Game In Upstate New York City Brakes a World Record

  • The world record for the longest continuous hockey game was set in Buffalo this week and raised $1.2 million for cancer research. The game was 11 DAYS long! The final score was 1,492 to 1,477. The game began at 9 p.m. on June 22nd and wrapped up at 8 a.m Monday. Called the 11 Day Power Play, it was founded by Mike Lesakowski, who lost his wife to cancer at the age of 35.  
  • A man with Cerebral Palsy is making his dream come true by working security at a baseball stadium. He was matched with the stadium through a local job-matching organization. The man went through all through all the steps including interviewing for the job and got it. So far it’s been a home run for all. 
  • A 19 year old who was filling his tired at a Stewart's shop won $1 million on a scratch off ticket!  Michael Lavarone picked up the $10 scratch off on a whim in Saratoga county. He’ll take the lump sum, which after taxes is Over $660-thousand: more than enough to cover his tuition at Skidmore College.
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