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Hutton makes 47 saves for Sabres against Kings in second straight shutout

Hutton makes 47 saves for Sabres against Kings in second straight shutout
The Buffalo Sabres scored twice in the first 5:20 of their game Thursday night against the Los Angeles Kings, establishing early that they were prepared to bounce back from a tough loss the night before. Carter Hutton made 47 saves in the 3-0 win at Staples Center to record his second-straight shutout and set the franchise record for most saves... more

Three former Syracuse standouts picked in XFL Draft

Three former Syracuse standouts picked in XFL Draft
Former Orange guard Andrew Tiller, defensive back Jordan Martin and wide receiver Jamal Custis were selected in the inaugural XFL Draft. Held over the past two days via conference call, the draft featured a pool of more than 1,000 players. Picks were announced via social media and players were allocated in four, 10-round phases separated by position groups. The fifth phase was... more

DeLyser of Marion sets U.S. girls soccer career scoring record

DeLyser of Marion sets U.S. record for girls soccer career scoring
Marion senior Chloe DeLyser came into a road game Tuesday needing 3 goals to achieve U.S. career scoring record for girls soccer. She had a pair of goals already by the 4th minute; her record-breaking score came around in the 12th minute on a feed from her middle school sibling Abigail. She added a couple more goals later on for... more

Syracuse basketball’s Elijah Hughes named to watch list for best small forward

Syracuse basketball’s Elijah Hughes named to watch list for best small forward
Syracuse forward Elijah Hughes is one of 20 players named to the watch list for the 2020 Julius Erving Small Forward of the Year Award. The annual honor is in its sixth year and recognizes the top small forwards in Division men’s college basketball. The watch list was determined by a national committee of basketball personnel. Hughes, a redshirt junior, is... more

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: A whole ‘nother conundrum of things (podcast)

KENNY’S 2 PENNIES: A whole ‘nother conundrum of things (podcast)
This week Kenny expresses his concern over Syracuse football’s lackluster performance last Thursday night against the N.C. State Wolfpack and then looks ahead to this Friday night’s game in the Dome against Pittsburgh. Also, a preview of the Bills match-up with Miami coming off a bye week and some local high school sports shout outs. . more

Former Bills QB, Tyree Jackson, picked in ninth round of XFL

Former Bills QB, Tyree Jackson, picked in ninth round of XFL
Former University at Buffalo quarterback Tyree Jackson was drafted in the ninth round, 65th overall, in Phase 1 of the XFL Draft on Tuesday by the DC Defenders. Oddly enough, the Defenders’ other quarterback also has Buffalo ties as Bills’ 2016 fourth-round pick Cardale Jones was among the eight assigned quarterbacks before the draft began. Jones spent one season with... more

Volley for a Cure at Waterloo HS raises funds for Thrive to Survive

Volley for a Cure at Waterloo HS raises  funds for Thrive to Survive
Waterloo Volleyball hosted the 11th annual Volley for a Cure on Saturday, October 12th. Twelve teams from across Section V came out for a great day of volleyball and a chance to be a part of this fundraising event. Proceeds this year are being donated to Thrive to Survive (www.thrivetosurvive.org). Pictured here are the sportsmanship winners from each participating team. more

Timberwolves officially sign former Syracuse guard Tyus Battle to contract

Timberwolves officially sign former Syracuse guard Tyus Battle to contract
The Minnesota Timberwolves officially signed former Syracuse guard Tyus Battle to a contract today. The team announced the transaction on its website. Battle, who spent three seasons at SU, played for the Timberwolves in the NBA Summer League. Soon thereafter, reports surfaced that he had signed an Exhibit 10 contract. But he had not appeared on the Minnesota roster, nor... more
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