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C-NS announces spring sports schedule

Lacrosse teams set to open late this week

Cicero-North Syracuse High School’s 2015 spring sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

Liverpool announces spring sports schedule

Softball Warriors try to follow run to 2014 state AA final

Liverpool will try and see its softball team repeat its run to last year’s state Class AA championship game as its season starts April 1 against Fayetteville-Manlius, weather and conditions permitting. Here is the 2015 spring sports varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

B’ville announces spring sports schedule

Wilcox takes over as varsity boys lacrosse coach

After the exciting run of Baldwinsville’s ice hockey team to the state championship game, attention turns to spring sports, where the stories include Matt Wilcox taking over as boys varsity lacrosse coach after Jerry Fiorini’s retirement. Here is the 2015 spring sports varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

Skaneateles announces spring sports schedule

Girls lacrosse Lakers defend state Class C title

On March 31, the Skaneateles girls lacrosse team begins the defense of its state Class C title when it hosts Webster Thomas, the start of a schedule that includes 10 road games and plenty of top-flight opponents such as West Genesee, CBA, Cicero-North Syracuse, Garden City and Manhasset. Here is the 2015 varsity sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

Steinhorst named new Cazenovia varsity football head coach

Jay Steinhorst, a longtime assistant coach with the Cazenovia Lakers varsity football team, Monday night was approved by the school board to become the new head coach.

McKenney officially out as J-D basketball coach

Red Rams won five state Class A titles in McKenney's tenure

Bob McKenney, who coached Jamesville-DeWitt's boys basketball team to five state Class A championships and sent a steady stream of top players to Syracuse University and other destinations, will not return to the Red Rams for the 2015-16 season.

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Cudney wins second national snowshoe championship, profiled in Sports Illustrated magazine

Cazenovia native Jeanette Cudney has done it again. Less than one month after winning the junior women’s 5K world championship title in snowshoe racing in Quebec, Canada, Cudney recently won her second consecutive U.S. national junior women’s snowshoe title at the 15th annual Dion Snowshoes United States National Snowshoe Championship in Eau Claire, Wis. Cudney’s domination of the junior’s women’s category in the sport of snowshoe racing during the past year has also landed her recognition in the latest issue of Sports Illustrated as an outstanding amateur athlete in the “Faces in the Crowd” section of the magazine.

Red Rams fall again in state Class A final

Turnovers doom J-D in 48-39 defeat to Williamsville South

Twelve months later, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team again stood at the brink of history, poised to grab the first state championship in the program’s history. And once more, despite an all-out effort, the Red Rams’ dreams were dashed at the final hurdle.

Westhill boys basketball repeats as state Class B champs

Third-quarter surge pushes Warriors past Woodlands

Once again on a March Saturday evening in Glens Falls Civic Center, the Westhill boys basketball team lay claim to a state Class B championship - and make no mistake, the whole team won this.

Westhill boys blaze back to state title game

Roland scores 38 as Warriors beat rochester Leadership Academy

Few opponents have pushed the Westhill boys basketball team in the dominant two-year run it has put together. And whenever it has happened, Jordan Roland and his colleagues have shown that they know how to answer.

J-D girls roar back to state Class A final

Red Rams rout unbeaten Albertus Magnus in state semifinal

For the most part, defense is the main reason the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team has strung together a run of Section III and regional Class A titles. So it's little surprise that defense was the main reason why the Red Rams have earned a second consecutive appearance in the state championship game.

Sindoni out as C-NS football coach

Northstars decide to make change at top after two seasons

An off-season full of coaching turnover in Section III football has spread to Cicero-North Syracuse, who again is searching for a new head coach. The district announced on Tuesday that it was not retaining Joe Sindoni, who had coached the Northstars in 2013 and 2014 and brought the program back to the sectional playoffs after a long absence.

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Fit for a village

Workouts B’ville picks up where Riverside Fitness left off

The former Riverside Fitness Center is now under new ownership, but customers are staying the course at the village gym, according to Workouts B’ville manager Jamie Miccuci.

LIVIN' IN LIVERPOOL: Rap video an artistic statement or a terrorist threat?

In February, after this year’s Sammy nominees were announced and he wasn’t on the list, local rapper Jamie "Powder Jay" Cheeseman posted a video on YouTube, a rap song called “Ill Wishes.” In that performance, Powder Jay railed against the Sammys judges and allegedly threatened to burn down the Palace Theater and physically attack Nowak. The “Ill Wishes” video included an image of a pipe bomb.

LHS Senior of the Week: Tyler Popp

Tyler Popp is making the most of his high school career.