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Jafar Kinsey struck for 26 points. He made three three-pointers, knocked down nine free throws, strung together 10 straight points during one run and added a two-handed dunk off a fastbreak.
The New York Giants have had a nice run, winning five of six and making themselves -- at least marginally -- relevant in the race for an NFC East.
After Tottenville's first loss of the season, at Erasmus Hall's home at Sid Luckman Field, the Pirate refrain was, "We'll be back."
In every football season, there seems to be a defining play, a Heisman moment, an impression that crystalizes a player's gifts and offers that kick of separation from a talented field.
Schalmont's Nick Gallo, left, celebrates a tackle during their Class B state football final against Maine-Endwell on Sunday, Dec. 1, 2013, at the Carrier Dome in Syracuse, N.Y. Opponents are overwhelmed by the strange sensation Nick Gallo is everywhere on the field.
The Staten Island Boys' Football League and Staten Island Pee Wee Football League renewed their Friendship Bowl series over the weekend with two games at Monsignor Farrell HS and three at SIBFL.
St. John Fisher had outscored its opponents by 60 points in the second half during the season and rallied in the second half of a playoff win two weeks ago, so it was not surprising the Cardinals were again in the midst of a comeback Saturday.
Rush-Henrietta's Alex Cooper is 31st in the girls race while Irondequoit's Josh Dyrland is 61st in the boys race.
Although the New York Giants have managed to win five of their last six games, they haven't conquered the strongest of opponents.
From film-room kudos to bus-ride hijinks, anguished weight-room grunts to pregame stretch routine.
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Troy's Zach Radz, left, and Justice Walston celebrate their 59-48 win against CBA during their basketball game on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, at Troy High in Troy, N.Y. Troy's Zach Radz, left, goes to the hoop a CBA's Matt Hamel defends during their basketball game on Friday, Dec. 6, 2013, at Troy High in Troy, N.Y. Troy's Dyaire Holt, right, clears a ... (more)
Quarterback Jake Sisson of Jamestown was selected the Class AA offense player of the year and Tom Langworthy was named the coach of the year..
As far as Sheila Ossit is concerned, football and life are pretty much interchangeable in Groton.
Unbeaten and state champion Randolph finished first in the final New York State Sportswriters Association Class D football poll.
If the New York Football Giants can pull off wins against Chargers, Seahawks, and Ravens over the coming weeks, Justin Tuck will make it to Christmas without ever having had a losing season.