Sports

Fabrykiewicz area’s top soccer player; Fronckowiak, Reed 1st-team All-Stars

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By John Bernhardt
The prowess of the South Kortright and Margaretville teams on the soccer field this fall was apparent when The Daily Star of Oneonta announced its area all-star selections Saturday.
Five players from South Kortright and Margaretville were selected as all-stars. Andes senior Peter Fabrykiewicz was named the 2010 Player of the Year.


Rockets propel past Devils

By John Bernhardt
Roxbury couldn’t miss. Utilizing a full-court pressing defense, the Rockets used several steals to get good looks at the basket early in last Tuesday’s contest in Margaretville.


Stamford girls edge Roxbury

By John Bernhardt


Andes players help pace unbeaten SK

By John Bernhardt
In their sports merger with Andes, the South Kortright Rams found a gift that keeps on giving.
The Rams incorporated the play of four Andes soccer players this fall to capture both the Delaware League and Section IV boys’ soccer championships, going undefeated before falling in state regional play.


Davenport overpowers ACS

By John Bernhardt
Sam Meyerhoff is gone. Jackie Gilley is gone. When two of the Delaware League’s best basketball talents graduated last June, many thought the 2010-2011 basketball season would be a rebuilding year for legendary coach Ray Preston and his Davenport Wildcats. Think again.


Rockets offense sputters in Stamford tournament loss

By John Bernhardt


Edmeston boys rally past RCS

By John Bernhardt
With the game hanging in the balance last Wednesday night, Roxbury coach Tom Faraci decided to make a change. Faraci’s Rockets held a slim 35-32 lead heading into the final quarter of play, but Faraci was concerned about Edmeston’s long range bombing duo of Blake Vibbaro and Charlie D’Angelo.


Rockets offense sputters in Stamford tournament loss

By John Bernhardt


Lee Fisher hooks 500th hoops win

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By John Bernhardt
He’s the dean of all the Delaware League coaches and perhaps the dean of all the coaches in Section IV. Anyone familiar with Class D high school basketball in New York State knows the name Lee Fisher. Fisher is in his 35th season as the boys’ coach of the Charlotte Valley Central School Wildcats in Davenport. Last week, Fisher’s Wildcats edged Worcester, 52-48, in an overtime thriller, presenting their coach with his 500th career win.


Roxbury hoops score wins

By John Bernhardt
Perhaps it was the single digit temperatures and the frigid cold. Maybe it was the excitement and distractions of the upcoming holidays. Whatever the reasons, last week was a difficult one for local high school basketball teams. In 11 games played, only the Roxbury boys and girls’ teams found the winning column. Kyle CiarvianoKyle Ciarviano

Kennedy Faraci continues to be a force on the hardwoods for the Roxbury girls. The gifted sophomore finds herself on the leaders’ board of area girls’ scorers and added 27 more points in two games last week. Faraci dropped in 15 points in the Rockets’ 44-29 loss against Downsville on Tuesday, then scored 12 more when Roxbury upended Gilboa, 38-26, on the Rockets’ home court later in the week.


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