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Sports

What Makes a Game

Published: July 11, 2021
From seeing sports differently from the sidelines to the communities fostered through athletic participation, there are more important things than final scores and championship trophies.
The Syracuse Sports Association started as a kickball league and the sport remains the league's most popular attraction. Teams meet on four fields in Liverpool, New York, in the spring, summer and fall.
Sports

Creating a community through competition

Published: July 11, 2021

The Syracuse Sports Association claims to be the only sports and social club in Central New York, and from kickball to cornhole, the league brings together thousands of adult competitors.

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No longer the Stahrr of the show

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To play lacrosse at Syracuse, you have to be the best of the best. Bri Stahrr fit that description, but her almost permanent position on the bench gave her a new perspective on the game, and in life.

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Sports

The magic of Unified Sports

Published: July 11, 2021

Many make up the face of the Unified Sports program of Central New York and all have one goal, to spread a message of inclusivity.

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Community first, football second

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When Will Hunter decided he wanted to be his own boss, the Syracuse football alumnus and former NFL player turned to what he knew best: football. Hunter created a program to get kids started in sports but it turned out to be so much bigger than that.

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SPORTS
Photo collage from left of a man playing kickball, headshot of Bri Stahrr, group photo at a bowling alley and a boy playing football.
Sports

What Makes a Game

Published: July 11, 2021

From seeing sports differently from the sidelines to the communities fostered through athletic participation, there are more important things than final scores and championship trophies.

The Syracuse Sports Association started as a kickball league and the sport remains the league's most popular attraction. Teams meet on four fields in Liverpool, New York, in the spring, summer and fall.
Sports

Creating a community through competition

Published:

The Syracuse Sports Association claims to be the only sports and social club in Central New York, and from kickball to cornhole, the league brings together thousands of adult competitors.

Alternative Text
Sports

No longer the Stahrr of the show

Published:

To play lacrosse at Syracuse, you have to be the best of the best. Bri Stahrr fit that description, but her almost permanent position on the bench gave her a new perspective on the game, and in life.

Alternative Text
Sports

The magic of Unified Sports

Published:

Many make up the face of the Unified Sports program of Central New York and all have one goal, to spread a message of inclusivity.

Alternative Text
Sports

Community first, football second

Published:

When Will Hunter decided he wanted to be his own boss, the Syracuse football alumnus and former NFL player turned to what he knew best: football. Hunter created a program to get kids started in sports but it turned out to be so much bigger than that.