J-D sweeps Oswego; ESM falls to Central Square
The Fayetteville-Manlius cross country teams would run last Tuesday against a strong team from Baldwinsville, sweeping the Bees, though the boys race proved quite close, F-M needing a strong effort from its top four runners to hold off the state Class A no. 13-ranked Bees 23-33.
McGee, Truman help keep Black Knights winless
Where the Fayetteville-Manlius football team was a season ago was a place that Henninger, the reigning Section III Class AA champions, now finds quite familiar.
CBA atones for 2014 loss to Cougars
Mention the phrase "50-24" to the Christian Brothers Academy football team any time in the last 12 months, and watch the purple-clad Brothers turn red. That was the final score when Corcoran came to Alibrandi Stadium a season ago and routed the Brothers, setting the stage for a 2014 season that fell way below the program's high expectations.
Perry scores twice, again leads ESM to victory
Jeremy Perry had a bloody elbow from all of the turf burn he received, and ice on his left hand at the end of Friday night's football showdown between East Syracuse Minoa and Jamesville-DeWitt, a reflection of the hard work required by Perry and his teammates to retain the upper hand in his neighborhood rivalry.
Bates has 51 kills in Hornets' comeback
In boys volleyball, Fayetteville-Manlius would get its big test Thursday night, against unbeaten, defending Section III Division I champion Baldwinsville – and passed it in the most exciting manner possible, rallying from two sets down to stun the Bees in five.
Allstate Insurance agent John Spencer II, whose office is located at 6585 Kinne Road in Dewitt, has received the Agency Hands in the Community Award for his commitment to volunteering in the community. With this award came a $1000 grant from The Allstate Foundation for Little League Baseball Inc., where Spencer volunteers.
F-M sweeps to titles at season-opening VVS Invitational
Owners of eight national championships in the last nine years, and with most of its top lineup back for 2015, the Fayetteville-Manlius girls cross country team did not exactly need much help as the pursuit of a ninth national title got underway - but it did.
Red Rams top Fulton, improve mark to 2-0
Even before the month of September reached its midway point, the Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse Minoa football teams may have already established themselves as the Class A American division's top two sides.
Brothers beat RFA; Hornets fall to Vestal
Neither result that the Christian Brothers Academy and Fayetteville-Manlius football teams put up during the opening week of the 2015 season repeated themselves - and as a result, the Brothers and Hornets are both 1-1 going into the heart of Class AA division play.
Parker, Coyne both win twice for Red Rams
For a full year, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls swim team waited, knowing that an otherwise perfect 2014 season was ruined by a defeat at West Genesee. And when the two powers gathered again to open the 2015 campaign on Wednesday night, the Red Rams got its long-awaited victory against the Wildcats, claiming nine of the 12 races, including a relay sweep, and prevailing by a score of 99-83.
Short-handed Brothers hurt by Edwards' four first-hhlf TD's
Jake Zembiec showed up, in uniform and ready to go, for the highly-anticipated football showdown between Christian Brothers Academy and Rochester Aquinas Saturday night in the Kickoff Classic at the Carrier Dome. More importantly, Earnest Edwards arrived for the Little Irish - and the damage he did on offense, defense and special teams in the first half made the difference as the Brothers lost by a 33-20 margin.
F-M needs late TD after ESM erases 19-point deficit
They waited 15 years for Fayetteville-Manlius and East Syracuse Minoa to meet again on the football field. With any luck, there won’t be a similar wait for the next renewal.
Hornets hope familiar coach leads to quick recovery
What’s new is old, or what’s past is present. Whichever analogy or cliché is used, Fayetteville-Manlius football in 2015 will include new, fresh faces always associated with high school athletics – but a very familiar face will lead them.
Loss to eventual state champs provided lots of motivation for ESM
While there’s no shame in a season ended with a defeat to an eventual state champion, the East Syracuse Minoa football team found little solace with that fact.
CBA football hungry again after rare struggles in 2014
Attend a Christian Brothers Academy football game this season, and some things will look quite familiar – gold helmets, purple and white jerseys, high purple socks and black cleats.