Spartans win in regulation; Red Rams require OT surge
In a span of less than 48 hours, the Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse-Minoa girls soccer teams both notched big wins over Christian Brothers Academy.
Bees record high finishes, sweep league foes
This year marked the 63rd time that cross country runners made it to Baldwinsville for its annual late-September meet, which featured 44 boys and 34 girls sides.
Wins over West Genny, C. Square help cushion loss to Warriors
Injuries and inconsistency have caught up to the Baldwinsville boys soccer team – though it’s still something the reigning Section III Class AA champions can recover from with more than half the regular-season schedule remaining.
Skaneateles beats large field in Small School division
Thirty-eight girls cross country teams lined up for the Small School division race in the 63rd annual Baldwinsville Invitational last Saturday as two former state championship runners-up and an eighth-grade upstart from Cazenovia stole the show.
Neal wins girls race; Niebuhr tops boys at B'ville meet
Given that they are neighbors, it only figured that the Skaneateles and Jordan-Elbridge cross country teams opened their OHSL Liberty division schedules against each other last Wednesday afternoon.
Lakers absorb first defeat amid season's toughest stretch
When the Cazenovia field hockey team goes to Weedsport Tuesday afternoon for a first-place Onondaga High School League showdown, it culminates the Lakers’ toughest stretch of the regular season.
Chittenango takes defeats to Homer, Marcellus
All is now in place for the Cazenovia girls soccer team as, on Tuesday night, it welcomes Westhill to the Sean Googin Sports Complex in a game that would determine who would have the lead in the OHSL Liberty division midway through the regular season.
Solvay overwhelmed by Homer in 65-14 loss
Fast finishes are fun, but the Marcellus football team was getting tired of waiting to play its best after the halftime break. So the Mustangs set out, in Friday’s game against visiting Chittenango, to assert itself early – and it did, unleashing its big-play offense in a manner that the Bears could not handle and excelling on defense, on the way to a 45-0 shutout victory.
J-E struggles in home opener after 2-0 start
Not in many years had the Jordan-Elbridge football team found itself part of a home opener that carried this much importance.
C-NS rebounds from F-M loss; Warriors top B'ville
All that the Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse boys soccer teams was guaranteed was one head-to-head match-up, which the two neighbors and rivals would stage Friday night under the lights at the Gillette Road complex.
Lakers handle Syracuse, rally past Holland Patent
A busy September continued for the Sknaeateles girls swim team as it went through two more meets last week, winning them both to improve to 3-2 on the season.
Bees cannot match West Genesee victory over Hornets
By 12 days, the Baldwinsville girls tennis team missed its chance at the history books. Many different times, the Bees had come close to stopping the Fayetteville-Manlius win streak that, ultimately, stretched out to 21 seasons and 329 consecutive matches.
Girls sweep F-M, C-NS; boys roll through Syracuse, J-D
Each fall, the question around the Baldwinsville girls volleyball team is not about the victories, which accumulate with clockwork regularity, but whether anyone will pick a set off them in a particular best-of-five match.
Brothers stunned by Corcoran; Hornets fall to Henninger
That the Fayetteville-Manlius football team would struggle on Friday night, taking a 36-6 defeat to Henninger, wasn't a big surprise, since the Black Knights enjoy a no. 14 state Class AA ranking and are considered the favorites for the Section III title. What was surprising, though, was what happened a few miles down the road at Alibrandi Stadium.
Grimes holds off South Lewis, improves to 2-1
Someone was going to move to the top of the wide-open Class A American division when neighbors East Syracuse-Minoa and Jamesville-DeWitt met up for their annual showdown Friday night. And it was the host Spartans warming up to that task, using its ground game to pound away at the Red Rams from start to finish on its way to a 41-0 victory.
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