The Owego boys’ varsity fell to Norwich 52-46 on Friday in the WEBO Game of the Week. The Indians ran out to an early 17-7 lead after the first quarter, but Norwich came storming back in the second frame, trimming the Owego lead to one... Read More.
The 2010-11 high school basketball season begins on WEBO Friday with a boys’ basketball game between the Owego Free Academy Indians and the Norwich Purple Tornado. Coverage will begin at 7:45pm on 1330AM, 107.9FM and on this website (click on the "Listen Live" link for... Read More.
Fresh off their victory at the Newark Valley Invitational, the Owego wrestling team won 10 of 15 matches against Susquehanna Valley Tuesday night to beat the Sabers 51-28. Also Tuesday, Johnson City won the final four matches to upend Chenango Forks, Vestal beat Elmira, Union-Endicott... Read More.
The Owego boys’ basketball team finished second in a tournament at Norwich this weekend, falling to the Purple Tornado by 15 points in Saturday’s Championship Game. The two teams will play again this Friday at OFA in a game that will be broadcast live... Read More.
The Radigan Broadcasting Group is pleased to announce that News Radio, WEBO will again broadcast high school basketball this season. WEBO will broadcast both boys’ and girls’ basketball games from both Owego Free Academy and the Union-Endicott High School, featuring several different Southern Tier Athletic... Read More.
The Southern Tier’s best high school football seniors will play Wednesday at Union-Endicott High School in the annual Ernie Davis Classic. Seniors have been split up into two teams for the 21st annual edition. The East team is made up of players from Broome, Chenango... Read More.
The Southern Tier Athletic Conference announced their girls’ and boys’ soccer all-stars Thursday. For the girls, STAC champion Owego put four players on the league’s Central/East All-Conference Team: Lexi Hilliker, Courtney Malia, Mandy Spadine and goalie Brittany Rando. The Metro/West team features Liz Howell and Erica... Read More.
A Tioga baseball standout will play at Penn State next year. Patton Taylor signed his National Letter of Intent last week. The senior was a first-team all-state pick last year after leading the Tigers with a .476 batting average and 29 runs batted in. He... Read More.