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Cooperstown independent. (Cooperstown, NY) 1996-199?, October 04, 1996, Image 9

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■ !'/ S p o r t i n g n o w s s Vk m always toterted in local ®orte news iteljs or ■ action photos. should addifoss I t * # the Sports BditOJV J|y^;te|Soi j? 00 i Cooperstown, ® ■ ' -' ^ __________ - : l - ' f l I 11 ^ OmerstoumSiffh l3 Schogt/oolbttlltemn 1 vMtmfm'mrfirst i wk against NmSbrk I MiUs on Satwr^y. . MangOpenBogriing Tournameillabtad COOPERSTOWN - TIjere is less than one week ieft to register t e the Mang Cooperstown rnsnratice Open Bowling Tournament at the Clark Sports Centei. The hantiicap tourna­ ment, with a guarante^ij first prize of $500, will fee heli ofer Cotombis Day weekentl. Teams of §m fan enter for $S9 (which keliides howling fees), and refreshments wiMefFor .. more infoffiiadon* etil gsitt Cia^s, Sharky Nagelselmidt or lai^y Oray at 547-2800. Biddy basM iiall ragistiafIon nieinned COOPERSTOWH - Regtsiradioa for the Clark SpOik Center’s annual Biddy Ba^etfeil I^agne wIB take place at the Dark Spo^ Ckmtef feegm- ning on Colnmfens Pay, Oct. 14. Youths in ^ades 3-6 ell^fele for the innamnial pordon of die season. The league begins ©n IfeetioB Nov. 5, and will fun fferongli laaumy, meetifig on Tuesday mui Thursday each week , ^ a 3-5f.il* ^ Players me required to fee CImk Sports Center sulsetfeem For lame information, call 547-2S00. Senior ennpliie Classen a # |M e icd COOPl^STOW - H[e.®aeT1ine senior exmeiss diassss ^ spoasoiei fey the Clark §§mm - wllf’le offered M©i3a|S, Wedftes^ys.atid Fridas^ Oct t through Dec. 13. The c l a s s e s .^ '. |^ M l » Im h Hons - Mshioti'Sfiigs%temns at 10 a.m.; kid Center atTi-ito.:\ Interested persons may register for the program through the Clark Sports Center. Additional sign-ups will fee ac^ted attfa^ t o p t e ^ s . For mote information, call 547-2806. Gir>^ class to h o st golf tournament CHERRY VALLEY - The senior class at Cherry Valley-Springfield High School, d a s h o f I W , will host a four-man scramfele tourna­ ment at Meadow Links Golf Course on Sunday^ Oct. 6. Awards and prizes will fee presented during a barbecue immediately foiowing the tournament. Registration for a temn of four Is $100, and pre-registration is advised since space is fimited. Meadow Links Golf Course Is located on Alan's Lake Road in Richield Springs. For more informatiCn, call Ed Gnau during school hours at 264-3265. Held hocke] ByBE*LlRAiNCIS Sptklditnr COOPIRSTOWN - A strong, defense and improved passing has allowed the Cooperstown Ugh School fieM hookey t e ^ to win to© shalght gpiies, HttOugh ii© season’s irst nine games, iie ReisMns have been a team ©f sh^^s - opemngiie year wifli t o e snmght wins, iien losiig t e e In a row, and now ®n mipdier three-game winning streik. Coi|efst©wn:has outscored tteir opponents fey a 6 4 m a i ^ during iie cuirent s t e i The recent suecess has lifted Cooperstown’s overki record to 6-3, sur­ passing their win total for all of last year when iiey inished S-IO-I. ‘Tve been pleased wito toe way toe team has been playing. It was tough aier toose t e e losses, but toey’ve boiaiced back and played some tough gmnes since t o , ” said. Opoperstown coach Brenda Jaeger. “In toe past couple of gmaes we’ve just been p la^g a tot belter. The passing hasjust been better, mid we’ve also t e n a tot more agfessive in toe shooriiig clmle. We’ve been a lot more ag^sslve on offense and paid off.” Coppistown’s most recent action was