sept. 21, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association began the process of navigating the governor’s guidance Tuesday, Aug. 25, with the goal of facilitating some…

The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum announced Monday, Aug. 24, that its Board of Directors voted unanimously to reschedule the two Era Committee elections slated for this winter “as a result of uncertainties associated with the COVID-19 pandemic.”

 The New York State Public High School Athletic Association held its annual summer meeting of the Central Committee on Wednesday, July 29, voting on several proposals and formally changing the group’s officer positions.

The National Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2020 will partake in virtual events on what was originally scheduled to be Hall of Fame Weekend, July 23-26.

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The start of the fall sports season will be delayed until Monday, Sept. 21, and there will be no regional or state championships this fall, the state organization in charge of public high school sports announced Thursday, July 16.

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The National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown announced Wednesday it is preparing to reopen its doors on Friday, June 26, “in accordance with New York state’s regionally-focused phased reopening plan and with many enhanced health and safety procedures.”

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Longtime Cooperstown Central School coach and athletic director Dave Bertram announced Monday, June 22, that he will leave his job with the district to become the athletic director at Mohonasen Central School.

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With most sports on hiatus because of the coronavirus pandemic, trout season opened in New York on Wednesday, April 1, and local anglers said they are hoping to capitalize on spreading the sport’s popularity at a time when other sports are on hold.

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Former Cooperstown boys basketball standout Tyler Bertram announced Wednesday, March 18, that he will enter the NCAA transfer portal and look to transfer from University of North Carolina Charlotte.

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SYRACUSE — When top-seeded Weedsport erased Cooperstown’s hard-earned, six-point halftime lead early in the third quarter, the Hawkeyes leaned on the little things to regain the momentum.

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SYRACUSE — Kate Donnelly and Piper Seamon each made a key free throw and Dani Seamon drew a late charge to help third-seeded Cooperstown foil a comeback by second-seeded Onondaga and advance to the section finals next weekend with a 51-48 win in the Section III Class C girls basketball semif…

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ALBANY — In early January, minutes after winning the Ross Cordell Invitational at Oneonta High School, Cooperstown/Milford wrestler Avery Leonard said that winning the event, an accomplishment by itself, was just another step on his journey to the state tournament.

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SYRACUSE — Trailing at halftime, second-seeded Cooperstown scored 51 second-half points to overwhelm third seed West Canada Valley and advance to the section finals for the fifth straight year with an 80-70 win in the Section III Class C boys basketball semifinals Saturday, Feb. 29, at Onond…

The Edmeston Central School senior class will host a three-on-three basketball tournament Saturday, March 7.

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Gary Merwin bowled an 805 series Wednesday, Jan. 29, at the Clark Sports Center, during the Men’s Wednesday Night Semi Classic League. According to bowling league officials, this was the third 800-plus series bowled at the CSC.

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COOPERSTOWN — Larry Walker smiled Tuesday, Feb. 25, as he stood in front of a plaque bearing the likeness of Ferguson Jenkins — the first Canadian inducted into the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum. And then something uncharacteristic happened to the charismatic outfielder: he becam…

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Cooperstown’s Maddox Aramini won three events, two individual and one relay, and was named the most outstanding swimmer Thursday, Feb. 13, at the Section III Class C Championships at Nottingham High School.

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