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Local Teams Hopeful

By Perry L. Novak Play begins October 20 for the Section III boys soccer tournament and many Mohawk Valley-area schools are among the contenders. Whether any can claim one of the five Class titles remains to be seen as none are top ranked. Class C finds five local teams involved and No. 3 Cooperstown has the highest seed. The Hawkeyes have a bye into the quarterfinals...Read More

Sauquoit Valley Earns Top Seed; Poland, New Hartford Also Receive High Seeds

By Nick Sardina The regular season is in the books and it’s time for the top girls soccer teams to decide who the best of the best is. The sectional...Read More

NH Girls Wrap Up Unbeaten League Season

By Perry L. Novak Mohawk – The first time New Hartford’s state-ranked girls soccer team beat Central Valley Academy it was by a 7-0 score....Read More

HP Wins Boys Side, Clinton Tops Girls

Perry L. Novak Sophomore’s scoring leads Clinton girls past Poland Poland – Clinton’s track record against state-ranked girls soccer...Read More

Spartans Close Out Perfect League Record

By Nick Sardina ROME – The time is now for the New Hartford Spartans girls soccer team. The Spartans are ranked sixth in the state and have already clinched...Read More

SUNY Morrisville Slips Past Pioneers

Courtesy of Utica College Sports Information Dept.  Utica, NY – The Utica College men’s soccer team lost to visiting Morrisville State 2-0...Read More

Poland, Old Forge Remain Knotted Atop CSC Division IV

By Nick Sardina POLAND – During Monday’s clash of teams with huge postseason aspirations, both Poland and Old Forge proved why they are two of the...Read More

Second Half Surge Lifts RFA over Whitesboro

Rome, NY – Even though she wasn’t necessarily expected to at the start of Thursday’s match against Whitesboro, RFA girls’ soccer...Read More

Poland blanks Remsen as Mikayla Blumenstock scores four goals

By Perry L. Novak Poland – After Thursday’s league game, Poland girls soccer coach Tom Basel applauded his team’s effort then stressed...Read More

George leads Dolgeville past Frankfort-Schuyler

By Perry L. Novak Frankfort – Sarah George’s quick strike ability to score helped Dolgeville’s girls soccer team to a 1-1 tie in the...Read More