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First inning binge ignites Crush victory

July 8, 2016

This one was over early. The Cortland Crush used five hits, two walks and a run-scoring groundout to score seven runs in the first inning Thursday night and never looked back en route to an […]

Crush recover to secure split with Generals

July 7, 2016

The Cortland Crush bounced back from a first-game whipping to earn a New York Collegiate Baseball League doubleheader split with the visiting Rome Generals Thursday. The Generals, who were the home team, put up five […]

Ex-NASCAR driver Schrader racing at Skyline

July 6, 2016

Former NASCAR Sprint/Winston Cup star Kenny Schrader is coming to the area and he is going to be race ready. The 61-year-old driver whose hometown is Fenton, Missouri, will be driving his Federated Auto Parts […]

Crush secure two more wins

July 5, 2016

The Cortland Crush had a productive holiday weekend with two wins, though only one counted in the league standings. Taking Saturday off after being rained out on Friday, the Crush scored a 4-1 win over […]

Opportunity offered to Cortland’s Barber

July 2, 2016

Cortland High sophomore Noah Barber has a golden opportunity and is asking for some assistance. Barber, who played varsity baseball and football with the Purple Tigers during his freshman year, traveled to Troy for a […]

First place Crush salvage weekend split

June 27, 2016

It was a mixed weekend for the Cortland Crush in a pair of New York Collegiate Baseball League outings. After the Crush dropped a 10-1 decision at Olean Saturday in a match-up of division leaders, […]

Loss cuts into Crush lead

June 25, 2016

The Cortland Crush are watching their lead in the New York Collegiate Baseball League Eastern Division shrinking, and you can blame the Syracuse Junior Chiefs for that. Since the Junior Chiefs snapped the Crush’s 11-game […]

Hubbard, Walts of CHS get top Freedom honors

June 24, 2016

Cortland High juniors Kacie Hubbard and Cady Walts were named the OHSL Freedom National Player and Pitcher of the Year, respectively, each for the second year in a row, for their performances in leading the […]

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