Several colleges lined up for NFA football recruiting night on Dec. 10

Newburgh football coach Bill Bianco does a great job marketing his players by, among other things, sending out game tape to college coaches, developing contacts with different schools, driving players to camps and keeping his charges in line.

Of course, Bianco isn’t alone. That’s become part of the job description for Section 9 head and assistant coaches. That’s why Bianco and his trusted Newburgh staff have put together a special recruiting night for Section 9 and Section 1 football players and coaches. All local schools are welcome, Bianco said.

Here, again, are the details.

When: Dec. 10

Where: Newburgh Free Academy (201 Fullerton Avenue, Newburgh)

Time: 6:30-9 p.m.

Tentative high schools attending: Newburgh, Monroe-Woodbury, Kingston, Warwick, Middletown, Minisink Valley, Millbrook, Cornwall, Wallkill, Suffern, Spackenkill, Red Hook, Roosevelt, Rondout Valley, Roy C. Ketcham, Port Jervis, James I. O’Neill, John Jay-East Fishkill, Marlboro.

Tentative colleges and prep schools attending: East Coast Prep, Trinity-Pawling Prep, Alfred University, SUNY Brockport, Buffalo State, SUNY Cortland, Hartwick, Hobart, Ithaca College, Western New England College, SUNY Morrisville, SUNY Maritime, St. Lawrence University, Utica College, Susquehanna University, Springfield College, Salve Regina University, Farleigh-Dickinson University, WPI, Anna Maria College.

Bianco on the recruiting night: “My hope is this event becomes a great night for years to come for football in our area.”

For more information: Contact Bianco at

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