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SCOREBOARD (2016-08-29)
BOYS SOCCER
DRYDEN
WAVERLY

TIOGA
MORAVIA

GIRLS SOCCER
WAVERLY
DRYDEN

MORAVIA
TIOGA

FIELD HOCKEY

WALTON
TIOGA
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SCOREBOARD (2016-08-26)
FOOTBALL
SAYRE ......... 6
WYALUSING . 18

ATHENS ...... 56
C.VALLEY ..... 6
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NTL JV FOOTBALL: ATHENS-CV GAME POSTPONED (2016-08-23)
Valley Sports Report
ATHENS — The Athens-Cowanesque Valley junior varsity football game scheduled for here Monday evening has been postponed due to low numbers for the Wildcats.

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SCOREBOARD

NTL GOLF

Match #1
Shepard Hills, Par-72


1. N.TIOGA ....... 339
2. WELLSBORO .. 376
3. NEB ............ 394
4. SAYRE ......... 401
5. MANSFIELD ... 420
6. TOWANDA .... 425
7. ATHENS ....... 438

Individual
1. Adriance, NT, 75
2. Murrelle, Say, 78
3. Vargeson,, NT, 82
4. Bennett, Wells, 83
5. Kennedy, Ath, 84
6. Shaw, Mans, 86
7. Watkins, NEB, 87
8. Tuttle, Wells, 88
8. Hitchcock, Wyl, 88
10. Fitzwater, NT, 90
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HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL: SCRIMMAGE SCHEDULE FOR VALLEY TEAMS (2016-08-16)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — Each of the four Valley football teams will have one scrimmage this year with the reduced preseason limiting Athens and Sayre to just one, instead of the normal two.

The scrimmage schedule is as follows:

Saturday
Susquehanna at Athens, 9:30 a.m.
Towanda at Sayre, noon.

Saturday, Aug. 27
Tioga, Owego, Sus. Valley at Vestal, 10 a.m.
U-E at Waverly, 6 p.m.
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CHOICE SPORTS RADIO ANNOUNCES 2016 HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL BROADCAST SCHEDULE (2016-08-14)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — The Choice Radio (WATS / WAVR) Sports team will kick off the 2016 football broadcast schedule Aug 26 at Wyalusing in one of two road games being aired this season.

With Mike Miller and Bob Baker behind the mic again this season, Choice Sports will feature three games apiece featuring Athens, Sayre, and Waverly, as well as two Tioga games. ...more

BOYS BASKETBALL: OWEGO WINS WAVERLY SUMMER LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP (2016-07-25)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — The regular-season champion Owego Indians captured the playoff championship of the Waverly Summer League as well here Wednesday night with a, 55-48, win over Waverly.
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YOUTH FOOTBALL: FINAL SIGN-UPS FOR WAVERLY YOUTH FOOTBALL SET FOR JULY 20, JULY 27 (2016-07-18)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — The Waverly Recreation Department will be holding the final sign-ups for travel football and cheerleading in the Recreation office at Waverly Village Hall on July 20 and July 27 from 6-7 p.m. ...more

YOUTH BASEBALL: WAVERLY REC. BABE RUTH TEAMS PLAYING SERIES OF GAMES AGAINST ELMIRA BABE RUTH (2016-07-18)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — The Waverly Recreation Babe Ruth baseball program will be playing a schedule of games against the Elmira Babe Ruth program over the next nine days.
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IAC BOYS SOCCER: DEFENDING DIVISION TITLE WILL BE CHALLENGE FOR TIGERS IN 2016 (2016-08-29)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — Rookie Tioga boys soccer coach Josh Robinson’s first year on the sidelines for the Tigers features a pair of challenges — defending a division title and doing it with just 11 players on the ro ...more

IAC BOYS SOCCER: WAVERLY'S PICCO COUNTING ON VETERANS TO LEAD THE WAY IN 2016 (2016-08-29)
BY TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Second-year Waverly boys soccer coach Joe Picco is searching for the right mix in 2016 and needs his veterans to lead the way.
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IAC GIRLS SOCCER: TIOGA'S WALSH HAS HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR SENIOR-LADEN GROUP IN 2016 (2016-08-29)
BY TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — Tioga girls soccer coach Jim Walsh returns a senior-laden team in 2016 and with those seniors, he believes there’s comes pressure to win this year.
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ON TAP TODAY: SOCCER, FIELD HOCKEY HIGHLIGHT DAY 1 OF NEW YORK STATE SPORTS (2016-08-29)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — The New York state high school sports schedule opens this afternoon with soccer and field hockey on tap here at home. ...more

IAC GIRLS SOCCER: WAVERLY'S HOGAN BANKING ON EXPERIENCE OF YOUNG TEAM IN 2016 (2016-08-28)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Waverly girls soccer coach Tara Hogan is banking on her team’s experience and athleticism to bring favorable results in 2016.

