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Special Cougars Team Claims Tie For Title

May 17, 2013

Mark Petersen, the athletic director at Cassadga Valley Central School, had a scheduling meeting on Thursday morning in Salamanca, so he wasn’t at the Sinclairville campus until early afternoo....

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May-17-13 11:13 AM

These is just what we all love to read, great teamwork, great coaching...the basics of good sport ethics. Especially in a day where everyone is trying to make superstars and "individualize" their own athlete as a superstar. Love it when you can take a great coach who is highly respected, teach some great skills to a group of athletes!Thats WINNING!

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Gator71

May-17-13 8:42 AM

What a great article to wake up to. Having grown up in Falconer and being a life long friend of Joe and the Mistretta family, I am very happy for him and his teams success. Joe has followed along in his dads footsteps in sports and in character.Tom Mistretta was a great man. To this day, I have said and will continue to say, that Joe Mistretta was the greatest and most exciting, high school athlete, that I have ever witnessed. I have seen thousands of kids play sports over the years and Joe is at the top of my list.It's awesome that he he share his and his fathers knowledge with kids. Good luck CV in the playoffs and I hope the CV community feels fortunate to have him there.

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