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Unbeaten Colgate shuts out Cornell in lopsided affair

Unbeaten Colgate shuts out Cornell in lopsided affair
Colgate entered Saturday having allowed just six points since week two of the season. After 60 minutes against Cornell football, that number stayed the exact same. Colgate’s defense proved why it’s the nation’s best on Saturday, shutting out the Red and giving the Raiders a decisive 31-0 victory. “If my quote from two years ago was a day I’ll never... more

Hobart routs Rochester for Centennial Cup

Hobart routs Rochester for Centennial Cup
The Hobart College football team dominated the 111th contest against the University of Rochester, retaining the Centennial Cup by a score of 52-7 on Boswell Field at David J Urick Stadium. The Statesmen rushed for a season-high 280 yards, handing off to 10 different ball carriers on the day. Junior Brian Haeffner and sophomore Alex Milliken shared game-high honors, running... more

Batman vows to bring sign-stealing bandits to justice

Batman vows to bring sign-stealing bandits to justice
New York State Assembly candidate Keith Batman jokingly condemned the brazen band of sign stealers who’ve reportedly nabbed several of his lawn signs in the town of Moravia. “Hey, I get it: Who doesn’t want Batman merchandise?” said Batman. “In all seriousness, please respect your neighbors and leave their signs alone. If you’d like one for yourself, contact my office... more

Joe Girard III chooses Syracuse hoops over Duke, BC, Notre Dame & Michigan

Joe Girard III chooses Syracuse hoops over Duke, BC, Notre Dame & Michigan
Joe Girard III, a 6-foot-2 guard from Glens Falls, N.Y., has committed to Syracuse University. Girard made the announcement during a press conference at the Queensbury Hotel in Glens Falls on Sunday night. Girard, who averaged 50 point per game last season, picked Syracuse from a final list of six schools that included Boston College, Duke, Michigan, Notre Dame and... more

Calls for regulation mount after limo crash; first responders deal with memory of tragedy

Calls for new regulation mount as limo crash victims mourned
The day after a mourning community said last goodbyes to eight of 20 victims of a limousine crash — four sisters and four other relatives — the Senate’s top Democrat called on federal regulators to formulate new safety standards for the vehicles. Sen. Chuck Schumer on Sunday pointed to glaring gaps in safety data and singled out the National Transportation Safety Board, which... more