J-D, ESM earn victories; F-M takes pair of losses
Area girls lacrosse teams will take the field early next week with their seasons on the line as the Section III playoffs get underway.
F-M girls, boys win all six relay races
Carrying over what it did in the regular season, the Fayetteville-Manlius track and field teams easily turned back all challengers to repeat in Thursday's CNY Counties League American division championship meets at Central Square.
J-D dominates field events; ESM finishes third
A near-sweep of the field events keyed the Jamesville-DeWitt girls track and field team’s climb to the top in Tuesday’s Onondaga High School League Freedom division championship meet at Fulton.
CBA, ESM both closely follow Red Rams in team standings
Echoing what it had done during the regular season, the Jamesville-DeWitt boys track and field teams prevailed over the field in Tuesday’s Onondaga High School League Freedom division championship meets at Fulton.
CBA gets momentum for Class C sectionals
When the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team visited Christian Brothers Academy in Tuesday’s regular season finale, it represented a matchup of two Class C teams heading in opposite directions. Neither side altered its course in the Brothers’ 24-10 drubbing of the Lakers: Skaneateles lost its fourth in a row while CBA won its fourth in five tries to close out the regular season on a high note.
Lee beats Roney, Hair for top individual honors
Jamesville-DeWitt’s girls golf team just completed a regular season where no one in the Onondaga High School League could catch up to them. So it only figured that, when the OHSL Touranment took place Tuesday at nearby Woodcrest Golf Club, the Red Rams, led by its star trio of Jung-Hye Kim, Molly Hair and Victoria Roney, would prevail again.
F-M boys lacrosse finishes regular season undefeated
Plenty of happiness was seen - and heard - from the Fayetteville-Manlius boys lacrosse team after it defeated West Genesee 9-7 Tuesday night to complete an undefeated regular season and lock up the top seed in the Section III Class A playoffs.
Brothers' depth, all-around effort keys 14-7 win
Even by conquering reigning state Class A champion West Genesee on May 9, the Christian Brothers Academy girls lacrosse team had only accomplished half of its tall task of toppling both of the area's other main powers. The other half was gained Monday night, back home at Alibrandi Stadium, where the Brothers renewed acquaintances with Skaneateles and, once again, got the best of the Lakers, pulling away late for a 14-7 victory over the Lakers.
McClure brilliant in Hornets' 2-0 shutout of Northstars
Entering a challenging final week of the regular season, the Cicero-North Syracuse baseball team was still unblemished, at 14-0, but quite aware that its long streak could end at any time. That time arrived Monday afternoon, at Fayetteville-Manlius, where the state no. 2-ranked Northstars ran into Hornets left-hander Jack McClure and didn't get on the board in a 2-0 defeat.
Rams fall to Ludden; Brothers beaten by Homer
When it got off to a 12-1 start and rose as high as no. 2 in the state Class A rankings, expectations for the Jamesville-DeWitt baseball team soared in accordance. Those expectations are tempered after a pair of late-season league setbacks, starting May 2 with a 5-4 defeat to Homer and continuing with last Tuesday’s 9-1 loss to Bishop Ludden.
J-D roars past Fulton, Cortland; ESM struggles
Many different angles could be offered in regards to the Jamesville-DeWitt boys lacrosse team’s 10-9 defeat to Niskayuna on the night of May 4. Maybe it was an indicator that the Red Rams’ state title run might not be as smooth as originally imagined. Or perhaps J-D, while aiming to beat the Silver Warriors, could let go of the outcome knowing a possible rematch in the state finals would carry far more weight.
F-M senior leads Hornets to sweep of team titles
Dwarfing all the other developments in Friday’s weather-shortened Oneida Invitational, Fayetteville-Manlius boys track and field senior Nick Ryan broke the Section III record on his way to a victory in the 3,200-meter run.
Hornets, 15-0, set for West Genesee showdown
Almost like a movie script, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys lacrosse team’s two-decade quest to earn a Section III Class A title may hinge on conquering the one opponent most responsible for prolonging that drought.
Hornets go 3-1 for week, nearly set record against Oswego
All was in line for the Fayetteville-Manlius girls golf team to claim sole possession of the CNY Counties League regular-season championship. But Auburn had other ideas, as it defended its home turf at Owasco Country Club Friday afternoon and beat the Hornets 183-206, part of a three-way match where F-M did defeat Baldwinsville, who shot 218.
Defense comes through late in Brothers' 7-6 win
Much of the time, the Christian Brothers Academy girls lacrosse team leans on, and showcases, its high-powered attack. However, that had to change on Thursday night, when the Brothers went to Camillus to face unbeaten, defending state Class A champion West Genesee, always a difficult opponent against which to score goals.
- Stick check
- No titles this time around
- Five for the final four
- Oh, Brothers! And Rams, too
- A weekend of champions
- By the way, at the Dome...
- Girls hoops sectional finals recap
- Super sectional Sunday primer
- Girls go to the Dome
- Landmarks and breakthroughs