Spotlight

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Big Start For Big Red

    Fresh off its season-opening win at Alabama, the Big Red is receiving votes in the latest national top 25 rankings. And senior Ryan Wittman was named the Mid-Major player of the week for his 23-point effort against the Crimson Tide. Justin Horowitz spoke with Big Red coach Steve Donahue and got his thoughts on what could be the best season of Big Red basketball.

  • "Little" Brother

    Endicott, NY (WBNG Binghamton) He is the little brother in chronology only. Chandler Jones is 6-foot-5 and 250 pounds. He is also the youngest of 3 brothers. Oldest brother Art is gearing up for the Senior Bowl this week and the NFL next season. Middle brother Jon is a title contender in the UFC. And the little brother is set to make a name for himself this season.

  • Vestal Grad Helps Power Bearcat Offense

    Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) Offense has helped the BU baseball team dominate. They have topped double digits in runs 11 times during conference season, 3 times going over 20 runs.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Newark Valley Football Turnaround

    The football section playoffs kick off this weekend and when the season started, not many people predicted that Newark Valley would be part of the show. After all, they'd won only 14 games combined since 2004. Justin Horowitz tells us about the remarkable turnaround of the Valley in this week's Action Sports Spotlight.

  • Bearcats Back In Baseball

    Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) They are coming off the best season in program history, plans are made for a sparkling new baseball complex and the Bearcats return nearly their entire lineup from last season.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - BU Tennis

    Vestal, NY (WBNG Binghamton) As you've seen, the BU baseball team has been built up around local talent. Well another team on campus has gone a different route.

  • Triple Trouble

    (WBNG Binghamton) Jordan, Christopher and Jason O'Brien were born a total of 2 minutes apart. And the triplets have stayed pretty close together ever since. Like most teenagers they battle over bragging rights and car privileges, but they also battle on the ice. The 3 are a big part of the Chenango Forks hockey team, and as we find out in this week's action sports spotlight, while they may be triplets, they are nothing like each other on the ice.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Troy Nickerson

    It seems like Chenango Forks grad Troy Nickerson has been at Cornell forever since earning All-American honors as a freshman. Injuries have given him a fifth year of eligibility. Now as he begins his final hurrah, the reigning 125-pound national champion expects nothing short of a repeat. Justin Horowitz catches up with the local legend in this week's Action Sports Spotlight.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Nick Evans

    Binghamton, NY (WBNG Binghamton) "I think a big part of baseball is learning how to deal with failure. And you know, I am excited about this year.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Jordan Thomas and DaQuan Jones

    They grew up together, but played their high school football for different schools. Then they signed on with different division 1 colleges. In last week's Ernie Davis Classic they played together on the same team once again, but both Jordan Thomas and DaQuan Jones say it won't be for the last time. They explain in this week's action sports spotlight.

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