Boys hoops Spartans start at SRC Arena against RFA Nov. 29
East Syracuse-Minoa High School’s 2014-15 winter sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Boys basketball Brothers open at Henninger Dec. 5
Christian Brothers Academy’s 2014-15 winter sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Late goals lead to 2-1 state Class A semifinal defeat
Mere minutes away from a berth in the state Class A championship game for the second time in three years, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls soccer team saw the whole thing fall apart - due in some way to the strong work of its opponent, but also due to a call that will sting for a long time to come.
East Hampton starts fast, stops J-D 3-0
For the second time in five years, the Jamesville-DeWitt boys soccer team had made it to the last weekend of the season, bound and determined to bring the program's first state championship home. But before it could really settle down in Saturday morning's state Class A semifinal at Middletown High School, East Hampton had seized the initiative, and would not let go.
Schultz, Fletcher win; Coyne second in four events
For the Jamesville-DeWitt girls swim team, the bad feelings that arose from surrendering the Section III Class B team championship to New Hartford quickly subsided – if they existed at all.
Cobras take second defeat to LaFayette/Fabius-Pompey
A magical season for the Bishop Grimes football team that started in the Carrier Dome two months earlier finished on that same Dome turf Sunday night. The first time it was there, the Cobras kicked off its 2014 campaign by beating New York Mills Sept. 7 in the Kickoff Classic. Now, it was vying for the first National Football Foundation championship, trying to avenge a regular-season defeat to LaFayette/Fabius-Pompey.
Late goal sends Shenendehowa past Hornets, 1-0
A mixture of sadness, resignation and anger gripped the Fayetteville-Manlius boys soccer team as the final seconds of Saturday’s Class AA regional final against Shenendehowa at Liverpool High School Stadium ticked down.
Boys blank Peru, 4-0; girls smash Massena, 8-0
Whether making the short jaunt to the Cortland area, or the much longer journey to the Hudson River valley city of Middletown, Jamesville-DeWitt soccer fans will be traveling plenty next weekend - and will feel glad to do so.
Millar beats Liverpool's Petrella for boys individual championship
Up in St. Lawrence County, at SUNY-Canton on Saturday morning, they settled the New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class A cross country championships – and like so many times before, Fayetteville-Manlius ruled across the board.
Coyne, CBA's Torell, Fletcher each win twice
Instead of repeating its sweep of the Section III championship meets that it enjoyed in 2013, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls swim team found itself upended at the Class B level by host New Hartford in Friday night's sectional meet.
Early turnovers too much to overcome in 40-6 defeat
Claiming the Section III Class A championship required the East Syracuse Minoa football team to make two massive comebacks. One was pulled off - but the other proved out of reach.
Win sends Red Rams to regional final agianst Peru
Not content with the Section III Class A championship it earned at the expense of Marcellus on Nov. 1 at SUNY-Cortland, the Jamesville-DeWitt boys soccer team wanted to find more success in the regional playoffs, too, and earn a trip to Middletown for the state final four.
The Villages of Manlius and Fayetteville will hold their annual “Ski and Skate Sale” from 10 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Nov. 15, in the Manlius Village Centre, located at One Arkie Albanese Ave., Manlius.
Stunning first-half surge leads to 6-0 victory
In recent post-season rounds, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls soccer team had made a habit out of scoring early goals. But the Red Rams took that practice to a new level during the first half of Tuesday night's Class A regional playoff game against Section II champion Scotia-Glenville at Fulton.
Tresness goal gives F-M 1-0 win over B'ville
Tysen Tresness had waited long enough. So had the rest of the Fayetteville-Manlius boys soccer team, who had gone nearly a decade without winning a Section III Class AA championship all by itself. And because Tresness wasn't patient at a critical juncture, the Hornets were able to beat Baldwinsville 1-0 and claim that outright sectional title Monday night at Liverpool High School Stadium.