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  • Fox 40's Game of the Week: Chenango Forks

    Binghamton, N.Y.- Our game of the week highlights two ranked teams in New York. Maine-Endwell and Chenango Forks are power houses on the football field and have had more success than any other program in Section IV. Other than Aquinas High School, no other team in the state has won more state titles than Chenango Forks and Maine-Endwell. Both teams checking off almost every single box in the record books.

  • NYSSWA High School Football Weekly Rankings

    Binghamton, N.Y. - NYSSWA released high school football rankings heading into week 8. 

  • Vestal Golden Bears: Third Straight STAC Title

    Vestal, N.Y. - Vestal boy's soccer hosted Elmira in the STAC Championship game. Vestal Golden Bears made a comeback in the second half, collecting all three of their goals in the second half and winning their third consecutive STAC title.

  • Lucas Scott; Inspiration On And Off The Field

    Binghamton, N.Y. - How many times have we heard the phrase "Life's 10 percent what happens to you and 90 percent how you react to it?" Probably often. A phrase that Chenango Valley senior Lucas Scott has been able to relate too, right from birth.

  • Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the Week

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Looking back on the week that was, here is your weekly countdown of Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the Week!

    5. Nick Lappin

    4. Matt Thrasher

    3. Mile Sanders

    2. Max Shelestovsky

    1. Kieran Horton

  • Friday Night Lights: Week 7

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The seventh week of Section IV High School Football is nearly over, with undefeated teams left.  Local high school football is now just 1 game away from the regular season, and some teams are starting to feel the pressure to make a push in order to reach the NY State playoffs, Friday, October 26. 

  • Fox 40's Game of the Week: Chenango Valley

    Binghamton, N.Y. - For thirty-one consecutive years Chenango Valley and Chenango Forks have seen each others names on their football schedules. And since 1996, Chenango Forks has came out with the victory. 

  • "We kind of have some secret weapons this year" - Kai Moon

    Vestal, N.Y. - Believe it or not, we're just three weeks away from the 2018-19 Binghamton University women's basketball season. A season that brings an entirely new coaching staff, starting with head coach Bethann Shapiro Ord who was hired in June 2018. With that being said, we can expect to see a new style of coaching and a new look from this year's Bearcats team. So, the question, does this give this year's team a different edge? 

  • Devils Improve To 2-0 With Win Over Hartford

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Binghamton Devils improve to 2-0 after their 5-3 victory over the Hartford Wolf Pack. Binghamton has already accumulated for 12 goals in just two games.  Joey Anderson scored his first professional game and it just so happened to be the game winner. 

  • High School Soccer's Regular Season Coming To An End

    Binghamton, N.Y. - It's the last week of the regular season in high school soccer. Teams are honoring their senior's as their season shortly will to come to an end.

  • Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays Of The Week

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Looking back on the week that was, here is your weekly countdown of Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the Week!

    5. Kieran Horton

    4. Anthony Forbidussi

    3. Jeremiah Allen

    2. Colbie Young

    1. Jarred Freije

  • Friday Night Lights: Week 6

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The sixth week of Section IV High School Football is nearly over, with five undefeated teams left. Newark Valley was dealt their first loss of the season and Chenango Forks, Maine-Endwell, Susquehanna Valley and Sidney kept their perfect streak going. Local high school football is now just 2 games away from the regular season, and some teams are starting to feel the pressure to make a push in order to reach the NY State playoffs.

  • What Can We Expect From This Year's B Devils Team?

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils are two days away from their first game of the 2018-19 regular season and head coach Mark Dennehy is two days away from his professional hockey coaching debut. After finishing last season with a 25-38-13 record and not making the post season, fans and the local community have been excited to see what this year's team has to offer. 

  • Vestal Girl's Soccer Stay Undefeated On Senior Night

    Vestal, N.Y. - Vestal girl's soccer continued their perfect record with their 6-1 win over Johnson City. The Golden Bears honored their nine seniors tonight before the game.

  • Fox 40's Game of the Week: Susquehanna Valley

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Fox 40's game of the week highlights two undefeated Class C teams that haven't met on the grid iron since 2012. It was six years ago when Newark Valley defeated Susquehanna Valley 23-10. But, in 2018, the Cardinals will step on the field with the best defense in Section IV, allowing only 43 points on the season. On the other side of the ball, Susquehanna Valley's offense is second in Section IV putting 195 points on the board.

  • LG&T: Nittany Lions Fall 1 Point Short To Rivalry Ohio State

    University Park, P.A. - Senior quarterback Trace McSorley totaled a school-record 461 total offense yards (286 passing, 175 rushing) to lead No. 9 Penn State, but No. 4 Ohio State rallied late in the fourth quarter for a 27-26 victory in Big Ten football action Saturday night in front of a Beaver Stadium-record 110,889 fans.

  • Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the Week

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Here's a look on the week that was with Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the

  • Friday Night Lights: Week 5

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The fifth week of Section IV High School Football is nearly over, with powerhouse teams like Chenango Forks and Maine-Endwell remaining undefeated. As well as Johnson City picking up their first win of the season with their 14-10 victory over Oneonta. 

  • Thursday Night Lights Football

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The NFL wasn't the only one preparing for Thursday night football. Tonight the Chenango Valley Warriors (2-3) hosted Norwich Purple Tornadoes (4-1) in a Class B match-up under the lights.

  • Fox 40's Game Of The Week: Union-Endicott

    Union-Endicott, N.Y. - This week's game of the week highlights a historic Class A rivalry that goes all the way back to the late 1950's. Vestal and Union-Endicott 's history and thrilling games has made them arguably the biggest rivalries in Section IV.

  • Binghamton University Men's Tennis Continues To Reach Beyond The Tennis Court

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The effects sports has on a community goes deeper than just the numbers or winning a game. The days teams spend making a difference in someone's life has the ability to have a bigger impact than the amount of games they win. Since 2017, Binghamton Men's Tennis and CreateABLE has been giving back to the local community in numerous ways. Making a difference in the lives of individuals with special needs. Now, those positive differences will only continue to grow.

  • ESPN's College GameDay: OSU @ PSU

    University Park, P.A. - The most anticipated college football game of the week has turned into one of the most anticipated games of the year. Penn State and Ohio state resume their rivalry on Saturday at 7:30 p.m. The last two years Penn State and Ohio State have been the Big Ten's best teams and the 2018 year brings two undefeated teams onto the field at Beaver Stadium. 

  • Binghamton Devils Sighting At Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Hockey is officially back and the Binghamton Devils are officially back here in Binghamton preparing for the 2018-19 season that lies ahead. The B Devils are just eleven days away from the start of their regular season, a season that brings twelve returning players and and ten new faces to this year's roster.

  • Week 4 Friday Night Lights

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The fourth week of Section IV High School Football is nearly over, with powerhouse teams like Chenango Forks and Maine-Endwell remaining undefeated. The last few weeks Section IV football has been filled with blowout wins. However, that was no where close to being the case this week. The week brought fans, player and coaches extremely close, back and fourth games that fueled the excitement of high school football. 

