Maine-Endwell Schools

ME Little League continues in LL World Series today

The Maine-Endwell Little League team will take on Goodlettsville, Tennessee at 3pm this afternoon in the Little League World Series. The game was postponed yesterday due to rain. This will be the second game ME will play in the Little League World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. In the first round of the series, Maine-Endwell defeated Warwick, RI 7-2. M-E is the first team from New York to make it to the Little League World Series since 1977 and the first from the Southern Tier since Corning in 1949.

ME Little League plays first game in LL World Series

The Maine-Endwell Little League team will play their first game of the Little League World Series today. M-E will play Warwick, Rhode Island at 3pm today live on ESPN. The World Series in Williamsport, Pennsylvania is a double elimination tournament and each team is guaranteed three games. M-E is the first team from New York to make it since 1977 and the first from the Southern Tier since Corning in 1949.

M-E team heading to the Little League World Series

The Maine-Endwell Little League team is heading to the Little League World Series. The boys from M-E defeated Keystone, PA 6-2 on Saturday to win the Mid-Atlantic Regional in Bristol, CT. Now, they are in Williamsport, PA, where they will take on the team from Warwick, RI at 3pm Thursday. The undefeated Maine-Endwell team is the first from New York to make the World Series since 1977.

Sports Report: SU, NASCAR, and Sect. 4 basketball

The Syracuse men’s basketball team is back in action Saturday¬†hosting NC State for their final home game of the regular season. Pregame coverage will begin on WEBO at 1pm.

After a thrilling Daytona 500, the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series is in Atlanta for a race on Sunday that will be heard live on WEBO. Coverage begins at 12pm.

The Binghamton girls and Horseheads boys won Section 4 Class AA Championships last night at the Floyd L. Maines Veterans Memorial Arena. Both teams beat Elmira in the finals. The Class A Championship games are tonight at the Arena, with Vestal and Maine-Endwell girls playing at 6 and the boys teams from Union-Endicott and Johnson City playing at 7:45. We will have live updates from both games on the WEBO Facebook page and Twitter account. The Class B and C finals will be played tomorrow.

Thirty eight wrestlers from Section 4 are competing in the state championships this weekend in Albany. Preliminaries started this morning.

M-E Football program featured in ESPN’s 30 for 30

The Maine-Endwell football program will be the subject of a special 30 for 30 documentary on ESPN Thursday. “62: The Legendary streak of Maine-Endwell High,” will be aired at 10pm. A film crew under the direction of Emmy Award-winner Jonathan Hock was present for several of the team’s games this season and other program activities. Hock was commissioned by CEO of Legendary Pictures – and M-E alum – Thomas Tull.

Maine-Endwell Looking to Start Planning Committee

The Maine Endwell Central School District Board of Education is looking for community members to serve on a developing strategic planning committee. The board is looking for residents who are critical thinkers, collaborative, and enthusiastic about learning. The strategic planning committee will be used to review the district’s core values, set short term, mid-term, and long term goals, and create operational and investment strategies. Those interested should contact school district superintendent Jason Van Fossen by calling 754-1400, extension 2311.

Maine-Endwell Stadium Almost Ready

Progress is being made for the stadium renovations at Maine-Endwell High School. After three years of work, the project is almost done. On Monday, stadium lights were installed to get ready for the upcoming fall season of sports. The lighting project started last week with the installation of concrete bases for the light poles. The work will be finished in time for the football and track and field programs this fall.

Lockheed Martin Donates $150,000 to BOCES Program

Lockheed Martin has donated $150,000 to Broome-Tioga BOCES as they look to start a science, technology, engineering, and math, or STEM, hub. The STEM Hub of the Eastern Southern Tier will be created as part of BOCES’ School to Careers Partnership, which will fund the development of teaching and learning activities for teachers and students in the STEM fields. BOCES also hopes that the hub will generate more interest among students in the region in the science and math fields, while also being able to equip students with the necessary skills that businesses in the field desire. Lockheed Martin hopes that the funding will allow for the hub to succeed, and in doing so, create a pipeline of future employees for companies including the defense contractor. Broome-Tioga BOCES has fifteen component districts, including Owego-Apalachin, Newark Valley, and Tioga Center.