When wide receiver Sammy Watkins got the call on draft night that the Buffalo Bills had made a bold move to trade up to No. 4 and select him, the person sitting next to him was not surprised.
Though Plainview JFK's playoff seeding already was secured, Friday's win still was significant for Bryan Wang, Brian Maloney and the Hawks.
What's Zach Kolodny doing this weekend? Oh, just kicking it.
Bruce Bochy, now vying for his third ring in five years, is considered one of the game's top managers. Ned Yost is constantly trying to prove he's not the worst.
Inside the Ehrhart sisters' bedroom hangs a sign that was purchased by their mother shortly before they were born.
The Islanders added a bevy of NHL-experienced players during the summer. At times during training camp, it seemed like overkill; rookies and young players weren't sure of their roles and the Islanders broke camp with only one rookie, Griffin Reinhart, on the roster.
Anthony Duclair idolized a lot of Montreal Canadiens growing up. Well, let's say as a youngster. At 19, Duclair is still growing.
NFL lauds MetLife Stadium's security system and programs as trendsetting
The Rangers, who have won three straight, are in a stretch in which they will play only two games in 10 days. Does the break come at an unfortunate time?
Knicks coach Derek Fisher understands J.R. Smith's frustration. But that doesn't mean he is going to ask any less of him.
Ian Berg provided just the jolt his team needed with two long fourth-quarter touchdowns as Syosset pulled away for a 55-41 victory at Freeport last night in Nassau I football.
The pocket was a comfort zone all night for Lindenhurst quarterback Ryan Hofmann.
It was a slight variation on the three-headed bullpen monster that has dominated the postseason for the Royals, but the result was the same.
Word of the day from Nets coach Lionel Hollins was "spotty." That was his description of the team's rebounding during preseason play. And of his players' implementation of the new coach's system.
American League teams traditionally don't fare well in National League ballparks during the World Series, especially in recent years.
Percy Harvin might be a big part of the Jets' offense Sunday against the Bills.
Brian Bosworth initially did not plan to see "Brian and the Boz," the next ESPN "30 for 30" documentary, before attending a public screening in Manhattan on Thursday night.
The Chase was on.
With all due respect to Kevin Long, whom even the Yankees considered an excellent hitting coach right up to the minute they fired him, being a good offensive team is not about the guy running the tee-and-toss drills.
John Tavares' line saw plenty of Bruins captain Zdeno Chara in the first half of the first period Thursday night. In fact, Tavares saw the 6-9 Chara up close, as Chara laid him out with a big, clean hit to deny a scoring chance midway through the period.
There were three passes that Eli Manning threw into the ground against the Cowboys last Sunday. Basically spiked the ball. The Giants were trying to run a screen pass but the blocking wasn't there and the back was covered so rather than try to force the football into a tight space Manning decided to just end the play.
Isaiah White is the do-it-all playmaker for Longwood. He made plays everywhere Friday night in Longwood's 62-14 win over Sachem North in a Suffolk Division I football game. It was the Isaiah White show.
Carmelo Anthony will be in the Knicks' opening-night starting lineup for the fourth straight season. He's the only player who can say that.
A fire that destroyed all the football and track gear housed inside an equipment shed at Wyandanch High School is being investigated as a possible arson, Suffolk police said.
After setting a career high with five goals Sept. 20, Elissa Frein received a torrent of congratulatory messages. Her response: "Thanks. But there's more to come!"
During his tenure with the Yankees, hitting coach Kevin Long often made offseason house calls, visiting with players to offer advice during their workouts.
Joe Maddon might be baseball's brightest free agent this winter, but he won't be taking his managerial talents to Flushing.
Emily McNelis celebrated on the sideline . . . in a sombrero.
Early in his career, Tim Hudson thought a World Series berth was only a matter of time.
It's a big night of football in the Sachem Central School District. Sachem East, the preseason 11 seed, has its sights set on the school's first undefeated regular season. The Flaming Arrows of the East puts their six-game win streak on the line when they host Lindenhurst Friday night in a Suffolk Division I game at 7 p.m.