On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate Nate Lull of WCDO and long time supporter of local high school athletics for earning the 2024 New York State Broadcasters Association Excellence in Broadcasting Outstanding Podcast Award. Thanks for all you do for our local schools and their teams and athletes all year round Nate…we appreciate you so very much!!! Congratulations again Nate!!!
6 days ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate Connor Quarino from South Kortright Central School on being named the 2023-24 recipient of the Lou Gaeta Senior Memorial Scholarship Award presented by Stamford Junior Golf, Inc. The $500 award goes to a graduating senior from a Delaware League School who has attended our annual summer golf clinics, is a member of their school’s high school varsity golf team, and displays the proper ideals of sportsmanship and integrity that the game of golf teaches us all. Connor plans to attend SUNY Cobleskill this fall majoring in Landscape Construction with the goal of taking over the family business, Quarino Stonescaping and Concrete. Congratulations Connor!!!
6 days ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate 2023-24 Gilboa Conesville Graduate Brandon Cross on being chosen for one of this years Nate Lull Scholarship Awards of $1000 towards his college education in the fall. This is a great honor and all of us in the Delaware League appreciate everything that Nate does all year round for local high school sports!!! Congratulations Brandon and Thank You Nate!!!
19 days ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate the recipients of the 2023-24 Section IV Athletics Character Counts Award Tee Shirt for our league schools. The recipients are as follows: Charlotte Valley Central School - Natalie Amadon and Darrion Matz, Downsville Central School - Travis Houck and Burton “Tyler” Reed, Gilboa Conesville Central School - Bailey Hughes and Olivia Ross, Jefferson Central School - Mitchell Dorosky and Aubrey Merwin, Roxbury Central School - Savannah Pettersen and Mikayla Wright, South Kortright Central School - Jesse Hungerford and JB Trimbell, Stamford Central School - Liam Hanway and Kaitlyn Stoutenburg. Congratulations everyone!!!
19 days ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate Daniel McClure of South Kortright Central School as he finished tied for 14th place in the JV Class 1A competition at the New York State Trap Shooting Tournament in Bridgeport, NY on June 8th and 9th, 2024. Over 100 schools attended this unique competition in the fast growing sport of trap shooting. We know your family, school district, and friends are all very proud of you Daniel. Congrats!!!
about 1 month ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate our Delaware League Regular Season Tennis Champion and our league representative to the Section IV Team Tennis Tournament, the Hunter Tannersville Central School Wildcats on a successful season. Individually for tennis, at the Section IV Class C-D Tournament we had William Schneider from Hunter Tannersville Central School reach quarterfinal play. At our Delaware League Individual Tennis Tournament at Total Tennis in Saugerties, NY the following individual champions were crowned: Boys Singles Champion was Tristan McVitty from Margaretville Central School, Girls Singles Champion was Sophia Dyjak from Windham Ashland Jewett Central School, Boys Doubles Champions were Conner Hill and Ryan Sanford from Margaretville Central School, and Girls Doubles Champions were Emily Eklund and Robin Henne from the Jefferson/Stamford Merged Team. Congratulations again to everyone!!!
about 1 month ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate both Kate Smith and Teagan Mahoney from Hunter Tannersville Central School for their outstanding performances at the NYSPHSAA Girls State Golf Championship at the Edison Club in Rexford, NY. Kate Smith finished tied for 16th place overall with a two day total of 14 over par 158. Teagan Mahoney finished tied for 61st place overall with a two day total of 39 over par 183. The full field consisted of 86 golfers. Congratulations to both athletes on proudly representing your school, the Delaware League, Section IV, and most importantly your families with these outstanding performances.
