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Five-star guard Lonnie Walker drops sweet announcement video for top five schools

Lonnie Walker is a five-star point guard in the class of 2017 and one of the more creative kids in the class as well. He dropped a top five list, but did one better than just a nifty photoshopped graphic in a tweet. 69 more words

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Top 10 SF cuts list of schools down to eight

Jordan Tucker is the No. 8 small forward in the class of 2017 according to ESPN and he’s got almost 20 offers from various schools. However, he’s got his list cut down to eight schools now  121 more words

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10 Things I Realized at Barnes & Noble

Some nights a guy just has to drive. Monday night (Aug. 22 — just for the record), was essentially a perfect night. It’s New York State Fair “season.” August is settling down, and the northeast United States is preparing itself for autumn. 823 more words

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PHILIPPA SIBLEY | SYRACUSE

Melbourne loves Philippa Sibley. We follow her every move closely to see where next she will craft her delicious food. Having worked in Michelin starred restaurants in London and France, Philippa very happily calls Melbourne home and has carved her own ‘yummy’ niche here. 1,936 more words

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It's time for the new Great New York State Fair

Things will be different when the New York State Fair opens the gates today.

Starting with the gates.

From the close last Labor Day, the sprawling fairgrounds in Geddes received a facelift to the tune of $50 million, the folks right there a couple of miles west of Syracuse city proper who hosted our monthly session for the Social Media Breakfast Syracuse group explained Wednesday morning as they served coffee and goodies in the Empire Room restaurant and then hauled us around the complex in a couple of trams. 368 more words

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Former West Haven star Ervin Philips ready for new role in high-flying offense at Syracuse

(WTNH)–If you followed high school football in Connecticut at all over the past few years, you probably remember the name Ervin Philips.

The former West Haven running back was one of the most electric players in the state, rushing for 2,988 yards and 64 total touchdowns in his four years (2011-14) under legendary head coach Ed McCarthy.

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Fresh off coaching Team USA, Jim Boeheim says this player 'unlikely to win an NBA title'

Carmelo Anthony has taken a lot of heat for his comments about being satisfied with three Olympic gold medals and now it seems his former college coach in Jim Boeheim is giving him a little crap too. 360 more words

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