- Local Sports
- Thursday, May 2, 2013
Edmonds wins Big South track title in 5k for Liberty
Two weeks after breaking the 14-minute barrier at the Stanford Invitational, Edmonds won a Big South Conference title and finished second in another event. He won the 5k on April 20 with a time of 14:26.14, more than two seconds ahead of teammate Josh MacDonald. On April 18, he finished second in the 10k.Continued ...
Cring has perfect game
Four days after throwing a no-hitter against Westmoreland, Cooperstown senior Nicole Cring pitched a perfect game against Morrisville-Eaton.Continued ...
- Sports Briefs
Henderson steals roster spot for Classic
Rickey Henderson will be up and running in Cooperstown on May 25.Continued ...
Freshman coming up big for CCS baseball
Freshman pitcher Ray Cabrera struck out six batters over four innings, getting a win in relief during Cooperstown's 12-4 home win over Morrisville-Eaton on Friday.Continued ...
Wildcats remain unbeaten
Addy Lawson doubled and scored, and Kaley Chase homered during a four-run ninth inning that lifted unbeaten Milford to a 7-3 Tri-Valley League softball victory at Schenevus on Tuesday.Continued ...
Cider Run 5K results
On Saturday, 330 people finished the Fly Creek Cider Mill’s first 5 k race. The run and 3 k walk was held to raise money for the United Way of Delaware and Otsego Counties. Brett Sherwood, 38, was the first male to finish the 5 k. He set the pace at 17:32. Jeff Bishop came in second at 18:51 and Mark King placed third with a time of 19:05. Emma Spinosa, 31, was the first woman to cross the finish line at 21:25.
- Wednesday, May 1, 2013
Get the scores from the week here.Continued ...
- Thursday, April 25, 2013
CYB to celebrate opening day on Saturday
Cooperstown Youth Baseball will honor Martin Richard, the 8-year-old who died in the Boston Marathon bombings, by flying a flag from his baseball league in the group's opening day parade on Saturday in Hartwick.Continued ...
Birthday game becomes a present for Hall and her team
For her 17th birthday, Maggie Hall got some nice presents.Continued ...
Cring pitches no hitter
Nicole Cring had a big week for Cooperstown softball. She tossed a no hitter on Monday and was named MVP of the Mudville Tournament on Saturday.Continued ...
Coop Hoops starts first season
The inaugural season of the Coop Hoop girls seventh-grade AAU basketball team is under way thanks to the generous support of many local organizations and individuals.Continued ...
Turkey season begins May 1
Youth turkey hunters were able to get an early start to the season thanks to The Youth Wild Turkey Hunt Weekend held April 20-21.Continued ...
- Wednesday, April 24, 2013
Matt Frevele's 44 on the par-35 front nine of the Leatherstocking Golf Course led Cooperstown to a 204-234 victory over visiting Owen D. Young.Continued ...
- Thursday, April 18, 2013
Cooperstown shuts down Mount Markham
Nicole Cring struck out 16 batters and drove in four RBIs as Cooperstown won its home softball opener on Monday, beating Mount Markham 15-0.Continued ...
Pohl talks about pro-ball experience
After spring training in Arizona, Phil Pohl said he finds Wisconsin to be a lot like home.Continued ...
- Sports Roundup
- Bowling results
- Thursday, April 11, 2013
Pohl starts his first full season of pro ball
Cooperstown graduate Phil Pohl will begin his first full season in minor league baseball in a place called Pohlman Field. Pohl has been assigned to the Beloit (Wis.) Snappers of the Class A Midwest League.Continued ...
Wildcats feature sophomore-dominant team
Milford returns six starters and 10 key players from last year's strong team, but that doesn't mean coach Andrew Griffiths knows exactly what he has to work with for this year's squad.Continued ...