about 1 month ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate the individual accomplishments of our spring female athletes in golf. In Girls Golf at Individual Sectionals at the Soaring Eagles Golf Club in Horseheads, NY 8th grader Kate Smith from Hunter Tannersville Central School qualified for the Girls Section IV State Team as medalist with a score of 74 leading all of the golfers attempting to qualify for the Girls Section IV State Team. Also qualifying was 8th grader Teagan Mahoney from Hunter Tannersville Central School with a score of 93 good for a 6th place tie. Only the top 9 golfers qualified to represent Section IV at the state level in girls golf. This team will head to the Edison Club in Rexford, NY for the NYSPHSAA State Tournament on June 2nd and 3rd, 2024. Good luck to both girls as the represent their school, the Delaware League, and Section IV at states!!! We are all very proud of you both!!!
about 2 months ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate our school districts that competed in the Section IV Class D Golf Sectional Tournament at the College Golf Course at SUNY Delhi in Delhi, NY this past Monday. There were 13 teams overall competing and the Delaware League Schools finished as follows: Hunter Tannersville Central School finished in 2nd place, the Andes/SKCS merged team finished in 4th place, Gilboa Conesville Central School finished in 9th place, Windham Ashland Jewett Central School finished in 10th place, and Margaretville Central School finished in 11th place. Individually, Grady Glennon from Hunter Tannersville Central School was runner up with a score of 73. Other top 20 finishers included Gideon Glennon of Hunter Tannersville Central School in 5th place with a score of 79, Kate Smith of Hunter Tannersville Central School in 6th place with a score of 81, Connor Quarino of the Andes/SKCS merged team in 8th place with a score of 84, Lance McClure of the Andes/SKCS merged team in a tie for 13th place with a score of 88, and in a tie for 17th place with scores of 91 were Boston Quarino and Parker Popp both of the Andes/SKCS merged team. Congratulations to all of the participants!!!
about 2 months ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and Athletic Directors, we would like to congratulate the individual accomplishments of our spring male athletes in golf. In Boys Individual Sectionals at the Mark Twain Golf Club in Elmira, NY both Grady Glennon and Gideon Glennon from Hunter Tannersville Central School attempted to qualify for the Boys Section IV State Team. The cutoff to qualify for the team was a two day stroke total of 165, but unfortunately Gideon missed by 3 strokes with a score of 168 and Grady missed by 4 strokes with a score of 169. Congratulations on representing your school and the Delaware League so proudly in this tournament!!!
about 2 months ago, Jim Adair
Congratulations to all of the Delaware League Varsity Softball and Varsity Baseball teams that are going to participate in the Section IV Class D Tournaments. For Varsity Softball the participants and seedings are Charlotte Valley #2, Windham Ashland Jewett #5, Roxbury/Gilboa Conesville #7, and Hunter Tannersville #10. For Varsity Baseball the participants and seedings are Gilboa Conesville/Windham Ashland Jewett #4 and South Kortright #6. Good luck to all of the teams in their post season play.
2 months ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and AD’s, we would like to congratulate our overall Delaware League Varsity Boys Baseball Champion the Gilboa Conesville/Windham Ashland Jewett Merged Team and our overall Delaware League Varsity Girls Softball Champion the Charlotte Valley Lady Wildcats. Gilboa Conesville/Windham Ashland Jewett defeated South Kortright by a score of 12-8 in the baseball championship game, and Charlotte Valley defeated the Roxbury/Gilboa Conesville Merged Team by a score of 18-9 in the softball championship game. Both games took place in Neahwa Park in Oneonta, NY and we would like to thank the City of Oneonta, the Parks and Recreation Department, and retiring Parks and Recreation Director Louise Lansing for allowing us to use their fields and for having them in great shape for us. We appreciate it so very much!!! Thank you!!!
2 months ago, Jim Adair
Tomorrow on Thursday May 9th, 2024 the Delaware League will be hosting the Varsity Boys Baseball Championship and the Varsity Girls Softball Championship in Neahwa Park in Oneonta, NY at 4:30 PM. The Baseball Championship will feature regular season champion and #1 seed the Gilboa Conesville/Windham Ashland Jewett Merged Team as the home team facing off against the runner up and #2 seed South Kortright as the visiting team on Field #6. The Softball Championship will feature regular season tri-champion Charlotte Valley as the home team, facing off against regular season tri-champion the Roxbury/Gilboa Conesville Merged Team as the visiting team on Ted Christman Field #4. Good Luck to all four teams participating and their home school fans!!!
