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Section IV girl's basketball is loaded with talent. The Binghamton Patriots are one of those uber skilled teams and are off to a 5-0 start. 12 Sports' Athlete of the Week Lexi Gruss has been putting her name on the map for the Patriots, thanks to a lot of hard work that transformed her game. Watch the story about Lexi Gruss on WBNG [...click for more]

Posted Thursday, December 21, 2017
Eight Binghamton High School sports teams have been named Fall 2017 Scholar-Athlete Teams by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association: Girls Cross Country, Boys Cross Country, Boys Golf, Boys Soccer, Girls Soccer, Girls Swimming and Diving, Girls Tennis and Girls Volleyball.  To earn the distinction teams needed 75 percent of their athletes to have an average that totaled 90 percent or greater.  All student athletes who are recognized will receive a scholar-athlete certificate and an award of a NYSPHSAA pin.  [...click for more]

Posted Thursday, December 14, 2017
The annual New York State Championship Cross-Country Meet was held in Wayne NY this past Saturday.  Conditions were treacherous; high winds, freezing temperatures, snow, thick mud and ice added to an all ready demanding sport and premier meet.  Binghamton City School District runners Noah Farrelly and Emily Pogson were among the top runners that represented Section 4. The competition was among the fastest ranked girls and boys in the country. Farrelly ran a time of 18 minutes. Pogson was among the top section 4 girls, finishing in 21:25, which qualifies her for the Federation meet which will be held in Bowdin Park in Wappingers Falls next Saturday.  Good luck to Emily and congratulations to all of the runners on another season of cross country running.          [...click for more]

Posted Monday, November 13, 2017
Binghamton football is one of the hottest teams in all of Section IV. After starting the season 1-3, the Patriots have rolled off three straight wins and now sit in first place at 4-3. That is why Binghamton's breakout star, Mose Hill, is our 12 Sports Athlete of the Week. Following Friday night's performance in the Patriot's 41-15 upset win over No. 23 Vestal, the Binghamton sophomore has everyone saying, "Welcome to Moe's!" Watch the story on WBNG [...click for more]

Posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017
2016 was all about the B. The Binghamton Patriots won its first Class AA Section IV title since 2012 but have some questions to answer heading into the 2017 season."We won Section IV for the first time in years and that's a big accomplishment for us," said Binghamton senior running back Eric Fortner. "Now we just want to up it a notch. We want to take it to states and win states. We're not just okay with Section IV this year." Watch the story on WBNG. [...click for more]

Posted Thursday, August 24, 2017
One can’t blame Binghamton High softball’s team for feeling some satisfaction.Not after dropping five of its first seven games this season, leaving the team on the verge of becoming an afterthought one season after winning the program’s first state championship. Read the story on Press Connects, WBNG and Spectrum News [...click for more]

Posted Tuesday, May 30, 2017
Binghamton's boys' track team spirited defense of their 2016 STAC Track and Field team title fell just short at Windsor last Friday. Despite a new school record in the 400 meters, a sparkling performance in the 400 meter relay, and a raft of personal and seasonal best performances, the Patriots lost to heavy favorite Corning by the slimmest of margins, scoring 75.5 points to the Hawks 76. [...click for more]

Posted Monday, May 22, 2017
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.

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Posted Monday, April 24, 2017
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