“This is a pretty sound team,” said Hogan. “We’re starting from a good starting point. ...more

SECTION IV FIELD HOCKEY: TIOGA COACH HOPING SPEED, ATHLETICISM CAN OVERCOME HEAVY LOSSES (15 PHOTOS) (2016-08-28)
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — Tioga field hockey coach Heather Klossner is hoping athleticism and speed can help overcome heavy losses — due to graduation and players she expected back deciding not to play.
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YOUTH FOOTBALL: ALL THREE TIOGA TEAMS ROLL TO WINS OVER WINDSOR (10 PHOTOS) (2016-08-28)
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — The Tioga youth football teams racked up three impressive wins over Windsor here Saturday in the opening game of the 2016 Southern Tier Youth Football League season. ...more

THE FINAL WORD: FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED AT SATURDAY'S SCRIMMAGES (2016-08-28)
One day after Sayre and Athens opened their regular seasons, Tioga and Waverly played in their one and only preseason scrimmages Saturday.

Tioga took to the field in the morning against Class A Vestal and Class B Owego and Susquehanna Valley, while Waverly hosted Class A Union-Endicott.

There were several bright spots for both teams. Five things we learned Saturday:
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SECTION IV FOOTBALL: WAVERLY'S MILLER HAPPY WITH WOLVERINES' PERFORMANCE IN SCRIMMAGE (18 PHOTOS) (2016-08-27)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — With a brutal regular-season schedule ahead of them in 2016, the Waverly Wolverines squared off against Class A Union-Endicott Saturday night in a scrimmage, and longtime coach Jason Miller was happy with their performance. ...more

SECTION IV FOOTBALL: TIOGA'S AIELLO PLEASED WITH TIGERS' PERFORMANCE AGAINST "BIG BOYS" IN SCRIMMAGE (24 PHOTOS) (2016-08-27)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
VESTAL — The defending Class D state champion Tioga Tigers took the field in live action for the first time in 2016 in a four-way scrimmage against three much bigger schools, and coach Nick Aiello was pleased with his team’s performance. ...more

THE FINAL WORD: FIVE THINGS WE LEARNED FRIDAY NIGHT ... AND MORE (2016-08-27)
Welcome back to another year of high school sports and with the new season comes another season of The Final Word, in which I take a look at the previous night’s action and offer a few insights.

Let’s start the 2016-17 campaign with five things I learned Friday night:
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NTL FOOTBALL: ATHENS ROLLS TO 56-6 WIN OVER COWANESQUE VALLEY (2016-08-26)
Valley Sports Report
WEST FIELD, Pa. — Athens’ 56-6 win over Cowanesque Valley here Friday night couldn’t have been much more one-sided.

The Wildcat offense amassed 453 yards in total offense, while their defense held the Indians to minus-16 yards, including minus-30 yards rushing on 24 carries. ...more

NTL FOOTBALL: WYALUSING BESTS SAYRE, 18-6 (24 PHOTOS) (2016-08-27)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WYALUSING — One bad snap can change everything and Sayre found that out the hard way Friday night in an 18-6 loss to Wyalusing on the newly-minted Ray Raffin Field at Peterson Stadium in NTL season-opening football action. ...more

FROM THE PRESS BOX: A GLIMPSE INTO THE CRYSTAL BALL, AND WEEK 1 PICKS (2016-08-26)
The 2016 high school football season is upon us. Well, at least South of the Border the pigskins will be in the air tonight.

I have dusted off crystal ball and I can foresee the future in Athens and Sayre.
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ON TAP TODAY: ATHENS, SAYRE OPEN 2016 FOOTBALL SEASON ON THE ROAD (2016-08-26)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — The Pa. high school football season kicks off tonight with Athens and Sayre both on the road again non-divisional NTL foes.

Sayre will square off with Wyalusing on a night where longtime Wyalusing coach Ray Raffin will be honored with the field being named in his honor, while Athens makes the long haul to Cowanesque Valley. ...more

NTL FOOTBALL: ATHENS' YOUNG BELIEVES 'SPECIAL GROUP OF SENIORS' KEY TO WILDCATS' SUCCESS IN 2016 (2016-08-25)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
ATHENS — Longtime Athens football coach Jack Young see success for the Wildcats in 2016 being spearheaded by two groups — the offensive line and a large group of seniors.