a /X.. Photo by Bill Brands _ ^ ^ _ ____ ___________ ^ Mem Mills on & 0iree^ame winning sifeo^ BedsMns* ^mng dejmse, shmm above during Monday^ win over MrUmer, kas g a m m d sbtdonis in time ^raigM games. “HerMmer Is a good team, they hustle, and there Is ^ways two people on toe per­ son vdto toe bkl,” Jaeger skd. -®My Mds are passing a tot better and moviBg to toe bai better. I toink we ©ut-hust!eii toem.” Kate Kennedy and Mchele BIracusa scc^d goks ©If of Kasey Connor assfets for toe host Redskins, who todshed with a 9-S sho^ on goal advantage. See BOO^Yon Pago 10 State-ranked boys still miheaten B y » I ,ilA M C I S sp o f t o ld t e COOPSlST01@l Ihm fe to aa laidefeatei record more teugh.toe season, toe Ceopistown Ugh iehool boys’ sbeeer.toaHihas legun tolfeceive some stotewMe attontpn. ' As.of Se|t.2§,.iieEeisitoisC9-6 - ©versil) are faaked i H i hi toe' Mew York Sporis Writers Assoclaioa Oass C .'BoyS'.SoccerPell. ‘'Being 'mskel ^ t o last week was a real Mce level of lecopiliom bultoat doesn’ldo ns ai^-good when weg© up agaiisiatoam. I f 'a a ^ n g Its a disad­ vantage because eveorbody wants to beat a stato-iaitoei team,” srid Coopeistowii coach Fraito Mosek. “We t e e to. de^ toe ra^ng, we have to deM with toe fe^ of losing, and I tolak. we’ve done.imt pretf iriceiy. W i e not looMng to p i imietoated, we’ie just looMngte^oone game at a rime and tty and develop a good s^le of soGcen HopeMy toatwIi happen.” H is p # t week was Gif^naily sehed- iriei to have been a busy oue for toe Redfekliis, but a home game wito Fmakfort-Schayfer ©a Monday and a road game at Fife ©i T fes#y were postooneidue to a lack of oilmafe. topsstown’s most mceat gkne was a 441 non^ieagBO vitoi csver Worcesfe Intoe first round of toe Davenport Tournament Cooperstown girls soccer pfling np the goals B y B IL L B ^ C IS Sports Editor CQOFBRSTOIK- - Much like toey have throughout the si^on, toe • Gooperstown fflgh,School girls’ soccer team conrinues to pile up toe goals in win alter win. Over toe most recent four-game stretch, toe powerhouse ledsMns have outscored their opponents fey toe oyeiwhiming mar­ gin of 36-0. Since toe two losses in toe Spiding Cup, CoQperstown (11-2 overall, 9-0 in toe Center State Confereiice} has won nine stright games and extended their league winning streak to 54 games. Codperstown is ranked 17th in the lat­ est Mew York State Sports Writers Associaiton Class C Girls Soccer M l. Cooperstowo most recent game was an 8-0 CSC win over visiting Sauquoit on Wednesday. The Redskins, who finished wito a 24-8 shots on goal advantage, were led offensively by senior l a t e Muehl’s.tw© goals and. ^tw©. assists.. Stoers to m ^ e It onto toe scoring col- uma'weie seniors Carrie. Foils 'CtWo pais, one assisiL Mattie LMdlaw (two pals), and Almma Murphy (pal), junior Brienne 'Miner (goal), sophomore, Kristin Grey Cassist) and ffeshman Caiiin May (two assists), lunior Marcie Merger and ffeslman Sally Tedesco comfeined in goal for toe shutout. “It took us a while to get going because we don’t play well wito toe wind,” said Cooperstown coach Lisa Chemfem. “it doesn’t give us a chance to really set Up and play toe game we want to.” Laidlaw, Muiphy, Folts* Muehl, tejuniors Marley Wright and Audrey Brennan each scoied two goals as the Redsidns over­ whelmed Canastota fey a score o f 164 in a See GOALS on Page 10 nhbtpbyBaiifetticis €m&mpm Bigh Bchool smigt* Brimm Miner me qfihe Temom toe giris’ mmr team h mme'My mtiMd HM y -4111 I I 3 :v-

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