  • Fox 40's Game of the Week: Vestal

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Fox 40's game of the week will travel to Vestal High School where the Golden Bears (2-1)  will look to defeat the Maine-Endwell (3-0) Spartans for the first time since 1994. The two teams have only seven times and have not seen each other on the grid iron since 2015, however, they still consider this a rivalry game.

  • Binghamton Devils Sign Forward Brian Ward

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils have signed forward Brian Ward to a one year, American League contract. Binghamton's General Manager, Tom Fitzgerald announced the news earlier today. 

    The Haverill, MA native posted 102 points (57 goals, 45 assists) and a plus/minus rating of +22 in 108 games played with the Adirondack Thunder. The twenty-six year old left the team in regular season goals for the past two years. 

  • NYSPHSAA Announces Agreement With NFHS Nework

    Atlanta, GA - The NFHS Network has signed an agreement with the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) for streaming of NYSPHSAA State Championship events on its all-digital network. New York is the 43rd NFHS-member state association to join the NFHS Network. 

  • Penn State Prepares For First Big 10 Game Of The Season

    University Park, PA - Penn State may feel like they're traveling back to high school football this week as they head to Illinois for a Friday night football game to open their Big Ten season. Friday night's game will be the first time the Nittany Lions have played a regular season game on Friday in almost thirty-six years. 

  • NYSSWA High School Football Rankings

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The New York State Sportswriters Association released the 2018 season's second set of high school football rankings. Not much has changed since last week.  

  • Former Bearcat Imani Watkins Signs Professional Basketball Contract

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Former Bearcats guard, Imani Watkins has signed a contract to play professional basketball in Turkey. Watkins concluded her basketball career last season as the Binghamton Women's basketball program's all-time leading scorer. She will be competing in the Fiba Eurocup League from October 2018- April 2019. 

  • NYSSWA High School Girl's Soccer Rankings

    Binghamton, N.Y. The New York State Sportswriters Association released it's first high school girl's soccer rankings for the 2018 season.  

  • Upcoming sports betting at Tioga Downs Casino

    Back on May 14, 2018, the U.S. Supreme Court voted in favor of legalizing sports betting, which of course effects or will effect the future of casino's. Locally, a casino that is in the process of bringing sports betting to their house, is Tioga Downs Casino. Earlier today, Jim Weed, the marketing manager of Toga Down's Casino spoke at the Binghamton Rotary Club # 64 regarding the latest additions to the resort, as well as expectations going forward regarding sports gambling.

  • Chenango Forks Outscores Susquehanna Valley

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Susquehanna Valley Sabers hosted Chenango Forks under the light's for a 7 pm boys high school soccer game. Both teams battled, but, it was the Blue Devils who came away with the 3-1 victory.  

  • Game of the Week: Chenango Forks @ Owego

    Every week, you, the high school football fans choose which game should be Fox 40's Game of the Week. For Week 3, you chose the Chenango Forks Blue Devils and the Owego Free Academy Indians for a Section IV Class B challenge.

  • BU Women's Soccer an Unstoppable Force at Home

    Binghamton women's soccer broke open a tight game with three second-half goals in a 21-minute span and the Bearcats (5-3-2) remained unbeaten at home with a 4-0 victory over LIU (2-6-1) Sunday afternoon at the Sports Complex.

  • LG&T: McSorley on Record Pace, Leads Penn State to 3-0 Start

    Senior quarterback Trace McSorley accounted for five touchdowns as No. 11/10 Penn State football totaled 643 yards of total offense in a 63-10 victory over Kent State in non-conference football action Saturday afternoon in front of 106,528 fans at Beaver Stadium.

  • Maine-Endwell Boy's Soccer Earns Win #5

    The Maine-Endwell Spartans have been cruising in the sports department for the start of the 2018-19 season. 

  • Week 3: High School Football Roundup

    Nearly half the season is over for Section IV High School Football on Saturday, though it feels like it just began. Teams with 3-0 records are feeling great, while others staring at records of 0-3 or 1-2 are making adjustments to finish the 2018 season strong.

  • Class B Match-up Preview: Forks @ Owego

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Fox 40's game of the week highlights a Class B match up between Chenango Forks and Owego Free Academy. The Indians have not been able to find a win against the Blue Devils since 1994. Since 1957, the teams have met 10 times and Chenango Forks have posted a 8-2-0 record against the Indians. Throughout the last two years, Owego has only been able to collect 7 points against Forks, compared to the Blue Devils 74 points.  

  • Fox 40's Friday Night Lights

    The third week of Section IV High School Football is nearly over, with powerhouse teams like Chenango Forks and Maine-Endwell remaining undefeated.

  • "Our boys know what Chenango Forks is about" Steve Virkler

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Fox 40's game of the week highlights a Class B match up between Chenango Forks and Owego Free Academy. The Indians have not been able to find a win against the Blue Devils since 1994. Since 1957, the teams have met 10 times and Chenango Forks have posted a 8-2-0 record against the Indians. Throughout the last two years, Owego has only been able to collect 7 points against Forks, compared to the Blue Devils 74 points.

  • Binghamton University Women's Soccer Keeps Perfect Record At Home

    VESTAL, N.Y. - Senior forward Kayla Saager broke through with the game-winner 3:06 into the first overtime period to lift Binghamton Women's soccer (4-3-2) to a 1-0 win over visiting Bryant (3-4) on a sweltering Thursday night at the Bearcats Sports Complex. 

  • Chenango Forks Football Prepare For Owego

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Friday night brings a dominate Class B match up between Chenango Forks and Owego Free Academy. Both teams enter tomorrow night's game at Owego with a perfect 2-0 record and with a great amount of history between both football programs. Although both teams are certainly familiar with each other, just like every year, this year brings similar but different challenges for both teams.

  • Chenango Forks Football Recap

    Binghamton, N.Y. - It's Week three of high school football and there's no surprise that the Blue Devils of Chenango Forks are undefeated, entering Friday night's game against the Owego Indians, 2-0. But, this teams size and strength could bring Forks some difficulties that they haven't exactly seen yet this year.

  • Mets announce 2018 Sterling Award Winners

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The New York Mets have announced the 2018 Sterling Award Winners, recognizing the top performing prospect or MVP at each level of the Mets organization. Former Rumble Ponies 1st basemen Peter Alonso was named Player of the Year after putting up monstrous numbers throughout Binghamton and Las Vegas. Rumble Ponies Pitcher Justin Dunn was awarded Pitcher of the Year after coming up to Binghamton from St. Lucie. 

  • Lourdes Hospital Brings Concussion Seminar To Maine-Endwell

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Lourdes Hospital visited Maine-Endwell Middle School to present a seminar on the severity of concussions.

    The seminar covered a variety of topics regarding concussions.

