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F-M football, Muench reunite for 2015 season

Hornets hope familiar coach leads to quick recovery

What’s new is old, or what’s past is present. Whichever analogy or cliché is used, Fayetteville-Manlius football in 2015 will include new, fresh faces always associated with high school athletics – but a very familiar face will lead them.

Spartans driven to make Class A title run

Loss to eventual state champs provided lots of motivation for ESM

While there’s no shame in a season ended with a defeat to an eventual state champion, the East Syracuse Minoa football team found little solace with that fact.

Brown takes over for ambitious Brothers

CBA football hungry again after rare struggles in 2014

Attend a Christian Brothers Academy football game this season, and some things will look quite familiar – gold helmets, purple and white jerseys, high purple socks and black cleats.

Red Rams look to rise again in 2015

J-D hopes depth can make up for key personnel losses

Everyone on the Jamesville-DeWitt football team had to grow up in a hurry during the 2014 season. Up against a brutal schedule, and employing a roster that included five sophomores and one freshman, the Red Rams did not win a game until October, and while it still sneaked into the Section III Class A playoff, a quick 35-13 exit at the hands of Whitesboro completed the 2-6 lesson.

Grimes football moves back to Class D

New coach, new faces provide challenges for Cobras

Perhaps the best thing that ever happened to the Bishop Grimes football program was stepping out of the Section III Class D fray after winning just one game in that league from 2011 to 2013.

F-M field hockey has 1-1 start

Hornets beat New Hartford, fall to Cazenovia

Very little changed with the Fayetteville-Manlius field hockey team following the 2014 season, with just four seniors graduating from a squad that went 9-8-1 and fell to eventual champion Cicero-North Syracuse in the Section III Class A semifinals.

Boys golf teams rack up early wins

F-M starts 3-0 in league; CBA, J-D, ESM each join them

As defending Section III Class AA champions, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys golf team carried its usual weight of high expectations into 2015, but had a bit of trouble at the outset before quickly finding its top form.

F-M announces fall sports schedule

Cross country girls, boys seek national championship again

Many stories fill the Fayetteville-Manlius fall sports season, from another national championship quest in cross country to the defense of a Section III Class AA title in boys soccer and the return of Paul Muench as varsity football coach, plus the return of junior varsity football. Here is the 2015 varsity sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

CBA releases fall sports schedule

Football opens against Aquinas at Carrier Dome Sept. 5

Christian Brothers Academy’s 2015 fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

Bishop Grimes releases fall sports schedule

Football Cobras return to Class D West ranks

Bishop Grimes Junior/Senior High School’s 2015 fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

J-D announces fall sports schedule

Boys, girls soccer Red Rams defend sectional titles

During the Jamesville-DeWitt High School fall sports season, both the boys and girls soccer teams are defending Section III Class A titles and look to return to the state final four. Here is the 2015 varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

ESM releases fall sports schedule

Football Spartans play neighbor F-M in Sept. 4 opener

East Syracuse Minoa High School’s 2015 fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.

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CBA’s Hamlin ’11 donates Ivy League championship ring to the school

Christian Brothers Academy graduate Tyler Hamblin ’11, who received his degree in sociology from Harvard University in May, recently donated his 2011 Ivy League Football Championship ring to the school.

Seniors honored as Section III Scholar-Athletes

Each of the area’s high schools was well-represented as their top performers on the field and in the classroom were honored June 8 during the Section III Scholar-Athlete Awards Dinner at Onondaga Community College’s SRC Arena.

Clonan takes over as ESM athletic director

On Tuesday, Bob Campese spent his last day at East Syracuse Minoa before stepping down from his post as athletic director and heading into retirement.

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