Binghamton High School graduate Noah Farrelley had his life taken away when he was struck by a van while on a cross country training run while attending Stony Brook University this past December.  Farrelley was a gifted, standout runner for the Binghamton Patriots who went on to attend Stony Brook to compete for the Seawolves as a freshman.

His memory will live on as this Sunday, June 9, there will be a day of events organized and held in his honor at MacArthur Park on Binghamton's Southside.  There will be 5K and 10K runs as well as a kids run, a three-point shooting contest and many other youth activities.  It is all part of The Noah Farrelly Run & Southside Field Day.

Speaking on WNBF's First News on Tuesday morning Noah's parents and his coach at Binghamton High School David Cody joined Roger Neel to talk about this Sunday's events. For information about entering a race or other Sunday's activities go online to:

noahfarrellyrun.org