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.
Boys Hornets claim first-place battle with Cougars
Another perfect run for the Fayetteville-Manlius track and field teams through the CNY Counties League American division is in the books. The Hornets secured it with Wednesday’s sweep of Corcoran, where it beat the Cougars 93-47 on the boys side and 101-40 on the girls side.
State-ranked Red Rams fall to Homer, too
East Syracuse-Minoa’s baseball team managed to emerge from back-to-back games with Jamesville-Dewitt and Christian Brothers Academy with a hard-fought split.
Lux becomes school's all-time leading scorer
Two of the oldest boys lacrosse programs in Central New York gathered on Saturday when Fayetteville-Manlius took on LaFayette, who had just picked up its 700th win earlier in the week. The Lancers more than proved its worth by scoring the most goals anyone has against the Hornets this spring, but much of that production came in the late going, and F-M did enough early to hang on and prevail by a 14-11 margin.
J-D, ESM both compete in Rome, New Hartford meets
As it does each May, the Christian Brothers Academy track and field teams brought in top athletes from across the area for the Brother Basilian Invitational at Alibrandi Stadium, and the home sides had plenty of reason to smile by the time it was all done.
Red Rams drop battle of state's top-ranked Class B teams
Exactly five weeks from now, there's a good chance that the Jamesville-DeWitt boys lacrosse team will find itself at St. John Fisher College in suburban Rochester, playing for a third state Class B title in four years. If so, Section II powerhouse Niskayuna may serve as the opponent, and judging by their encounter on Saturday night, it could prove quite special.
Hornets go 4-0, now have 223 straight wins
Now the Fayetteville-Manlius boys tennis team’s long win streak has zoomed past the 220-match mark, with no signs of it letting up anytime soon.
Rams edge Spartans, who complete sweep of CBA
Over the course of a week, the Jamesville-DeWitt, East Syracuse-Minoa and Christian Brothers Academy softball teams would face each other in a trio of league contests, the Spartans salvaging a split by the time it was done.
Spartans run streak to 11, meet CBA Tuesday
All sorts of happenings– some wonderful, some sad – percolated around the East Syracuse-Minoa girls lacrosse team, even as it extended its win streak and moved to the no. 15 spot in the state Class B rankings.
Red Rams also prevail over Homer in three-way meet
It just so happened that the Jamesville-DeWitt track and field team’s showdown with East Syracuse-Minoa took place far away from either school, as it was part of a three-way meet Wednesday afternoon at Homer.
Martin throws complete-game shutout in C-2 finals rematch
The big moment for Bishop Grimes’ baseball team arrived Tuesday afternoon as it went to face Fabius-Pompey, sporting a 10-0 record and state Class C top-10 ranking. And the Cobras were more than ready for the moment. Fueled by a desire for payback, and riding the strong pitching of ace Ryan Martin, Grimes shut out the Falcons 6-0.
Ryan, Brislin roll to victories in Fleet Feet Mile
What started with Nick Ryan and Katie Brislin spread to their teammates as Fayetteville-Manlius swept both sides of last Friday night’s Chittenango Invitational. In the girls meet, the Hornets had 128 points, nearly double the total of runner-up Liverpool (66 points), while the F-M boys got 107.5 points as, again, it was Liverpool (75 points) settling for the second spot.
Sturgeon finishes second in boys pentathlon
Jamesville-DeWitt’s track and field teams would both contend against large, elite fields as it went down Route 5 to compete in Friday’s Chittenango Invitational. In fact, they nearly matched each other in points – the girls getting 41 points, the boys 40.5 points – as they both managed fifth-place finishes, the girls Red Rams tying West Genesee with that mark and the J-D boys alone in that fifth spot.
CBA romps past Whitesboro, Cortland
Two girls lacrosse neighbors got together on Saturday as Fayetteville-Manlius hosted Jamesville-DeWitt, and it was the Hornets coming out on top by a score of 13-7.
Rams win league showdown over Brothers, 9-3
In many ways, the Christian Brothers Academy softball team did what it needed to in last Tuesday’s game at Jamesville-DeWitt, pounding out 10 hits against Red Rams pitching ace Kerri Keeler.
- 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