Spotlight

  • Action Sports Spotlight-JC GIrls Cross Country

    THE STARTING LINE'S THE ONLY TIME IN THE RACE WHERE OPPONENTS HAVE BEEN CLOSE TO THE JOHNSON CITY WILDCATS THIS SEASON. THE STATE'S THIRD RANKED CLASS "B" SQUAD HAS PILED UP THE HARDWARE WITH THREE INVITATIONAL WINS.

  • Action Sports Spotlight: Chenango Forks vs. Chenango Valley

    It may not end up being the biggest game of the year, but as of right now, it most definitely is the biggest. River rivals Forks and Valley are both undefeated and state ranked.

  • Bearcat Sports Complex Opens

    THE CURTAIN RISES ON A NEW ERA OF BEARCAT ATHLETICS WHEN THE WOMEN'S SOCCER TEAM HELPS UNVEIL THE BEARCATS SPORTS COMPLEX. THE THREE-POINT-SIX MILLION DOLLAR FACILITY WILL BE THE NEW HOME OF THE SOCCER AND LACROSSE PROGRAMS.

  • Sports Spotlight - Andrew Robinson

    Of course the college season starts a little earlier. Friday night the Syracuse Orange kick off the 2007 season with a new man under center Justin Horowitz talks with A-Rob in this week's action sports spotlight.

  • B-Mets Season Recap

    The B-Mets finished the season with a 61-81 record, good for last place in the North Division. But their record didn't tell the whole story of the 2007 season.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Mahamoud Jabbi

    Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) - "He's our energy guy. He's our "X" factor," says head coach Mark Macon. "Gritty, he's going to get inside, grab rebounds for us," adds junior guard Chretien Lukusa.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Penn State Football

  • Action Sports Spotlight- Wrestling National Championships

    IT'S BEEN MONTHS SINCE NEW YORK STATE CHAMPIONS WERE CROWNED ON THE WRESTLING MAT. BUT THAT HARDLY MEANS THE GRAPPLERS ARE TAKING THE SUMMER OFF.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Joe Calvello

    It's called the sweet science, but Joey Calvello will have none of it. You see, he's a liberal arts major. Looking for something to keep him busy, the Binghamton University senior decided to give boxing a try.

  • All In The Family

    Former U-E and Syracuse standout Art Jones enjoyed some time with his family over the holidays while he prepares for the NFL draft

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