High School Sports


Grimes boys basketball wins holiday tournament

Cobras push past Tully, Solvay for top prize

A 2-4 start, and wildly inconsistent play, had left the Bishop Grimes boys basketball team in a perilous spot as it made the short trip to Chittenango for a holiday tournament early this week. But the Cobras turned things around in the Bears' lair, roaring to the first-place trophy with solid wins over Class C and B foes.

Wrestling Mustangs romp past ITC, 64-9

Jordan-Elbridge takes loss to Chittenango

Before it went to SUNY-Oswego for this weekend's Kenneth Haines Memorial Tournament, the Marcellus wrestling team took care of one more bit of OHSL Liberty division business. The Mustangs, who sit in first place in the league standings, stayed there by romping past Syracuse's Institute of Technology Central 64-9 on Tuesday night.

Cazenovia wrestlers sweep Groton Duals

Chittenango routs Jordan-Elbridge, 47-18

In a one-sided manner, the Cazenovia wrestling team emerged from the Dec. 20 Groton Duals with a first-place finish, easily casting aside five different opponents on the way to the top of the standings.

Cloute reaches perfection for C-NS bowlers

300 game part of Northstars' sweep of Syracuse

Having seen his teammate, Nick Joss, nearly get to perfection earlier this month, Cicero-North Syracuse boys bowler Josh Cloute figured that he had a 300 game in him somewhere this winter. The magic moment arrived two days before Christmas, at Strike-N-Spare Lanes, where Cloute's career-best effort highlighted a 3-0 sweep over Syracuse.

CBA/J-D hockey rallies, tops Syracuse 3-2

Late goals by Alletzhauser, Durkin keep Brothers unbeaten

In different ways, and with different results, the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt ice hockey team continued to prove itself to anyone who may have doubted them. Following its 3-3 tie at Skaneateles on Dec. 17, the Brothers went out of league play and visited Meachem Rink Monday night, rallying from behind to defeat the Syracuse Cougars in a 3-2 thriller.

Skaneateles wrestlers pull away from ESM

Lakers record seven pins to stop Spartans 64-18

Having gone through a string of close meets within the OHSL Liberty division, the Skaneateles wrestling team almost had to feel relief when it visited East Syracuse-Minoa for a non-league battle on Monday afternoon - something it handled quite well, taking 12 of 15 bouts to roll past the Spartans 64-18.

J-D sends in final turf field plans

Discusses safety of materials used in installation

The Jamesville-DeWitt School District has approved and submitted to Albany final plans for approval on the $3.1 million capital project to update the district’s main athletics facility field, including the installation of a turf field.

Broddus, Qubasy win at Phoenix Round Robin

F-M duo shines; ESM's LeGro second at 160 pounds

A strong season-long effort by Fayetteville-Manlius wrester Tristan Broddus continued when he claimed the 152-pound championship during Saturday's Phoenix Round Robin – and this time around, teammate Muhammad-Mukhtar Qubasy joined him in the winner’s circle.

Liverpool wrestlers take second at Phoenix Duals

Nadeau, Ashkar, Nash, Carnie win for Warriors

All through December, the Liverpool wrestling team has made strong showings on the tournament circuit, and Saturday's Phoenix Round Robin proved no different.

F-M boys fall to Henninger, beat Newark

Hornets struggle in second half against unbeaten Black Knights

Given all the production that left with the likes of John Schurman and Louis Avellino, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys basketball team could not expect that it had all the components necessary to keep up with the top Class AA contenders – not yet, anyway.

Skipworth slams home Bees’ win over West Genny

B'ville breaks early skid, also defeats C-NS

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

Wildcats also see unbeaten Henninger pull away

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.