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With the 2018-19 high school sports season in the history books, Tompkins Weekly is taking a look at college plans for last year’s top performers. We will continue this two-part series next … more
Finley Edmonds, Trumansburg College is often a time of discovery. Whether socially, academically or otherwise, college students are often trying new things for their first time in their lives. … more
For the first time since 1965, the Ithaca College baseball team is not under the direction of an IC graduate, but the Bombers’ new coach is hardly a stranger to the program. David Valesente, a … more
It’s safe to say that the long history of basketball in Ithaca and Tompkins County has never seen anything like the event being planned for Sept. 7-8. That’s when the Greater Ithaca … more
Lansing’s Kyle Dake took a big, albeit delayed, step in defending his world title this past Saturday, winning a wrestle-off to earn a spot on the United States team at the upcoming World … more
As a senior at Trumansburg High School, Justin Lutes knew three things about his future: He wanted to play college baseball, he wanted to have a career in sports, and he wanted to do both somewhere … more
Friday night lights will shine in Trumansburg once again. The last season of football for Charles O. Dickerson High School was in 2013, and it will return this fall. The man at the helm for the Blue … more
The torrential downpour that soaked the boys soccer scrimmages had subsided when the 14 girls soccer teams took the field at Bond Fest last Wednesday. In the aftermath, the afternoon of soccer took … more
The conditions at Bond Fest were not optimal. Torrential rain poured from the sky down onto the five fields in Trumansburg, where 17 boys high school soccer teams were gathered for a day of … more
Two days, 14 tournaments, 15 courts, 108 teams, 413 players: The first Gus Macker 3-on-3 Basketball Tournament in Ithaca was an overwhelming success. With the help of the Greater Ithaca … more
The Ithaca Little Red girls soccer team is coming off a great season in which it won the Section IV Class AA tournament. The Little Red look to build on that result last year, and helping them … more
Groton football is in a transition year. The team is exceptionally young, with only four seniors on the roster, three of which are starters, all led by new head coach Joe Manning. Last … more
This Friday night, the Trumansburg Blue Raiders eight-man football team will take the field for the first time. While there are fewer players on the field this time around, a varsity football team is … more
Dryden’s athletic facilities are getting a facelift. The Purple Lions recently debuted a brand new gym floor, which is part of a much larger capital improvement project worth nearly $39 … more
Conor Baird has etched his name even further into the Trumansburg boys soccer record books. Already the all-time leading goal-scorer in school history, the senior tallied two assists and a goal on … more
Grace Kadlecik, a junior swimmer at Lansing High School, is breaking records that have stood for decades. At the Watkins-Glen Invitational on Sept. 21, Kadlecik set a school record in the 100-yard … more
Kyle Dake did it again. Returning from an unspecified injury that required surgery earlier this year, the Lansing native traveled to Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, and took home the 79kg gold medal at the … more
In just his third season in a Purple Lions uniform, Casey Phillips set Dryden’s career goals record with his 63rd goal on Sept. 27. It was a record that stood for 10 years, and with Phillips … more
Last year was a special one for the Pawlewicz family. It was the final season that brothers Anthony and Kade would be able to suit up together for the Newfield Trojans football team. The brothers … more
Baseball immortality As of Sunday afternoon, the Baseball Hall of Fame Class of 2019 is forever immortalized in Cooperstown. For many, these players made baseball exciting and flashy, or they … more
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