SYRACUSE (WSYR-TV) - Members of the Central New York media faced off in the Syracuse Crunch's annual Street Crunch Media Game this morning.
The teams played on Montgomery Street outside the War Memorial Arena.
NewsChannel 9 weekend morning anchor Farah Jadran and "Bridge Street" co-host TeNesha Murphy played on opposing teams, but made sure to share a photo with the Street Crunch trophy ultimately won by Farah's team.
The two teams led by local media captains were put together after a Street Crunch Draft held live on Twitter a few weeks ago. Crunch front office staff were also drafted on the teams.
The final score was 11-10.
The Syracuse Crunch's annual Summer Street Crunch series, presented by McDonald's, is a series of street hockey games open to all kids between the ages of five to 14.
Two teams compete against each other in hour-long games. Helmets, sticks and sneakers (no skates) are required. All games are held at 9 a.m. outside the War Memorial Arena on Montgomery Street.
The final game this season will be held on Saturday, Aug. 12.
To register call Mark Hayes at the Crunch office at (315) 473-4444, ext. 33. Players may also register online, here.
Ticket packages for the 2017-18 season are now available for purchase in person at the Crunch office located inside the War Memorial Arena or by calling (31) 473-4444.
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