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Red Dragons’ senior experiencing déjà vu

May 8, 2020

The cancellation of spring sports season at the high school and collegiate levels has disappointed athletes all over the country, particularly the seniors. But SUNY Cortland senior infielder Wyatt Myers was in a unique situation […]

Homer teachers raise $11,000

May 6, 2020

Barbara Bachmann had seen plenty of stories about empty food pantries and broken supply chains. Then she heard the stories of Homer kids some of them her students — relying on the bagged lunches the […]

Courses continue to play waiting game

May 5, 2020

Golf courses across the state are experiencing “an aggravating situation, at best,” said Ernest Dodge, president of the Cortland Country Club. The state’s Regional Economic Development Council permitted the use of carts on courses starting […]

Crown City little league addresses options

May 1, 2020

While the Little League World Series is canceled this year, Crown City Little League is still hoping to play some games this season. Crown City LL president Steve Woodard released a statement for its players, […]

Area golf courses treading water

April 24, 2020

The closure of golf courses may have been brief — just 11 days between the April 9 state order shutting down non-essential businesses and the order allowing golf courses to open with restrictions — but […]

Purple Tigers’ Armstrong an all-league pick

April 13, 2020

The Salt City Athletic Conference announced its all-league selections for the 2019-20 boys’ basketball season. Cortland’s Noah Armstrong earned Empire Division third team honors with 12.6 points and 5.4 assists per game. Payton Shumpert of […]

Cortland Babcock, Lewis on first team

April 13, 2020

The Salt City Athletic Conference has announced its All-Conference selections, and three Cortland Purple Tigers were honored, including two first team nods, Lyndsie Babcock and Shyanne Lewis. Babcock averaged nine points and six rebounds per […]

Stay active, take part in YMCA’s virtual 5K

April 10, 2020

The COVID-19 quarantine handcuffs most sports, most outdoor competitions and most public social interactions. But nobody has said you can’t go out for a walk or run to escape a case of cabin fever. And […]

Crush await fate of league’s season

April 8, 2020

CORTLAND — The Cortland Crush are waiting with bated breath to see if the 2020 New York Collegiate Baseball League season will be played. After winning the Eastern Division title in 2019 but falling in […]

Way, Wilbur earn All-CCL first-team honors

April 7, 2020

DeRuyter and McGraw led the local teams in All-Central Counties League girls’ basketball selections in 2020. DeRuyter senior Taylor Way and McGraw junior Karissa Wilbur earned first-team honors. Rounding out the All-CCL first team selections […]

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