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Photo of track team runners with awards BHS Track and Field Sweep MVP Awards at Vestal Invitational
The Patriot boys successfully defended their 2016 team title in the Golden Bears Track and Field Invitational at Vestal on Saturday, April 23. Binghamton tallied 95 points in the 15 team field, putting them 11 points clear of second place Maine-Endwell. The Patriots swept the MVP awards, with Sincere Williamson being named top performer of the day on the track and Egypt Page best in the field. 

Williamson won the 100 and 200 meter sprints, and Page took first in both horizontal jumps, registering personal bests of 21 feet 10 and a quarter inches in the long jump and 43 feet 8 and a half inches in the triple jump. Page added a third in the 100 meters, and he and Williamson teamed with Brandon Morris and Devon Herman to capture the 400 meter relay. Antonio Daniels was second in the 400 meters, and later joined Christian Buckland, Dante Haynes and Devon Kirkman to conclude the Pats day on the track with a victory in the 1600 meter relay. Also of note was the performance of versatile leaper Jeremiah Hines, who took second in the high jump, fourth in the long jump and fifth in the triple jump.

Top performer for Binghamton's girls was Emily Pogson, whose personal best of 5 minutes 28 seconds in the 1500 meters earned her seventh place.

 
Photo of Brennan O'Brien being interviewed by reporter BHS Senior Signs NLI to Play Lacrosse at St. John Fisher
Binghamton's Brennan O'Brien signed his National Letter of Intent to play lacrosse at St. John Fisher College next year.The current Patriot, surrounded by a large group of family and friends after school on Friday, still has his senior season to play at Binghamton.But he says he can relax now that he found the right school to pursue a physical therapy degree and play lacrosse at the Division-III level. Watch the story on WBNG and Spectrum News. 
graphic that says in the news BHS Softball Gears Up to Defend State Title with New Team
The Binghamton Patriot softball team is gearing up for opening day, whenever the weather allows that to be. Friday, the reigning, defending Class AA state champions were still indoors, but excited about the possibility of repeating."It was pretty cool (winning the state championship)," said Binghamton head coach Joe Mancinelli. "It was a great year." Watch the story on WBNG 
photo of track runner with coach BHS Indoor Track Completes Successful Season
Sincere Williamson was Binghamton's top performer in the indoor state track and field championship in New York City on Saturday. Sincere came away with a pair of medals, placing 5th in the New York State Public High School division, and 7th overall in the 55 meter dash. Williamson also teamed with Antonio Daniels, Egypt Page and Jeremiah Hines to break the Section Four record in the 800 meter relay with a time of 1 minute 32.33 seconds. Page placed 19th in the long jump, while Daniels took 26th in the 600 meter run. Underclassmen and first time state meet participants Matt Fiato and Jaden Watkins finished 26th and 27th, respectively, in the 25 pound weight throw. For the girls, Grace Perna took 23rd in the triple jump, and Katerina Salcedo ran a leg on Section Four's intersectional medley relay team, which finished 9th. Congratulations, Patriots, on a great indoor track and field season. 
picture of track and field team Patriots Track and Field Move on to State Championships in NYC
Patriot track and field athletes won six events and claimed 10 state meet spots in the Section Four State Qualifier Meet at Cornell University on Saturday. Sincere Williamson, the meet''s only triple winner, started the day by taking the 55 meter dash title with a personal best time of 6.52 seconds. Sincere was followed closely by teammate Egypt Page, whose second place clocking of 6.59 was also a personal best.  
image says In the news BHS Hockey Team Advances to Final Four
The Binghamton Patriots outlasted the Chenango Forks Blue Devils in a BCHSHA Playoff Elimination Game. The Patriots won in a shootout, 2-1, for a final 1-0 score. The two teams played 48 minutes or scoreless hockey in regulation and again, another eight scoreless minutes in overtime leading to the shootout. Watch the story on WIVT and WICZ. 
Patriots Capture Titles in 8 Events at Indoor Track Championship image Patriots Capture Titles in 8 Events at Indoor Track Championship
The Patriot indoor track and field team started the championship portion of their season with a bang on Saturday, capturing titles in eight events in the Section Four Large School Championships at Cornell. Sincere Williamson and Egypt Page took first and second, respectively, in the 55 meter dash, with Page's personal best time of 6.71 seconds qualifying him for the state meet. Williamson later won the 300 meters, while Page, competing in the long jump for the first time this season, won his first individual sectional title with a leap of 20 feet 3.75 inches. 
In the news Boys Varsity Basketball Team Advances for STAC Championship
The Southern Tier Athletic Conference held its semifinal playoff games Wednesday night in the Southern Tier. In Broome County, two defending Section IV champions faced off when the Seton Catholic girls hosted Binghamton and on the boys side, Johnson City and Binghamton turned into a must-see game. Watch the story on WBNG and catch the championship game on Friday, Feb. 11 at Johnson City High School at 8 p.m. 
In the news BHS Senior Devin Young Signs on to Play Football with University of Maine

Binghamton High School football standout Devin Young signed his National Letter of Intent Friday. Young officially committed to the University of Maine, where he will continue his football career along with studying Business Marketing. The football star has had a lot of support over the years, and is thankful for everyone helping him along the way. Watch the story on WICZ and Time Warner Cable News

 
Bowling team in bowling alley BHS Bowling Team Takes STAC Championship Title

For the first time in Binghamton City School District History the Patriot’s Boys Bowling Team has secured a STAC Championship. Team members; Ranger Agte, Austin Murray, Jeremy Warren, Nicholas Gilbert, Alec McNeill, Tyler McNeill and Andrew McNeill faced off against seven area high schools over the season for this title win.

 
Chris Rozek Awarded the Council of Administrators Special Service Award image Chris Rozek Awarded the Council of Administrators Special Service Award
BCSD Health, Physical Education and Athletics Department Secretary, Chris Rozek received the Council of Administrators Special Service Award during the 79th annual conference for New York State Association for Health, Physical Education, Recreation and Dance. 
BHS Softball Players Sign Letters of Intent  image BHS Softball Players Sign Letters of Intent
Two senior softball players recently signed letters of intent to play softball next year at their chosen schools. Paige Rauch signed to play at Fordham University and Kaily LaForce signed to play for LeMoyne College.  Watch Rauch sign on WBNG and TWC and Kaily sign on WBNG.   
Two BHS Seniors are WBNG Co-Athletes of the Week image Two BHS Seniors are WBNG Co-Athletes of the Week
Two Binghamton seniors. "They're friends off the field and on the field, so they've been around each other a lot," head coach Mike Ramil said. Quarterback John Petrucci. "He's a hard worker," said Petrucci on Davin Young. "It just shows how he runs on the field. He'll run hard. He doesn't let anything deter him or keep him from getting where he wants to be. "And receiver Davin Young. "I'll always say he's the best player on the team, because he holds everything together," Young said about Petrucci. Watch the story on WBNG 
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