“This is a special group of seniors,” said Young. “There’s a lot of pressure on them. It seems like it’s put-up or shut-up time, but I think this is their year.” ...more

NTL FOOTBALL: SAYRE COACH HAS HIGH EXPECTATIONS FOR SENIOR-LADEN TEAM IN 2016 (2016-08-25)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
SAYRE — Second-year Sayre football coach Steve Satterly is leading a senior-laden team onto the field in 2016 and he has high expectations for the season.

“There’s always pressure to win here,” said Satterly. “We’ve been almost there the last few years, but haven’t quite got over the top. ...more

WAVERLY REC. WILL HOST ANNUAL 3-ON-3 TOURNEY AT FALL FEST OCT. 8 (w / entry form) (2016-08-24)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Waverly Recreation will host its 9th annual 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament here Saturday, Oct. 8 at the Fall Fest on Broad Street.
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NTL GOLF: NORTHERN TIOGA WINS FIRST MATCH OF SEASON — SAYRE'S MURRELLE, ATHENS' KENNEDY FINISH IN TOP FIVE (21 PHOTOS) (2016-08-23)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Northern Tioga was the big winner here Tuesday afternoon in the opening match of the NTL golf season at The Club at Shepard Hills, but Sayre junior Ryan Murrelle and Athens senior Ryan Kennedy cracked the top five in the individual standings. ...more

ON TAP TODAY: NTL GOLF MATCH KICKS OFF 2016-17 SPORTS SEASON (2016-08-23)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — The 2016-17 high school gets under way this morning when the NTL golfers tee it up here at Shepard Hills at 10 a.m.
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NTL FOOTBALL: SAYRE'S SATTERLY SAW MIX OF POSITIVES AND AREAS OF CONCERN IN SCRIMMAGE AGAINST TOWANDA (18 PHOTOS) (2016-08-20)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
SAYRE — Second-year Sayre football coach Steve Satterly said his team played “pretty well” against NTL Large School foe Towanda Saturday afternoon, but has several areas it needs to work on.
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NTL FOOTBALL: ATHENS' YOUNG PLEASED WITH WILDCATS' ONLY PRESEASON OUTING (24 PHOTOS (2016-08-20)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
ATHENS — The Athens football team took the field Saturday morning against Susquehanna Township in its only scrimmage of the preseason and longtime coach Jack Young said he saw a lot of good things.
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IAC VOLLEYBALL: EXPERIENCED LADY TIGERS START PREPARATION FOR DEFENSE OF CLASS D TITLE (16 PHOTOS) (2016-08-19)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — It’s business as usual for the defending Section IV Class D champion Tioga Lady Tiger volleyball team and longtime coach Des Ford as they prepare for the upcoming season. ...more

IAC GIRLS SWIMMING: NUMBERS REMAIN OUTSTANDING FOR YOUNG LADY WOLVERINES (15 PHOTOS) (2016-08-19)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Waverly girls swim coach Amy Steck is glad to be back by the pool and she’ll be surrounded by a large group of familiar faces. ...more

IAC VOLLEYBALL: YOUNG LADY WOLVERINES PREPARING FOR LIFE IN CLASS B IN 2016 (13 PHOTOS) (2016-08-18)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Waverly volleyball coach Kesha Sinsabaugh knows her young Lady Wolverines face a tough task after being moved up to Class B for the 2016 season, but she’s happy to be back on the court.
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NTL VOLLEYBALL: SAYRE'S SHAY SAYS LADY REDSKINS WILL HAVE TO ADJUST TO ROSTER "HITS" IN PREPARATION FOR 2016 (14 PHOTOS) (2016-08-18)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
SAYRE — Veteran Sayre volleyball coach Tom Shay won’t have the roster he was anticipating in the offseason, but he says the Lady Redskins will adjust.
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NTL GIRLS SOCCER: SAYRE'S MENNIG EXCITED BY NUMBERS, EXPERIENCE HEADING INTO 2016 (14 PHOTOS) (2016-08-18)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
SAYRE — Sayre girls soccer coach Tracy Mennig has good numbers and an experienced group as practice got under way earlier this week for the 2016 season.

