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Longtime Cooperstown Central School coach and athletic director Dave Bertram announced Monday, June 22, that he would be leaving the district to become the athletic director at Mohonasen Central School.


NYSPHSAA took a small step toward staging a fall sports season jeopardized by the COVID-19 pandemic Friday, June 12, by releasing guidelines for summer conditioning programs.


Senior athletes took the brunt of the cancellation of the spring sports season as the COVID-19 pandemic took away the opportunity to close out their careers on their own terms.


As the state champion in the triple jump during the winter track and field season, Unatego’s Jacob Haqq was set to enter his senior spring season as one of the favorites for another state title.


Just minutes after Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced New York schools and universities would continue distance learning through the end of the academic year, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association followed with the announcement that all of the state’s sections had canceled thei…

Bob Zeh has been around the local basketball scene since The Beatles were topping the Billboard charts, but more than 50 years later, the Jefferson native is still finding success as the Unatego girls basketball coach.

With Gov. Andrew Cuomo extending New York’s stay-at-home order to May 15 on Thursday, April 16, the window to complete the already-delayed spring season of high school sports got even tighter.

The Basketball Coaches Association of New York released its award-winners for the 2019-20 season, with several local athletes and coaches being recognized.


Dr. Robert Zayas, the executive director of the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association, said Monday that it was with great disappointment that his organization had elected to cancel the remaining winter state championships.


The New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association announced Monday, March 23, that it was canceling its remaining winter state championships because of concerns over the spread of COVID-19.


According to a tweet from Dr. Robert Zayas, executive director of the New York State Public High School Athletic Association, there will be no state basketball tournaments, and any remaining championships are canceled.

Oneonta senior boys basketball player Graham Wooden announced Sunday, March 22, his decision to play collegiate basketball for Mansfield University.

Concerns about the spread of COVID-19 finally affected local high schools sports Thursday, March 12, as the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association announced in a press release on its website that all winter championships were “postponed indefinitely.”

While playoffs for local high school teams have not yet been affected, potential schedule changes crept closer Wednesday as the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association announced its first changes because of concerns about the spread of COVID-19.

Senior boys basketball players from across the Midstate Athletic Conference gathered in Sidney for an exhibition basketball game Tuesday, March 10, with a team from Delaware and Otsego counties edging a squad from Chenango and Broome counties, 104-96, in overtime.

Unatego’s Jacob Haqq recorded a leap of 46-11.25 to win the boys triple and claim state gold Saturday, March 7, during the NYSPHSAA Indoor Track and Field State Championships at the Ocean Breeze Athletic Complex on Staten Island.

ONEONTA — South Kortright's dominance over the Delaware League in girls basketball extended to a section title Saturday, March 7, with a 48-25 win over fourth seed Stamford in the Section IV Class D girls basketball finals at SUNY Oneonta's Dewar Arena. 

ONEONTA — A 14-4 third-quarter run helped top seed Marathon speed past second-seeded South Kortright en route to a 51-45 win in the Section IV Class D boys basketball championship Saturday, March 7, at SUNY Oneonta's Dewar Arena. 

ALBANY — While zero local wrestlers left the 2020 NYSPHSAA Wrestling Championships with a gold medal, they all took home something possibly even more valuable from the Times Union Center: the chance to try again next year.

ONEONTA — A 32-point second half pushed second-seeded South Kortright past No. 3 Franklin, 50-29, in a Section IV Class D girls basketball semifinal at SUNY Oneonta’s Dewar Arena, Wednesday, March 4.

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