These public high schools are ranked the best for sports in New YorkA web site that grades public high schools has used its data to rank the 2018 Best High Schools for Athletes. The Pittsburgh-based website niche.com has produced a Best High Schools for Athletes in New York and another list for Best High Schools for Athletes nationally. Nine schools from Syracuse-based Section III ranked in the top 100 state schools for sports.
What grades would you give the Syracuse Orange basketball team for its 62-47 win over Eastern Michigan on Wednesday at the Carrier Dome? What marks would you give the offense? The defense? What's your overall grade? Make your opinion known. Vote in the polls below and explain your votes in the comments section. Can't see the polls? Click here
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Selecting a term
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