  • Tuesday night boy's high school soccer

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Johnson City boys soccer hosted Maine-Endwell today at Wildcat Stadium. The Wildcats entered today's game 1-5 while the Spartans came in at 3-1. Spartans Junior, Jack Coleman has scored eight of the Spartans fifteen goals, in just four games. Today's battle was a great effort on both sides of the field, unfortunately, for Johnson City they weren't able to finish their opportunities and Maine-Endwell was

  • One step closer to the Binghamton Devils 2018-19 season

    Binghamton, N.Y. - NHL hockey is just days away and the waiting game will officially be over in a week. The New Jersey Devils first preseason game is on Monday, September 17 and the Binghamton Devils aren't too far behind as they take the ice on Friday, September 28 for their first preseason game. Speaking of ice, there is no longer a basketball court at Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. 

  • Susquehanna Valley Youth Football's New Home Is Home

    First created in the mid 1990's, the Town of Binghamton's youth tackle football program has saw thousands of children make their way to the home field of Jackson Park in Binghamton, eager to play the sport they and their parents held dearly.

  • Undefeated at Home, BU Women's Soccer Whites out Big Red

    Freshman defender Kayla MacKenzie and senior forward Kayla Saager tallied goals to pace Binghamton women's soccer (3-3-2) to a 2-0 win over visiting Cornell (1-4) Sunday afternoon at the Bearcats Sports Complex.

  • LG&T: Nittany Lions March in Pittsburgh

    Penn State never trailed as success in all three phases of the game and a dominant second half led the Nittany Lions to a 51-6 victory over Pittsburgh on a rainy Saturday night at Heinz Field.

  • Week 2 of Section IV Football Ends with Cheers and Tears

    Week two is in the books -- Section IV high school football continued Saturday with teams like Chenango Forks mirroring their 2017 season, starting off 2-0, while others like Binghamton begin on the reverse side of the win column and stare at a record of 0-2.

  • Section IV Friday Night Lights

    Here are your scores from around Section IV High School Football.

  • "This is probably the most skilled group I've ever been on the ice with" Mark Dennehy

    Buffalo, N.Y. - Binghamton Devils head coach Mark Dennehy took to the ice in Buffalo, New York this morning for the Prospects Challenge. Today's morning skate was in fact the first time Dennehy has practiced with the Binghamton Devils since the New Jersey Devils announced his hiring on August 21, 2018.

    "This is the second best time of the year. The start of the season and the playoffs" said Dennehy

  • Vestal Girls Soccer Able To Find Back Of The Net In OT

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Maine-Endwell girl's soccer hosted Vestal under the night for a 7 pm game. The Golden Bears dominated the majority of the game, specifically the second half but was unable to execute their shots. However, forward Alexia Michitti was able to find the back of the net in over time sending Vestal to a 1-0 win over Maine-Endwell. Vestal Shots: 16 Corner Kicks: 12 Maine-Endwell Shots: 3 No Corner Kicks
  • Three Takeaways From Rumble Ponies 2018 Season

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Yesterday afternoon the Binghamton Rumble Ponies left NYSEG stadium with a 8-7 loss to the Portland Sea Dogs and will not return to play another game until April of 2019. And, it was in fact, a memorable year for the Rumble Ponies, despite missing the Playoffs, players and coaches grew a lot on the diamond and in the club house with all of the roster changes, injuries and losing their best players in Jeff McNeil and Peter Alonso. 

  • NJ Devils Release Prospects Challenge Roster

    Binghamton, N.Y. - We're only days away from the NHL officially opening training camp for the 2018-19 season. However, before the NHL gets underway, NHL prospects need to show why they deserve to be playing with the best hockey players in the world. Earlier today, the New Jersey Devils announced the 26-man roster for the 2018 Prospects Challenge. 

  • BU's Jodi-Marie Ramil Transferring To Iona College

    Binghamton, N.Y. - One of the biggest stories to come out of Binghamton University in the last several months was the story of the three Ramil sisters. Binghamton High graduates, Olivia Ramil, Jodi-Marie Ramil and Annie Ramil planned to step foot on the basketball court all wearing the same jerseys for the Binghamton University Women's basketball team.  

  • Luis Rojas Most Impressed With Former Rumble Ponie Jeff McNeil Throughout 2018 Season

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Rumble Ponies finished their season with a 64-76 record, forcing them to miss the playoffs for the second time in the last six seasons. On the bright side of things, throughout the season, 11 former Rumble Ponies made their major league debut with the New York Mets, six of them went to Citi Field straight from Binghamton. 

  • Rumble Ponies Say Goodbye To 2018 Season

    BINGHAMTON, NY –  Denier Lopez hit a two-run 11th-inning home run, sending Portland past Binghamton, 8-7, in the final game of the 2018 regular season. The Eastern Division foes capped the regular season with their second eleven-inning contest in the last three days. The Rumble Ponies scored the game’s first five runs, but only tallied one more run the rest of the game. Both teams traded tenth-inning tallies, before Lopez’ game-deciding blow in the elevent...
  • 7th Inning Sea Dogs Rally Bounces Rumble Ponies

    Portland scored four runs in the seventh inning Sunday night at NYSEG Stadium, grabbing a 7-4 win from Binghamton.

  • Levene Gouldin & Thompson: Penn State Opener an OT Victory

    A rushing touchdown from Miles Sanders and an interception in the end zone by Amani Oruwariye secured a thrilling 45-38 overtime victory for No. 10/9 Penn State over Appalachian State in front of 105,232 roaring fans in Saturday's football season opener at Beaver Stadium.

  • Saturday High School Football Round-up

    Week one of Section IV high school football has gone official, Saturday.

  • Urena's Birthday Wish gets Win over Sea Dogs

    Binghamton prevailed Saturday night at NYSEG Stadium, squeaking past Portland, 7-6, in 11 innings.

  • Section IV Football Kicks Off Friday

    Week one of Section IV football has officially begun Friday, with many teams from around the Classes coming out swinging in game one to firmly standout in their conferences. 

    Here are your final scores from around Section IV:

  • High School Football Is Officially Here

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The 2018 High School Football season is officially here. The Chenango Valley Warriors host the Johnson City Wildcats under the lights for the very first time. The Warriors are the last of the local teams to finally see what playing home on Friday night under the lights is all about.  

  • Coach James Franklin Is Confident In Penn State For The 2018 Season

    University Park, P.A. - The wait is almost officially over, it's almost September and that means football is just days away. High school football starts tomorrow, the NFL pre season wraps up this week and college football is in full swing this upcoming weekend. With that being said, the Penn State Nittany Lions take the field at home on Saturday September 1 to kick off the start of their 2018 season.  

  • SUNY Broome Hornets Soccer Swarm Corning

    The SUNY Broome Hornets Men's soccer squad came out stinging the Corning Community College Red Barons, Wednesday evening, knocking in goal after goal in the first opening minutes to put the game out of reach early at SUNY Broome, 10-1.

