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THIS WEEK (2022-11-27)


NOV. 28 TO DEC. 3

MONDAY
No Games Scheduled.

TUESDAY
BOWLING
Tioga at Edison, 4 p.m.

WEDNESDAY
No Games Scheduled.

THURSDAY
BOWLING
Tioga at Groton, 4 p.m.

FRIDAY
No Games Scheduled.

SATURDAY
FOOTBALL
New York State Playoffs
Class D Championship
Tioga vs. Cambridge-Salem, noon @ JMA Wireless Dome, Syracuse
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2022 SPRING SPORTS COACHES (2022-08-08)

FOOTBALL — NICK AIELLO

VOLLEYBALL —
 DES FORD

GIRLS SOCCER —
JIM WALSH

BOYS SOCCER — ADAM LAYMAN

FIELD HOCKEY —  AUBREY WORTHING

CROSS COUNTRY —
 JIM BURROWES
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2022 TIOGA FOOTBALL SCHEDULES (Varsity, JV, Junior High) (2022-08-08)
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2022 TIOGA VOLLEYBALL SCHEDULE (2022-08-08)
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2022 TIOGA GIRLS SOCCER (2022-08-08)
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2022 TIOGA BOYS SOCCER SCHEDULE (2022-08-08)
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2022 TIOGA FIELD HOCKEY SCHEDULE (2022-08-08)
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2022 TIOGA CROSS COUNTRY SCHEDULE (2022-08-08)
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Tioga

IAC BOWLING: TIOGA BOYS FALL 3-1 AT EDISON; LADY TIGERS PICK UP FOUR POINTS (2022-11-29)
Valley Sports Report
ELMIRA — Thomas A. Edison used a pair of big 600 series to pull out a 3-1 win over Tioga in IAC boys bowling action, while the Lady Tigers picked up four points here Tuesday afternoon at Dixie Lanes. ...more

IAC WRESTLING: TIOGA'S HARRINGTON USE TO GETTING LATE START (3 PHOTOS) (2022-11-29)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — If you coach winter sports at Tioga, you can count on getting a late start thanks to the success of the football program. Tiger wrestling coach Kris Harrington, whose program’s success rivals, if not exceeds, the football team’s, has grown accustom to it. ...more

IAC BOYS BASKETBALL: TIOGA BASKETBALL STILL WAITING ON FOOTBALL PLAYERS AS 2022-23 SEASON APPROACHES (7 PHOTOS) (2022-11-29)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — Tioga boys basketball coach Brian Card is encouraged by an increase in his program’s numbers, but as usual able-bodies are still scarce as more than half his varsity team is still at football practice as the 2022-23 season approaches. ...more

ON TAP TODAY: BOWLING TAKES CENTER STAGE TUESDAY (2022-11-29)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — The Waverly bowling teams tip off the 2022-23 campaign this afternoon at the Valley Bowling Center, while Tioga is on the road for the first time this season. ...more

IAC GIRLS BASKETBALL: TIOGA WORKING WITH LOW NUMBERS AGAIN IN 2022-23 (2022-11-28)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — Despite low numbers again this year, Tioga girls basketball coach Stephanie Hills is happy to be back on the court preparing for her second season. ...more

FROM THE PRESS BOX: SOME THOUGHTS ON THE 2022 FOOTBALL SEASON (2022-11-28)
It’s been quite a ride for the Valley football teams in 2022, and it’s not quite over yet.

At 13-0, Tioga has won 26 games in a row, and is ranked first in the state. The Tigers will defend their Class D state title Saturday against unbeaten Cambridge-Salem at the venue formerly known as the Carrier Dome. ...more

(UPDATED) THE WEEK AHEAD: TIOGA FOOTBALL SEEKS STATE TITLE REPEAT IN WEEK'S MAIN EVENT (2022-11-27)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — The 2022-23 winter seasons gets underway this week, but the marquee event of the week has the Tioga football team in action at the JMA Wireless Dome (formerly the Carrier Dome) Saturday afternoon in defense of its New York State Class D football state title. ...more

FROM THE PRESS BOX: A CRYSTAL BALL LOOK AHEAD TO THE 2023 VOLLEYBALL SEASON (2022-11-25)
Three of the four Valley volleyball teams reached the postseason, with Tioga winning a Section IV title, and reaching the Class D state quarterfinals.
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NEW YORK STATE FOOTBALL: TIOGA HEADED BACK TO THE DOME; FENDS OFF OLD NEMESIS RANDOLPH IN 41-34 SHOOTOUT IN CLASS D SEMIFINALS (24 PHOTOS) (2022-11-25)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
ENDICOTT — What looked to be a laugher in the first 14 minutes of the game, turned into a shootout as Tioga held off an old nemesis in Randolph to pull out a 41-34 win here Friday afternoon in a battle of the state’s top-ranked teams at Ty Cobb Stadium in the semifinals of the New York State Class D playoffs. ...more

