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Preview: Cardinals invade Buffalo to take on Bills

Increasing the tempo and reducing game plan volume are two main changes being implemented by new offensive coordinator Anthony Lynn in the hope that it will allow Buffalo’s most talented playmakers to shine. Through the first two weeks of the 2016 campaign Buffalo’s offense was uneven in performance, efficiency and execution. It’s partly why head coach Rex Ryan felt a... more

Trumansburg boys nips Union Springs to stay perfect

Andrew Stewart and Connor Baird scored Thursday as visiting Trumansburg edged Interscholastic Athletic Conference rival Union Springs, 2-1, to remain undefeated on the boys’ soccer season. Stewart drove in a shot off a Wolves defender to open the scoring with 7 minutes, 7 seconds left in the first half. He later set up Baird with a long throughball to snap... more

The 31st Lap #211: Drag racers Jason Oldfield and Jon Pellicane in-studio

Drag racers Jon Pellicane, champion NHRA racer and his friend, Jason Oldfield were inside the FingerLakes1.com Studios to talk about the upcoming 9.90 race at Empire Dragway in Leicester, NY during Thursday night’s live edition of The 31st Lap Podcast on FingerLakes1.TV… Watch or listen to Episode #211 of The 31st Lap Podcast at FingerLakes1.TV more

Tyler Ennis traded from Milwaukee Bucks to Houston in exchange for Michael Beasley (report)

Former Syracuse point guard Tyler Ennis was traded from Milwaukee to Houston in exchange for veteran forward Michael Beasley, according to a report from Yahoo! NBA reporter Adrian Wojnarwoski. Wojnarowski Tweeted that Milwaukee made the deal due to an injury to forward Khris Middleton, who will miss six months with a torn hamstring. Beasley gives Milwaukee depth at forward for... more

South Seneca Falcon sisters put on a show

One particular comment on a game-report email stuck out to me this week. “It was a Shaulis Sisters Show tonight,” wrote South Seneca girls soccer coach Nicole Hayward. The emoticon next to it was what first drew my attention instead of actually reading the scoring report. I glanced at that next, and it became clear the Shaulis family had a... more

Orange Renew Series with UConn today

For the first time in 2016, the Syracuse football team (1-2) will hit the road when it takes on Connecticut (2-1) at Rentschler Field on Saturday, Sept. 24. Kickoff is slated for 1 p.m. The game will be broadcast on the CBS Sports Network with Dave Ryan (play-by-play), Corey Chavous (analyst) and Melanie Collins (sideline) on the call. Syracuse is... more

Cornell football highlights Ithaca sports weekend

Every week this section will preview five of the top local sporting events for the weekend. After winning its season opener in Bucknell last week, the Cornell University football team opens the home portion of its schedule Saturday afternoon at 3 p.m. against rival Yale at Schoellkopf Field. Not only will Cornell be aiming to get revenge for last year’s... more

Lost chances at Tropicana Field stunt Yankees progress

Blake Snell hurled five effective innings and Corey Dickerson homered, helping the Rays put another dent in the Yankees’ postseason hopes with a 2-0 victory on Thursday night at Tropicana Field. Brad Miller drove in the game’s first run to help Tampa Bay take the finale of this three-game series with New York, which opened the day 2 1/2 games... more

Bills offensive staff rallies around Anthony Lynn

Anthony Lynn has been handed a tall task as a brand new offensive coordinator in the midst of a regular season going against one of the best teams in the NFL, but his fellow offensive assistants have all pitched in this week… read more at BuffaloBills.com MORE BILLS COVERAGE ONLINE: – Asst. QBs coach Vrable to help coach Bills running... more

Cato-Meridian cancels Friday’s football game due to lack of eligible players

The Cato-Meridian football team has canceled its game on Friday due to a lack of eligible players to field a team, according to athletic director Jim Miller. Prior to the season, Cato-Meridian head coach C.J. Hannon had expressed concern over the lack players on the roster. The Blue Devils opened its schedule with 24 listed players, but that doesn’t account... more

Statesmen, Dutchmen to clash for 100th time today in Geneva

The nationally ranked Hobart College football team will open Liberty League play at home on Saturday, Sept. 24, hosting Union College in the 100th meeting between the two rivals. Kickoff at Boswell Field is slated for noon. During the game, both coaching staffs will wear Coach To Cure MD patches in support of the American Football Coaches Association’s annual effort... more

#2 Syracuse men’s soccer off to best start in program history with 3-1 win at Cornell

Ian McIntyre didn’t think this would happen. It took Syracuse two years to win five games in the head coach’s first two seasons, 2010 and 2011. In those years, the Orange was winless on the road. Yet Syracuse, a team that only five years ago went 3-12-1, is now near the top of college soccer. Since SU’s program began in... more
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