High School Sports


Kline named new C-NS football coach

New boss led Henninger to 2014 state AA semifinal

With the turmoil and questions that surrounded Joe Sindoni’s departure as Cicero-North Syracuse varsity football coach, it was imperative for the district to handle the hiring of his replacement well. And from the sense of what Dave Kline has accomplished, the Northstars may have nailed this.

Baseball Warriors, Northstars get underway

Liverpool tunes up at Myrtle Beach; C-NS splits opening games

Depending on the timing of Easter and the adjacent school break, the Liverpool baseball team has, in years past, managed to take the field before making its annual pilgrimage to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for a week of games and fine-tuning.

Liverpool softball starts strong at Myrtle Beach

Warriors sweep tournament; C-NS handles West Genny

As was the case for so many others in Central New York, Liverpool’s softball team had to wait until the April school break, and a trip south to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to get underway.

Boys lacrosse Northstars beat trio of foes

Liverpool upended by unbeaten Westhill

From the time the Cicero-North Syracuse boys lacrosse team edged past Liverpool 10-9 on March 31, each side had handled their separate affairs in different manners, with the Northstars going 3-0 during the week of the school break.

C-NS, Liverpool girls lax earn tough wins

Northstars hold off B'ville; Warriors top Auburn, ESM

In their own ways, the Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool girls lacrosse teams picked up a series of impressive victories during the school break.

Track teams open at C-NS Relays

Northstars second in boys, girls divisions behind Rush-Henrietta

Just before they could both enter the cauldron of the CNY Counties League, the Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool track and field teams first had to see each other during last Saturday’s season-opening C-NS Relays at Bragman Stadium.

CBA baseball falls to Syracuse in opener

J-D blanks Mexico; ESM starts with games in Virginia Beach

Credit the Christian Brothers Academy baseball team as the first of the local sides to play a game in Central New York this spring after a long, lingering winter delayed the start of the 2015 season.

J-D softball starts 2-1, falls to West Genny

Red Rams rebound with big wins over Chittenango, Mexico

In no way can the work inside a gymnasium replicate the conditions outside in the natural air, a reality that every softball and baseball team in Central New York knows from experience.

CBA girls lacrosse takes first defeats

J-D holds off ESM in local showdown

The depth and skill Christian Brothers Academy’s girls lacrosse team displayed when it rolled past J-D in its April 2 opener remained strong – at least until it went on the road.

Softball Bees go 2-2 at Myrtle Beach

No-hitter against Mercyhurst highlights week of work

Just like so many others, the Baldwinsville softball team had to travel a long way from Central New York in order to get things underway in 2015. But while the baseball Bees were at the Disney World complex in Florida, the softball Bees found itself in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, where it would get a full week of practice and games to prepare itself for CNY Counties League action.

B’ville boys take losses to Auburn, F-M

Bees are 2-2 in busy week capped by win over IHC

This was the busiest stretch of the Baldwinsville boys lacrosse team’s season – four games in six days, a chance to give all kinds of players a chance to stand out and to see what still needs to be worked on in the crowded regular season still to come.

B’ville girls lax goes 1-2, falls to C-NS

Gebhardt, Johnson both put up big offensive numbers

A 1-1 start to the season showed the Baldwinsville girls lacrosse team that it still had plenty of work to do, especially since the defeat came April 1 to defending state Class A champion West Genesee.

Baseball Bees start season at Disney complex

Opening wins provide encouragement for post-Blewett era

Just like the rest of the diamond scene, the Baldwinsville baseball team found it impossible to get on the fields during March, waiting for all of the snow to melt and the temperatures to warm up.

Boys lacrosse Lakers have 3-0 week

Skaneateles edges Tully, wins twice on road trip

What the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team took from its near-miss against defending Section III Class C champion Cazenovia on April 2 was that it had the capability to make any opponent worry.

Girls lax Wildcats rip Pittsford, move to 5-0

WG shines in rematch of epic 2014 state semifinal

At last, the West Genesee girls lacrosse team was heading home, having gone to several different fields that served as “home” venues” while the turf at Wildcat Stadium slowly improved and, finally, was deemed ready for play.