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Cornell takes on #1 Maryland in NCAA Quarterfinals at noon today

Cornell is set to battle No. 1 Maryland in the quarterfinals of the 2018 NCAA Men’s Lacrosse Tournament with a berth to championship weekend on the line when the team’s meet at noon at Navy-Marine Corps Memorial Stadium in Annapolis, Md. The Big Red is making its 21st trip to the national quarterfinals after posting a gritty 10-9 victory over... more

Yanks crank out 5 homers in win over Royals

Gleyber Torres hit a go-ahead three-run homer in the fourth inning to boost the Yankees to an 8-3 victory over the Royals on Saturday night at Kauffman Stadium. The big blow by Torres came after Clint Frazier walked and Ronald Torreyes singled to open the fourth. Torres then drove a Danny Duffy pitch comfortably over the wall in left to... more

Angry parents cost this Honeoye coach his job and reputation so he sued them and won $50K

Mark Storm’s message to the hundreds of boys and girls he met as a teacher and coach at Honeoye Central was “give me four years and I’ll give you a lifetime.” He gave more than half his life to the small school south of Rochester, as a physical education teacher for 29 years and coach for 31 in basketball, baseball,... more

NBA mock drafts still torn on Tyus Battle’s first round status

Tyus Battle is already well into the swing of things at the NBA Draft combine, where on day one, the Syracuse Orange guard had a mixed bag of results (according to Syracuse.com). He’s at 6-foot-7 in sneakers, with a 6-foot-9 wing span, according to official measurements. And the (would-be) rising junior has just four-percent body fat, which is one of... more

Syracuse announces kickoff times, networks for three games

Syracuse Orange football has three more games you can mark with sharpie in your calendars. As television stations start working out national games for the season, the Orange find themselves locked into two more nationally televised games for 2018 on the ESPN family of networks, plus the home opener time has also been set in stone. NunesMagician.com: Read More more

Yankees, Sabathia can’t get on track against Royals

The usually powerful Yankees’ offense couldn’t provide any thunder on Friday night as a strong start by Royals right-hander Jakob Junis boosted Kansas City to a 5-2 victory at Kauffman Stadium. The Royals struck early against Yankees starter CC Sabathia, thanks largely to the hitting and baserunning exploits of Whit Merrifield. The second baseman, who had three hits and three... more

deGrom ties career high with 13 K’s in Mets win

In a sense, Jacob deGrom said recently, the most frustrating part of May was that he had pitched so well. Before the Mets removed deGrom from a May 2 start due to a hyperextended right elbow, he felt untouchable. When they skipped deGrom’s next start out of caution, he believed he was healthy enough to pitch. When the Mets again... more

Syracuse to host Boeheim brother matchup when Cornell visits on 12/1

Syracuse Athletics announced Thursday that it will will meet with Cornell for the 124th time when the Orange hosts the Big Red on Dec. 1 in the Carrier Dome. Last season, SU head coach Jim Boeheim coached against then-freshman at Cornell and his son, Jimmy. This season, the matchup will add another Boeheim: Jim’s other son and soon-to-be Syracuse freshman... more

Thurman Thomas’ No. 34 to be retired by the Bills

As a Pro Football Hall of Famer, a Bills Wall of Famer and the team’s all-time leading rusher, Thurman Thomas’ legacy as a Buffalo Bill was essentially already etched in stone. Now his jersey No. 34 will be part of that legacy as the club announced they’ll be retiring his number this fall. Thomas is just the third player in... more

Tioga rallies for walk-off win over Trumansburg in IAC Small School final

Tioga got its offense going just in time Wednesday, with three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning rallying the Tigers to a 4-3 victory over Trumansburg in the Interscholastic Athletic Conference Small School baseball final at Tompkins Cortland Community College in Dryden. Mitch Taylor delivered the final blow, capping the comeback with a sacrifice fly to right field... more

Nimmo’s HR in 9th all Mets muster in defeat

When the Mets walked off the field on April 13, winners of nine straight, they knew they could not continue playing with such gusto forever. Defeats would come. Bad streaks were inevitable. But even the foremost pessimists among them could hardly have envisioned this: the Mets’ 12-1 loss to the Blue Jays on Wednesday ensured they will go five full... more

What tests will Tyus Battle face at the NBA Draft combine?

This year’s collection of NBA Draft hopefuls features a slew of big names with lottery aspirations, along with players like the Syracuse Orange’s Tyus Battle. Battle, like numerous others outside the lottery range, is vying for some coveted spots at the back half of the first round. And to do that, he’ll need to earn the attention of front offices... more

MOTORSPORTS: Troyer set a car-building standard that continues today

Several area tracks offered condolences and hosted ceremonies last week in honor of Maynard Troyer. Troyer passed away last week. He was 79. The all-time Modified win leader at Spencer Speedway, Troyer first raced in Williamson in the 1960s when he drove a Street Stock. He broke through for his first Spencer victory in 1965, then raked in 11 checkered... more

Judge asks for more info in case of Red Creek parent challenging Section V

The hearing stemming from a controversial injunction sought in February by the parent of a Red Creek girls basketball player after his daughter was ejected from a Section V Tournament game has been delayed again. It was scheduled for Tuesday but has been pushed back indefinitely, Section V executive director Kathy Hoyt said. It’s the third delay. Hearings were initially set for early and late March. The... more
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