October 28, 2021

Blake’s slam advances Cortland

June 9, 2021

CORTLANDVILLE — If you’re going to win a championship, you need to be able to respond to adversity. The No. 1 seed Cortland Purple Tigers did just that, erasing a 2-0 deficit with six runs […]

Homer dominates rivalry game

April 14, 2021

CORTLAND — For the Homer Trojans, Tuesday’s game against the Cortland Purple Tigers meant many things. It was the final game for the seniors. It was a chance to continue their win streak against their […]

Golden Eagles win, but lose Riter to injury

March 3, 2021

A night of celebration turned to cause for concern for the Cortland-Homer Golden Eagles, while in basketball action, in contrast to Monday’s defensive battles, there was plenty of offense to go around. BOYS’ HOCKEY Cortland-Homer […]

Golden Eagles blank CBA for first win

February 13, 2021

SKANEATELES — Wednesday’s loss to defending state champion Skaneateles was not without some positives that the Cortland-Homer Golden Eagles could build on this season. What they built Friday was a sight to behold — a […]

Tompkins OKs high-risk sports

January 28, 2021

ITHACA — High school athletes in Tompkins County got good news Wednesday when Public Health Director Frank Kruppa approved high-risk sports to restart on Feb. 1. “Contact sports bring people close together and increase the […]

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 […]

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