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Maine-Endwell streaks fashionably into 2014 season

Thirty-Eight and Three.

Those are the streaks that’ll accompany Maine-Endwell’s football program into the 2014 football season.

The Spartans have logged 38 consecutive victories, as in, 1,824 minutes worth of game clock since last absorbing a loss. 1,712 more words

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Ithaca football preview

ITHACA

CLASS A, DIVISION I

Last season: 0-9

Second-year coach Kelly Gordon has what could be considered an ambitious goal for his young squad, which will look to snap the longest active losing streak in Section 4 at 15 games, dating to Week 3 of the 2012 season, when it defeated visiting Johnson City, 48-35. 259 more words

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Festivals with a Local Spin

I happened across The Chap Olympiad yesterday while poking around London event websites, and it got me thinking about weird festivals throughout the world. My guess is that every region has a festival or event with unique local flavor. 372 more words

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This week's high school schedule

Tuesday, September 2

BOYS SOCCER

IAC

Notre Dame at Candor, 4:30

Southern Cayuga at Trumansburg, 4:30

Marathon at Union Springs, 4:30

Waverly at Spencer-Van Etten 4:30… 835 more words

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Offense could lead Vestal to success

VESTAL

CLASS A, DIVISION I

Last Season: 6-4

Replacing a three-year starting quarterback might be a concern for most teams, but Vestal coach Tank Anderson feels confident that junior Nick Davis will be a more-than-adequate replacement for the departed Nick Wegmann. 262 more words

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Corning football season preview

CORNING

Class AA, Division I

LAST SEASON: 3-6

George Bacalles takes over as head coach for Tim Hughes, who has remained on staff as an assistant. 385 more words

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U-E hopes new standouts emerge

UNION-ENDICOTT

CLASS A, DIVISION I

Last season: 8-4

Largely gone are the key components of U-E’s back-to-back Section 4 Class A title teams, but head coach Tom Baleno is confident those players being thrust into more significant roles will help the Tigers in their quest for a third consecutive state playoff appearance. 251 more words

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