The Stallions were out and enjoying a Binghamton Devils hockey game. The Stallions were handing out schedules and meeting some new fans. It was a great night of hockey fun for the team.
Broome County Stallions News
Practice kicks off for the 2018 season
The Stallions opened up the 2018 season with the first practice of the year. It was a solid turnout for the first practice. It was good to see a lot of new faces and our veterans coming back hungrier than ever. 2018 is off to a promising start.
First team meeting of 2018
The Stallions had their first sign-ups and team meeting of 2018. Thank you to Irish Kevins for hosting us. It was a great turnout and we need many new Stallions to the herd.
Stallions night with the Rumble Ponies
The Stallions enjoyed a great night of baseball at the Rumble Ponies game. Rookie Jon Rigdon of the Stallions threw out the first pitch of the game. The Stallions along with their friends and family came out to enjoy some great baseball action and fireworks after the game.
Stallions help out with Windsor Youth Football
The Stallions were in Windsor to help out with the youth football camp. The Stallions were glad to give back to the community as part of Southern Tier Selflessness campaign See more of the story here
Stallions fundraiser dinner a huge success
The Stallions hosted a fundraiser dinner on Friday. Many fans and friends stopped in for some great food. The Stallions served up chicken and rib dinners from Smokin’ Bones BBQ. Broome County Executive Jason Garnar stopped in to talk to the team as well. Coach Polhamus was able to talk about the team as well…. Read More
Stallions gearing up for week 1
WBNG stopped by the Stallion’s practice field to talk to Coach Polhamus about the team and the upcoming season. Watch the video here
Stallions helping in the Community
The BC Stallions volunteered throughout the week of May 16-21 with the St. John Elementary School’s playground build. This was a huge community accomplishment and the Stallions were glad to be a part of the effort. The Stallions helped out whenever and wherever they could. It’s a great feeling to give back to the community.
Stallions beat Troy
Stallions move to Broome County