Syracuse falls short after late surge at #8 Miami (full coverage)

No. 8 Miami (6-0, 3-0 ACC) held off a second half Syracuse (4-4, 2-2 ACC) comeback bid in a 27-19 victory at Hard Rock Stadium on Saturday, Oct. 21. The Hurricanes were victorious in their 10th consecutive game. The Orange put up yet another strong second half, outscoring Miami 16-14 after halftime. Moe Neal accounted for the lone Syracuse touchdown... more

Week 7 Preview: Buffalo Bills vs. Tampa Bay

Running the football successfully could almost guarantee victory for the Bills based on the recent fortunes of the Buccaneers. Even though it’s had mixed success at best the past four games, Buffalo’s self-examination during the bye week should provide new solutions for the Bills ground game. Tampa’s run defense is steady, but not spectacular, so sticking to the run, provided... more

Cornell stuffs Brown, keeps pace with Ivy League leaders

For the first time since 2000, the Cornell football team will head into the second half of an Ivy League season with title aspirations. It guaranteed itself a chance to start the final four-game sprint next Saturday against defending champion Princeton in a primetime, nationally-televised showdown thanks to a dominant 34-7 victory over Brown on Homecoming Saturday at Schoellkopf Field.... more

Union holds off Hobart 28-23

The Hobart College football team outscored Union College 20-7 in the fourth quarter, but its late rally came up short and the Dutchmen were able to hold onto a 28-23 Liberty League victory. Statesmen senior quarterback Shane Sweeney broke his own Hobart game records for pass attempts and completions, finishing the day 33-of-59 for 293 yards and a touchdown. The... more

Syracuse basketball holds Media Day, Orange-White scrimmage

Syracuse basketball is back and despite the warm weather in Upstate New York this October, hoops season is looming. On Friday, the Orange hit the court with a completely new look roster and, as usual, expectations remain high for the program despute significant offseason losses… – Observations from Syracuse basketball’s Orange-White scrimmage (Syracuse.com) – 3 Reactions from Syracuse’s Orange and... more

Section V Football Playoffs: ER/Gananda, Clyde & Victor advance on Friday night

Friday night opened postseason play in Section V Football with no major surprises as the top seeds easily advanced to the second round. Full scoreboard below along with Saturday’s schedule of games… AA Webster Schroeder 7 McQuaid 20 AA Victor 49 Edison 6 B Batavia 36 Wayne 28 B Hornell 44 Newark 0 B Livonia 61 Waterloo 12 C East... more

2017 Section V high school football play-off brackets

The top eight teams from each classification across Section V will begin first round postseason action as Sectional football action gets underway on Friday and Saturday. Check out all the match-ups and tournament brackets below… – Get game results and Connors & Ferris Bowl matchups at SectionVFootball.org more

Rematch comes early for Groton, Lansing

Groton and Lansing will get their re-match immediately out of the gate back in the Bobcats’ house at Sobus Field in Lansing Friday afternoon in a Section IV Class C girls soccer quarterfinal match-up. Groton, seeded fifth, and Lansing, seeded fourth, were given automatic byes into the final eight teams along with No. 1 Trumansburg, No. 2 Unadilla Valley and... more

SOCCER: Romulus girls advance in upset win, South Seneca falls to Cuba

Thanks to a late goal in the first half by Ashlynn Currier on an assist from Lydia Seils, Romulus, tenth seeded, defeated Bradford, seventh seeded in an upset win in Class D, 1-0. Romulus is moving on to the next round. Hannah Burch posted two goals and two assists, and Delaney Morris had two goals as the No. 12 Rebels... more

SOCCER: Marcus Whitman boys sneak by LeRoy, face Williamson on Saturday

In this Section V Class C match, Marcus Whitman topped LeRoy by a score of 2-1. With all the final scoring coming in the last 12 minutes of the match, Marcus Whitman held on to advance to play Williamson (2nd seed) next Saturday at 6:30 p.m. at Williamson. FL Times: Read More more

Cornell basketball ranked 6th in Ivy preseason poll

Although the Cornell men’s basketball team is looking to make the jump to a top-four team in the Ivy League, the conference’s annual preseason media showed how difficult that climb might be, ranking the team No. 6 in the league. Cornell garnered 48 points in the poll to finish ahead of New England rivals Dartmouth and Brown. Unsurprisingly, the poll... more

GAMEDAY: Unbeaten Miami takes on giant-slayer Syracuse

Few could have imagined this scenario coming into Saturday’s University of Miami football game at home against Syracuse: a top-10 Hurricanes team after back-to-back, last-second victories over Florida State and Georgia Tech, facing the unranked Orange after an awe-inspiring upset over defending national champion Clemson. “Football has a lot to do with belief,” Hurricanes coach Mark Richt said a day... more

Syracuse vs. Miami preview: Five things to watch

The Syracuse Orange (4-3, 2-1) are riding high after defeating the Clemson Tigers last week. Now, with a national audience tuning in, they’ll get a chance to prove it was no fluke. SU faces the No. 8 Miami Hurricanes down at Hard Rock Stadium at 3:30 p.m. ET on Saturday. The Orange and Hurricanes haven’t faced off on the football... more

Yankees can’t close out ALCS; Game 7 tonight

Another dominant performance by Justin Verlander saved the Astros’ season for at least one more day and forced a Game 7 against the Yankees in the American League Championship Series. Verlander threw seven scoreless innings for the Astros, who got clutch hits from Brian McCann and Jose Altuve in the fifth and a spectacular catch at the wall in the... more

HIGH SCHOOL X-COUNTRY: Records fall at Waterloo

Napoleon’s vaunted army fell at Waterloo more than 200 years ago. It’s still talked about to this day. Now, something else has fallen at Waterloo. Although this event may not receive the recognition of that battle in Belgium back in 1815, it’s certainly noteworthy in its own right. Both the boys and girls course records toppled at Waterloo’s quad meet... more

Yankees sitting pretty as ALCS returns to Houston tonight

The American League Championship Series has a new leader as it shifts sites for Game 6. After claiming all three games on their home turf to remain unbeaten in the Bronx this postseason, the Yankees now hold a 3-2 advantage over the Astros in this best-of-seven ALCS presented by Camping World. Momentum is theirs, but Houston hopes to take it... more
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