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This year, in addition to station staff, we've got picks from high school hoops state semifinalists Waterville and NY Mills.
NY Mills boys hoops coach Mike Adey and UC AD Dave Fontaine were among the people we spoke with
Two Mohawk Valley basketball alums will be going with their teams to the NCAA Women's Tournament.
WWE is coming back to Utica for the first time in seven years.
After a weekend in which he won both games in net for Utica, Jacob Markstrom is heading back to Vancouver
The Mets are losing another starting pitcher to injury.
The Utica Comets gave up a three-goal lead down the stretch before pulling through in a shootout to beat the Iowa Wild in the final game of their five-game road trip, Sunday.
The Comets got goals from Hunter Shinkaruk, Alex Friesen, Alexandre Grenier, and an empty netter by Brendan Gaunce to defeat the Chicago Wolves 4-0, Saturday, just days after falling out in the Windy City in a tough overtime loss.
Two Comets goalies are switching places heading into the weekend.
A person familiar with the deal says the New York Jets and cornerback Antonio Cromartie have agreed to terms on a four-year contract.
After more than two periods of scoreless hockey, Utica and Chicago each scored a goal in the third before the Wolves got the game winner in OT.
On Wednesday, the Syracuse University Board of Trustees released a statement regarding the NCAA penalties to the Orange basketball team.
On the first official day of NFL free agency Tuesday, the agents of Darrelle Revis announced the cornerback will be returning to the Jets.
1999 Baseball Hall of Fame Inductee Robin Yount will be returning to Cooperstown this May.
We've got all the info on how you can vote for the 2014 Olympic women's luge bronze medalist here!
Defensive end Jerry Hughes is staying in Buffalo after signing a five-year contract worth more than $45 million with the Bills a day before being eligible to become a free agent.
Some very big, familiar pieces of New York City sports history are going on the auction block - courtesy of a baseball star.
Just a few hours after arguably the biggest win in franchise history, the Utica Comets fell to North Division rival, Toronto Marlies 2-1 on the road, Sunday.
John Schoof made four 3-pointers and finished with 17 points and No. 6 seed American upset second-seeded Colgate 73-62 in the Patriot League semifinals on Sunday.
In perhaps the biggest game of the young Utica Comets franchise, the team edged out division rival, Hamilton, 3-2, to take a commanding lead in the playoff race.