Red-hot Cougars keep WG from offensive touchdown
Throughout a tough September slate, the West Genesee football team got a good look at two different Section III Class AA title contenders, and could not do much against either of them. During Friday night's game against Corcoran, the Wildcats were held without an offensive touchdown, and it led to a 20-7 defeat to the Cougars and an overall record of 2-2.
J-E puts up season-best 56 points against Gaelic Knights
Thanks mainly to a career-best performance from Kyle Matousek, the Jordan-Elbridge football team showed that it could absorb a loss - and roar back to form. Matousek amassed 261 yards on 24 carries, scoring four touchdowns, and helped the Eagles romp past Bishop Ludden 56-14, keeping the Gaelic Knights winless in 2014 and improving its own record to 3-1.
Skipworth earns four TD's for state-ranked Bees
September ends with the Baldwinsville football team sporting a perfect 4-0 mark, a strong ground attack and a stronger defense - which put together, means it can make a legitimate championship push. The state Class AA no. 20-ranked Bees made it four in a row Friday night as part of Homecoming festivities at Pelcher-Arcaro Stadium, steadily pulling away from Fayetteville-Manlius in a 39-6 decision that featured another star turn from senior Cameron Skipworth.
Liverpool improves to 4-0, maintains 'Star Wars' Cup
Jaydakis Scott personally made sure that the Liverpool football team was not ceding local bragging rights to Cicero-North Syracuse - at least not in 2014, anyway. Scott's breathtaking effort - 309 yards on 26 carries, five touchdowns - helped the Warriors roll past the Northstars 39-12 Friday night at LHS Stadium and maintain possession of the "Star Wars" Cup for another 12 months.
Lakers get 4-2 win at Phoenix, hosts Cazenovia next
When the Skaneateles boys soccer team left the field Sept. 15 in the wake of a 4-0 shutout over Jordan-Elbridge, it was satisfied – but tired.
Madison County Commissioners of Elections Lynne M. Jones and Laura P. Costello have issued a reminder to county residents that anyone wishing to vote in the Nov. 4 general election must be registered by Oct. 10.
Join the Cazenovia Public Library at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 1, for the first event celebrating American Archives Month. To assist the public in creating and caring for their own personal archives, events will be held weekly throughout the month, starting with “History’s Mysteries 101: Where can I find what I’m looking for?”
Graduates of Cazenovia's Business and Management programs will now have formal path to earning MBA at Le Moyne's Madden School of Business
Le Moyne College President Linda LeMura and Cazenovia College President Mark Tierno formally signed a “4+1 partnership agreement” on Wednesday, Sept. 17, at a ceremony held at the Madden School of Business, located in Mitchell Hall at Le Moyne College. The agreement, a first between the two local colleges, provides Cazenovia students and graduates with a formal path to admission into the Master of Business Administration (MBA) Program at Le Moyne upon satisfactory completion of their baccalaureate programs at Cazenovia.
Cornell Cooperative Extension of Madison County and partners, including the NYS Center for Equine Business Development, are pleased to announce registration is now open for its first ever October Equine Series.
Skaneateles edges APW, routs Jordan-Elbridge
What the Skaneateles girls soccer team has discovered, hitting the midway point of its regular season, is that no opponent of any quality is going to make it easy for them.
Wildcats to clash with C-NS for first place
When the West Genesee girls swim team faces Cicero-North Syracuse next Wednesday afternoon, superiority in the CNY Counties League is at stake.
Bees beats Syracuse, falls short against West Genny
By splitting two meets in a 48-hour span, the Baldwinsville girls swim team would stay at the .500 mark, taking a 3-3 record into October.
Thorne wins twice for Northstars to join Murphy, Sovinsky
During much of the “Rivalry Week” activity involving varsity teams from Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool, the Northstars were getting the better of things, from the volleyball court to the soccer field. And that spread to the swimming pool, too.
Rosas nets lone goal; Haven injures knee late in game
While it was certain that the Cicero-North Syracuse girls soccer team gained a big victory when it topped Liverpool 1-0 in their lone regular-season encounter Thursday night at Archie Hall Stadium, it remained to be seen whether the win would prove costly.
Lakers get 7-0 shutouts over Cazenovia, Phoenix
Throughout the latter part of August, and all through September, the Skaneateles girls tennis team has remained in top form, with no one in the Onondaga High School League Liberty division able to keep up with them.
Bees claim two points in both singles, doubles matches
All season long, the Baldwinsville girls tennis team had looked for a signature win, nearly getting it twice in one-point defeats to long-time powerhouse Fayetteville-Manlius.
From 1 to 4 p.m. on Sunday, Sept. 28, the Friends of Lorenzo will once again host Community Day, a day celebrating the beginning of Autumn, a bountiful harvest and the relocation of Rippleton Schoolhouse to Lorenzo. This fun-filled tradition has become a staple in Cazenovia’s fall calendar since 2002.
The 2014-15 school year started two weeks ago not only with great excitement and enthusiasm from students and parents, but also with new initiatives and equipment in all three school buildings within the Cazenovia Central School District, the building principals told the board of education at its Sept. 15 meeting.
The “Buy Madison Program” is announcing a new event called “First Wednesday.” Every first Wednesday of the month a different local business will be in the spotlight. Demonstrations, samples, expanded hours, specials and more will be offered.
Her eponymous foundation celebrates 60 years
The Gifford name is familiar to most residents of Onondaga County — the Rosamond Gifford Zoo, the Gifford Lecture Series and many buildings, meeting rooms and classrooms owe their existence to the Rosamond Gifford Foundation. This November, the Gifford Foundation will be celebrating its 60th year, marking more than a half century of charitable support of the wider Syracuse area community. The name lives on, but the person of Rosamond Gifford is less widely known.