SU football is now officially bowl-eligible. In a game you heard on Finger Lakes News Radio, the Orange knocked off NC State, 51-41, to move to 6-2 on the year. Meanwhile, in high school football sectionals, in a game you heard on WFLR, Letchworth/Warsaw ended Penn Yan’s season with a 28-0 shutout. Also, Wayne stays alive with a 24-21 win over Livonia. The New York Giants are back in action, as they host Washington at 1 on Finger Lakes News Radio. Also, the Jets travel to Chicago for a 1 o’clock tilt.
IN boys soccer sectionals, Pal-Mac blanked Livonia, 3-0; Geneseo nipped Naples, 1-0; and Sodus eked by ER, 1-0.
In mens’ college soccer, Hobart fell to St. Lawrence, 2-1; Keuka clipped Cazenovia, 2-1; and Cobleskill got by Wells, 3-2.
In womens’ action, William Smith blanked St. Lawrence, 2-0; Keuka snuck by Cazenovia, 2-1; and Cobleskill over Wells, 3-2.
In college hockey, Hobart blew out Elmira, 6-2; while William Smith smoked Salve Regina, 5-2.
In college field hockey, Messiah downed William Smith, 3-0; and Keuka whitewashed Wells, 5-0.
In the AHL, Charlotte doubled up the Crunch, 6-3; while the Amerks edged Laval, 3-2.
In NHL action, Columbus beat the Sabres in OT, 5-4; while the Islanders pounded Philadelphia, 6-1.
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