Spotlight

  • Action Sports Spotlight - All Star Snub

    For DJ Rivera, the bad was certainly being left off the first team all conference team. It was the first time in America East history that the conference's leading scorer was not on the first team.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Tyree Hankerson

    Ask just about any college coach and they'll tell you putting their team together is among the hardest things they do all season.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Greene Girls Basketball

    If you're a high school hoops fan, this is your favorite time of the year. Conference playoffs tip off tonight with the section tournament starting next week. One team with very high expectations is the Greene girls. We get to know the undefeated Trojans in this week's Action Sports Spotlight.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - "Tiki" Mayben

    "It's actually been easy for me right now. Everybody is focusing on DJ and with that said I get the leftovers." There has been a lot left over for Tiki Mayben lately.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - B-Sens Coach

    Ottawa's gain is once again Binghamton's loss. With Cory Clouston now in Ottawa, the B-Sens need a bench boss for Wednesday's game.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Philly Connection

    One's a dominant scoring machine, making a name for himself in his first year as a Bearcat. This one's a 6-foot-9 bruiser manning the middle for the Orange.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Troy Nickerson

    Just one month ago, Chenango Forks grad Troy Nickerson was coming off another rash of injuries and unranked in the antion. Now he's the 3rd ranked wrestler at 125 pounds, and looking to get better.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Brian Elliott

    " It's really what have you done for me lately.You have to keep everything in check and make sure you're good to go for every game.

  • Action Sports Spotlight - Clarence Megwa

    What do the NFL's offensive rookie of the year and the possible next coach of the New York Jets have in common? A Binghamton high school graduate, of course. And one that's also coming back from a scary injury. Boston College junior wide receiver Clarence Megwa is the focus of this week's action sports spotlight.

  • 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.

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