• Action Sports Spotlight - Long-Distance Woes

    It's been 21 years since college basketball changed forever with the addition of the three-point line. This year, the NCAA has made another big change by moving the line back. Has it changed the game again? We explore its effects on the area teams in this week's Action Sports Spotlight.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - STOP-DWI Regional Matchup

    While the National bracket gets the attention, there's a big regional matchup shaping up in this year's STOP-DWI Holiday classic.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - STOP-DWI Holiday Classic

    For area high school basketball fans, Christmas always comes a few days after the holiday when the Stop-DWI Classic tips off. Seven of the country's top teams come to town for three days of action. And every year, Binghamton goes toe-to-toe with the big boys. Justin Horowitz tells us what the Patriots are up against in this week's Action Sports Spotlight.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Cortland Football

    On Saturday both Syracuse and Colgate had their years end on a loss. But it's not over yet. SUNY Cortland is still alive, and Justin Horowitz talks with the Red Dragons about their next step in the NCAA tournament in this week's action sports spotlight.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Arthur Jones

    UE grad Arthur Jones may be the best player on the Syracuse football team. To many that doesn't say a whole lot, but how about this. The play by play announcers at Notre Dame said he was the best nose tackle they've seen all year. We catch up with the former Tiger about his big game and future plans in this week's action sports spotlight.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Jason Boltus

    This past Saturday Jason Boltus played his final regular season home game for Hartwick College. But when he left the Stadium, he knew he'd have one more game, he hoped in the NCAA tournament.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Chenango Forks Soccer

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Marathon Field Hockey

    The last time Marathon won a state title in field hockey, it was their third in a row. Last year they won their second straight, so it's only natural to assume the rule of 3 means they'll do it again in 2008.

  • Academic All Star - Brenton Jones

    On the soccer field he is a marked man, while earning high marks in the class. Windsor high school senior Brenton Jones was the top scorer for his Black Knights team, averaging about a goal a game and he also has one of the highest GPA's.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - UE Girl's Soccer

    The first goal scored in yesterday's STAC finals was a significant one.This was the first time all season that the UE girls team trailed a game. And that tells you 2 things about the Tigers. They have a stingy defense and a prolific offense. And the fact that they ended up winning tells you another. They are very good. Which is why we put them under the glare of this week's action sports spotlight.

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