PLATTSBURGH — For the Plattsburgh State men’s basketball team, the grind continues.After a four-game road trip, the Cardinals (9-4, 7-1) will host Geneseo (8-7, 5-3) at 7:30 p.m. and Brockport Saturday.Plattsburgh coach Tom Curle said the team’s biggest goal is to stay focused“We’ve been back to Plattsburgh with no students back, no classes or anything since Dec. 27,” Curle said.“Starting (Friday), we’ll have five games in nine days.
CLINTONVILLE — Although the AuSable Valley football team lost some key players, the team is not rebuilding.Instead, the Patriots are reloading.Ed McCallister, who is in his third season as head coach, said the team has several guys ready to step up and take on larger roles.“It’s our third year,” McCallister said. “Every team at this level loses players. Instead of rebuilding, you reload in hopes of building a program.
PLATTSBURGH — The Clinton Community College men’s soccer team will feature 10 returners and several new key additions for the upcoming season.Clinton will play its season opener today at 1 p.m. against Jamestown Community College.The Cougars finished last season with a record of 2-13.Clinton returns several defensive players from last season, including goalkeeper Lucas Cross of Willsboro and Alex Fisher of Plattsburgh.Clinton coach Mike Eppler said defense will be one of the main areas the...
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Selecting a term
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