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NYSSWA High School Baseball State Rankings as of 5/15 – Class A: Whitesboro #6……Class B: Canastota #4, Holland Patent #5, V-V-S #16….Class C: Oriskany #3, LIttle Falls #18….Class D: Brookfield #16…..
NYSSWA High School Softball State Rankings as of 5/13: Class A: Whitesboro #26…..Class B: Oneida #4, Cazenovia #19, Adirondack #28….Class C: West Canada Valley #15, Oriskany #19, Utica Notre Dame #22 ….Class D: Stockbridge Valley #11 Hamilton #13, Madison #16, Poland #25 …..Follow us on Facebook at Midyorksports and on Twitter @midyorksports….We are Central New York’s Most Consistent, Focused Source for Amateur Athletics News!



  • Knights Edge Raiders In Pitchers' Duel

    Jake Beer, Timely Hits Carry Holland Patent

    by Nick Sardina

    HOLLAND PATENT — Fittingly, ‘Senior Night’ belonged to Holland Patent’s seniors. Jake Beer pitched a five-hit shutout, striking out 14, while fellow seniors Jeff Sobel and Connor Stalker had back-to-back hits to account for the lone run of the game as the Golden Knights earned a tight 1-0 victory Thursday afternoon against visiting Canastota. The win gives the Golden Knights (10-1, 15-1) a two-game lead in Center State Conference Division 1 with three games to play. Back on April 24, it was Canastota ace Sam DiGeorge and...Read More

  • Redskins Pull Even With West Canada Valley

    Hoehn Sisters Lead Oriskany Victory

    by Nick Sardina

    ROME — Oriskany’s Matteson Hoehn had everything going during Wednesday’s Center State Conference tilt against West Canada Valley. Hoehn threw a one-hitter, scored the game-tying run in the sixth, and then drove home the game-winner in the bottom of the seventh as the Redskins edged the Indians 2-1 at Kost Softball Fields. The victory pulled Oriskany even with West Canada Valley atop the CSC Division 3 standings. Both teams sit at 9-1 in the conference and 12-1 overall with three games to play.     “I rely on my...Read More

  • Red Devil Pitchers Leave Jugglers Feeling Blue

    VVS Sweeps Baseball Twin Bill From Notre Dame

    by Josh McMullen

    VERONA, NY –It’s been a long, long time since the Vernon-Verona-Sherrill Red Devils have seen a baseball field. The rain plaguing the Mohawk Valley forced the Red Devils, along with many other local teams, indoors for practice and most games washed away with the rain. That is why it felt so good to VVS head coach Chad Hodkinson when Notre Dame asked him for a doubleheader. “We haven’t played since last Thursday,” Hodkinson said. “It was all Notre Dame’s idea, and we said we would do it. Give us a parking...Read More

High School

Hoehn Sisters Lead Oriskany Victory

ROME — Oriskany’s Matteson Hoehn had everything going during Wednesday’s Center State Conference tilt against...Read More

College

Generals Hope Third Time Is The Charm In NJCAA D-III Championships

HERKIMER, NY — The nets have been cut down for the third straight year at Herkimer College, and the Generals are primed...Read More

Youth Sports

Wolfpack Set To Howl North Of The Border

Whitesboro, NY— 1/29/2019 — Whitestown Youth Hockey Association is proud to announce that the Pee-Wee 12U Travel team will be attending the Coupe de Monde and International Pee-Wee BSR Tournaments in Quebec,...Read More

Whitesboro’s Nina Steeper Competes At National Event

Whitesboro’s Nina Steeper is competing this week at the All-American Softball Games, in Sanford, Florida. Steeper,...Read More