CV hockey senior night

Here are some die-hard fans of Chenango Valley sporting t-shirts, and signs cheering on their favorite hockey team. Before the game that ended in a tough 3-0 loss that included a fight, Chenango Valley hockey team honored its seniors.


“Standardized” Tests.


By Jared Kraham | The Warrior Report

At approximately 12:07 p.m. I began the New York State Mathematics A Regents Exam. I was in the Chenango Valley High School gymnasium with roughly 1/2 of the Class of 2009, looking around to see the expression on some of the faces. Some had the look of boredom, a handful seemed surprised and stupefied, while still most looked at the clock and likely thought “only 119 more minutes.”

Because of this test’s fairness to every student, three hours was allowed to answer thirty-nine questions, and a minimum of two hours sitting time had to be devoted. Most in the room finished in about an hour. All this “free time” allowed me to think about this situation I found myself in. I was stuck in this place with an answer sheet, a calculator, and all the answers in my head.

I had a very similar experience this past November, taking Continue reading

Windsor rides again…

Boys’ Varsity: Windsor, 64-60

Boys’ JV: Windsor, 80-65

Girls’ Varsity: Chenango Valley, 50-32

Girls’ JV: Chenango Valley, 47-34

Two of Chenango Valley’s varsity players scored 22 points, but CV was still not able to win. Seth Mohney and Matt Mullins lead the Warriors with 44, or 73% of the 60 points for the night but Chenango Valley was not able to finish what was a ten point, come-from-behind rally in the end. Windsor’s Charles Sopata’s three-pointer with six seconds left sealed the deal for Windsor and again, the Warriors cannot get a last minute win. The boys’ JV team also lost as well, receiving their first of the season mainly due to Windsor’s ability to defend all over the court and grab rebounds.

The girls’ teams fared a little better Friday night, both winning their games by double-digits. The varsity was led by Katie Lowell’s 16 points, and by winning, they continue to keep pressure on Seton CC in the division race.

Warrior Report Podcast – 1/21/07

The first brand new Warrior Report podcast for 2007. Lots of talk about the new site, cheerleading, winter sports, etc. However, due to some technical difficulties involving Clickcaster, I have not been able to upload the podcast. Thanks for everyone’s patience!

CV administrative opinion comes out?

Man, I bet they’ll wonder how I found this one. In a Connecticut newspaper, Chenango Valley athletic director John Allen had a quote that might shine some light on the school’s true opinion about the STAC cheerleading decision made earlier this school year:

“It’s probably toughest on some of the parents,” said John Allen, athletic director of the Chenango Valley Central School District, just northeast of Binghamton. “All of a sudden they’re at games, and there are no cheerleaders.”

Full story here:

I’ll let you decide what that one means.

Matt Mullins #1 scorer in STAC

By scoring a season high 41 points Friday night, Matt Mullins has become and currently holds the highest point-per-game average for all Boys’ high school basketball players in the Southern Tier Athletic Conference and the second highest in the Press & Sun-Bulletin’s circulation area with a 20.9 point-per-game average. He also is the second most successful three-point shooter in STAC, and fourth in the Press & Sun-Bulletin’s circulation area averaging 2.6 a game. The link is available here:

Press & Sun-Bulletin Statistics

75% ain’t bad for CV

Boys’ Varsity: Susquehanna Valley – 77-73 OT

Boys’ JV: Chenango Valley – 56-42

Girls’ Varsity: Chenango Valley – 51-32

Girls’ JV: Chenango Valley won

The basketball games for Chenango Valley this weekend: 3-1. Both CV girls’ teams and the boys’ JV won big against Susquehanna Valley (and by big, I mean that the JV girls’ Sabers scored zero points in the first quarter), however the Varsity boys’ could not pull off yet another close overtime game against SV. Matt Mullins scored a season high 41 points, scoring seven 3-pointers in the process, but it was not enough to put Chenango Valley on top. The boys’ JV remains undefeated and number one in their division, as the Boys’ Varsity remains at third in their division.