Steve Bradley, Rochester D and C

Steve Bradley

Rochester D and C

Rochester, NY, United States

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Past articles by Steve:

In her own words: Pittsford lacrosse senior 'can't stop wondering what could have been'

The Pittsford senior was hoping to become "the player I had always looked up to" during her final season of high school lacrosse. → Read More

Bradley: 'It's time to dust off that finance degree and get a real job'

After 21 years and too many Friday night football scores to count, Steve Bradley is leaving the Democrat and Chronicle. → Read More

Bradley: How to coordinate a 'virtual' AGR special section from your dining room table

The Democrat and Chronicle has selected All-Greater Rochester teams since the 1960s but no previous section has presented the challenges this one did. → Read More

Here are 30 spots where you can still get a fish fry in Rochester area

The fish fry business is booming at some restaurants and community groups. Here are 30 Rochester-area places where you can order takeout during Lent. → Read More

In his own words: Baseball player shares thoughts on love for game, senior season in limbo

Hilton senior Jason Story writes that he willl be 'heartbroken' if he is unable to take the field with his baseball teammates this spring. → Read More

What's happening with the Press-Radio Club dinner this year?

Former Boston Red Sox slugger David Ortiz was scheduled to be the featured speaker in June and the club hopes to reschedule at a time he can attend. → Read More

High school softball team doesn't horse around taking game of virtual catch to next level

Trick-riding outfielder catches ball while standing on her horse as her team aces softball challenge → Read More

'Pavilion came alive' to celebrate girls basketball team 39 years after last Section V title

Pavilion hadn't won a Section V girls basketball title since 1981, but this year's team ended the drought and brought the community together. → Read More

American Hockey League, Rochester Americans won't resume play before May

The American Hockey League is also asking its teams to help facilitate the return of their players to their primary residences. → Read More

Boys basketball: Presale tickets available for East vs. Eastridge play-in game

East will play Eastridge at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Edison Tech. Ticket sales at the door will be limited. → Read More

State hockey: Webster Thomas looking to earn return trip to state semifinals

The Titans will look to use their blend of talent and experience to find success against Ogdensburg. → Read More

Johnny Antonelli's baseball career, by the numbers

Johnny Antonelli signed his first Major League Baseball contract in 1948 at the age of 18. He went on to win 126 games in his 12-year career. → Read More

Syracuse men's basketball won't play first-round NIT game in Rochester

A scheduling issue at Blue Cross Arena will prevent them from playing there. → Read More

Brighton's Grace Mattern, Pittsford's Rylan Hodgson win state Nordic skiing titles

Grace Mattern took an early lead while Rylan Hodgson made a late charge and both ended up being state champions. → Read More

Section V hockey playoffs: Seedings and schedule for Class A and Class B tournaments

Victor and Webster Thomas have earned the top seeds for Class A and B, respectively, in the Section V Hockey Tournament. → Read More

'Probably the best moment of my life:' High school basketball manager sinks buzzer-beater

Jack Murphy does 'all of the dirty work' as McQuaid's basketball manager. He made the most of his opportunity to play. → Read More

Webster Thomas senior Monique Hardy wins girls weight throw at Millrose Games

She broke her own state record and registered the second-best throw by a high school girl in the history of the event. → Read More

Hilton eighth-grader uses secret weapon to roll 300 game in varsity match

Matthew Carmestro, an eighth-grader from Hilton, bowled a 300 game on Thursday using a ball that he hadn't taken out of his bag since September. → Read More

Bob Bradley, retired teacher and founder of McQuaid Invitational cross country meet, dies

Bob Bradley taught English at McQuaid Jesuit for 46 years and founded the McQuaid Invitational, the nation's largest high school cross country meet. → Read More

Girls soccer: Spencerport advances to state Class A title game for third time in four years

Spencerport outlasted Pearl River in penalty kicks and will play for its third state title in four seasons. → Read More