Senior Caleb Edmonds, a Cooperstown graduate, helped Liberty University win the Big South Cross Country Championship two weekends ago.
Edmonds finished 16th for the Flames, who won with 40 points. He completed the 8-kilometer course at VMI in 27 minutes, 12.32 seconds.
Also, Edmonds earned Big South Men’s Scholar-Athlete honors for cross country this season. He’s a biology major.
Edmonds’ fastest time this season over 8,000 meters came in the Virginia Panorama Farms Invitational. He crossed in 24:12.6.
On Sept. 21, Edmonds earned his first college victory in the Big South Preview at Buena Vista, Fla. He won in 26:12.
Liberty will compete in the NCAA Division I Southeast Regionals at Earlysville, Va., on Friday.
Brockport State’s Baker (Oneonta High) had 18 kills and eight digs in her freshman volleyball season.
Brockport went 10-21.
Oneonta High graduates Bryce Wooden and Camden Palmeter have helped Brockport’s football to a 6-3 start this season.
Wooden, a sophomore linebacker, has seven tackles, including one for a loss.
Palmeter, a junior defensive lineman, has five tackles, including a sack.
Brockport’s coaching staff also includes Sidney graduate Aaron Zurn and Unatego graduate Joe Innes.
Oneonta High graduate Georgia, a sophomore, helped Mohawk Valley Community College’s soccer team to a runner-up finish in the NJCAA Division III tournament.
The Hawks fell to Brookdale CC, 4-3, in the final Sunday at Tompkins Cortland CC. MVCC won the national title in Georgia’s freshman season.
Before the loss to Brookdale, MVCC beat Richland, 3-1, Thursday before downing Holyoke, 3-0, on Friday.
According to the website stats.njcaa.org, Georgia had four goals and one assist this season.
MVCC finished the season at 17-3.
Dan and Jacob Joseph
Oneonta High graduates and brothers Jacob and Dan Joseph are played soccer for Muhlenberg College.
Jacob, a senior, appeared in 14 games, including 12 starts. He had one goal on the season.