BINGHAMTON (WBNG) -- After three consecutive weeks highlighting Class B in our 12 Sports Game of the Week, we switch it up with a rivalry as old as time between Binghamton and Union-Endicott. The two local power houses will meet at historic Alumni Stadium this Friday night at 7, so how do the Patriots stack up against the undefeated Tigers?
12 Sports Plays of the Week - Nothing Coy about Austin! Posted:
Monday, September 18, 2017 6:38 PM EDT
Monday, September 18, 2017 6:38 PM EDT
BINGHAMTON (WBNG) - Watch the best of the best from the Southern Tier sports world with 12 Sports Plays of the Week!5. Gavin McKercher to Keith Harris - Johnson City Wildcats Football4. Devon Hogan - Union-Endicott Tigers Football3. Jarred Freije - Susquehanna Valley Sabers Football2.
SELDEN, N.Y. (WBNG) -- Saturday in Selden featured an empty football field. No. 17 Tioga showed up to play unranked Newfield, but the officials were a no-show. The game was cancelled then and now will officially not be made up. On Monday night, 12 Sports spoke with Tioga head coach Nick Aiello who had this to say over the phone:"No contest. Like it never happened. Unfortunate." Hopefully this doesn't happen again to these two teams this week.
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