Terakeet is hosting a golf tournament to raise money for the Syracuse City School District Saturday, June 6, at Foxfire Golf Course in Baldwinsville.
J-D, ESM also take part in weekend meets
On the first day of May, nearly 20 track and field sides made their way to Alibrandi Stadium for Christian Brothers Academy’s annual Brother Basilian Invitational.
Grimes also busy, wins four of five games
East Syracuse Minoa’s softball team had a wild week, starting with last Monday’s non-league game against West Genesee, where it saw a six-run lead melt away in a tough 10-9 defeat to the Wildcats.
League rivals go through tough gauntlet, too
Throughout the early portion of the spring, the Jamesville-DeWitt and Christian Brothers Academy softball teams had eyed each other’s results while the Red Rams rose to the top of the OHSL Freedom National division.
ESM earns win; F-M goes through 1-3 stretch
Things turned rough for the Bishop Grimes baseball team as it played a full week of games against tough OHSL Liberty division competition. The Cobras, who had beaten Bishop Ludden 6-2 in the Strike Out Lou Gehrig’s Disease Classic at NBT Bank Stadium on April 25, dropped the rematch with the Gaelic Knights 5-1 just two days later.
J-D wins three straight one-sided games
Back home after an impressive win over Fairport on April 25, the Jamesville-DeWitt boys lacrosse team resumed its rampage against any local foes that were in the way. And that included East Syracuse Minoa, whom the state Class B no. 4-ranked Red Rams beat 17-7 on April 14. The rematch last Saturday afternoon proved more lopsided, J-D prevailing by a 19-5 margin over the Spartans.
Red Rams fall to LaFayette; Spartans edge Tully
For the second time in April, the Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse Minoa girls lacrosse teams met up, and again the Red Rams finished on top. But this contest, a 10-9 decision on J-D’s home field, did not resemble the 9-5 decision the Rams earned against the Spartans back on April 9.
F-M maintains unbeaten mark with one-sided wins
Jamesville-DeWitt and Christian Brothers Academy had their boys tennis showdown last Monday afternoon, both of them entering the match unbeaten – but only the Red Rams staying that way, handling the Brothers 5-0.
F-M starts 3-1; J-D, CBA remain unbeaten
Though it had to wait longer than the other area girls golf teams to debut in 2015, Fayetteville-Manlius was ready for it, and not rusty. Under new head coach Tom Chaddock, the Hornets won last Monday’s opener against West Genesee at the Westvale Club, defeating the Wildcats 187-222.
Back-to-back wins follow early-week loss to Westhill
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. The Lakers would try to do so last Monday as part of the annual Strike Out Lou Gehrig’s Disease Classic at NBT Bank Stadium, and kept up with the Warriors for a while before a late surge pushed Westhill to prevail in an 8-3 decision.
CBA ace pitches nine innings, hits HR, scores winning run
Webb Little got the first encounter between the Christian Brothers Academy and Jamesville-DeWitt baseball teams since last spring's Section III Class A final underway on Thursday afternooon, throwing the game's first pitch. And when the last pitch was thrown, more than two hours and nine innings later, Little was walking home with the winning run.
Timely goals, strong defense key 11-8 victory
Just a few years ago, the Christian Brothers Academy and Skaneateles girls lacrosse teams were both in Class C, knowing that their inevitable post-season showdowns would send someone toward a possible state championship.
Christian Brothers Academy senior Jack Bellardini, the son of John and Beth Bellardini of Jamesville, will be attending Siena next fall and has signed a letter of intent to be a member of their golf team.
J-D beats Homer, goes 0-3 against weekend foes
The Christian Brothers Academy softball team’s penchant for high drama continued during last Monday’s game against Cortland, where one big blow helped the Brothers beat the Purple Tigers 9-6.
Poor start dooms Brothers in 11-7 defeat to Lakers
What the Christian Brothers Academy boys lacrosse team is quickly learning is that, in order to achieve its full potential against high-quality opposition, it must play a full game, or else. That was exactly the lesson from last Tuesday night’s 11-7 defeat to defending Section III Class C champion Cazenovia at Alibrandi Stadium, a contest where, for most of the night, the Brothers outscored the Lakers – but had to in order to make it interesting.