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30 min ago | The Post-Standard
The Bearcats took the field for practice Wednesday at 6:30 a.m. Things were moved up to accommodate a soccer game.
4 hrs ago | The Post-Standard
Every high school team loses players to graduation from one year to the next, but the Sandy Creek Comets football team got a little extra slap during the past off-season.
8 hrs ago | Recorder
Adam Shinder/Recorder staff Broadalbin-Perth's Jake Coveney, right, closes in on Jordan Holik during Tuesday's soccer practice at Patriot Field.
The plan was to throttle down during practice at Fowler on Tuesday. The bruises and nicks are multiplying, the Falcons have gone hard and Natoli wanted his team to tone down the intensity and pace.
Camp tour: Eastridge looks to three-peat The two-time defending Section V Class A look to stay on their current roll.
Pat Quinn, whose battle with ALS inspired the world-wide Ice Bucket Challenge that has raised awareness and nearly $80 million so far, visited Woodlands High School to witness the Falcons football team's challenge at the school's football field on Tuesday, Aug. 26. Quinn is a 31-year-old Yonkers native who was diagnosed with ALS earlier this year.
Nearly three years since Moore Catholic last put a football team on the field and with five seasons past since the school last played a CHSFL game the Mavericks were back on the field for preseason camp this week.
The return of Moore Catholic to the football field is just part of a burst of activity at the high school freshman football level.
Many key players from the team that flattened 10 straight foes last fall en route to another Section III Class B title, only to drop a heartbreaking 35-34 decision to eventual state champion Maine-Endwell in the regional playoffs, have graduated.
High on a hill, above the din of traffic on the Thruway and tour buses pulling in and out of Woodbury Common, the Monroe-Woodbury boys' varsity soccer team put aside corner kicks and passing drills for the first hour of Monday's practice.
With only 10 returning varsity players - and just three who saw any significant time on the field - the Bears will have to learn quickly.
Monday was a tough morning practice for the Wildcats. Corley says it always is after a day off following the first week of practice.
Four former area standouts were among those included in the fifth annual Capital Region Football Hall of Fame induction ceremony Aug. 9 at Michael's Banquet House.
Those 11 schools were Brocton, Cassadaga Valley, Chautauqua Lake, Dunkirk, Forestville, Fredonia, Gowanda, Lake Shore, Pine Valley, Silver Creek and Westfield.
Garden City's James Sullivan reacts after making a tackle behind the line of scrimmage during the second quarter of the Nassau County varsity football Conference II semifinals vs. Wantagh at Hofstra.
Updated: Wed Aug 27, 2014 03:24 pm
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