Quarterfinal defeat to Camden follows first-round win over Copenhagen
The superb season enjoyed by the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt wrestling team would allow them to earn one of the 16 coveted spots in last Saturday’s Section III Dual Meet at Cicero-North Syracuse High School.
Cobras get key win over Eagles after first loss of season to SAS
Dealt its first small bit of adversity this winter, the Bishop Grimes boys basketball team responded the way a championship squad would do.
F-M unable to get on board against West Genesee
Feeling quite a bit of frustration of all the near-misses it has faced this winter, the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt ice hockey team wanted to turn that anger into some victories on the ice before it got too late.
Girls Hornets go 1-1 in pair of road games
A pair of important tests stood in front of the Fayetteville-Manlius girls basketball team as it attempted to build upon its 11-2 record and maintain, or improve, its no. 18 spot in the latest state Class AA rankings.
Spartans rout Phoenix; MPH surprises Port Byron
In advance of a big week of scheduled games against Bishop Ludden and Christian Brothers Academy, the Jamesville-DeWitt boys basketball team handled a pair of league tests, including one from its neighbors.
Adams-Woods scores 37 points to lead Gaelic Knights
Yes, the 13-0 record was nice. So was the no. 6 state Class A ranking and the consensus that it was the best side in Central New York. But the Christian Brothers Academy boys basketball team would not feel total satisfaction this winter until it had reversed the recent trend of the “Holy War” and started winning games over Bishop Ludden again.
CBA edged by Whitesboro again; Grimes wins at Skaneateles
For now, the Jamesville-DeWitt and Christian Brothers Academy girls basketball teams were done with each other, the Red Rams having won both regular-season meetings on Dec. 18 and Jan. 9, and the Brothers hoping one more encounter in the Section III Class A playoffs remained.
Red Rams still undefeated; F-M falls to Liverpool
With each meet, and each victory, the Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA boys swim team builds up its confidence, all of which will be required when the Red Rams have its showdown with Liverpool on Jan. 27.
Cobras' win streak ends at 12 against Atoms
By mid-January, the Bishop Grimes boys basketball team was one of just three unbeaten sides left in Section III, along with Christian Brothers Academy and Oriskany, and while the Brothers finally took a blemish against Bishop Ludden Saturday night, the question was just how long the Cobras could stay perfect.
CBA defeats Port Byron, Cato-Meridian
Once at 0-3, the East Syracuse Minoa girls volleyball team has completely turned things around, winning nine consecutive matches during a streak that stretches all the way back to early December.
F-M takes close losses to Liverpool, Auburn
Through the first half of the Section III ice hockey regular season, teams and schools had managed to avoid, for the most part, the need to reschedule games around winter weather, since little snow had fallen.
Boys Hornets take defeat to Auburn
The setback taken by the Fayetteville-Manlius girls basketball team at Cicero-North Syracuse on Jan. 8 meant that it would take a hit in the latest state Class AA rankings, falling five spots, from no. 13 to no. 18.
ESM gets into win column, defeats Chittenango
A strong run through December had displayed, to anyone paying attention, how good the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt wrestling team was, but a single victory on the first Wednesday of 2016 only reinforced that notion.
Hornets' distance runners pile up 1-2 finishes
Once more, the Fayetteville-Manlius indoor track and field teams found winning form as the calendar turned to 2016. With the transition from cross country complete, the Hornets went out in last Saturday’s George Constantino Memorial Invitational and swept the team titles in the morning session, earning 101.33 points on the girls side as Christian Brothers Academy, with 60 points, was just behind Skaneateles (62 points) for the runner-up spot.
Rematch follows December meeting with Red Rams on top
Whether at the conclusion of 2015 or the commencement of 2016, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team still finds itself a few steps ahead of Christian Brothers Academy in the battle for OHSL Freedom division and Section III Class A supremacy.