Error costs Salt Cats in 5-4 loss to Sherrill

The Syracuse Salt Cats got 5.2 innings of shutout ball from their relief against the Sherrill Silversmiths on Tuesday, but the offense fell one run short of sending the game to extra frames, in a 5-4 loss to the Silversmiths at Rockford Park on Tuesday…

Fuller returns to the helm for Hornell

Hornell Dodgers General Manager Paul Welker has announced that Tony Fuller will return to Hornell for a second season at the helm of the team. Fuller led the 2011 team to a 22-22 mark and fell just short of making the NYCBL playoffs…

Iona College basketball coach Tim Cluess signs multi-year contract

Courtesy of New Rochelle, NY (January 30, 2012)–Iona College announced today the signing of a multi-year contract extension with Tim Cluess, head coach of the Iona men’s basketball program, effective January 1, 2012­-June 30, 2017. Cluess, named the 12th head coach at Iona in April 2010, led the Gaels to a 25-12 mark in […]

Memories from a Major Weekend

For the past 33 years, Rochester has been a traditional stop on the LPGA tour – 2010 upped the ante as the Wegman’s Classic became the LPGA Championship. Rochester was hosting a major! Now don’t get me wrong – this isn’t the first time that Rochester has seen a major. Oak Hill has been the host for several PGA majors and was also the site of the 1995 Ryder Cup. But for Locust Hill, this was a first and a potential permanent stop for the LPGA Championship.

Meeting Bethpage…

I am sure everyone by now has been reading and hearing the headlines, ” Tiger takes on Bethpage” or “The U.S. Open returns to Bethpage Black”. The course almost sounds like a rare form of plague – “Have you heard about Johnny ? He has the Bethpage Black…..” Something just doesn’t sound right.

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