by Rob Tetro
The Syracuse Shock has announced that it will not be playing its home games at G. Ray Bodley High School in Fulton this summer.
In a move that will allow its players to play closer to home, the Syracuse Shock will be playing its home games at Liverpool High School this season.
Following the conclusion of the 2012 season, offensive linemen Jamie Hantke, also known as 95X Radio Personality Big Smoothie, announced his retirement. However, shortly after his announcement, Hantke was named one of the Shock’s assistant coaches under head coach Ken Anderson.
However, Anderson recently resigned as head coach of the Syracuse Shock. Hantke quickly opted to do the same.
Currently, the Syracuse Shock is searching for a head coach for the 2013 season.
Former Syracuse University running back Robert Drummond has joined the Shock’s coaching staff. Though the entire coaching staff is yet to be completed, Drummond is considered a candidate to replace Anderson.
The Shock has home games against Glens Falls July 6, Watertown July 13, Plattsburgh Aug. 24 and Northeast Pennsylvania Sept. 14.
All games are scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.