Spotlight

  • Foote Playing Big For Red

    Tuesday, Jul 20 at 3:29 PM

    Ithaca, NY (WBNG Binghamton) As teams are introduced, you often see the player get his name called run through a pack of teammates to sky upward in a chest bump on the floor. Ivy kids roll a little different. Jeff Foote likes to play paper rock scissors. He always throws rock, and never loses. In a nutshell, that has been his senior season, rock hard, and still winning.

  • Breaking Up

    It's happening in the Big Leagues... And at NYSEG Stadium... "It's like a flying object." "It's like a knife." Infielder Jon Malo says, "I've seen a lot of bats shatter and explode in any direction.

  • Sindelar Ready To Go

    Joey Sindelar spoke to action sports about his game, and his return to the En-Joie golf club at Monday Dick's Sporting Goods Open media day.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - U-E Girl's Lacrosse

    "It's never good when you go through a season and you don't win any games. It's kind of a downer." Yet that's exactly what happened three years ago for the Union-Endicott girls lacrosse team.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Lansing Baseball

    The Lansing Bobcats can't wait for the state playoffs to start. Then they can start working towards forgetting last year's heartbreak.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - CV Pitchers

    The second STAc semi is just underway, and features undefeated and #1 ranked Chenango Valley, and the Warriors hope that it's true that pitching wins championships. CV's four dominant arms of Brian Eggleston, Dan Pendleton, Eric Bidwell and Derek Stupski combined for a no-hitter to start the season and have an combined ERA a shade over one. They tell Justin Horowitz their secrets to success in this week's action sports spotlight.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Cortland St. Lacrosse

    The Cortland St. Red Dragons have won 11 straight, by a combined 163 goals. They won every conference game by at least 11 goals, winning the championship in a 13 goal romp.

  • B-Met Bobblehead

    In the past there has been Jose Reyes, Mike Piazza and David Wright. But this season the Binghamton Mets wanted something different for their bobble head, so they put it to an online vote.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Jessica Thompson

    " There was a campus wide email, and that's how it started." And with that a new career was born. After serving with the Army reserves in Operation Iraqi Freedom 3, Binghamton native Jessica Thompson returned home.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Joe Hietpas

    After earning his first "AA" win last night, Joe Hietpas simply said he was lucky. But luck has nothing to do with being back in Binghamton for a record 6th time this season, but for the first time without the catching gear. With an economics degree from Nortwestern and a good reason to be known as "moonlight", there's a lot to discuss in this week's action sports spotlight.

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