Herons to host NCAA soccer opening rounds in Geneva

The William Smith College soccer team will host NCAA Division III Women’s Soccer Championship first and second round games this weekend, Nov. 12-13. The No. 1 Herons will take on Worcester State on Saturday, Nov. 12 at 11 a.m. on Cozzens Field. Saturday’s second match will feature Trinity (Conn.) and WPI and will be played on Cozzens Field at 1:30... more

Union Springs’ Grace Van Horn signs letter of intent to pitch at St. Bonavanture

Grace Van Horn completed the final step of her goal with a few strokes of the pen. The Union Springs senior signed a letter of intent to pitch for the St. Bonaventure softball team on Thursday during a ceremony in the Union Springs High School library. Van Horn is believed to be the first Union Springs softball player to sign... more

Midlakes falls to Spencerport in Class B regional volleyball qualifier

After winning the Class B title over Pavilion, the Midlakes boys volleyball team were looking for another big win in the Class B regional qualifier against Spenceport. However, they were unable to do so, as the Rangers were able to knock off the Screaming Eagles on Thursday at Webster Schroeder. Daily Messenger – Sports: Read More more

High school football State Regionals kick off Friday

High school football State Regionals kick off Friday
The high school football playoffs resume Friday night with the State Regionals at C-NS. First up at 5 p.m. is the Class D quarterfinal between Onondaga Central and Sidney. The Tigers are ranked No 4 in the latest state poll, with the Warriors checking in at No. 7. Both teams are expected to have high scores, with both offenses averaging... more

Bills Today: Officiating chief says MNF refs were in the wrong

It’s little consolation now after the six-point loss to Seattle, but NFL VP of officiating Dean Blandino admitted Walt Anderson’s crew was wrong on multiple fronts in their handling of the field goal attempt after Richard Sherman ran into Dan Carpenter. Read More at BuffaloBills.com FULL BILLS COVERAGE ONLINE: – Eric Wood to have surgery Wednesday (BuffaloBills.com) – Bills resurgent passing... more

Syracuse vs. NC State preview: Five things to watch

Things did not go well for the Syracuse Orange (4-5, 2-3) last week against Clemson. But they have a chance to right the ship again this Saturday when the NC State Wolfpack (4-5, 1-4) come to town. There’s no line on this one because we don’t know Eric Dungey’s status just yet. Still, there are some constants for SU in... more

Orange top LeMoyne in final exhibition game

Andrew White led the Orange with 24 points as Syracuse defeated cross-town foe Le Moyne, 97-64, on Tuesday night in the Carrier Dome, in its final exhibition game of the season. White added two steals and a rebound to his resume on the night, while Tyus Battle had 17 points, two steals, two rebounds and two assists off the bench.... more

Syracuse hoops opens 2016-17 campaign tonight against Colgate

Syracuse starts its 2016-17 regular season as the Colgate Raiders head to the Carrier Dome this Friday, November 11. Opening tip-off is set for 7.p.m. This will be Jim Boeheim’s 41st season opener as head coach for the Orange. Syracuse is 36-4 in season openers under Coach Boeheim. Read More at Cuse.com FULL ORANGE HOOPS COVERAGE ONLINE: – What channel is... more

Don Culligan, legendary Ithaca High coach, dies at 93

Donald Culligan left quite the impact on the Ithaca community as a teacher, coach and elected official. Achieving numerous high school coaching records and having a basketball court and street named in his honor will keep his name in the public eye, but Culligan’s true legacy will live on through the lives he impacted in more than 40 years of... more

X Country finishes strong: Sona Dobronova to run at states

Penn Yan Cross Country runner Sona Dobronova has qualified for the New York State meet which will be held at Chenango Valley State Park Nov. 12 after finishing 6th in the Section V Championship meet Nov. 5. Coach Richard Smith says this is the second consecutive year that a Penn Yan girl has advanced to the state meet. Macy Nicholson... more

Upstate Orange Podcast: Big five questions for the upcoming Syracuse basketball season

Who will man the point this season? Which newcomer will have the biggest impact? Who will log the most minutes in the center of the zone? Join Jim Sinicropi and Brad Conner as they return for another winter of Syracuse basketball and look at the 2016-17 Orange as they discuss these questions and more, including the first installment of Conner’s Corner... more

Weber This Week: The Dog’s official Election Day endorsements

One day before the election, Harold “The Dog” Weber gives his official endorsements and discusses the hot sports topics from the past weekend on his live show Monday morning. Remember to vote on Tuesday and check out FingerLakes1.com’s live election night coverage from 8:00 – 11:00 pm Tuesday night. AUDIO ONLY VERSION: more

Ithaca.com: A return to Schoellkopf Field

If most football fans were asked to name ten, twenty, or even fifty colleges that are a likely pipeline to the NFL, Cornell would very likely not make that list. Based on my visit to Schoellkopf Field on Saturday, that perception could be challenged. I sat for part of the game with three guys who have NFL connections, and all... more
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