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NTL BOYS SOCCER: SAYRE'S NUMBERS UP DRAMATICALLY FOR 2016 (14 PHOTOS) (2016-08-18)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
SAYRE — A year ago, rookie Sayre boys soccer coach Randy Rockwell wasn’t sure if he’d have enough players to field a team. Monday, he stepped on the field with big numbers and looking forward to the 2016 season.
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IAC GIRLS SOCCER: WITH SMALLER ROSTER FOR 2016, WAVERLY'S HOGAN FOCUSING ON CONDITIONING (15 PHOTOS) (2016-08-17)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — With the roster listing just 17 names for the 2016 season, Waverly girls soccer coach Tara Hogan believes conditioning will be even more important than usual.
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IAC BOYS SOCCER: WAVERLY'S PICCO LOOKING FORWARD TO SECOND SEASON ON SIDELINES (19 PHOTOS) (2016-08-17)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Waverly boys soccer coach Joe Picco is looking forward to his second year on the sidelines with the Wolverines, coaching a group solid in numbers and eager to learn.
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YOUTH SOFTBALL (12U, 14U, 16U): PA LIGHTS OUT TRAVEL PROGRAM SEEKING PLAYERS TO FINISH OFF 2017 ROSTERS (2016-08-17)
Valley Sports Report
ATHENS — The PA Lights Out travel softball program is finishing its rosters for the 2017 season and is seeking players for three of its age group teams.
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IAC GIRLS SOCCER: TIOGA'S WALSH EXCITED BY NUMBERS AND RETURNING EXPERIENCE (8 PHOTOS) (2016-08-16)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — Tioga girls soccer coach Jim Walsh is glad to back on the field and he’ll have plenty of company with the Lady Tiger numbers on the increase.
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IAC BOYS SOCCER: FIRST-YEAR TIOGA COACH SAYS HE'LL LEAN ON SENIOR LEADERSHIP IN 2016 (12 PHOTOS) (2016-08-16)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — First-year Tioga boys soccer coach Josh Robinson is depending on strong senior leadership in 2016 as the Tigers attempt to defend their first-ever IAC division title.

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SECTION IV FOOTBALL: WAVERLY'S MILLER SAYS WOLVERINES HAVE "LOTS OF WORK TO DO" BEFORE SEASON OPENER (22 PHOTOS) (2016-08-15)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Longtime Waverly coach Jason Miller is excited to be back on the field in preparation for the 2016 season, but acknowledges “there’s a lot of work to be done.”

“It’s nice to be out here and it’s nice that the sun’s behind the clouds,” said Miller, referencing last week’s 90-degree temperat ...more

NTL FOOTBALL: SAYRE'S SATTERLY HOPING PRE-SEASON CAN DEVELOP TEAM UNITY (2016-08-15)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
SAYRE — Second-year Sayre football coach Steve Satterly is hoping the preseason will bring the Redskins together into a cohesive unit for the 2016 season.

“We’re working on fundamentals and being a team. ...more

NTL FOOTBALL: YOUNG HAPPY TO BE BACK ON FIELD WITH EXPERIENCED GROUP OF WILDCATS (14 PHOTOS) (2016-08-15)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
ATHENS — For longtime Athens football coach Jack Young, the first day of football practice is a bit like Christmas morning.

“It’s awesome to be back out here, this is the best time of the year,” said Young. “It’s a little bit cooler than last week, at least so far, but it really is the best time of the year.” ...more

SECTION IV FOOTBALL: DEFENDING STATE CHAMPION TIOGA TIGERS OPEN PRACTICE FOR 2016 SEASON (14 PHOTOS) (2016-08-15)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — Even with a state title in tow, Tioga football coach Nick Aiello is excited to get back on the field for the start of a new season.

“It’s outstanding, I’m very excited to get back out on the field. ...more

FROM THE PRESS BOX: VALLEY SPORTS REPORT BEGINS EIGHTH YEAR OF HIGH SCHOOL / YOUTH COVERAGE IN VALLEY (2016-08-15)
Wednesday marked the seventh anniversary of Valley Sports Report. Today, marks the first day of the eighth season of high school sports coverage in the Valley.
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YOUTH BASEBALL (10U): STEALIN' HOME WINS SUMMER-ENDING COTRLAND TOURNAMENT (2016-08-14)
Valley Sports Report
CORTLAND — The Sayre-based Stealin' Home 10U travel baseball team reeled off five straight wins, including a 5-0 decision over Crown City Gold in the championship game of the summer-ending Cortland Tournament here Sunday afternoon.
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YOUTH GOLF (18U): ATHENS GRAD SITZMAN FINISHES SECOND AT JUNIOR TOUR CHAMPIONSHIPS — SAYRE'S MURRELLE FINISHES SIXTH (2016-08-14)
Valley Sports Report
ONEIDA, N.Y. — Clinton’s Zane Monaghan strung together three consecutive birdies midway through the second round of the Central NY PGA Junior Tour Championship to rally for a six-stroke victory over Athens grad Zach Sitzman here Saturday at the Kanon Valley Country Club. ...more

YOUTH GOLF (15U): TIOGA'S TAYLOR WINS JUNIOR TOUR CHAMPIONSHIP — "PLAYER OF THE YEAR" HONORS (2016-08-14)
Valley Sports Report
ONEIDA, N.Y. — Tioga freshman Sam Taylor wrapped up the Central New York PGA Junior Tour summer tour in grand fashion with a win on the final stop Friday to sew up “Player of the Year” honors in the 15U division.

