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Homer romps past undermanned Cortland

December 6, 2018

Leaving for a road trip knowing victory is virtually assured can have its concerns. Such was the case with the Homer Central wrestling team Wednesday when it headed south for its non-league matchup with rival […]

Cincy advances to Final Four

November 3, 2018

HERKIMER – Montana Wolf had just scored the biggest goal of her high school soccer career. At least, she was pretty sure she had. Wolf’s high, looping shot went under the crossbar and over the […]

Red Lions win Class D championship

October 31, 2018

VERONA – No worries. That was the attitude the third-seeded Cincinnatus boys’ soccer team had at halftime of Tuesday’s Section 3 Class D championship game against top seed Poland at Vernon-Verona-Sherrill’s Sheveron Stadium, despite trailing […]

Cincy advances on penalty kicks

October 29, 2018

The Cincinnatus girls’ soccer team finally exorcised a persistent demon Saturday night, though it took a little extra time and effort under cold, soggy conditions. Never have soaked, chilled and exhausted felt so good as […]

Purple Tigers’ season ends in overtime loss

October 25, 2018

SYRACUSE — The Cortland High girls’ soccer team rallied to send Wednesday’s Section 3 Class A semifinal game with Whitesboro to overtime on a cold, wet night. Warrior senior forward Haylee Smith made sure it […]

Caden Stafford sets mark as Cincinnatus advances

October 18, 2018

Watch out for the Cincinnatus boys’ soccer team in the first five minutes of each game. That message was underlined Wednesday afternoon as the third-seeded Red Lions needed just 31 seconds to score against visiting […]

Purple Tigers cruise past Trojans

September 24, 2018

That whole rivalry thing notwithstanding, Cortland High boys’ soccer coach Luke Schweider considered Saturday’s game with visiting Homer Central a must-win. “We’d been playing well until our last game, a 4-0 home loss to Fulton […]

Timely turnaround

September 10, 2018

The Cortland High football team turned a disaster around Saturday against visiting Syracuse Institute of Technology Central. Through a disastrous three quarters, the Purple Tigers had managed just three yards of total offense against their […]

High numbers, little experience for Tigers

August 31, 2018

The Cortland High football team has a 43-man roster this season, which starts Friday with a 7 p.m. visit to Bishop Ludden, but the sheer numbers are only part of the story. With only 12 […]

Minnard qualifies for National Finals

July 3, 2018

This area has a pretty good record of success in Scotts Pitch Hit & Run, a youth baseball competition run in conjunction with Major League Baseball. Some nine local players have advanced through the local […]

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