Skaneateles goes 2-2, falls to CBA, Cazenovia
Greeted by the best weather of the entire spring, the Skaneateles boys tennis team, returning from a 12-day respite mostly caused by rain and other weather-related postponement, wanted its results to match those fine conditions – but that didn’t always happen.
Lakers sweep Cazenovia, get swept by Phoenix
If it wanted to move up in the OHSL Liberty division, the Skaneateles baseball team knew that it would have to chase down Westhill at some point.
Skaenateles defeats Cazenovia, Solvay, APW
An important week of regular-season action awaited both of the Skaneateles golf teams, especially with the weather finally behaving on a consistent basis – and getting warmer, too.
Strong second half pushes Lakers past Wildcats 11-9
Just when West Genesee was reasserting its case as the best girls lacrosse team in Central New York, a visitor changed the argument on Saturday night. Skaneateles, concluding a demanding stretch against each of the Section III Class A favorites, saved its best work for the second half against the state Class A no. 1-ranked Wildcats, overcoming a three-goal deficit to prevail by an 11-9 margin.
Westhill-Ludden beats Solvay; J-E gets wins at CBA meet
Even the presence of Carly Benson and her talented teammates could not keep West Genesee’s girls track and field team from a 78-63 defeat to Liverpool last Wednesday afternoon at the Wildcats’ home track in Camillus.
Wildcats fall to C-NS, then beat B'ville, Liverpool, CBA
Only after it had won seven games in a row to start the 2015 season did the West Genesee baseball team finally take a blemish. It came at home, during last Monday’s game against Cicero-North Syracuse, where early chances to get in front were squandered, and the Northstars took advantage with a late surge at the plate to defeat the Wildcats 10-2.
Marcellus, WG join J-E at weekend meets
When it comes to neighborhood bragging rights in boys track and field, Solvay holds it over Westhill-Bishop Ludden – by the margin of a single point. The Bearcats beat the Warriors last Wednesday afternoon in a 71-70 thriller, with Solvay earning its margin by claiming four of six field events.
J-E has ups and downs; Ludden nearly upsets LaFayette
The Marcellus boys lacrosse team was not finding much rest, but was finding more success.
Warriors survive close battles with Phoenix, Bishop Grimes
In locations both grand and modest, the Westhill baseball team was able to stay undefeated and atop the OHSL Liberty division, despite all kinds of close calls.
Ridings wins twice, shuts down APW, J-E
With the spate of rainouts and other weather-related postponements finally behind them, the Cazenovia baseball team could focus on making its mark against a string of OHSL Liberty division foes in a short amount of time.
Caz plays first true home games of season
Finally, each of Cazenovia’s lacrosse teams got the opportunity to play on their true home field at the Sean Googin Sports Complex. For the girls Lakers, the return home was fortuitous, coming after a week where defeats to Skaneateles and Marcellus had caused a small tumble to no. 14 in the latest state Class C rankings.
Lakers resume after long break, stop Grimes, Skaneateles
Even with beautiful weather for most of last week, the Cazenovia boys tennis team stayed on the sideline, itching to get competitive again.
Caz scores 20 runs in wild win over Eagles
One big challenge for the Cazenovia softball team is the mere presence of two state-ranked powerhouses, Solvay and Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, within the OHSL Liberty division.
Moon wins three races as Chittenango splits with Mexico
Gorgeous spring weather last week was something that every high school athlete enjoyed, and the Cazenovia track and field teams particularly liked it.
Girls Lakers, Chittenango go through series of matches
The second Laker encounter between the boys golf teams from Cazenovia and Skaneateles did not turn out like the first one did. Unlike on April 20, when it was Cazenovia finishing on top by a big 213-242 margin, it was Skaneateles scraping through and prevailing by two shots, 212-214, on a sunny, cool Tuesday afternoon.
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