The SUNY Cortland Red Dragons kept their regular season championship hopes alive by sweeping a doubleheader from Potsdam yesterday by scores of 8-0 (6 innings: 8 run rule) and 1-0. In Game 1, Cortland came up with 6 runs on 6 hits and capped the win with two runs in the 6th, on an RBI double by Carrie Stoddard and a walk-off RBI single from Diane Cork. In Game 2, the Red Dragons tallied an unearned run in the 3rd, thanks in part to a pair of errors by Potsdam pitcher Megan Briner. Cortland is 12-4 in the SUNYAC and will travel to Oswego for their last league games of the regular season on Saturday. Prior to that, the 21-14 Red Dragons travel to Nazareth Thursday for a non-league doubleheader.
On today's schedule, The SUNY Cortland Woman's Lacrosse team entertains The College at Brockport and the Baseball team is schedule for a single game at Ithaca College.
In High School Boys Lacrosse yesterday, Jamesville-Dewitt beat Homer 11-6.
In Minor League Baseball, Rochester beat Syracuse 5-2. The chiefs are at Louisville tonight. Elsewhere, Portland downed Binghamton 7-4. Game two of that series is tonight in Binghamton.
When asked by the New York Media if he thought he'd be the starting quarterback for the New York Jets this season, Geno Smith had a simple, one-word answer ... " Yes ". As a rookie last season, the Jets were 8-8 with Smith at the helm, despite some wildly inconsistent moments. Smith, who was responsible for 25 turnovers last year, said his experience last year
" does wonders for him ". The Jets brought in veteran QB Michael Vick to challenge Smith for the top job this off-season.
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