Taylor led the field at the Junior Tour Championship at Yahnudasis Golf Course in New Hartford by five strokes after shooting a 3-over par round of 74 Thursday.
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YOUTH SOFTBALL (16U): NEWLY-FORMED VALLEY VENGENCE HOLDING TRY-OUTS FOR 16U TEAM (2016-08-09)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — The Valley Vengeance travel softball program will be hosting try-outs here at East Waverly Park on Tuesday, Aug. 16 at 6 p.m. and Saturday, Aug. 20 at 1 p.m. for the 16U team.
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FORMER ATHENS STANDOUT WORKS PGA CHAMPIONSHIP AT BALTUSROL AS PART OF INTERNSHIP (2016-08-04)
Valley Sports Report
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. — Penn State senior Curt Moore, a former three-sport standout at Athens, spent as much time on and around the greens as the competitors last weekend at the PGA Championship at Baltusrol Golf Club in Springfield N.J.
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YOUTH FOOTBALL: 2016 NORTHERN TIER YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE SCHEDULE RELEASED (2016-08-04)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — Waverly joins longtime rivals Sayre and Athens in the Northern Tier Youth Football League for the upcoming season, which kicks off the weekend of Sept. 10-11. ...more

YOUTH BASEBALL (12U): STEALIN' HOME FALLS IN QUARTERFINALS AT SIZZLIN' SUMMER SHOWDOWN (24 PHOTOS) (2016-08-03)
Valley Sports Report
REHOBOTH BEACH, Del. — The Stealin’ Home 12U travel baseball team went 2-2 in pool play and then was eliminated in the quarterfinals of bracket play over the weekend at the Sizzlin’ Summer Showdown here at the Sports at the Beach baseball complex.
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WOMEN'S COLLEGE TRACK & FIELD: TIOGA GRAD BOWEN EARNS NATIONAL ALL-ACADEMIC HONORS (2016-07-31)
Valley Sports Report
MANSFIELD — Tioga grad Charlsie Bowen recently received USTFCCCA All-Academic honors, while the Mansfield University women’s track & field program received All-Academic Team distinction.
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(CLARIFICATION) YOUTH SOFTBALL: EYOTA NATION TRAVEL SOFTBALL HOLDING TRY-OUT FOR FIVE AGE GROUPS IN AUGUST (2016-07-31)
Valley Sports Report
ATHENS — The Athens-based Eyota Nation Fastpitch travel softball teams will be holding try-outs during the first two weeks of August here and in Endicott. ...more

YOUTH BASEBALL (12U): STEALIN' HOME DROPS HEART-BREAKER IN SEMIFINALS — FINISHES THIRD AT COOPERSTOWN BASEBALL WORLD CLASSIC (W / Team Photo) (2016-07-29)
Valley Sports Report
COOPERSTOWN — After a heart-breaking loss to Team Mizuno in the semifinals Thursday morning, the Sayre-based Stealin’ Home 12U travel baseball team rallied in the afternoon to beat Clifton Park Plainsmen White in the consolation game to finish third in its bracket at the Cooperstown Baseball World Classic.
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SECTION IV FOOTBALL: TIOGA SCHEDULE SEES SIGNIFICANT CHANGE — WILL HOST WINDSOR IN WEEK 2, INSTEAD OF ROAD GAME AT NEWARK VALLEY (2016-07-28)
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — Tioga’s upcoming football schedule has under gone a significant change with the release of the final schedule.

The defending New York State Class D champion Tigers will now face Class B Windsor in Week 2, instead of Class C Newark Valley. ...more

YOUTH BASEBALL (12U): STEALIN' HOME TOPS CLIFTON PARK GRAY — ADVANCES TO SEMIFINALS OF COOPERSTOWN BASEBALL WORLD CLASSIC (18 PHOTOS) (2016-07-27)
Valley Sports Report
COOPERSTOWN, N.Y. — The Sayre-based Stealin’ Home 12U travel baseball team topped the Clifton Park Plainsmen Gray, 8-1, in the quarterfinals of the Cooperstown Baseball World Classic here Thursday morning.

Stealin’ Home, which beat CP Gray, 16-7, in pool play, will play Massachusetts-based Team Mizuno Thursday at 8 a.m. in the semifinals. Team Mizuno beat SH, 13-6, in pool play. ...more

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