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CLINTON – It’s a new era for the Clinton boys soccer team. Longtime head coach Gil Palladino retired last October following a heartbreaking 1-0 overtime...Read More

Utica-  To say that the Tri-Valley Girls Soccer Leagues (East and West) are going to be evenly matched this season, would be an understatement. Sure,...Read More

By Nick Sardina ORISKANY – Westmoreland quarterback Tyler Deveans couldn’t have started his senior season any better. Deveans rushed for 227 yards...Read More

By Nick Sardina WHITESBORO – In a wild, physical battle between local rivals, it was Proctor’s Raiders that struck the final blow in a 14-10 nonleague...Read More

By Perry Novak Poland – There are some very good opponents standing in the way of Poland as it tries to win a fourth straight Section III girls soccer...Read More

By Perry L Novak Herkimer – Last season, Canastota’s post-season hopes ended in a lopsided loss to Herkimer. The Raiders fell to the Magicians...Read More

By Perry Novak Little Falls – Little Falls girls soccer opener went a lot better than Owen D. Young’s. The latter began play last week with a pair of tournament losses. LF began play in 2015 against ODY and did so in a big way, winning 15-0 in a league crossover game. “We’re fighting numbers again this year,” Wildcats coach Mike Nasypany said....Read More

By Jeff Pexton Whitesboro – The Proctor Lady Raiders and the Whitesboro Lady Warriors kicked off the 2015 high school fall sports season with a 3-3...Read More

By Perry L. Novak   Herkimer – Cristina Damiano transferred to Canastota from Pennsylvania this summer and wasted no time making a great impression. On the final day of August, the senior led her girls tennis team to a thrilling 3-2 win at Herkimer in what was the season opener for both squads. “I was nervous at the end, especially when it was deuce,”...Read More

By Perry Novak Athletic Directors face many challenges in high school, from scheduling contests and buses to ordering equipment to evaluating their staff to parent complaints. Few will have as much pressure as Camden’s Aaron Fiorini. Aaron Fiorini Submitted Photo   When Aaron Carey left his position as Camden AD at the end of summer to become a principal at...Read More