  • Wednesday is For the Girl's High School Soccer

    Girl's high school soccer teams from around the Southern Tier Athletic Conference (STAC) got most of their games in before the nasty thunder storms swept across Broome County on Wednesday.

  • LG&T: Penn State Takes Offense to Shots at 2018 Defense

    As Penn State’s first test of the 2018 season inches closer, it seems there are more questions than answers regarding the Nittany Lion defense.

  • High School Soccer Tuesday

    Section IV high school soccer continued its second week in the Southern Tier, with teams firmly planting themselves as the victors for Tuesday.

  • Penn State's Offense Young, But Ready

    After a pair of back-to-back 11-win seasons, Penn State Nittany Lions start the 2018 ranked No. 9 in the Amway Coaches Poll and No. 10 in the Associated Press poll.

  • Bearcats Soccer Home-Opener a Late Tear-Jerker

    Josh Plimpton scored 4:27 into the first sudden-death overtime period, leading Iona (1-0-1) to a 1-0 win over Binghamton (0-2-0) in a non-conference men's soccer game on Tuesday night at the Bearcats Sports Complex.

  • Levene Gouldin & Thompson: Trace McSorley, Not your Average QB

    When Coach Franklin first saw Trace McSorely, a Briar Woods High School quarterback standing at just 6-feet and weighing around 200 pounds who already had a Virginia State Championship to his name, he said he took a chance by not following what his eyes were telling him, and followed his heart.

  • Ponies Post-Season Dreams Shattered

    The New Hampshire Fisher Cats racked up a dozen hits, including a trio from Jon Berti, and breezed past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 7-1, on Sunday afternoon.

  • Lady Bearcats take Possession and Ride Win against Iona

    Senior forward Kayla Saager scored the game-winning goal in the 74th minute to lift Binghamton women's soccer (2-1-1) to a 1-0 win over visiting Iona (1-3) Sunday afternoon at the Bearcats Sports Complex.

  • Fox 40 Goes to Camp: Chenango Valley Warriors

    The Chenango Valley Warriors enter the 2018 Section IV Football season with a lot in the rear-view mirrors of Class B.

  • Fox 40 Goes to Camp: Windsor Black Knights

    Losing only 8 seniors from graduation, the 2018 Windsor Black Knights football program looks to be one of the most senior heavy teams in Section IV with 18 on the roster.

  • Three more Losses and the Ponies' Post-Season is Gone

    Binghamton catcher Patrick Mazeika launched his second homer in as many games, but it was not enough to save the Rumble Ponies from a 2-1 loss to the Hartford Yard Goats on Thursday night at Dunkin Donuts Park.

  • Fox 40 Goes to Camp: Johnson City Wildcats

    A new year comes another chance to turn things around. And the Wildcats also find new ground in a new division to possibly grab a new outcome, in Class B.

  • Fox 40 Goes to Camp: Vestal Golden Bears

    Overall, 16 seniors will get the nod to take the field for the Vestal Golden Bears' 2018 season, most getting the start on both sides of the ball.

  • Fox 40 Goes To Camp: Susquehanna Valley Football

    Conklin, N.Y. - A lot of people think of Susquehanna Valley's girl's basketball and softball teams when the school gets brought up, simply because of all their success, especially as of late. Susquehanna Valley's football team is focused on working towards that success this season. With 17 seniors and 17 returning starters the Sabers chances look high. 

  • Eduardo Vera Silences Ponies With The Sweep

    BINGHAMTON, NY – Altoona scored three first inning runs and never looked back on Tuesday night, capping their season series with the Rumble Ponies in an 9-2 win. The Curve complete the regular season series against Binghamton with an eight games to one advantage, winning all five in the Southern Tier. Altoona, for the second straight night, never trailed. Harol Gonzalez failed to garner his first Double-A win, in his seventh Eastern League start. 

  • Fox 40 goes to camp: Union-Endicott Tigers

    Union-Endicott, N.Y. - The Union-Endicott Tigers have dominated Section IV Class A for quite some time now. Winning four of the last five Section IV Class A Titles. Last season the Tigers clinched their second straight Class A championship, making it a familiar face place for U-E. The place they have grown to know well has allowed them to become a team that everyone knows, very well. 

  • Week 6 Of Kick Start Your Fit Start With Kiley

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Fox 40 and Synergy Athletics Rachel Nickas has teamed up in a thirteen week program based on health, wellness and fitness. "Kick start your fit start with Kiley" is a  fun and hands on way to take the viewers along for my every week journey. My mission is to tone-up and build body muscle. Colin and I's mission is to express the importance of nutrition, fitness and living a healthy life style. Each week we'll bring you somethin...

  • Preview of what's in store for the 2018 Nittany Lions

    State College, P.A. - The Penn State Nittany Lions have one of the best quarterbacks in the country, Trace McSorley and a favorable schedule. With that combined combo, this year's team has a lot of potential to have a lights out 2018 season. 

  • Ponies can't seem to find luck against the Curve

    James Marvel pitched into the seventh inning Monday at NYSEG Stadium, helping the Curve past the Rumble Ponies, 5-4. The Altoona win snaps Binghamton’s four-game winning streak and pushes the Curve’s season series advantage to seven games to one. Binghamton never led in the series-opening loss.

  • Dick's Sporting Goods Open has First Ever Repeat Champion

    Every round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open (DSGO) at En-Joie Golf in Endicott, saw a new leader move into the top position. And Sunday's DSGO Champion was no different, except the familiar face of Bart Bryant, who won his second PGA Champions Tour tournament in the Southern Tier, since 2013.

  • Last year leaders drop low on leader board in 2018 DSGO

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Last year's Dicks Sporting Goods Open leaders fell down on the leader board in 2018. Leaders like local favorite, Joey Sindelar and defending champion Scott McCarron. Even fan favorite John Daly, the 52 year old withdrew today due to a hip injury after going +5 in round 2.

  • The show must go on at DSGO and it did

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Players woke up early this morning with the thought that they would get some early golf in for the second round of the Dicks Sporting Goods Open. However, mother nature had something else in mind after down pouring for a couple of hours earlier today, round 2 was delayed four hours. 

  • Recap of round 1 in Dicks Sporting Goods Open

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Round 1 of Dick's Sporting Goods Open is officially in the books and after all the rain and flooding over the course of the week, it was quite surprising. En-Joie grounds crew worked tirelessly and everyone around the golf course appreciated it.

  • Who's on Top of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open?

    Ups and downs, and leader changes -- Golfers can take a quick sigh after a day of tough starts and quick leads, with L.A. native Doug Garwood heading the pack after the first round of the Dick's Sporting Goods Open (DSGO) was in the books.

  • The life of a caddie is one to be recognized

    Binghamton, N.Y. - When you think of golf, most people think of Tiger Woods, Arnold Palmer, the masters. But, how many times do we think of the soldiers next to those golfers? Their right hand man, their voice of reason, a golfers caddie.

