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    Useful sites on the web
       Handy links to newspaper, television and cable TV sites across New York.

    Sanctioning bodies
       Official sites of NYSPHSAA member sections, PSAL and CHSAA.

       N.Y. State Public Schools Athletic Association: The site for the largest sanctioning body for high school sports in New York contains tournament schedules (and contact info) as well as the all-important BEDS numbers, which are the enrollment numbers that determine classifications.

       New York State Athletic Administrators Association:

    Forums and chat boards Launched in January 2007, this site is a combination of news and user opinion meshed into a forum format. forums: Take a little trash-talking, stir in a dash of gossip and add liberal doses of opinion and you have the sports discussion groups on, the web site of The Post-Standard. Though the newspaper is a Syracuse publication, topics and contributors are from across N.Y. The football board is always very active, even in the offseason.

    Multi-sport, section-focused sites Covering a sliver of the north end of Section 3 since September 2006.

       New York City Sports News: The site covers some college and professional teams, but much of its bandwidth is dedicated to CHSAA and PSAL sports. This is one-stop shopping for everything in Section 10, with the "S" staples of information -- schedules, statistics and stories.

    National sites
       Baseball America maintains an extensive site dedicated to draft prospects and other topics related to the high school game.

       Links for basketball are now available at

    Cross country, track and field Though primarily serving the metropolitan New York City area, compiles and posts considerable amounts of info on cross country and track from all over New York. A fountain of information for cross country, indoor track and outdoor track. John Dye and crew set up shop at numerous major events across the country each school year, providing same-day coverage including stories, agate and photos. This outfit does the automated results for a number of cross country and track meets throughout the year, paricularly in Central New York. It's a nice resource for digging up old agate. One-stop shopping for a ton of info related to scholastic cross country and track in New York. The speed ratings for cross country make it possible to compare performances and stimulate plenty of discussion in the running community.

       Links for football are now available at

    Ice hockey
       New York High School Hockey Coaches Association: Content includes al-state selections and the history of the NYSPHSAA tournament.

       U.S. High School Hockey Organization: The USHSHO does weekly national power rankings for boys ice hockey. One of the more interesting tools on the site is a list of scores from around the country for the last 10 days, which is a valuable resource during the playoffs.

    Lacrosse Heavily concentrated on the tri-state area, this site breaks a lot of news about recruiting, coaching changes, etc. With its daily scores lists, computerized rankings by state (and class) and numerous other bits of imformation, this is one of the better single-sport sites in the country.

    NCSAA    National Soccer Coaches Association of America: The NSCAA does weekly national rankings for boys and girls soccer and selects all-region and All-America teams each fall. Such a high percentage of N.Y. high school coaches belongs to the organization the New York is actually a region all by itself in the organization.

       Soccer Long Island Magazine has the lowdown on boys and girls action in Nassau and Suffolk counties.

    Swimming It's not a complete list, but there are numerous up-to-date reports on the leaders in individual events and relays from across the state.

    Volleyball Not just limited to high school volleyball -- or volleyball in Rochester, for that matter. There's some useful information on the site, and the forum boards sometimes get quite active.

    Wrestling Largely a Section 5 site, but consistently updated with info of use to fans from around the entire state. An impressive source of historial information for Sections 8 and 11, as well as results from every NYSPHSAA state tournament final since 1963. Regularly updated high school and college news related to New York.

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