Skipworth slams home Bees’ win over West Genny

B'ville breaks early skid, rallies in fourth quarter

One inspired rally, and one spectacular play, may just be the turning point the Baldwinsville boys basketball team so badly needed. The Bees were staring at a third consecutive defeat to open the season when it went to West Genesee last Friday night and erased a nine-point deficit in the fourth quarter to beat the Wildcats 59-58.

WG boys stunned late by Baldwinsville

Fourth-quarter lead vanishes in loss to Bees

All was going smoothly for the West Genesee boys basketball team in the course of its game against Baldwinsville last Friday night – at least until the fourth quarter got underway.

Bagozzi bags 42 for boys hoops Bearcats

Ludden rips Marcellus; J-E rallies past Phoenix in OT

Blake Bagozzi may have never experienced anything close to the zone he entered during the Solvay boys basketball team’s game against Altmar-Parish-Williamstown on Dec. 19, and he might never go there again. But at least it happened once.

Caz girls hoops stopped by Bishop Grimes

Chittenango basketball sides each fall to Cortland

For the Cazenovia girls basketball team, it wasn’t a big secret to know that Bishop Grimes was emerging as a favorite in both the OHSL Liberty and the larger Section III Class B picture. Thus, the Lakers were fired up to face the state Class B no. 9-ranked Cobras last Friday night, and for a while in the first half, a big shocker seemed possible – but a fierce surge late in the second quarter ended up hurting Cazenovia beyond repair, leading to a 63-43 defeat.

B’ville girls basketball remains undefeated

Bees end eight-day break, conquer Corcoran

On the day after Christmas, the Baldwinsville girls basketball team hops on a plane and heads to Florida, and the shadow of the Magic Kingdom, set to test itself in a trio of games at the Disney Wide World Of Sports complex.

Girls hoops Lakers get even with Bishop Ludden

Kraetz, Lane, Foehl lead Skaneateles to 48-40 win

What a difference three weeks can make – or even less. The same Skaneateles girls basketball team that lost by double figures at Bishop Ludden in its season opener got even last Friday night in front of the home fans, using a big second-quarter surge, plus lots of tough defense, to beat the Gaelic Knights 48-40.

Ludden girls drop rematch with Skaneateles

Westhill stopped by Hannibal; J-E also takes loss

It’s fair to say that the Bishop Ludden girls basketball team liked dealing with Skaneateles the first time around. In a second head-to-head encounter in a span of less than three weeks, the Gaelic Knights went on the road to face the Lakers last Friday night and had a much different result, unable to overcome a first-half slump and taking a 48-40 defeat.

Grimes girls rip past Cazenovia, go to 5-0

J-D gets first win; CBA holds off Oswego

Maybe the Bishop Grimes girls basketball team needs to get tested in order to really bring out its best game. Faced with a close battle against visiting Cazenovia last Friday night, the Cobras put together a red-hot shooting display late in the first half and pulled away to beat the Lakers 63-43, all part of a busy evening of local games before the holidays.

B’ville hockey routs Mohawk Valley, 8-1

Bees run win streak to five, lead National Conference

When the Baldwinsville ice hockey team takes the ice Dec. 29 at Ithaca, it will attempt to complete a month where it defeated all six of its opponents and moved to the top of the standings in the Division I National Conference.

Hockey Lakers move to second in league

Cazenovia survives 3-2 battle with Oswego as Race scores twice

Though it sometimes isn’t pretty, and it always is stressful, the Cazenovia ice hockey team has shown that, at its best, it could threaten front-running New Hartford in the Division II National Conference race by the time the winter is over.

Hockey Wildcats pull away from F-M

WG takes 60 shots against Hornets; Procopio scores twice

A trio of non-league games against Saratoga, Canton and Pittsford that span the week where 2014 turns into 2015 will get the West Genesee ice hockey team to the midway point of its regular-season schedule.

Wildcat swimmers beat C-NS, Fulton

Long break precedes WG battle with Liverpool Jan. 6

A long holiday break, spanning more than two weeks, was a welcome sight for the West Genesee boys swim team following a busy December where it went 4-1, preparing itself for its return on Jan. 6 and a showdown with CNY Counties League front-runner Liverpool.

West Genny bowlers top Liverpool, B'ville

Weiskopff shines for boys Wildcats

A steady effort by the West Genesee bowling teams produced a sweep of last Tuesday’s match with Liverpool at Flamingo Bowl, beginning a successful week, especially for the boys Wildcats and its top performer, Steve Weiskopff.

Watchus has 300 game for bowling Bees

B'ville girls sweep past F-M, West Genesee

Throughout the early portion of the season, Baldwinsville boys bowler Tyler Watchus had put up big numbers, but one number – 300 – had somehow eluded his grasp.

Girls indoor track teams earn wins in opener

J-D, ESM, F-M all gain first-place finishes at SRC Arena

With the glow of the Fayetteville-Manlius cross country national-championship sweep still on everyone's mind, it was time for the girls indoor track and field season to get underway, and every local side had a reason to feel good at the end of Friday night's Jack Morse Kickoff Meet at SRC Arena.