Red Rams finish close second to Liverpool
At just the right moment, things pieced together and the Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA boys swim team made a serious run at the Section III Class A championship Friday at Nottingham High School. However, that drive fell a few placements short as, again, Liverpool took the title, earning 381 points to the Red Rams' 370.5, while Watertown was close behind in third place, earning 363 points.
Hornets sweep distance races; boys finish fourth
Just as it has done so many times before, the Fayetteville-Manlius girls indoor track and field team played to its overwhelming strengths - and the result was a championship.
Boys Red Rams rally past ESM for top spot
What wasn't in question during Wednesday night's Section III Class A indoor track and field championship meet at SRC Arena was that Jamesville-DeWitt was going to bring home a title. What was in doubt was whether the Red Rams would get one title - or two.
Griffin, Bauer, Wright, Guindy go 4-0 in finals
Since their combined enrollments added up to large-school territory, the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt wrestling team found itself joining Fayetteville-Manlius as they both went to Liverpool High School for last Saturday’s Section III Class AA championship meet.
CBA goes 2-1, falls to Bishop Kearney
Everyone within the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball program understands the task at hand. First, there’s the matter of claiming another Section III Class A title as those playoffs get underway late this week. Then, if successful there, it’s on to the more elusive goal of a state championship, which the Red Rams got within a single victory of attaining each of the last two seasons.
J-D takes losses on back-to-back nights
Before it closed the regular season with yet another attempt to alter the course of its “Holy War” rivalry with Bishop Ludden, the Christian Brothers Academy boys basketball team first had to get through some other OHSL Freedom division foes – which it did.
Boys Cobras undone by Warriors' second-quarter surge
A memorable last weekend of the high school basketball regular season would see each of the Bishop Grimes teams take the measure of Westhill – and come up short.
Girls Hornets take overtime loss to B'ville
Though it took nearly the entire regular season, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys basketball team did find its way into the Section III Class AA playoffs.
Brothers shut out by Skaneateles, Auburn
So much can change in a single season. Just ask the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt ice hockey team.
ESM, CBA, MPH all eliminated in quarterfinal round
A winter’s worth of work now boiled down to how girls volleyball teams from East Syracuse Minoa, Christian Brothers Academy and Manlius-Pebble Hill would fare in their respective Section III playoffs.
Girls side runner-up to Cazenovia by half-point
A terrific indication of how quickly the Christian Brothers Academy indoor track and field program has risen to prominence was the way they performed Friday night in the Section III Class B championship meet at SRC Arena - and it nearly turned into much more.
Ezidegwu, Geehrer both win twice for F-M boys
Before it could go after the other main powers in Section III Class AA indoor track and field, Fayetteville-Manlus first had to handle the business of winning Wednesday night’s CNY Counties League American division championship meet at SRC Arena.
Payne wins three events, leads Red Rams to victory
Though pushed by plenty of challengers, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls indoor track and field team claimed the top spot in Wednesday night’s Onondaga High School League Division 1 championships at SRC Arena, and the Red Rams nearly won on the boys side, too.
Right in the middle of a stretch where it would play three times in four nights, the Liverpool ice hockey team would pay a visit to Meachem Rink and measure itself against the 13-1-1, state Division I no. 4-ranked Syracuse Cougars.
J-D continues stay atop state Class A rankings
Still possessing the top spot in the state Class A rankings, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team tested itself again by venturing to New York City – or, more specifically, the Bronx – for the Mecca Tournament.