Cherry Valley-Springfield had three players score double-figure points in a 56-24 win over Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville on Saturday, Dec. 14, at Herkimer County Community College in the HCCC Hoops Classic.
Delhi had five players score in double digits and made double-digit 3-pointers for the second consecutive game in a 79-27 non-league boys basketball win over Hunter-Tannersville on Saturday, Dec. 14, in the final of its Shalkey-Mokay Tournament.
Natalie Brotherton’s 28 assists were not enough as Cooperstown volleyball snapped a two-match win streak with a 3-1 home loss to Center State Conference Division III foe Mount Markham on Saturday, Dec. 14.
The Daily Star’s 2019 boys soccer awards featured a pair of previous winners, as Oneonta High School junior Matt Shultz was named Player of the Year for the second consecutive season and Cherry Valley-Springfield coach Terri Adams was named Coach of the Year for the third time.
ONEONTA — In an early-season clash of two undefeated squads, Oneonta remained perfect with a 48-46 overtime win over Unatego in non-league girls basketball Friday, Dec. 13, at Drago Gymnasium.
Delhi boys basketball hit 11 3-pointers and got points from 11 players to rout S.S. Seward, 84-30, in the first round of its Shalkey-Mokay Tournament on Friday, Dec. 13.
Claire Converse finished with seven points and a team-best 14 rebounds to lead Unadilla Valley to a 37-21 over Bainbridge-Guilford in the first round of the Sherburne-Earlville Tournament on Friday, Dec. 13.
Sarah Lewis totaled 23 points as Cherry Valley-Springfield outscored host Edmeston, 27-5, in the fourth quarter to turn an otherwise close game into a 72-45 blowout Thursday, Dec. 12, in Tri-Valley League girls basketball action.
Josh Martin again led Edmeston, recording 17 points as the Class D Panthers defeated Class C competition for the second consecutive day, earning a 51-41 non-league win over host Unadilla Valley on Thursday, Dec. 12.
Cooperstown-Milford wrestling owned the lower weight classes, but pins at the four highest classes saw visiting Dolgeville/Oppenheim-Ephratah-St. Johnsville earn a 48-39 decision Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Sophia Wakin and Sylvia Liddle led Delhi to a 40-22 win over visiting Deposit/Hancock on Wednesday, Dec. 11, in Midstate Athletic Conference girls basketball.
Cooperstown earned its first win of the season in its first home game, a 77-75 decision over Herkimer, with the help of a 31-point, 24-rebound double-double from junior John Kennedy.
When Unatego downed host Walton, 71-35, in Midstate Athletic Conference girls basketball action Tuesday, Dec. 10, the Spartans chalked up a fourth win on the season.
Ava Eichler’s 21 points paced Oneonta as the Yellowjackets rode a 32-8 lead after one quarter to a 69-53 win over Chenango Forks on Tuesday, Dec. 10, in Southern Tier Athletic Conference play at Oneonta High School.
The Unatego girls soccer season may be over, but the accolades continue to pour in as coach Sue Herodes was named The Daily Star Coach of the Year and goalie Meghan Perry was named Player of the Year.
Lawson Williams had seven of his team-best 11 points in the third quarter but host Milford fell to Madison, 70-37, in the first round of the Anton Remy Tournament on Friday, Dec. 6.
Eric Wilkinson hit a pair of big shots, one to force overtime and another for the decisive lead in the second overtime, to give Harpursville a dramatic 59-57 victory over Sharon Springs in the first round of Milford’s Anton Remy Tournament on Thursday, Dec. 5.
Ava Eichler scored 26 points as Oneonta erased an early deficit to take down visiting Vestal, 59-43, Wednesday, Dec. 4, in the Yellowjackets’ season opener.
Meghan Perry and Morgan Perry each scored eight points as Unatego overcame a cold night offensively to win its first game of the season, 32-29, over host Windsor on Tuesday, Dec. 3.
Cella Schnabel scored eight of her game-high 13 points in the third quarter to lead host Delhi to a 40-27 non-league win over Marathon in the Bulldogs’ first game of the season Saturday, Nov. 29.
Brady Young converted four free throws in the last minute of the game to lead Richfield Springs to a 64-60 win over Sauquoit Valley in the first round of its Tip-Off Tournament Friday Nov. 29.
Oneonta outscored Vestal, 27-15, in a big third quarter to win the second game of the Anthony C. Drago Tournament, 59-42, and improve to 2-0 on the season Tuesday, Nov. 26.
Graham Wooden scored 33 points as Oneonta overcame Newfield, 68-57, to open its season with a win in the 61st Anthony C. Drago Tournament at Oneonta High School.
The Delhi girls cross country team claimed the program’s first state title since 1981, and the Bulldogs took second on the boys side in frigid temperatures at the NYSPHSAA Class D Cross Country Championships on Saturday, Nov. 16, at SUNY Plattsburgh.
CORTLAND — Stillwater scored the game's lone goal with three minutes left in the first half to win a second consecutive NYSPHSAA Class C girls soccer championship and deny Unatego its first such title Sunday, Nov. 17, at SUNY Cortland.
CORTLAND – For the past two seasons, Unatego has been a "young" team. While that is unlikely to be the case in 2020, the Spartans' recent seasons have already produced plenty to be proud of - and the show isn't over yet.
CORTLAND — It probably was not how they drew it up, but the Unatego Spartans are moving on to the NYSPHSAA Class C girls soccer state final.
NORWICH – Unatego clinched its first-ever trip to the girls soccer state semifinals with a 2-0 win over Little Falls on Saturday, Nov. 9, in a NYSPHSAA Class C regional final.
LIVERPOOL – After playing Skaneateles to a 0-0 tie in the first half against a strong south-to-north wind, Oneonta looked like it was on course for a state semifinal appearance.
JOHNSON CITY – With temperatures below freezing and a dusting of snow coating the field, Walton came up empty-handed in the Section IV Class D final, dropping a 44-36 classic to Tioga.
For the third straight season, Oneonta is headed to the Class B regional final in the NYSPHSAA boys soccer tournament. But this time the opponent is not the Westhill Warriors.
Second-seeded Bainbridge-Guilford began its campaign for a third consecutive Section IV Class D volleyball championship with an authoritative 3-0 win at home over seven seed Oxford on Tuesday, Nov. 5, in the quarterfinal round.
Monday’s edition of The Daily Star featured a name perhaps familiar to local residents, found in a news story about an event familiar to people across the country.
Emma Walley finished with game highs for aces and kills as eighth-seeded Walton erased a two-set deficit to defeat visiting nine seed Delhi, 3-2 (27-29, 17-25, 25-13, 25-21, 26-24), Monday, Nov. 4, in a first-round match of the Section IV Class D volleyball tournament.
This Week's Circulars
ONEONTA - Arline Attanasso, 89, of Oneonta, passed away on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2019, at A.O. Fox Nursing Home in Oneonta. She was born on June 22, 1930, in Brooklyn, the daughter of the late Sidney A. and Victoreen (Maher) Walter. On May 13, 1950, Arline married Joseph Attanasso in Queens. Jo…
ONEONTA - Richard DiMartin, 88, of Oneonta, passed away on Dec. 12, 2019. He was born on Oct. 14, 1931, in Oneonta, the son of Don and Hazel (Hamilton) DiMartin. Dick attended St. Mary's School and Oneonta High School, graduating in 1949. He enlisted in the United States Army in August 1949,…
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