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By Perry L. Novak Just because the World Series ended Sunday night didn’t mean Sophia Abounader and Gabby Ellixson were going to stop playing ball...Read More

By Perry L. Novak Manlius – Afterward, a longtime Section III coach said she could not recall if any championship game in the 43-year history of...Read More

By Perry L. Novak Fulton – Sauquoit Valley’s girls soccer team successfully defended its Section III Class C title Saturday with a superb...Read More

By Perry L. Novak Rome – Beating a storied football program like Dolgeville once in a season is an impressive accomplishment. Twice? Well, that’s...Read More

By Nick Sardina CHITTENANGO – Just 12 months ago, the Whitesboro Warriors held a 35-10 lead at the half, but were outscored 28-0 in the second half in...Read More

 By Perry L. Novak Chittenango – The Poland girls soccer team saw its bid for a fourth straight Section III Class D title ended Thursday night. And it was only fitting that the team that gave Coach Tom Basel’s Tornadoes their toughest tests in 2012-14 was the one that snapped the streak in the semifinals. Led by All-State midfielder Claire Stackel’s...Read More

By Nick Sardina CAMDEN – The New Hartford Spartans girls soccer team had allowed just 13 goals all season entering Thursday evening’s Class A semifinal...Read More

  Chittenango –  All it took was one goal for New York State’s #1 ranked Sauquoit Valley Lady Indians Soccer Team to defeat Beaver River in the Section III Semifinal and move on to the Championship Game. The Lady Indians, seeded #1 in the Class “C” Tournament,  are the defending Section III Champion and improved to (19-0) on the 2015 season....Read More

By Nick Sardina UTICA – Not even an ugly game-ending brawl could dampen Proctor High School’s first playoff victory since 2011. The Raiders, behind...Read More

By Perry L. Novak   Westmoreland – Onondaga’s football team could not have asked for a faster start at the start of the Class D playoffs. Coach...Read More