  • Golfing Legends Enjoy En-Joie Golf Course For Its Authenticity

    Endicott, N.Y. - Professional golfer John Daly has become known over the years for his style of golf, attitude and of course, his extraordinary style. But, what does the legendary golfer think En-Joie Golf Course is known for? Well, the traditional style golf course, of course. "I like it because it's an old traditional style golf course. We do play a few on the Senior Tour but not on the regular tour unless it's the majors" John said.

  • "En-Joie is like home for me" Spike McRoy

    It was in 2002 when Spike McRoy captured his first win at En-Joie Golf Course, after winning the B.C. Open.  En-Joie has become a place that has come to feel like home for the Alabama Native.

  • Fox 40 goes to camp; Chenango Forks

    David Hogan Chenango Forks Football Head Coach SOT SHEET: Message to guys: "I think it was simple, our veterans stepping up. That's probably the thing we're concerned about the most every year because you really don't know until you see them in action and so far it looks pretty good. 

  • "I have good vibes here at En-Joie" Neal Lancaster

    It was in 2016 when Neal Lancaster finished third in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open and it was shortly after when the 55 year old had knee surgery and has been struggling to find his game ever since.

  • Father and son will make history on PGA Tour Champions

    Apalachin, N.Y. - The Champions Tour Pre-Qualifier started and finished today over at the Links at Hiawatha Landing. A total of thirty golfers competed for the four spots in the Dick's Sporting Goods Open. However, only four golfers qualified. Golfers such as, Gibby Gilbert III, Mark Walker, Neal Lancaster and Jerry Hass. 

  • Maine-Endwell leaning on experience and unity to take them far this season

    Binghamton, N.Y. - It feels like we've been talking about it forever, but, it is finally here. High school football has arrived and the first day of camp is officially in the books. Each Section IV football team walks on to this year's field with different expectations, strength and weaknesses. But, for the Maine-Endwell Spartans, they stepped on their field earlier today with experience and unity. 

  • Spotlight in Sports: LARP is Life

    The Southern Tier is home to a wide variety of individuals seeking to escape reality, but every Sunday at Recreation Park there's a handful that succeed in bringing the realm of fantasy to Binghamton, the fellowship of Amtgard.

  • Ponies face Fightin' Phils and Fall for Series Sweep

    The Reading Fightin Phils launched three home runs, including a go-ahead, three-run shot by Damek Tomshca, to defeat the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 8-5, on Sunday evening at FirstEnergy Stadium.

  • Motocross Crosses the Finish at Unadilla National

    Excessive rain and deep tracks of mud just made dirt bike racing that more fun for fans at Unadilla National Motocross Park for the Lucas Oil AMA Pro Motocross Championship Round on Saturday.

  • Binghamton University Women's soccer enters 2018 season with seven core values

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton University Women's soccer team has been re-building for quite some time now and it was last year when their efforts were shown. The Bearcats surprised some people when winning the America-East Conference, which led them to the first round of the America East Tournament. Unfortunately, they fell short of 1 goal after their 1-0 loss to the University of Vermont. 

  • Friday night lights at Chenango Valley

    Chenango Valley N.Y. - High school football is almost among us and I think we can all agree that Friday night football games is the best part of the season. Almost every high school football in Broome County has experienced playing under the lights on their home field. Every one expect Chenango Valley High School, but this year is the year that all of that changes. 

  • Binghamton University Women's volleyball kicks off preseason

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Binghamton University Women's volleyball comes back to preseason after falling short in the America East Championship game last season. The program returns four seniors, five starters and welcomes six new faces to the program. A program that went 8-4 in the America East last season. This year's group is looking to come together on and off the court, hoping that will take them to the next step. "It's definitely team work, with so many incoming freshman and tra...
  • Motocross Riders Eyeing Holeshot of 2018 Unadilla National

    On Saturday, the Lucas Oil Pro Motocross Championship will drop the starting gates for its 34th time at Unadilla National Motocross Park.

  • Woody Austin throws out first pitch at Rumble Ponies

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Three time PGA Tour Champions winner, Woody Austin will be throwing out the ceremonial first pitch prior to the Binghamton Rumble Ponies game at 6:35 on Wednesday, August 15. 

  • Kick Start Your Fit Start With Kiley!

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Synergy's fitness coach, Rachel Nikka's joined Colin and I in Week 5, as we changed things up a little bit. Instead of working out, we had an in depth conversation on what living a healthy life style can do for a person's mind. Physical activity helps bump up the production of your brain's feel-good neurotransmitters, called endorphins.

  • Dick's Sporting Goods Open Only Six Days Away

    Endicott, N.Y. Dick's Sporting Goods Open is just six days away and therefore, preparations are just about finished. Preparations that were started at the 2017 PGA Tour Champions Tournament. 

  • NYSPHSAA teams up with NYSIR to promote football safety

    Binghamton, N.Y. Although the NFL's pre-season is in full effect, high school football's pre-season isn't until Monday, August 13. On Tuesday, the New York State Public High School Athletic Association announced earlier today that they have partnered up with the New York Schools Insurance Reciprocal. 

  • Our week that was with Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the Week

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Recapping our week that was with Simmons-Rockwell Ford Plays of the Week!

  • Binghamton University releases Men's basketball 2018-19 schedule

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Binghamton University Men's basketball finally released their 2018-19 schedule after the America East Conference released it two weeks ago.

  • B Devils will host second annual charity golf tournament

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils and ACHIEVE will host their second annual Charity Golf Tournament, benefiting all the families and individuals served by Achieve. The golf tournament will be held on Monday, Oct 8, after the team's home opener on Oct. 6. 

  • Chase Elliot wins his first Cup victory at Watkins Glen

    Watkins Glen, N.Y. - Like father like son. It was in 1998 when Bill Elliot won his first NASCAR Cup race and it was in 2018 when his son, Chase Elliot, won his. Twenty-two year old Chase Elliot snapped Henrick Motorsports year-long winless streak earlier today after winning his very first Cup race on Sunday at Watkins Glen International. 

  • Sixth Inning Sends Binghamton To Victory Over Senators

    BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton scored six runs in the sixth inning Sunday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium, taking the rubber game against Harrisburg 7-2. 

  • Spiedies Win and Ponies Lose in Double Header

    Binghamton and Harrisburg each earned a victory in Saturday’s twin bill at NYSEG Stadium.

  • Watkins Glens Attendance Soars While Other Tracks Fall

    Watkins Glen, N.Y. - Tens of thousands of racing fans flocked to the iconic Watkins Glen International for the start of NASCAR's weekend event. In recent years, there's been a drop of thousands in attendance at NASCAR tracks, such as, Talladega. However, Watkins Glen is not of those tracks, considering  they are seeing more and more people come through the gates, each and every year.

