Spartans, Red Rams both get wins at large-scale meets
Right after East Syracuse Minoa hosted a girls invitational meet on April 17, it faced Chittenango in OHSL Freedom division competition and beat the Bears 87-47, just part of a full slate for the Spartans, Jamesville-DeWitt and CBA.
CBA, Grimes pick up important wins, too
Weather deteriorated again in Central New York, cutting back the schedule for local high school baseball teams. But Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse Minoa did manage to play through the tough conditions last Tuesday afternoon, with the Red Rams leaning again on its strong pitching, plus some timely hits, to beat the Spartans 5-1.
CBA earns more dramatic late victories
Accustomed to sitting atop the OHSL Freedom division, the Jamesville-DeWitt softball team knew that East Syracuse Minoa and CBA were chasing them, and had to keep on winning. In last Monday’s visit to Homer, the Red Rams steadily put things away with consistent run production during a 14-4 victory over the Trojans.
Girls lacrosse Brothers face Skaneateles, B'ville this week
By far, the biggest development in local high school girls lacrosse is Christian Brothers Academy moving up to Class A, which will profoundly effect the Section III playoffs on multiple fronts. Not only do Class B schools like Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse Minoa not have to worry about the Brothers in late May, powers like West Genesee and Cicero-North Syracuse will have to deal with them.
Ezidiegwu wins twice for girls Hornets; Millar takes Fleet Feet Mile
When it was time for the Fayetteville-Manlius track and field teams to enter their first large-scale meet of the spring, they did not disappoint. During Friday’s Chittenango Invitational, the Hornets nearly pulled off a sweep, edging Cicero-North Syracuse by a single point, 87 to 86, on the boys side and, in the girls meet, finishing a close second (131 points) to Rush-Henrietta (Section V), who won with 137 points.
During a ceremony held April 2, seven Fayetteville-Manlius High School seniors signed National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers in the fall at the collegiate level.
Hornets get much-needed win, halt Northstars' streak
The well-worn cliché of a season at the crossroads perfectly applied to the Fayetteville-Manlius boys lacrosse team as it hosted Cicero-North Syracuse on Tuesday night. Mired at 3-5, coming off back-to-back road losses at Auburn and Skaneateles where it had squandered second-half leads, the Hornets could either sink further and risk missing the Section III Class A playoffs, or rise up and prove that it would not easily let go of the crown.
Third-quarter lead fades as Shoults nets game-winner
Each spring, the Jamesville-DeWitt boys lacrosse team tries to test itself as much as possible against benchmark programs – and that includes an annual battle with West Genesee.
Brothers unable to hold leads in first half, OT
On so many levels, the girls lacrosse showdown between Christian Brothers Academy and West Genesee, which took place Saturday at Alibrandi Stadium, was compelling.
CBA's Schug helps her side to third-place team finish
With four victories between them, Natalie Marra and Mia Montgomery gave East Syracuse Minoa girls track and field partisans plenty to cheer about during last Friday’s ESM Invitational.
Hornets struggle late against Auburn, Skaneateles
Though the Fayetteville-Manlius boys lacrosse team thought it had survived its tough early schedule, the results of last week’s action indicated otherwise.
Hornets rip Liverpool; Red Rams dominate Fowler
At the outset of league competition, track and field teams from Fayetteville-Manlius and Jamesville-DeWitt rolled to easy victories. Having already beaten Auburn on April 8, the Hornets did the same in a showdown with Liverpool last Wednesday afternoon, including a boys meet where F-M doubled up the Warriors 94-47.
J-D blanks Mexico; ESM starts with games in Virginia Beach
Credit the Christian Brothers Academy baseball team as the first of the local sides to play a game in Central New York this spring after a long, lingering winter delayed the start of the 2015 season.
Red Rams rebound with big wins over Chittenango, Mexico
In no way can the work inside a gymnasium replicate the conditions outside in the natural air, a reality that every softball and baseball team in Central New York knows from experience.
J-D holds off ESM in local showdown
The depth and skill Christian Brothers Academy’s girls lacrosse team displayed when it rolled past J-D in its April 2 opener remained strong – at least until it went on the road.