The 2022 New York softball All-State selections have been announced and Section 4 lead the state with 36 selections. Among the first-team selections, was Greene pitcher Olivia Kennedy who was also named the Class C Player of the Year.
The Binghamton girls’ flag football team made history as the first-ever Section 4 flag football champions with a win over Union-Endicott in early June. A few weeks later, the team was honored at their school with their official medals and a trophy on Thursday afternoon.
In her final meet for Binghamton, Emily Mackay placed sixth in the 1,500 at the NCAA Outdoor Track & Field Championships on Saturday. In doing so, she clinched her fifth NCAA Division I All-America honor, which is the highest total earned by a Binghamton athlete during their Division I era.
The Binghamton Rumble Ponies fell to the Bowie Baysox 9-0 in the series opener Tuesday night. Bowie scored two in the second inning, four in the sixth, and three in the eighth to account for the scoring.
Even though the high school sports season has come to an end, teams are still celebrating their state titles from the 2021-2022 season. The Whitney Point Eagles did just that, as the school hosted a celebration to honor their state championship-winning field hockey team on Tuesday night.
Hayes was a force on both sides of the ball for the Chenango Forks Blue Devils. On offense, he bolstered one of the most lethal running attacks in the state of New York. On defense, Hayes disrupted plays from the line of scrimmage, accumulating 86 tackles and seven sacks on the year.
The two-time all-defense team selection was a big contributor on the defensive side of the ball for the Warriors in 2022. A three-year varsity letter winner, Knup helped his team to a Section 4 Championship in 2021, and a second-place finish in 2022.
Caden Fortunato tossed seven scoreless innings, and the Deposit-Hancock batters gave him plenty of run support, as the D-H Eagles are headed to the Class D state title game after taking down Crown Point 15-0.
Nikita Kucherov scored on a breakaway and Andrei Vasilevskiy had 33 saves Tuesday night, helping the two-time defending NHL champions shut down the Rangers 4-1 and even the best-of-seven series at two games apiece.
Nikita Kucherov and Steven Stamkos scored to wipe out a two-goal deficit, and Ondrej Palat finished a dramatic comeback with the 10th winning playoff goal of his career Sunday in a 3-2 victory that cut the Rangers’ lead in the Eastern Conference final to 2-1.
After winning the series opener with an offensive display, the New York Rangers used a strong defensive effort to take Game 2. Now they are two victories away from reaching the Stanley Cup Final for the first time in eight years.
Mika Zibanejad, Artemi Panarin and Frank Vatrano each had a goal and an assist, Chris Kreider also scored and Alexis Lafrenière and Adam Fox each had two assists to help New York win its franchise-record seventh straight home playoff game. Igor Shesterkin stopped 37 shots to improve to 8-3 in the last 11 games.
Shortstop Jake Evans extended his hitting streak to a program-record 22 games as the Binghamton Bearcats advanced in the America East Conference tournament, taking down UMass Lowell 8-5 at Matheny Diamond in Maine.