Sprint sweep, school records part of third-place finish
Christian Brothers Academy’s track and field teams took part in the Onondaga High School League Liberty division championship meet Wednesday night at Fulton, where it finished third in the girls meet with 84 points behind Skaneatles and Westhill-Bishop Ludden, and took fourth place on the boys side with 59 points.
Roland, Remillard lead effort; J-E's Gugel wins girls 1,500, 3,000
Three local track and field teams were part of Wednesday’s Onondaga High School League Liberty division championship meet at Fulton, but Westhill-Ludden enjoyed the most success. In the boys meet, Westhill-Ludden earned 96 points to edge Cazenovia (92 points) for the top spot, while the girls Warriors had 120 points to finish second behind Skaneateles (133 points) as Jordan-Elbridge, led by Abby Gugel, was fifth on the girls side.
Payne wins four events for girls Red Rams
Following up on their respective regular-season successes, East Syracuse Minoa and Jamesville-DeWitt both earned victories during last Tuesday’s Onondaga High School League Freedom division championships at Fulton.
Hornets win four of five divisions; Druger, Ma, Zhang sweep singles
Fresh off yet another undefeated regular season, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys tennis team took aim at claiming Section III Class A team and individual honors early this week – which it did. In the Class A team tournament at Syracuse University’s Skytop Courts, the Hornets won four of the five divisions, and reached the finals in the other, a near-sweep.
Dotterer, Cline-Frank win in respective divisions
Given their excellent regular-season marks, it only figured that the Jamesville-DeWitt and Christian Brothers Academy boys tennis teams would dominate most of the Section III Class B tournament at Utica’s Mott Courts.
Bonomo falls in playoff; CBA golfers come close
Every emotion, ranging from excitement to disappointment, was felt by the area’s girls golf teams during last Tuesday’s Section III championship tournament at Oneida’s Kanon Valley Country Club.
F-M sends a record five boats to the SRAA National Championship Regatta
The Fayetteville Manlius High School rowing program celebrated a historic trip to the New York State Scholastic Rowing Association’s Championship Regatta at Fish Creek on May 9 and 10. The F-M Hornets girls senior 2x (Dana Moffat and Jessika Coleman) won a gold medal and are the 2015 New York State Scholastic Champions.
Power display includes two home runs, six RBIs
What Webb Little started two weeks earlier, Sam Little finished – namely, a regular-season sweep by the Christian Brothers Academy baseball team over its neighbors from Jamesville-DeWitt.
CBA, J-D girls finish right behind Hornets
From all-around efforts in the pentathlon to exciting distance races, the Fayetteville-Manlius track and field teams were at the center of the main activity during last Friday’s Oneida Invitational.
Bishop Grimes earns pair of late victories
Jamesville-DeWitt’s softball team completed a regular-season sweep of East Syracuse Minoa last Wednesday afternoon, earning an 8-4 victory over the Spartans, and then 24 hours later the Red Rams finished off another sweep when Amanda Sumida threw a no-hitter and shut out Christian Brothers Academy 4-0.
CBA has no. 3 seed in Class A sectional tournament
Each of the area’s girls lacrosse team would get a weekend off before the gauntlet of the Section III playoffs start early this week. Christian Brothers Academy has the no. 3 seed in Class A, meaning that it has to beat no. 6 seed Liverpool in Tuesday’s opening round to get a shot at no. 2 seed Cicero-North Syracuse in Thursday’s semifinal at Chittenango.
J-D still unbeaten; MPH defeats Bishop Grimes
There turned out to be two area boys tennis teams that went through the regular season without a defeat – Fayetteville-Manlius and Jamesville-DeWitt.
Cobras, Spartans gain momentum as sectionals loom
In its only game last week, the Bishop Grimes baseball team started its push down the regular-season homestretch with a breakout effort at the plate in last Tuesday’s game against Altmar-Parish-Williamstown.
Fish goal in final seconds pushes Hornets past Lakers
In the course of a single week, the Fayetteville-Manlius boys lacrosse team went from a doomed side with little chance to make much noise to one that could drown out the rest of the field and still repeat as Section III Class A champions.
Brothers avenge regular-season defeat to J-D
When the Christian Brothers Academy girls golf team lost a high-profile, high-stakes match to Jamesville-DeWitt at Butternut Creek on May 7, it knew that a chance at payback was close at hand - and the Brothers would not waste that opportunity.