Brothers have large returning cast from 2014
Championship expectations surround the area’s high school girls lacrosse teams, especially at Christian Brothers Academy, where June trips to the state final four at SUNY-Cortland have turned routine.
Red Rams, Hornets both enter season as defending sectional champs
It was quite a way for the Jamesville-DeWitt and Fayetteville-Manlius boys lacrosse teams to cap off the first full week of regular-season action. The Hornets and Red Rams faced each other Thursday night, with F-M quickly erasing a big early deficit, only to get nipped at the end at J-D prevailed by a 9-8 margin.
Former Red Rams basketball coach said he was given no reason for firing
Three days after being told that he would no longer coach the Jamesville-DeWitt boys basketball team, Bob McKenney offered up his side of the story and said he was given no reason for his dismissal after a 19-year tenure that included five state championships.
Boys, girls lacrosse teams open next week
Christian Brothers Academy’s 2015 spring sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Boys lacrosse team looks to return to state Class B final
Jamesville-DeWitt High School’s 2015 spring sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Lacrosse starts pushed back by field issues
East Syracuse Minoa High School’s 2015 spring sports varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Hornets defend sectional Class A boys lacrosse title
Having reached the state Class A final a year ago, Fayetteville-Manlius begins its boys lacrosse season March 31 against Auburn and will face West Genesee April 7 and May 5. Here is the F-M varsity sports 2015 spring schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Superintendent says project is about $82,000 under budget so far
The Jamesville-DeWitt school district has approved the bids for the general construction and electrical phases of the $3.1 million capital project that will add a turf field and replace stadium lights to the main athletic facility at the high school.
Red Rams won five state Class A titles in McKenney's tenure
Bob McKenney, who coached Jamesville-DeWitt's boys basketball team to five state Class A championships and sent a steady stream of top players to Syracuse University and other destinations, will not return to the Red Rams for the 2015-16 season.
Turnovers doom J-D in 48-39 defeat to Williamsville South
Twelve months later, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team again stood at the brink of history, poised to grab the first state championship in the program’s history. And once more, despite an all-out effort, the Red Rams’ dreams were dashed at the final hurdle.
Red Rams rout unbeaten Albertus Magnus in state semifinal
For the most part, defense is the main reason the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team has strung together a run of Section III and regional Class A titles. So it's little surprise that defense was the main reason why the Red Rams have earned a second consecutive appearance in the state championship game.
District officials said no decision has been made regarding boys' basketball program
More than 200 Jamesville-DeWitt community residents, students and former players attended the March 16 meeting of the J-D Board of Education to show their support of Bob McKenney, the varsity boys' basketball coach who is reportedly being forced to leave his position. Mark Schulman, president of the board of education, made a statement in the beginning of the meeting, which was moved to the high school auditorium because of the expected large turnout, that the board would take comments from the public, but would not make any decisions regarding the boys' basketball program that night.
Albany-bound Cremo scores 39 against CBA
Ending a six-year Section III title drought was a task the Christian Brothers Academy boys basketball team could handle – but stopping a defending state champion sporting a 50-game win streak with a superstar having the most productive game of his high school career proved too much.
Penalties, late surge by Lakers leads to 4-3 defeat
A long, exhilarating odyssey that the CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt ice hockey team hoped would lead to a second state championship in three years ended on Saturday, and it came at the expense of an opponent it had spent the entire winter trying to subdue - but could not in their last and most important encounter.
Red Rams sweep Averill Park, Peru in regional round
Two wins this weekend at Hudson Valley Community College would earn the Jamesville-DeWitt girls basketball team a return ticket to Troy for a second consecutive crack at the state Class A final four - and it got both of them.