Reporters Jeff Gold and Tony Pinciaro and photographer Vincent DiSalvio are in Binghamton reporting on the 31st annual Empire State Games for The Journal News and LoHud.com. You can follow it by visiting our special ESG blog. “Here’s the link.”:http://esgames.lohudblogs.com You can also find stories, photos, videos and lots more… Read More →
Kieran McDonald, a Rye resident heading into his senior year at the Westminster School in Simsbury, Conn., gave an oral commitment to North Carolina earlier this week. Following last summer’s Empire State Games, Rye resident Kieran McDonald said his mailbox was “flooded with mail from colleges.”
A year after Hudson Valley edged Long Island in overtime in last year’s Empire State Games, the teams met up once again tonight in another one-goal game. This time, Long Island prevailed 9-8. Hudson Valley goalie Michael Bonitatibus, center, of Yorktown, and teammates react after losing 9-8 to Long Island… Read More →
Tonight’s the night, gang. It’s the official start of New York’s version of the Olympics â€” the Empire State Games. The 31st annual Games â€” the first and largest state-run amateur athletic competition in the nation â€” start with opening ceremonies at 7:30 p.m. at Binghamton University Soccer Stadium. For… Read More →
Hey folks, be sure to pick up a copy of today’s Journal News. We have a nice preview of this week’s Empire State Games.
Fairfield University just announced that Ted Spencer will be retiring after 13 years as head coach. Spencer, who was “diagnosed with throat cancer”:http://media.www.fairfieldmirror.com/media/storage/paper148/news/2008/03/20/SectionB/Spencer.i.Had.It.And.I.Kicked.Its.Ass-3275186.shtml last fall, will take some time off and then take over in a newly created position of associate athletic director at Fairfield. Several players from the LoHud… Read More →
When Joe Breschi left Ohio State to take over as head coach of North Carolina in mid-June, the status of several marquee recruits was suddenly up in the air. Chief among them was Somers’ Joe Marasco. Joe Marasco’s college decision took an unexpected twist yesterday when he committing to national… Read More →
It’s always been Joe Marasco’s dream to play lacrosse at Syracuse. Now he’ll have an opportunity to realize it.