September 28, 2021

Dryden boys soccer falls to Lansing

September 22, 2021

DRYDEN – The Dryden Lions put up a better showing against the Lansing Bobcats than their last meeting, but fell again to the still-unbeaten Bobcats, 3-1, Tuesday night at Dryden High. Senior Trevor Coates provided […]

Homer High volleyball team sweeps Auburn

September 21, 2021

It wasn’t easy, but the Homer Trojans girls volleyball team picked up another sweep, while the Marathon Olympians girls soccer team routed Whitney Point. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Homer 3, Auburn 0 The Trojans (5-2) cruised through […]

Homer football moves to 2-0 with road win at V-V-S

September 18, 2021

VERONA — Homer Trojans head coach Gary Podsiedlik preached patience to his offense after falling behind 21-14 to the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Red Devils at halftime Friday evening. The Trojans responded by scoring 16 unanswered points to […]

Homer field hockey falls to Port Byron

September 17, 2021

HOMER — The Port Byron Panthers were just too far out of the Homer Trojans’ reach Thursday evening as the Trojans fell to the visiting Panthers, 2-1, at Homer High. The game was scoreless until […]

Cincy boys soccer wins another rout

September 14, 2021

CINCINNATUS — On Monday afternoon, the McGraw Eagles became the latest unfortunate souls to be fed to the Lions — the Cincinnatus Lions, that is. The Lions improved to 4-0 with a five-goal second-half outburst […]

Cortland ceremony honors victims of 9/11 attacks

September 13, 2021

Dressed in a toddler-sized firefighter costume, complete with a hat and his name on the coat, 2-year-old Huxley Reynolds joined members of the Cortland Fire Department Saturday at Courthouse Park in Cortland to honor the […]

Homer field hockey falls to Auburn

September 10, 2021

HOMER — A goal 6:40 into the first quarter was enough for the Auburn Maroons to take the wind out of the Homer Trojans’ sails and net a 1-0 victory in field hockey action Thursday […]

9/11: 20 years later

September 8, 2021

Almost 20 years since the Sept. 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, Cortland Police Chief Paul Sandy remains a bit emotional. “It brings up some horrific memories of the newscasts that were going on that day and […]

Microd club makes racing accessible

August 29, 2021

Alex “A.J.” Burgess said he’s won three microd races in his eight seasons competing. “I have never been one of those guys that had to be the winner,” the 65-year-old said. It was about being […]

Dryden residents oppose eminent domain for trail

August 21, 2021

DRYDEN — Dryden residents told town officials they don’t want land to be acquired by eminent domain for the Dryden Rail Trail, but the supervisor said there’s a sticking point on building a pedestrian bridge […]

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