Bishop Grimes earns pair of late victories
Jamesville-DeWitt’s softball team completed a regular-season sweep of East Syracuse Minoa last Wednesday afternoon, earning an 8-4 victory over the Spartans, and then 24 hours later the Red Rams finished off another sweep when Amanda Sumida threw a no-hitter and shut out Christian Brothers Academy 4-0.
CBA has no. 3 seed in Class A sectional tournament
Each of the area’s girls lacrosse team would get a weekend off before the gauntlet of the Section III playoffs start early this week. Christian Brothers Academy has the no. 3 seed in Class A, meaning that it has to beat no. 6 seed Liverpool in Tuesday’s opening round to get a shot at no. 2 seed Cicero-North Syracuse in Thursday’s semifinal at Chittenango.
J-D still unbeaten; MPH defeats Bishop Grimes
There turned out to be two area boys tennis teams that went through the regular season without a defeat – Fayetteville-Manlius and Jamesville-DeWitt.
Cobras, Spartans gain momentum as sectionals loom
In its only game last week, the Bishop Grimes baseball team started its push down the regular-season homestretch with a breakout effort at the plate in last Tuesday’s game against Altmar-Parish-Williamstown.
Fish goal in final seconds pushes Hornets past Lakers
In the course of a single week, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys lacrosse team went from a doomed side with little chance to make much noise to one that could drown out the rest of the field and still repeat as Section III Class A champions.
Brothers avenge regular-season defeat to J-D
When the Christian Brothers Academy girls golf team lost a high-profile, high-stakes match to Jamesville-DeWitt at Butternut Creek on May 7, it knew that a chance at payback was close at hand - and the Brothers would not waste that opportunity.
Rivals to meet again this Thursday afternoon
With all the drama that accompanied the Christian Brothers Academy baseball team’s 5-4, nine-inning victory over Jamesville-DeWitt in their April 30 rematch of last year’s Section III Class A final, the next chapter, to take place on Thursday afternoon, already had eager anticipation.
F-M plays opponents tough, including state-ranked VVS
The Bishop Grimes baseball team is setting the pace in the OHSL Liberty National division, and every win it could gain would further tighten its grip on that top spot.
CBA unable to win rematch with Cazenovia
It’s the recent nature of Christian Brothers Academy’s boys lacrosse team to do something special (like beat Westhill and Homer in consecutive overtime games) and then trip up, as it did with a subsequent defeat to LaFayette on May 2.
J-D takes tough defeat; F-M struggles
Climbing back to the no. 2 state Class A ranking (right behind West Genesee), the Christian Brothers Academy girls lacrosse team began tuning up for the Section III playoffs.
Red Rams split close contests with Oswego
When the Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse Minoa softball teams collided on Wednesday afternoon, they did so having both turned back Christian Brothers Academy in close contests in the previous week.
Grimes also plays pair of one-run games.
Coming off a defeat to East Syracuse-Minoa last Monday afternoon, the Christian Brothers Academy softball team was in trouble again when it visited Oswego two days later. But like so many other times this season, the Brothers pulled off some late-game magic, making an improbable seventh-inning comeback to stun the Buccaneers 10-9.
Red Rams get big wins over Cazenovia, New Hartford
Jamesville-DeWitt’s boys tennis team nearly took its first defeat of the season at Cazenovia last Monday, needing to rescue a point in singles to squeak past the Lakers 3-2.
F-M boys, girls sides sweep past Central Square
With a perfect run through the CNY Counties League American division in the books, the Fayetteville-Manlius track and field teams could begin the work toward the post-season later this month.
Jones, Kim both shoot 32 for victorious Red Rams
Two undefeated girls golf powers setting the pace in the Onondaga High School League finally met head-to-head, and it did not disappoint. Jamesville-DeWitt, sporting an 8-0 record, hosted 8-0 Christian Brothers Academy at Butternut Creek on Thursday afternoon, and both sides put up tremendous individual performances – but the duo of Jung-Hye Kim and Alanna Jones helped the Red Rams inch in front and beat the Brothers 137-146.