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Girls Lakers prevail at John DiMao Invitational

Cazenovia boys indoor track second to RFA

Multiple wins on the oval, highlighted by a clean sweep of the relays, helped push the Cazenovia girls indoor track team to victory during Tuesday night's John DiMao Memorial Invitational at Colgate University's Sanford Field House.

Boys hoops Hornets survive B'ville rally

F-M splits "Pink Out" games; girls fall to Liverpool

With a 19-point second-half advantage whittled down to four in Tuesday night's game against visiting Baldwinsville, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys basketball team faced the very real possibility that it would drop back-to-back home games for the first time in recent memory. But the Hornets, aided by the guard tandem of Jake Wittig and Nick Quilty-Koval, recovered in time to reclaim control in the fourth quarter and beat the Bees 68-61.

Girls hoops Warriors gain win at F-M

Liverpool plays for teammate amid family tragedy

This one was for Lexi. What the Liverpool girls basketball team accomplished in Tuesday night's 42-35 road victory at Fayetteville-Manlius was far more than just improve to 3-2 on the season. It also honored the memory of junior guard Lexi Tulowecki's mother, who passed away a day earlier.

Wrestling Lakers get road win at Chittenango

Skaneateles also gets title at Portville Invitational

Having swept through the Rebel Duals on Dec. 6, the Skaneateles wrestling team was eager to resume OHSL Liberty division action and atone for its season-opening defeat to Marcellus. The Lakers ventured to Chittenango last Thursday night, and despite some lost practice time due to winter weather, Skaneateles proved sharp enough once the bouts got underway and defeated the Bears by a score of 46-30.

Liverpool girls third at Norwich Tournament

Warriors get last-second win over Utica-Notre Dame

On the surface, a third-place finish, as the Liverpool girls basketball team attained during last weekend’s Norwich Tournament, didn’t seem that impressive. But the Warriors’ victory in Saturday's consolation game was quite good, as it went up against reigning state Class B champion Utica-Notre Dame and, with some big plays in the final seconds on both ends of the floor, knocked off the Jugglers 41-40.

C-NS boys take losses to Henninger, F-M

Northstars drop to 1-2 after opening win over Nottingham

What the Cicero-North Syracuse boys basketball team demonstrated, in beating Nottingham in its Dec. 6 opener, was that it still had the goods to win plenty of games, even with Connor Evans forced to the sidelines for the winter. But that didn’t mean the Northstars were free and clear, by any means.

Wrestling Warriors rout West Genesee

Liverpool gains fourth-place finish at Herkimer Invitational

Whether the matches were quick and one-sided, or long and tough, the Liverpool wrestling team had all the answers to the questions West Genesee provided.

C-NS boys bowlers edged by Auburn

Northstars sweep West Genny; Liverpool gets first win

Due to the big numbers posted by the likes of Nick Joss early this season, the Cicero-North Syracuse boys bowling team had risen to the top of the Onondaga High School League standings. But that lead only lasted until last Thursday’s match against Auburn at Falcon Bowl, where two 5-0 teams went at it and the Northstars could not quite keep up in a 2-1 defeat to the Maroons.

Liverpool hockey defeats C-NS in overtime

Warriors finish third at Ontario Bay Tournament

What the Liverpool ice hockey team taught Cicero-North Syracuse in last Monday night’s game at Lysander Arena is that the dynamic of a come-from-behind, overtime victory can work both ways. The Warriors, having seen the Northstars benefit from such a rally in the Nov. 21 Frozen Dome Classic against Baldwinsville, did close to the same thing in this game, only this time rallying from a two-goal deficit to prevail 5-4.

Ludden drops thriller to J-D; Westhill rolls

Gaelic Knights lead most of way in loss to Red Rams

Once, twice, three times, the shots went in the air in the waning seconds, and any one of them would mean that the Bishop Ludden boys basketball team would knock off Jamesville-DeWitt, just as it had done in last March’s Section III Class A final.

West Genny hockey has 1-2 week

Wildcats blank Fulton, fall to Scarsdale, Ithaca

With little time to fret following its defeat to Fairport in the Dec. 6 finals of the Wildcat Classic, the West Genesee ice hockey team intended to go back to its normal behavior of beating nearly everyone in its path, but that only worked for one game before the struggles returned in back-to-back weekend defeats.

Caz basketball swept by Skaneateles

Boys see Knupp score 36 points for visiting Lakers

On consecutive nights, each of Cazenovia’s basketball teams sought to get the best of their Laker counterparts from Skaneateles, but neither of them would find success.

Chittenango volleyball runs win streak to six

Bears topple Cortland, sweep APW as hoops teams struggle

One more week of strong play could push the Chittenango girls volleyball team to the top of the Onondaga High School League standings – unless the weather got in the way. It started last Monday night, when the Bears visited Cortland and, overcoming a shaky start, proceeded to defeat the Purple Tigers in four sets.

Laker wrestlers edged by Marcellus, 32-30

Chittenango falls to Skaneateles, is sixth at Herkimer meet

Just one mat win short of a key OHSL Liberty division victory, the Cazenovia wrestling team could not quite find it in last Thursday night’s visit to Marcellus, where it took a 32-30 defeat to the Mustangs.

Caz hockey beaten by first-place New Hartford

Lakers fall despite 37 saves from McCann

Activity for the Cazenovia ice hockey team was not affected too much by the winter storms, except for some missed practice time. In fact, by the time the Lakers took the ice at New Hartford Saturday afternoon, it had not played for more than a week, and with that refreshed outlook, Cazenovia did its best to upend the Division II National division leaders, only to fall to the Spartans by a 3-2 margin.

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