  • "This is a train heading in the right direction." Mark Dennehy

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Binghamton Devils new head coach Mark Dennehy is thrilled to bring his values and energy to the Devils organization, an organization that's been heading in the right direction. 

  • Reggie Hawkins Will Return To Coach Binghamton Bulldogs

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Reggie Hawkins will be back leading the Binghamton Bulldogs for the 2018-19 season.

    Coach Hawk has been such a bright light in the community of Binghamton, known for his passion and hard work on the basketball court with the local youth.

  • Urban Meyer: "I am confident that I took appropriate action."

    Columbus, Ohio - Ohio State coach Urban Meyer broke his silence Friday, after posting a letter of apology on Twitter regarding the Zach Smith domestic violence allegation from 2015. Zach Smith, now former wide receivers' coach was accused, by ex-wife Courtney Smith of committing domestic violence, all the way back to 2009. 

  • Mark Dennehy Brings Three Key Values To Binghamton

    Binghamton, N.Y.-  Earlier today former Merrimack hockey coach Mark Dennehy and Tom Fitzgerald spoke to the media on a conference call to express their excitement with the hiring of Dennehy. Fitzgerald and Dennehy have had a strong relationship with each other for over thirty-years.

  • Former Rumble Ponie Marcos Molina Gets Drug Suspension

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Right-handed pitcher Marcos Molina was released from the New York Mets on July 11th after going 1-9 with a 6.66 ERA in 14 starts with the Rumble Ponies this season. Before today, the twenty-three year old was a free agent. However, that quickly changed as he was suspended for the rest of the season following a positive test for the performance-enhancing substance Clostebol. The commissioner's office announced the discipline under the major league drug program earli...
  • Mazeika's Late Push Sends Ponies To Victory

    BINGHAMTON, NY – Patrick Mazeika’s eighth inning RBI single helped propel the Rumble Ponies to a 2-1 series-ending victory against the Yard Goats Thursday at NYSEG Stadium. 

  • Gimenez & Toffey Looking To Make Immediate Impact With Rumble Ponies

    Binghamton, N.Y - On Tuesday, the Rumble Ponies returned to Bingahmton, but, they returned without Levi Michael and Tim Tebow. But, on the bright side, two new faces stepped foot on the diamond at NYSEG stadium for the first time in their baseball career.

  • Ponies Snap Losing Spell Against Hartford

    BINGHAMTON, NY – Scott Copeland sailed through seven innings Wednesday at NYSEG Stadium, spearheading the Rumble Ponies 2-0 win over the Yard Goats. 

  • Devils Hire Mark Dennehy As B Devils New Coach

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The New Jersey Devils hired Mark Dennehy as the Binghamton Devils head coach. New Jersey Devils General Manager Ray Shero and Binghamton Devils General Manager Tom Fitzgerald made the announcement Wednesday afternoon. 

  • From Playing Together To Now Coaching Together; BU's Latest Sister Coaches

    Binghamton. N.Y. - Being someone who grew up playing soccer with my little sister, there is nothing quite like growing up and having the same passion as your sibling who ultimately turns into your best friend (sometimes). 

  • Kick Start Your Fit Start With Kiley!

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Week 5 focuses on the importance of hip mobility and making sure you're doing all you can to prevent an injury. Not only is taking care of your hips important for athletes, someone who's older and more fragile, but it's in fact important for all generations. 

    Many people don't realize the importance of injury preventable exercises, so today we went over some exercises and stretches to per long your hip life.

  • Rumble Ponies Still Have No Luck When It Comes To Hartford

    Binghamton, N.Y. -  BINGHAMTON, NY – The Hartford Yard Goats nabbed a pair of one-run wins against the Rumble Ponies Tuesday evening at NYSEG Stadium. The Double-A Rockies never trailed in game one, but needed a pair of runs to comeback victorious in the nightcap. 

  • Levi Michael One Notch Closer to the BIGS

    Former Binghamton Rumble Ponies' shortstop Levi Michael got the call on Saturday before his game with the Altoona Curve that he was headed up to Triple A Mets affiliate, Las Vegas 51's.

  • First Timers and Repeats: Levene Gouldin & Thompson Challenger Had it All

    Both the Singles and Doubles Finals of the Levene Gouldin & Thompson (LG&T) Tennis Challenger had fans on their feet as one player celebrated his first ever title on Sunday, while others tasted an unwanted flavor...repeat-defeat at Recreation Park in Binghamton.

  • Rumble in Altoona, Late Heroics not Enough

    Binghamton infielders Andres Gimenez and Will Toffey combined for four hits, but the Rumble Ponies could not overcome stranding 13 runners in a 4-3 defeat to the Altoona Curve on Sunday afternoon at Peoples Natural Gas Field.

  • U-E Little League, What a Great Trip it's Been

    The Union-Endicott Little League fell just short in the New York State Tournament.

  • Ponies Thrown for a Curve in Altoona

    Altoona outfielder Jordan George collected four hits and drove in five runs to help the Curve down the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 10-2, on Saturday night at Peoples Natural Gas Field.

  • The Championships are set at the LG&T Challenger

    After two wash outs, the Levine Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger was able to catch up with the schedule Saturday and got the Semi-Final Doubles and Singles matches in the books.

  • Top Seeds Advance To Semi Finals In LG&T

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Friday afternoon was filled with another full day of tennis over at Binghamton Recreational Park. Ten total matches were played today consisting of six different single matches and four double matches.

  • Union-Endicott Little League Is One Game Away From Elimination

    Binghamton., N.Y. - The Union-Endicott Little league team is now just one game away from being eliminated from the New York State Tournament. The Tigers fell 5-2 to Wappinger Friday, in the winner's bracket semifinals game. Union-Endicott will play an elimination game in the loser's bracket July 28th (Sat) at 11 a.m. They'll be looking to defeat New City at Van Nest Little League in the Bronx.
  • LG&T Tennis Challenger Celebrates 25th Anniversary

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Today the Levene Gouldin & Thompson Men's Tennis Challenger celebrates their 25th anniversary here in Binghamton. The anniversary makes the LG&T one of the oldest consecutive USTA events and it's remarkable that Binghamton is apart of it. 

  • Johnson Brothers From Texas Look To Upset #2 Seed in LG&T

    Binghamton, N.Y.- The quarterfinals of the Men's doubles in the LG&T Tennis Challenger were completed today.  Hunter and Yates Johnson, twin brothers from Texas looked to upset #2 seed Robert Galloway (USA) and Roberto Maytin (ESP). 

  • 2018-19 America East Basketball Schedule Released

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The America East Conference released the 2018-19 women and Men's basketball schedule.
  • Cornell's Rookie Of The Year Advances To Sweet 16 In LG&T

    Binghamton, N.Y. - On Thursday afternoon, Alafia Ayeni from Cornell University advanced to the Sweet 16 in the LG&T Tennis Challenger after defeating Igor Sijsling from Puerto Rico. Ayeni is heading into his sophomore year at Cornell after receiving Ivy League Rookie of the Year this past season.

