October 22, 2021

ES-M routs inexperienced Cortland

May 5, 2021

CORTLAND — Two years ago, the Cortland Purple Tigers were two wins away from a Section III Class C girls lacrosse championship. This year, with a roster lacking much varsity experience, or even any kind […]

Longtime coroner retires

April 23, 2021

The position of county coroner demands one to be on-call, 24 hours a day, seven days a week unless scheduled otherwise, said Kevin Sharp, who recently resigned as Cortland County coroner. Sharp has missed birthdays […]

New Ministries in transition

April 20, 2021

The future of Cincinnatus’ New Ministries Gathering Place is in flux after its leader, Sister Kathleen Heffron, had a stroke in January. The Cincinnatus nun moved into St. Joseph’s Provincial House in Latham, a home […]

Sustad’s hat trick gives Cincy another win

April 15, 2021

Local teams played some tightly contested affairs Wednesday, but all of them came away with wins. GIRLS SOCCER Cincinnatus 4, Brookfield 1 Kyla Sustad scored a natural hat trick in the span of three minutes […]

McGraw boys soccer team finally tops Cincy

April 13, 2021

Monday’s rain didn’t put a damper on local soccer action, with several highs-coring games despite the conditions. BOYS SOCCER McGraw 1, Cincinnatus 0 Nate Stiles headed home the golden goal in overtime at the far […]

Homer notches big win

April 8, 2021

SYRACUSE — The Homer Trojans celebrated the 600th game in the football program’s history in style with a 40-0 shutout of the ITC Eagles Wednesday night at Fowler High School. Andrew VanPatten rushed for more […]

Cincy to vote April 21 on $3.5M school project

April 7, 2021

A proposed $3.5 million capital project to replace and rehabilitate buildings, equipment and other aspects of the Cincinnatus Central School District will have minimal effect on property taxes, Superintendent Todd Freeman said Monday. The project […]

Cincy boys come alive in 2nd half

April 6, 2021

CINCINNATUS — Some halftime adjustments — and maybe some better luck with a different official — helped the Cincinnatus Lions explode for four goals in the second half of their 5-1 victory over the Madison […]

CHS defense rules in 36-6 win over Dryden

April 1, 2021

CORTLAND — The Cortland Purple Tigers defense thrived in the cold, windy, rainy weather Wednesday night by forcing a jaw-dropping 11 turnovers en route to a 36-6 victory over the Dryden Lions at Cortland High. […]

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