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  • Balanced Frankfort Too Much for ND

    Madia, Traut Lead Lady Knights Past Jugglers 6-2

    Frankfort's Courtney Madia (10) settles a ball in front of the ND goal, as Jugglers defender Sophie Whittenbeck (13) looks to break up the play. Madia had two goals in Frankfort's 6-2 win. (Photo by - Jeff Pexton - Perfect Game Imaging).
    by Josh McMullen

    FRANKFORT, NY– It’s safe to say this is a rebuilding year for the Notre Dame Jugglers girls soccer team. “It’s very hard,” Jugglers head coach Kristin Fitzgerald said. “We’re making the transition from modified right to varsity with most of them.” This transition was especially evident on Thursday night, where they faced a Frankfort-Schuyler team that had outscored their opponents 15-1 during their current four-game winning streak. Unfortunately, where the Jugglers are young in all the wrong places, it was some...Read More

  • Defense Dominates As New Hartford Blanks CVA

    Spartans Shut Out Thunder In Battle Of TVL Division Leaders

    New Hartford's defense was solid the entire game. Here, Cassie Keady (8) stops CVA's Reilly Rich (15) during first half action. (Photo by- Jeff Pexton - Perfect Game Imaging)
    by Nick Sardina

    NEW HARTFORD – In a matchup of Tri Valley League division leaders, it was New Hartford’s solid back line making the difference. Led by Cassie Keady, Sidney Restivo, Brooke Manderson and Abby Barringer, the Spartans held the high-powered Central Valley Thunder scoreless in a 2-0 victory Thursday at Don Edick Field. New Hartford (7-0, 8-3) also edged the Thunder 2-1 earlier in the season and have handed CVA (8-1, 8-2) its only two losses of the season. To hold CVA’s offense – led by star freshman forward Reilly Rich – to one goal over...Read More

  • Adirondack Swimmers Edge RFA In CSC Meet

    Burr Wins Four Events As Wildcats Hold Off Black Knights

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    by Nick Sardina

    ROME – Adirondack’s Makenna Burr is driven to chase records. The senior swim star didn’t set any records Tuesday, but was part of four victories to help lead the Wildcats to a 102-83 victory at Rome Free Academy in a Center State Conference meet. Burr won the 200 individual medley, the 100 butterfly, and was part of victories in the 200 medley relay and 400 freestyle relay. The victory keeps the Wildcats (8-0, 9-1) on track to win another league title. “We were league champions last year and hope to win another this year,” Burr said. “We...Read More


Madia, Traut Lead Lady Knights Past Jugglers 6-2

Posted on: Sep 30 2016 - 2:32am | #0
In: Frankfort, High School, Recent News, Soccer, Utica Notre Dame
Josh McMullen
Frankfort's Courtney Madia (10) settles a ball in front of the ND goal, as Jugglers defender Sophie Whittenbeck (13) looks to break up the play. Madia had two goals in Frankfort's 6-2 win. (Photo by - Jeff Pexton - Perfect Game Imaging).

FRANKFORT, NY– It’s safe to say this is a rebuilding year for the Notre Dame Jugglers girls soccer team. “It’s very hard,” Jugglers head coach Kristin Fitzgerald said. “We’re making the transition from modified right to varsity with most of them.” This transition was especially evident on Thursday night, where they faced a Frankfort-Schuyler team that had outscored their opponents 15-1 during their current four-game winning streak. Unfortunately, where the Jugglers are young in all the wrong places, it was some of the youngest players for the Maroon Knights that stepped up on Thursday at Lieutenant Ferraro Field.     Freshman Hailey Traut and sophomore Courtney Madia both had two goals, while seniors...Read More

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Burr Wins Four Events As Wildcats Hold Off Black Knights

ROME – Adirondack’s Makenna Burr is driven to chase records. The senior swim star didn’t set any records Tuesday, but was part of four victories to help lead the Wildcats to a 102-83 victory at Rome Free Academy in a Center State Conference meet. Burr won the 200 individual medley, the 100 butterfly, and was part of victories in the 200 medley relay and 400...Read More

Posted on: Sep 28 2016 - 1:20am | #0
In: Adirondack, Girls Swimming, High School, Recent News, Rome
Nick Sardina
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District 10 Champs Top Penfield 4-3

Bronx, NY –  The amazing run by the New Hartford Little League 11/12 year old All-Stars took another giant leap forward this...Read More

New Hartford's Will Gall (10) locks in on a 3rd inning solo homer (Photo by Jeff Pexton - Perfect Game Imaging)
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Locals Advance to Face Rotterdam in Section 2 Play

New Hartford – Will Gall couldn’t have picked a better time to hit his first home run. With 2 outs in the top of the 3rd...Read More

Kaleb Albro Powers Oneida Past ND

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UTICA, NY– Going into Saturday’s game against defending Class C champion Notre Dame, Oneida head coach Jason Fuller had a simple plan for practice. “We went back...Read More

Hungry Mexico Football Team Improves to 3-1

Thunder running back Trent Ingraham bursts through a log jam for a CVA gain (Photo By - Rick Surprenant - Fieldzone Photography).

Ilion – Central Valley Academy and Mexico ended Friday’s Class B East football game with identical 3-1 records. For the two hours they played each other, they were anything but even. The Tigers scored on their opening possession, recovered a fumble on the ensuing kickoff and marched from there for a second score and never looked back in a 31-0 victory. “I knew they were the best...Read More

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Pioneers Drop 18th Ranked Polar Bears In Dramatic Fashion

Courtesy of Utica College Sports Information Dept. Utica, NY – The Utica College football team rallied from a 17 point...Read More