  • Mens' Singles At LG&T Tennis Challenger

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The weather was finally on the same page as the LG&T Tennis Challenger today and Men's single matches were finally in full effect. Fifteen different matches were played at the Recreational Park and fifteen different players advanced to Round 2 (Sweet 16). 

  • Big Upset At The LG&T Tennis Challenger

    Binghamton, N.Y. Binghamton University Men's tennis player Ludovico Cestarollo and Princeton's Karl Poling upset #4 seed, Saketh Myneni and N Vijay Sundar Prashanth in the first round of the mens' doubles in the LG&T Tennis Challenger. Cestarollo and Poling defeated the #4 seed in a super tie break, 12-10. ?
  • Former NY Mets Manager Bobby Valentine Is Coming To RumbleTown

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Former New York Mets manager Bobby Valentine will be at NYSEG stadium on Sunday, August 19th. 

  • Tim Tebow Reaches Out To Social Media

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Earlier Today Tim Tebow took to social media after surgery on his right hamate bone.

  • LG&T Tennis Challenger Moved Inside

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Mother nature has certainly put a damper on the LG&t Tennis Challenger. On Tuesday all single matches were cancelled because of the rain and two double matches were moved indoors to be played at Binghamton Tennis Center.

  • Tim Tebow's Surgery Was A Success

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Wednesday morning the New York Mets released a statement regarding Tim Tebow's surgery for his broken right hamate bone.

    New York Mets Statement:

    "Tim Tebow underwent successful surgery to remove the hamate bone in his right hand on Tuesday at the Hospital for Special Surgery."

    The outfielder broke his hamate bone on Thursday July 19th in his at-bat in the seventh inning against the Trenton Thunder.

  • Kick Start Your Fit Start With Kiley

    Binghamton N.Y. -  Week 4 on Kick start your fit start with Kiley, focuses on the importance of fueling your energy by eating right and making sure your putting the correct nutrition into your body.

  • Jeff McNeil Called Up To Citi Field

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Infielder Jeff McNeil was promoted from Binghamton Double-A to Las Vegas Triple-A on June 14th and today he is on his way to making his major league debut at Citi Field. According to SNY's Andy Martino, McNeil will play third base for the New York Mets. 

  • B Devils Search For New Head Coach

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The Binghamton Devils sent out a press release Tuesday morning regarding their search for a new coach.

  • BREAKING: New York Mets Confirm That Tim Tebow May Be Out For Season

    Binghamton, N.Y. -  On Sunday afternoon Fox 40 sports announced that Tim Tebow broke his right hamate bone and may undergo minimally invasive surgery, per source. Monday morning New York Mets assistant general manager John Ricco announced that the 30 year old has in fact broken his hamate bone and will have a minimally invasive surgery Tuesday. 

  • New Jersey Devils Hire Rick Kowalsky As Assistant Coach

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Today New Jersey Devils manager, Ray Shero announced that the two empty spots on the New Jersey Devils coaching staff have been filled. Binghamton Devils head coach, Rick Kowalsky was promoted as the New Jersey Devil's assistant coach.  Rick Kowalsky has served as the Albany and Binghamton Devils head coach for the past eight years, where he won AHL coach of the year in the 2015-16 season. 

  • Thunder claims Double-A Subway Series Finale

    In the fourteenth and final edition of the 2018 Double-A subway series, Trenton edged Binghamton 9-2 on Sunday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium.

  • LG&T Challenger Qualifier bounces BU Tennis Star

    Things didn't go Binghamton University Bearcats tennis player Ludovico Cestarollo's way in the Levene Gouldin & Thompson Tennis Challenger on Saturday, falling in two straight sets to Australian Aleksandar Vukic, 6-3, 6-2.

  • Runs Limited, Pitching Notches Win for Ponies

    Justin Dunn earned his second win against Trenton in three tries this season, spearheading a 4-2 victory at NYSEG Stadium on Saturday night.

  • Tebow's Status Uncertain until NYC Specialist Inspects his Hand

    Two days after Binghamton Rumble Ponies outfielder, Tim Tebow, suffered an apparent hand injury, Ponies Manager Louis Rojas told Fox 40 Tim is listed as "Day to Day" until he is cleared by a specialist in New York City, Monday.

  • Record Crowd At NYSEG, But Ponies Disappoint

    BINGHAMTON, NY – Trenton scored eight runs in the first three innings in front of a franchise record 7,488 at NYSEG Stadium, en route to a 10-1 win over Binghamton on Friday night. The Thunder never trailed in the 12th meeting between the Double-A Mets and Yankees, taking a seven games to five lead in the season series. It’s the sixth time this season Binghamton has drawn at least 6,000 to NYSEG Stadium.  

  • Nick Lappin Re-Signs With B Devils

    Binghamton, N.Y. - The New Jersey Devils announced on Friday that they have re-signed forward Nick Lappin to a one-year, two-way contract. Devils' Executive Vice President/General Manager Ray Shero announced the news earlier today.

  • Little League Big Hearts

    Vestal, N.Y. - For the first time in over a decade, Vestal's U-10 Little League will be heading to the New York State Playoffs, this weekend. But, they're not the only young kids from Vestal who will be heading there, Vestal U-11 will also be making their way to the playoffs, for the first time since 2011. 

  • Tommy The Trenton Bat Boy Comes To Binghamton

    Binghamton, N.Y. - On Saturday night, the beloved and special Trenton Thunders bat boy Tommy Smith will be providing his services at NYSEG stadium. Tommy will visit Binghamton with his family to serve as Binghamton's bay boy for their 6:05 PM game against Thunder.  

  • Section IV Honors In Baseball

    Binghamton, N.Y - NYSSWA announced Section IV high school players and coaches of the year, as well as All-state honors in baseball. 

  • Binghamton Just Gets By Trenton

    BINGHAMTON, NY – Three Rumble Ponies relievers combined to toss eight scoreless innings in Binghamton’s series-opening 3-2 win against Trenton Thursday night at NYSEG Stadium. David Roseboom, Daniel Zamora, and Ryder Ryan allowed just four hits in the victory, extending the bullpen’s scoreless streak to 18.0 innings. All five runs crossed in the first two innings.  Trenton provided starting pitcher Ryan Bollinger with a 2-0 lead before he tossed his first pitch...
  • Syracuse's Sydney O'Hara Named BU Assistant Softball Coach

    VESTAL, N.Y. – The Binghamton softball program has announced the hiring of Sydney O'Hara as an assistant coach. A 2017 NFCA All-American at Syracuse, she was an assistant coach this past season at LeMoyne College. With the Bearcats, O'Hara will work with the pitching staff, assist with the offense, and will have recruiting and scouting responsibilities. 