2 months ago, Jim Adair
Tomorrow on Tuesday May 7th, 2024 the Delaware League will be hosting a Girls Varsity Softball playoff game between the home team Windham Ashland Jewett and the visiting team Charlotte Valley. The winner will advance to the Delaware League Varsity Girls Softball Championship against the Roxbury/Gilboa Conesville Merged Team in Neahwa Park in Oneonta, NY on Thursday May 9th, 2024 at 4:30 PM on Ted Christman Field #4. Good luck to both teams today!!!
2 months ago, Jim Adair
The Delaware League Individual Tennis Championships will be held this coming Wednesday May 15th, 2024 at Total Tennis in Saugerties, NY at 9:00 AM. The league will be crowning a boys singles champion, a girls singles champion, boys doubles champions, and girls doubles champions. Good luck to all of our athletes in this annual fun filled event after Section IV competition has been completed.
2 months ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and AD's, we would like to congratulate Jefferson Central School for being chosen by Section IV as the Delaware League representative for the NYSPHSAA Sportsmanship Plaque Award for the 2023-24 school year. This is a truly great honor that reflects well on your coaches, your student athletes, your school, and your community. Continue to do what you have been doing to emphasize sportsmanship in your school both on and off the fields and courts. We would like to wish your school district continued success in the 2024-25 school year!!!
3 months ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and AD’s, we would like to congratulate the Oneonta Board of Basketball Officials Retiring Assignor, Jamie O’Donnell, on being the recipient of the 2023-24 NYSAAA Section IV Distinguished Service Award which is given to an individual who is not an Athletic Administrator and has made a significant contribution over the years to athletics within Section IV. Jamie is a longtime official in soccer, basketball, and softball and in addition to assigning officials on the Oneonta Board, he has assigned and evaluated officials at the NYSPHSAA Girls Basketball Championships at Hudson Valley Community College. Thank you for all your assistance with the Delaware League and your continued service as a continuing official. Congratulations Jamie!!!
3 months ago, Jim Adair
On behalf of the Delaware League Superintendents and AD's, we would like to congratulate the following Varsity Boys Basketball players for being named to the NYSSWA 2023-24 Class D Boys All State Basketball Team lists. Named to the 1st Team was Connor Quarino of South Kortright Central School. Named to the 4th Team was Trevor Waid of Charlotte Valley Central School. Named to the 5th Team was Ezra Ontl of Charlotte Valley Central School. Named to the Honorable Mention list was Darren Dengler of South Kortright Central School. This is a tremendous honor and recognizes the hard work of these players, their teammates, and their coaching staff. The entire league, our schools, the athlete's families, and their local communities are very proud of these accomplishments.
3 months ago, Jim Adair
The Delaware League would like to congratulate the individuals from our league that this year are being inducted into the Section IV Hall of Fame. From the Class of 2024, we have two individuals being inducted. First is Jamie Harter from Charlotte Valley Central School, their past school superintendent and past Delaware League President. Second is John Rockefeller from South Kortright Central School and well know veteran boys and girls basketball official. These individuals have proudly represented their families, schools, and communities during their time at their respective schools and with their service to the Delaware League and Section IV athletics. These two individuals are a testament to their lasting legacies with their schools. Congratulations!!!
3 months ago, Jim Adair
Congratulations to Aaron Kaufman, Head Coach of the South Kortright Rams Varsity Boys Basketball Team on being selected as the BCANY Section IV Class D Varsity Boys Basketball Coach of the Year for the 2023-24 season. Also, congratulations to Connor Quarino of the South Kortright Rams Varsity Boys Basketball Team, on being selected as the BCANY Section IV Class D Player of the Year for the 2023-24 season, and also being selected to the All Section IV BCANY First Team All Star Team. The Delaware League is proud of you both for earning these great accomplishments and you both are terrific representatives of your school and communities.
4 months ago, Jim Adair