101.5 Seconds of Sports Oct. 4, 2012
The Yankees hammered Boston 14-2 last night behind Curtis Granderson and Robinson Cano's 2 home runs apiece. The Yankees win the A.L. East by 2 games over the Orioles, who lost to Tampa Bay 4-1 last night and will battle the Texas Rangers in a single Wild Card game on Friday for the right to face the Yankees in the ALDS starting Sunday,
Our Broadcast Schedule is a busy one this weekend: Tomorrow night we return to Dryden for High School Football as the Purple Lions entertain Candor at 7pm ... pregame at 6:45. On Saturday, the SUNY Cortland Red Dragons head to Ewing, New Jersey to take on TCNJ at Noon ... pregame starts at 11:25am. The Jets play in the Monday Night Football spotlight against the Houston Texans this week. The game starts at 8:30 with pregame activities starting at 7:30.
Please join Oldies 101.5 at SUNY Cortland's Wallace Field as the Red Dragons Baseball Team plays host to Marietta College of Ohio in Cortland's annual fall doubleheader. This year, the teams are raising money for the United Way of Cortland County. The games begin at 11am and bins will be set up at the entrance gates for donations to be collected. There will also be commemorative T-Shirts sold at the event. All money raised will go to the United Way for Cortland County to fund their 14 member agencies. If you can't make the games, you can listen to them, with Game 1 airing on Oldies 101.5 beginning at 11am and game 2 on Cortland Internet Radio at: http://cortlandreddragons.com/radio
. You can also donate online at http://cortlandunitedway.org
... click on " Ways To Give ".
SUNY Cortland's Volleyball team swept Scranton 3-0 last night to raise their record to 21-2 on the season.
TC3's Women's Soccer team lost 2-1 in overtime to SUNY Delhi.
In High School Sports from Wednesday, DeRuyter and McGraw played to a 1-1 tie in Boys Soccer, Port Byron beat Cortland 3-1 in Field Hockey and in Cross Country The J-D boys and Girls beat Cortland, The Mexico Boys beat Homer but the Homer Boys beat Mexico and the Tully Boys ran by Faith Heritage.
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