At just 16 years old, Fayetteville- Manlius High School junior Dana Moffat has accomplished more than many rowers at the collegiate level. Last summer, she barely missed the cut for USRowing’s Junior National team, a boat composed of the top eight best high school female rowers in the country. And she’s already won the women’s junior division at the C.R.A.S.H-B. World Indoor Rowing Championships – twice.
Red Rams advance to state Class A final four in Troy
Following his team’s 56-53 win over Averill Park Saturday night in the Class A regional championship game at SRC Arena, Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball coach Rob Siechen was a bit choked up. It wasn’t just because his team won. It was because the Red Rams battled through a hotly-contested game, led nearly all the way through, and still emerged victorious, earning just the second state final four berth in program history.
F-M's Quinlan, Broddus just miss reaching awards podium
From an injury one season ago that prevented an all-out pursuit for the biggest prize of the winter, CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt wrestler Ben Honis made quite an impression in his return to the state championship meet last weekend at Albany’s Times Union Center.
F-M's Avery, Millar each third in distance races
A string of top-10 finishes, including one runner-up effort, highlighted the work of the area’stop indoor track and field athletes during Saturday’s state championship meet at Cornell University’s Barton Hall.
Hot outside shooting by Gaelic Knights doom Red Rams
Exactly 374 days after having its 2012-13 season ended by Bishop Ludden in the playoffs, the Jamesville-Dewitt boys basketball team figured to have a strong chance to return the favor, only this time with higher stakes as the Section III Class A title was on the line.
Red Rams hold off Whitesboro, 47-38, in title game
Area and state polls have said all year that Jamesville-DeWitt was the team to beat in Section III Class A girls basketball. On Thursday night at the Carrier Dome, the No. 1 seed Red Rams proved it, beating No. 6 Whitesboro 47-38, giving J-D a third consecutive sectional championship.
C-NS topples top-seeded Hornets 69-63
This really was supposed to be the year where the Fayetteville-Manlius boys basketball team, shrugging off 59 years of struggles and frustrations, rose up and earned a Section III Class AA championship.
J-D tops Cortland, to face Bishop Ludden for Class A title
The Jamesville-DeWitt boys basketball team had no choice but to call a timeout. With just 1:45 ticked off the clock in Saturday's Section III Class A semifinal at SRC Arena, the top-seeded-Red Rams were losing, 7-0, to a Cortland team they had already beaten twice this season.
Red Rams to meet Whitesboro in sectional final at Dome
All season long, the no. 1 seed Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team has high expectations. After Saturday’s Section III Class A semifinal demolition of no. 4 seed Camden, 65-35, at Onondaga Community College's Allyn Hall, the Red Rams are one step closer to its goal of a sectional three-peat.
F-M, CBA/J-D wrestlers join Quinlan, Broddus, Honis in Albany
Pat Quinlan and Tristan Broddus ended the Fayetteville-Manlius wrestling team’s 40-year wait for a Section III title with their victories Feb. 15 in the Division I (large school) sectional tournament at SRC Arena.
Zesky, Avery, Liebmann, Schug, Brower among winners
Many of the area’s top indoor track and field teams are now practicing hard and gearing up for their trip to Cornell University’s Barton Hall for next Saturday’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship meet.
Brothers fall, 3-2, to Auburn on Orlando goal
A close game, a hostile setting, multiple overtimes – yes, the Section III Division II final for the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt ice hockey carried a very familiar ring to it. Except for the part of winning in the end, that is.
Girls lose at wire to Westhill; boys fall to Sherburne-Earlville
The task for Bishop Grimes’ girls basketball team was a large one – namely, avenge two regular-season defeats to no. 3 seed Westhill in Tuesday night's Class B quarterfinal. And the Cobras nearly pulled it off, rallying twice in the second half and getting a shot at forcing overtime, only to come up just short in a 43-41 defeat to the Warriors.
Last-second shot by Stroman goes off rim in 52-51 defeat
For a split-second, Monte Stroman’s shot hung on the rim, and with it hung the Christian Brothers Academy boys basketball team’s chances of knocking off defending champion Henninger in Tuesday night’s Section III Class AA quarterfinal.
Boys pull away from Fowler; girls handle Fulton
This year’s Section III Class A boys basketball playoff seedings left some people confused. Why was Jamesville-DeWitt the no. 1 seed rather than Bishop Ludden? There was some truth to the complaints. After all, the Gaelic Knights did defeat the Red Rams back in January. The seeding all came down to a formality of the tie-breaker, but no matter. A 75-49 drubbing of no. 8 seed Fowler served as a perfect example of how dangerous- and deserving of the top seed- this title-hungry J-D team is.