After a slow, and short, transition from football season to basketball season saw Maine-Endwell lose a a couple of its first games on the schedule, the Spartans have begun to find their basketball legs.
After a big win over division rival Binghamton in the opening round of the Stop DWI Holiday Classic on Saturday, M-E beat Section III's Fayetteville-Manlius on Monday for the Region I Title. The win is a big confidence boost and a sign that the Spartans are back in basketball shape and ready for the rest of the season.
Mansell's role may be changing VIEW VIDEO
After suffering his second season-ending knee injury in as many seasons and needing surgery to repair both injuries, it looks like BU Guard Rob Mansell may not return to the team as a player, but as... more
Binghamton Senators lose ECHL affiliate
The Elmira Jackals announced on Wednesday afternoon that they have signed an affiliation agreement with the Buffalo Sabres effective immediately. This move leaves the Binghamton Senators without an... more
B-Mets postponed for second straight day
PORTLAND, ME – Wednesday night’s contest between the Binghamton Mets and Portland Sea Dogs has been postponed due to unplayable field conditions. The contest will be made up as part of a doubleheader... more