After her Chautauqua Cattaraugus Athletic Association and Section 6 championship meet victories, Allegany-Limestone’s Angelina Napoleon can add CCAA Large School Runner of the Year to her long list of 2020 cross country accolades.

BELFAST — In what was its fourth-straight trip to the sectional finals, the Belfast boys soccer team was hoping to even the score.

SYRACUSE — With the chances of a high school winter season for some sports in New York seemingly hanging by a final thread, the man with a large voice in their fate is emphasizing that he is still holding onto a ray of hope.

OLEAN — Olean High registered four first-place finishes en route to taking second overall at the CCAA Division I Swimming and Diving Championship on Friday at Olean Intermediate Middle School.

BUFFALO — Brooke and Paige Pecorella led Allegany-Limestone to second place among five teams at the CCAA Division II swimming and diving championship on Thursday at the Flickinger Center.

PORTVILLE — On a night that featured an abundance of chances for each side, Chautauqua Lake’s Ian Riedesel was the only player who was able to find the net, as his late goal ended the Portville boys soccer team’s season on Thursday.

JAMESTOWN — With large invitationals being shelved for the year and last week’s CCAA meet sending out runners in waves due to COVID-19, the area’s top talent didn’t have much of a chance to race side-by-side this fall.

EMPORIUM, Pa. — The Cameron County football team jumped out to an early 12-0 lead, but it was all Otto-Eldred from there as the Terrors ended their season with a 40-18 District 9 Small School triumph.

How winter sports could look this academic year became a little clearer this week, as the Pennsylvania Interscholastic Athletic Association released return to play guidance for schools.

The response to my column on the death of regional sports legend Chuck Crist was unprecedented in this era of email. Dozens were merely thankful for the piece recounting his athletic skills and a life well-lived, but others wanted to share their own recollections of the man the Times Herald …

PORT ALLEGANY, Pa. — Blaine Moses had a monster game on both sides of the ball as Port Allegany closed its season with a decisive 44-6 non-league victory over Cameron County on Friday night.