CV takes it, Mullins MVP

Chenango Valley Warriors: 66
Union-Endicott Tigers: 57

The Chenango Valley Warriors varsity basketball team beat the Union-Endicott Tigers 66-57 in the STOP-DWI Holiday Classic Regional Division I championship game on Sunday at the Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena. The Warriors were led by Matt Mullins, who has been on fire during the tournament, having 22 points, 10 rebounds and four assists versus U-E. He was chosen MVP of the tournament, scoring a total of 57 points in two games for CV. Chris Mack had 15 points, and Eric Bidwell had 12 as the Warriors beat a Class AA team to become tournament champions. Before the tournament, Chenango Valley had experienced some rough losses becoming (3-4). A loss in Owego, and a home loss to Norwich after leading by 17 at one point put the Warriors in a tough situation coming into the tournament. However, it seems that Mullins has found his groove and playing has intensified for Chenango Valley, beating a Class A and Class AA team in come-from-behind fashion. The Warriors (5-4) need to keep this momentum going for their non-divisional games versus Maine-Endwell and Johnson City, and eventually their home game versus the undefeated Windsor Black Knights on January 18th. If Mullins and the CV crew can find a rhythm, they will find success in 2008.Listen to the entire game at

Video highlights to come.

Chenango Valley Warriors vs Maine-Endwell Spartans
Friday, January 4th, 7:45p.m.
Chenango Valley High School



Mullins on fire, CV wins

Chenango Valley Warriors: 68
Oneonta Yellowjackets: 58

The Chenango Valley Warriors beat the Oneonta Yellowjackets 68-58 OT in the regional Division I semi-finals in the 2007 STOP-DWI Holiday Classic. Mullins led the Warriors with a season high 25 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Chenango Valley finished off an overtime victory after the scored was tied 54-54 at the end of regulation after a Dan O’Brien 3-pointer with 10 seconds left for Oneonta. The Warriors play the Union-Endicott Tigers for the Championship Sunday, December 30th at 7:30p.m. at the Broome County Arena.

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STOP-DWI dunk contest

Matt Mullins and Chris Mack won the 3-point contest for Chenango Valley.

Stop DWI Holiday Classic

Slam dunk and 3-point contest: Today, 4:00p.m. Binghamton HS
John Foley – Dunk Competition, Chris Mack and Matt Mullins- 3 point contest

CV’s Biggest Loser

Lights out for CV.

Norwich Purple Tornado: 80
Chenango Valley Warriors: 71

For some reason, the lights over the crowd in the Chenango Valley high school gym were off Friday night, and for some reason, CV blew a 17 point lead. The Chenango Valley Warriors varsity boys’ basketball team lost to the Norwich Purple Tornado 80-71 Friday night at Chenango Valley High School. The Warriors looked great in the first three quarters of the game. Tommy Hull and Matt Bobal were getting rebounds, and CV was able to set up scores early on against a team that one Owego varsity onlooker described as “slow.” At the half, the Warriors led by 3 and thanks to Chris Mack (4) and Matt Mullins (5) hitting threes all over the place, the Warriors extended their lead 61-44 and looked like they were cruising to a victory. However, the fourth quarter was a mess for Chenango Valley. Norwich starts the full court press – Chenango Valley has a tough time inbounding the ball, Norwich hits 5 threes in the fourth quarter – Chenango Valley didn’t make a field goal, Norwich tries to speed up play – Chenango Valley just slows down. The main problem for the Warriors was turnovers – 12 in the game, most on bad passes and tips off fingers in the paint. On a night where Mack scores 20 and Mullins scores 18, three pointers are an ease, and a 17 point lead in the fourth is not enough to win it, it was just not Chenango Valley basketball. Maybe it was the weird lighting situation, the substitute scoreboard operator, the lack of shoot-around during JV at halftime, or the lack of fan support that killed the Warriors. This may have been a learning situation for Chenango Valley, who faces Oneonta in the STOP DWI Tournament next Friday. Let’s hope they’ve learned.
Game stats:
Chris Mack – 20 points (4), 3 assists, 5 rebounds, 2 steals
Matt Mullins – 18 points (5), 4 assists, 4 rebounds
Tommy Hull – 15 points, 1 assist, 10 rebounds, 2 steals
Matt Bobal – 6 points, 4 assists, 13 rebounds
Andy Fox – 6 points, 2 assists, 5 rebounds, 1 steal
Kris Boyce – 3 points (1), 1 assist, 4 rebounds
Eric Bidwell – 2 points, 1 rebound
Myles Pedroso – 1 point

Chenango Valley Warriors vs. Oneonta Yellowjackets
Friday, December 28th, 11:15a.m.
Broome County Veterans Memorial Arena
*STOP-DWI Holiday Classic*


NBC coming to CV?

Trent Patterson and his partner Roger for “The Biggest Loser.”

Official photos

The rumors have been flying around Chenango Valley High School this week, and for good reason. If you don’t already know, Trent Patterson, CV’s security guard (and all around nice guy) has been absent from his school job and has been a contestant on NBC’s “The Biggest Loser” – a game show in which the contestant who loses the most percent body mass by the end of the show wins money and prizes. He has been taping since the middle of October. This week, rumors started to circulate that Mr. Patterson would be returning to Chenango Valley High School, along with a camera crew from NBC to film a “Christmas Homecoming” for the game show contestant. A combined middle school-high school pep rally is apparently in the works, if the CV-NBC team can schedule it. The Warrior Report has confirmed with several sources at the school that NBC cameras will be operating in school tommorow, but we do not know where or when. Not much else is known at this time, but steps are being taken to make sure that if an assembly is tomorrow, it will be of grand poportion. The CV Band has been practicing fight songs, and the hallways have been buzzing with excitment for the return of Mr. Patterson to CVHS. Mr. Patterson is teaming up with a former college football teammate Roger for the reality show, which premiers on Janurary 1st, at 8/7c on NBC. Not much is known at this time, but look to The Warrior Report for updates. Hopefully, Chenango Valley High School will be featured on national TV.