Dryden Sports

Back like it never left

DRYDEN — As Georgia Braxton of Dryden wheeled her way down the track and across the finish line, she was cheered on by volunteers, students and her parents, Donta Braxton and Cathy Combs, …

Dryden boys win IAC championship

Aidan Kalousdian, Xavier Scott and Bryant DePaull led the Dryden boys track & field team to an IAC championship Thursday, with Kalousdian winning two events and Scott and DePaull each winning …

Cornell named league MVP

The IAC softball all-star selections were announced Wednesday with a number of local athletes being selected by coaches, including Kahlen Cornell being named IAC North Large Schools MVP. Cornell, …

IAC champs Dryden ready for sectionals

The No. 3 Dryden baseball team’s regular season is over and the Lions now look ahead to a meeting with No. 6 Waverly (10-9) at 5:30 p.m. Monday at Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex in the …

Marathon, Dryden head to sectionals

Two local Section IV softball teams will be playing Tuesday in the sectional tournament, with Marathon competing in Class D and Dryden in Class B. Marathon (8-6) is the No. 3 seed and earned a …

Cortland bats pound Dryden for 17th win

The Cortland baseball team bounced back after a loss Tuesday to Lansing with a big offensive game against Dryden Wednesday night, walking out of the Gutchess Lumber Sports Complex with a 13-6 …

Johnson’s walk-off blast propels Homer

Zander Johnson parked a ball over the center field fence with two outs in the bottom of the seventh inning to help Homer overcome a three-run top of the seventh from Westhill and pull out a 7-6 …

Dow’s dash leads Dryden

AURORA — Colton Dow did it all to end the game for the Dryden baseball team Friday night, striking out three of the four batters he faced on the mound and scoring the winning run as the Lions …

Cortland rallies in 7th

The Cortland softball team spoiled Homer’s Senior Night and snapped its five-game winning streak after a two-run seventh inning powered the Purple Tigers to a 9-8 win Wednesday at Homer Junior …

CBA wears down Homer

The Homer boys lacrosse team used some stifling defense to keep the No. 4 Class C team in the state, Christian Brothers Academy, in check, but ultimately lost 11-7 Tuesday night at Homer High …

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