January 22, 2022

Groton’s Manning scores 1,000th point

March 5, 2021

Groton’s Kalib Manning and James Lucey had reason to celebrate despite their team’s loss to Ithaca. BOYS BASKETBALL Ithaca 75, Groton 69 Kalib Manning reached 1,000 career points with his 23-point effort, but the Indians […]

Purple Tigers hold Dryden in check

March 2, 2021

Defense was on full display in Monday’s high school basketball action. BOYS’ BASKETBALL Cortland 47, Dryden 36 Max Gambitta (14 points, five rebounds, three assists, three steals) and Noah Armstrong (12 points, two assists, two […]

Second-half spurt propels Cincy boys

February 26, 2021

The Cincinnatus Lions had a strong second half, James Lucey had more than one reason to celebrate and the Homer Trojans slowed down the Brooke Tillotson show. BOYS’ BASKETBALL Cincinnatus 49, Otselic Valley 39 Cason […]

C-H hockey team gets back on track

February 25, 2021

The Cortland-Homer hockey team bounced back after a tough loss, Ben Barnes joined an exclusive club and the Homer Trojans boys’ basketball team finally got to play on its home court. BOYS’ HOCKEY Cortland-Homer 5, […]

Schuyler, Stafford carry Cincy boys

February 24, 2021

BOYS’ BASKETBALL Cincinnatus 51, McGraw 42 Scott Schuyler (15 points, 7-of-10 free throws in the fourth quarter) and Cason Stafford (14 points, 12 in the fourth quarter) helped the Lions pull away from the Eagles. […]

Tillotson sparks Marathon girls

February 20, 2021

Marathon’s Brooke Tillotson had another Brooke Tillotson game, while Cortland played last year’s sectional finalist tough. GIRLS’ BASKETBALL Marathon 50, Whitney Point 41 In a much tighter contest than their matchup earlier in the week, […]

Brazo reaches milestone in win

February 18, 2021

Jed Brazo had three points and climbed another peg in the Golden Eagles’ hockey scoring records Wednesday in Cortland-Homer’s 3-2 victory over Baldwinsville at the Skaneateles YMCA. Brazo scored the eventual game-winner off a stretch […]

Cincy grad helps with music therapy

February 14, 2021

Cincinnatus High graduate Darci Prentice Paul says her journey to become a music therapist started in kindergarten. Maybe before that. “I fell in love with music, probably the day I was born. I love Shania […]

Cuomo pushes for $15 broadband

January 26, 2021

Homer farmer Mike McMahon spent five years pushing for Spectrum to extend broadband to his West Scott Road farm, with no luck. It wasn’t until Verizon FIOS extended into the area that Spectrum followed suit. […]

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