The 11th ranked Binghamton Bulldogs continue their dominance with a 130 - 105 win over the Ephrata Thunder. They look to keep it going against the Roc City Ravens on Saturday, November 2nd, beginning at 7:05 p.m at their new pound at St. Patrick's Church, 9 Leroy Street in Binghamton.

In case you didn't know, the Bulldogs like to give back to the community and here's an event that the youngsters won't want to miss. It's the Binghamton Bulldogs Veteran's Day Camp on Monday, November 11th.

It's a co-ed basketball camp for kids from the age of 6 to 17 years old. They are off from school for Veteran's Day and this will give them a chance to do something besides stay inside and play video games all day.

They can get in the gym and learn from the best in the ABA including All-Star guard Christopher Cartwright and Bulldogs starting guard Ralph Williams. It's being held at St. Thomas, 1 Aquinas Street in Binghamton from 9 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Go here to learn more about this camp and to register your child.

Don't forget to save the dates, April 15th to 25th. That's when they'll be hosting the National ABA Tournament and ABA-All Star game. The tournament brings the top 8 teams left in the county (the ABA version of the Final Four) and the Dawgs will compete for the 2019-20 ABA national title.

[via Binghamton Bulldogs]