VALLEY SPORTS REPORT: TIOGA'S HOWEY, ATHENS' RYAN SHARE VOLLEYBALL 'PLAYER OF YEAR' HONORS; TIOGA'S VANCE, FORD ALSO EARN TOP HONORS (2022-11-25)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — Tioga senior Reese Howey and Athens senior Jenny Ryan are two of the more physically-gifted and well-rounded players in the region this season, and are the 2022 Valley Sports Report Volleyball “Co-Players of the Year.” ...more

FROM THE PRESS BOX: WEEK 14 PICKS — CAN TIOGA REACH ANOTHER STATE FINAL? (2022-11-24)
Tioga is the lone team standing in the Valley after winning Friday, and advancing to its 10th New York State Class D semi-final game in 11 postseason. The Tigers will take on Section VI champ Randolph Friday afternoon at 3 p.m. at U-E High School. ...more

NEW YORK STATE FOOTBALL: TIOGA'S AIELLO EXCITED TO PLAY RANDOLPH IN CLASS D SEMIFINALS (2022-11-24)
By TIM BIRNEY
Valley Sports Report
TIOGA CENTER — With its 10th Central Region championship in 11 years in the books after a convincing win over Dolgeville last week, Tioga turns its attention toward a New York State Class D semi-final match-up against Section VI champ Randolph Friday at 3 p.m. at Union-Endicott High School. ...more

IAC GIRLS BOWLING: GILLETTE, CHAPMAN LEAD TIOGA IN SWEEP OF O-M (2022-11-23)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Junior Chloe Gillette and senior Caroline Chapman paced Tioga in a season-opening sweep of Odessa-Montour here Tuesday afternoon in IAC Small School girls bowling action at the Valley Bowling Center. ...more

IAC BOYS BOWLING: TIOGA DROPS 3-1 DECISION TO DIVISION RIVAL O-M (2022-11-23)
Valley Sports Report
WAVERLY — Tioga started fast, but O-M rallied to win the next three points in a season-opening, 3-1, win here Tuesday afternoon in IAC Small School Division boys bowling action here at the Valley Bowling Center. ...more

WOMEN'S COLLEGE BASKETBALL: ELMIRA COLLEGE (TIOGA GRAD AYRES, WAVERLY GRAD NITTINGER) OFF TO 4-0 START (2022-11-23)
Valley Sports Report
ELMIRA — Tioga grad Olivia Ayres, a sophomore on the Elmira College women’s basketball team, and Waverly grad Olivia Nittinger, a freshman, each saw playing time in Lady Soaring Eagles’ third straight win to open the season — a lopsided win over Wells College Saturday. ...more

FROM THE PRESS BOX: A CRYSTAL BALL LOOK AHEAD TO THE 2023 SOCCER SEASONS (2022-11-23)
It was a pretty good soccer season in the Valley with four of the six teams qualifying for the postseason, and a fifth showing marked improvement from last year.
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COLLEGE FOOTBALL: MORRISVILLE (TIOGA GRADS WILLIAMS, WOOD) DROPS HEARTBREAKER TO RPI IN ECAC BOWL (2022-11-23)
Valley Sports Report
TROY, N.Y. — Morrisville State led for the majority of the game, but RPI scored with 40 seconds remaining to pull out a 10-6 win here Saturday in the ECAC Scotty Whitelaw Bowl.
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VALLEY SPORTS REPORT: WAVERLY'S SCHILMOELLER NAMED BOYS SOCCER 'PLAYER OF YEAR;' TIOGA'S ROE, BROWNE, ATHENS' CAMPBELL, LIECHTY, AND WAVERLY'S RYCK ALSO EARN TOP HONORS (2022-11-23)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — Junior Griff Schillmoeller led Waverly into the playoffs for the second consecutive season, and was among the leading goal-scorers in the region. He is the 2022 Valley Sports Report Boys Soccer “Player of the Year.”
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VALLEY SPORTS REPORT: WAVERLY'S WESTBROOK NAMED GIRLS SOCCER 'PLAYER OF YEAR;' ATHENS' THOMPSON, BARTLOW, SUTTON, AND WAVERLY'S HOGAN ALSO EARN TOP HONORS (2022-11-23)
Valley Sports Report
THE VALLEY — A speedy and versatile all-around player, senior Kennedy Westbrook led Waverly to the Section IV, Class B semifinals, and is the 2022 Valley Sports Report Girls Soccer “Player of the Year....more

FROM THE PRESS BOX: A CRYSTAL BALL LOOK AHEAD TO CROSS COUNTRY, NTL GOLF, GIRLS SWIMMING, AND FIELD HOCKEY IN 2023 (2022-11-22)
The fall season offers an interesting mix of sports in the Valley.

All four schools have cross country and volleyball programs, but only three have football, boys soccer, and girls soccer programs, while Tioga is the only school with a field hockey program. ...more

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