  • BU's Ludovico Cestarollo Is Looking Forward To Playing In LG&T

    Binghamton University's Men's tennis captain, Ludovico Cestarollo will be participating in the Levene Gouldin & Thompson Challenger for the first time in his career. 

  • Legion Baseball Down To District 6 Championship Game

    BINGHAMTON, N.Y. -Legion Post teams from around the Southern Tier took part in the double-elimination tournament at MacArthur Park in Binghamton, Wednesday, with Oneonta Post 259 Green Wave and Hillcrest 1194. Oneonta defeated Hillcrest 7-2 and move on to the District 6 Championship game. 

  • Bearcats Looking To Play Tough Non-Conference Teams

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Over the years, the Binghamton University's non-conference schedule has not been very difficult. Yes, they've won those game but it hasn't proven to help them in the long run. Therefore, this years schedule will definitely look to help them in the long run. The Bearcats will see non-conference teams from the Big Ten, such as,  Michigan and NorthWestern University. As well as, Notre Dame in the NCAA Atlantic Coast Conference.

  • Ponies Bats Struggle To Find Power Against Portland

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Portland Sea Dog's starting pitcher Mike Shawaryn allowed one run over six innings, leading Portland to a 201 series-ending win Wednesday afternoon at NYSEG stadium. Binghamton's starter Scott Copeland threw seven strike-outs and gave up two runs on four hits throughout seven innings. Unfortunately, just enough for Portland to seal the deal. 

  • BU Men's Basketball Focused On Being The Best Team They Can Be

    The Binghamton University Men's basketball team have been practicing together since July 1st, where they've been putting in four hours a week on the court.

  • Kick Start Your Fit Start With Kiley!

    Fox 40 and Synergy Athletics (Colin Wilson) has teamed up in a thirteen week program based on health, wellness and fitness. "Kick start your fit start with Kiley" is a  fun and hands on way to take the viewers along for my every week journey. My mission is to tone-up and build body muscle. Colin and I's mission is to express the importance of nutrition, fitness and living a healthy life style. Each week we'll bring you something a little differe...
  • Game Turned Home-Run Derby At NYSEG

    BINGHAMTON, NY – Binghamton bashed four home runs Monday night at NYSEG Stadium, en route to 16-2 series-opening win against Portland. Welcoming the Sea Dogs to the Southern Tier for the first time since April 8, the Rumble Ponies collected three two-run home runs in a six-run sixth inning, while four Binghamton batters finished with at least three hits. Binghamton’s win snaps a four-game losing skid.  Binghamton’s offensive onslaught started in the second inni...
  • Vestal Post 89 moves on in Double-Elimination Tournament

    Legion Post teams from around the Southern Tier took part in the double-elimination tournament at MacArthur Park in Binghamton, Sunday, with Vestal Post 89 claiming a mercy rule victory over Harpursville's Post 1596, 10-0.

  • Binghamton finds the Broom in Akron

    The Akron RubberDucks used two sparkling defensive plays and a go-ahead home run by Bobby Bradley to defeat the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 9-5, on Sunday afternoon at Canal Park.

  • Spotlight in Sports: Racker Rivals Big Red

    Hosting the fourth annual Racker Rivals Big Red charity hockey game at Cornell University, Saturday evening, Racker Centers welcomed thousands of fans and university alumni for a night of kicking ice for a cause.

  • Ponies' Three Game Ache in Akron

    In a game that featured a no-hit bid carried into the seventh, a 13-minute fireworks delay and two teams combining to go 1-for-24 with runners in scoring position, the Akron RubberDucks slipped past the Binghamton Rumble Ponies, 1-0, on a walk-off, swinging-third-strike passed ball on Saturday night at Canal Park.

  • A believer or non-believer of Tim Tebow?

    Binghamton, N.Y. - It was in 2016 when Tim Tebow made the change from football to baseball. The change that a lot of people questioned. Although a lot of people buy into Tim Tebow swinging a baseball bat, there's a lot of people that still think it's all for publicity. 

  • Day Four Of New Jersey Devils Developmental Camp

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Doesn't it feel like hockey season just came to a close? Like it was yesterday we were watching history be made? Well, it wasn't yesterday, in fact, it was over a month ago and here we are in July where most people are enjoying the sunshine and going to the beach. But, the  New Jersey Devils prospects are not amongst that group. They're in the cold  ice rink showcasing their power and skills in day four of the New Jersey Devils Developmental camp.

  • Binghamton Devils Announce 2018-19 Regular Season Schedule

    Binghamton, N.Y. - On Wednesday the Binghamton Devils announced the 2018-19 regular season schedule. 

  • Marcos Molina Released From Mets Organization

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Binghamton Rumble Ponies sent out a press release Thursday morning announcing that right-handed pitcher Marcos Molina has been released from the New York Mets organization. The twenty-three year old was released Wednesday in order to make room on the 40-man roster for OF Matt den Dekker. 

  • Ticket Prices Soar For Eastern League All-Star Game All Because Of Tim Tebow

    Once news broke out that Tim Tebow would be playing in the Eastern League All-Star game, online tickets sky rocketed. According to Steve Spiewak with Vivid seats, they "noticed nearly a 6X price increase on Eastern League All-Star Game tickets after Tebow was announced to play. 

  • Fox 40 Live at the Eastern League All-Star Game

    Hundreds of fans in Trenton, New Jersey, flocked to the arriving buses full of Eastern League All-Stars on Wednesday, eagerly awaiting the arrival of minor league players, Hartford's Vladimir Guerrero Jr., and Binghamton's Tim Tebow and Levi Michael.

  • Kick Start Your Fit Start With Kiley!

    Kick Start Your Fit Start With Kiley! Fox 40 and Synergy Athletics (Colin Wilson) has teamed up in a thirteen week program based on health, wellness and fitness. "Kick start your fit start with Kiley" is a  fun and hands on way to take the viewers along for my every week journey. My mission is to tone-up and build body muscle. Colin and I's mission is to express the importance of nutrition, fitness and living a healthy life style. 

  • Rumble Ponies Express Different Expectations For All-Star Game

    Binghamton, N.Y. - Five Rumble Ponies will be playing in the Eastern League All-Star game on Wednesday, July 11th. However, the festivities will start Tuesday, July 10th. Infielder Levi Michael, outfielder Tim Tebow, reliever Daniel Zamora, reliever David Roseboom and catcher Patrick Mazeika have all made the All-Star roster. Pitcher Nabil Crismatt was originally going to be playing in the All-Star game but was promoted to triple-A Las Vegas last week. 

  • Champion repeats Crown at 2018 TCGA Tournament

    After three rounds and three days, the field of 53 golfers from the 2018 Triple Cities Golf Association Tournament were whittled down to a single champion, Nick Barney, who won his second straight title, Sunday.

  • Ponies Rebound and take Series against SeaWolves

    Binghamton scored seven straight runs to grab the rubber game from the Erie SeaWolves, 8-6, Sunday afternoon at NYSEG Stadium.

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