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Club gives local players opportunity amid virus

August 19, 2020

While the NYSPHSAA has not outright canceled fall high school sports due to the coronavirus pandemic, the postponement of fall season until September 21 and the cancellation of fall championships has high schools across the […]

Local gamers stay connected at home

August 9, 2020

During the coronavirus pandemic, people have been trying to find any way to keep themselves occupied with normal social outlets shut down. Emphasis on social. On a typical Friday night, as many as 20 people […]

New Cortland High AD eager to begin

July 25, 2020

Matt Wood has admired Cortland High athletics long before he was named the Purple Tigers’ new athletic director last week. “Serving on the Girls’ Soccer State Committee and helping to run the state tournament has […]

TC3 to postpone most fall sports

July 16, 2020

When the National Junior College Athletic Association (NJCAA) announced this week that its football, soccer and women’s volleyball seasons would be postponed to the spring of 2021 in light of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, that […]

Beer inspires big passion in local brewers

June 28, 2020

There has been a drastic change in the culture surrounding beer since the turn of the millennium. Twenty years ago, the terms “beer snob,” “beer garden,” “craft beer” and “home brewing” would sound like a […]

Growers feeling the heat

June 26, 2020

Even with Tuesday night’s showers and a quickly evaporated cloudburst on Thursday, June has been an abnormally dry month for Cortland County. You can see it in the lawns going brown, the gardeners taking a […]

CHS names senior award winners

June 25, 2020

The Cortland High athletic department has announced its Class of 2020 senior athletics award winners. 2020 Senior Plaques are presented to seniors who competed on a varsity sport during their senior year and have received […]

Cortland’s lost opportunity

June 5, 2020

Losing the 2020 season to the coronavirus pandemic “doesn’t seam real, still,” according to Cortland High girls’ lacrosse coach Kindra Catalano. After a 6-11 record in 2019 and a second-round tournament exit at the hands […]

Crown City Little League to play ‘Major’ games

June 4, 2020

Crown City Little League announced its plans for an abbreviated 2020 season in a press release Tuesday evening, which includes games only for the Major Division and structured activities for lower divisions. “After careful thought […]

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