High School

  • Four athletes sign D-1 letters of intent

    (WBNG Binghamton) The Binghamton University wrestling program continues to load up on Section IV talent, and they added a few more wrestlers with New York state titles on Friday.

  • Tamed Tigers: U-E shut out in state quarterfinals

    Cicero, NY (WBNG Binghamton) At 3-6, Union-Endicott wasn't supposed to be much of a match for undefeated Indian River. But the Tigers proved to be a formidable opponent for the fifth ranked team in the state, before losing 19-0 in the state quarterfinals on Friday night.

  • Cruise Control: Tioga rolls into state semifinals

    Cicero, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Tioga sophomore Jesse Manuel totaled more than 230 yards on the ground and two scores, his fellow running back Brad Jump scored three times, and the Tigers cruised to a 46-22 win over Dolgeville in the state football quarterfinals on Friday night.

  • Another state playoff run begins for Maine-Endwell

    (WBNG Binghamton) A year ago, the state quarterfinals are where Maine-Endwell nearly lost its first game in three years. But the Spartans edged Cazenovia on their way to another state title, and now a year later, M-E is defending an even longer winning streak.

  • Final Four Bound: Uncharted territory for Harpursville volleyball

    Harpursville, NY (WBNG Binghamton) For Harpursville volleyball, the state tournament is uncharted territory. For the first time in school history, the Hornets volleyball team has made it to the state final four and now they're hoping to turn that into a state title.

  • From Hunters to Hunted: Forks still hungry for another title

    Town of Chenango, NY (WBNG Binghamton) From the hunters to the hunted. Last year at this time Chenango Forks was fueled by a state semifinal loss in 2012. That helped propel them to last year's state title. Now that they have a target on their back, they say it doesn't change their attitude.

  • U-E takes no issues with underdog status

    Endicott, NY (WBNG BINGHAMTON) It's not often we move past sectional finals and we're still talking about a team with a 3-6 record, but here we are: Union-Endicott is repping Section 4 in Class A despite that sub-par record.

  • Tioga faced doubt from season's first snap

    Endicott (WBNG BINGHAMTON) For any football team, there are always a few plays that stand out during the season. That's especially true if you're on your way to a fourth straight sectional title like Tioga, but one of the biggest plays for the Tigers this year was made by Newark Valley.

  • Regionals football schedule

    (WBNG BINGHAMTON) The full schedule for Section IV teams in the NYSPHSAA football regional round.

  • Spartans: late first half TD provided big lift vs. Norwich

    Endicott (WBNG BINGHAMTON) When it comes to Maine-Endwell on the gridiron, there really aren't many turning points. Typically, the Spartans just dominate from the start and, well...win. However, one moment stood out during the Spartans' 48-20 win over Norwich in the Section IV Class B title game.

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