WAVERLY — Two solid defenses playing well against two offenses struggling with execution and consistency.
LITCHFIELD — Waverly had five runners in the top eight, including the top two finishers — seniors Sheridan Talada and Elizabeth Fritzen, to run away with the team title at the annual Tom Koons Valley Cross Country meet here Thursday at the old Litchfield Elementary School course.
LITCHFIELD — Waverly junior Collin Wright separated himself from the field leading Waverly to a win at the annual Tom Koons Valley Cross Country Meet here Thursday afternoon at the old Litchfield Elementary School course.
WHITNEY POINT — Sophomore Lourden Benjamin was a four-time winner, and sophomore Willow Sharpsteen and freshman Sophia Desisti were triple-winners to lead Waverly to a 62-24 win over Whitney Point here Thursday afternoon in IAC girls swimming action.
ODESSA — Waverly put down a pesky O-M team in the first two sets, then rolled in the third for a sweep here Thursday night in IAC volleyball action.
SOUTHPORT, N.Y. — Eighth-grader Lea VanAllen had the game of her young career, scoring five goals — four in a five-minute span, thanks in large part to junior Gabby Picco in Waverly’s 7-0 win over arch-rival Notre Dame here Thursday night at Brewer Stadium.
DRYDEN — Senior Sheridan Talada won the girls meet, and junior Collin Wright was second in the boys meet, but both teams had to settle for second place here Tuesday in IAC cross country action at Tompkins-Cortland Community College.
WAVERLY — Junior Maggie Whitley was a quad-winner, and four of her teammates were double-winners as Waverly snapped a three-meet losing streak with a 101-75 win over Lansing here Tuesday afternoon in IAC girls swimming action.
WAVERLY — Waverly and Newfield battled to a, 0-0, double-overtime draw here Tuesday afternoon in IAC boys soccer action at Memorial Stadium.
WAVERLY — Waverly scored nine goals in the first half — seven coming in the final 19 minutes before the intermission, including junior Gabby Picco’s 50th career goal — en route to a 10-0 win over Watkins Glen here in IAC girls soccer action at Memorial Stadium.
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WAVERLY — For the second week in a row, Waverly gave up big plays in the second half, this time in the fourth quarter of a 34-26 loss at Chenango Valley.
ROCHESTER — Seniors Sheridan Talada finished third and Elizabeth Fritzen was 15th in the Girls Unuseeded A-2 race at prestigious McQuaid Invitational, hosted by McQuaid Jesuit H.S. here Saturday.
ROCHESTER — Collin Wright finished fifth to Waverly to a fifth-place finish in the A-2 unseeded Small School race here Saturday at the prestigious McQuaid Invitational, hosted by McQuaid Jesuit H.S.
ELMIRA — Elmira scored five times in the first half, and cruised to a 6-0 win over Waverly here Saturday afternoon in non-league Section IV boys soccer action.
BINGHAMTON — Junior QB Rory Thompson ripped off a pair of long TD runs in a four-minute span late in the fourth quarter to propel Chenango Valley to a 34-26 win over Waverly here Friday night in Section IV, Division II football action.