Cobras, still atop state Class C poll, have four straight shutouts
Even a 1-1 draw with Tully on Sept. 23, the first blemish it had taken this fall, did not keep the Bishop Grimes girls soccer team from staying atop the state Class C rankings.
Brothers fall to 2-3; F-M slump continues against Auburn
Whatever turmoil and struggles that the Christian Brothers Academy football team had faced so far in 2014 would feel more tolerable if it could muster a win against unbeaten Liverpool last Friday night at Alibrandi Stadium.
ESM takes surprising defeat to Oswego, 28-20
It took a month, and five games, before the Jamesville-DeWitt football team could savor a victory, something that Bishop Grimes was getting quite used to – and East Syracuse-Minoa was familiar with, too, until an unlikely foe intervened.
CBA drops tight battle to Liverpool
While sweeping through all of its Onondaga High School League opposition, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls swim team has paid close attention to West Genesee doing the same thing in the Onondaga High School League.
Red Rams hold off Homer 4-3, stop CBA 5-2
Through a busy fall and wading through a tough, deep OHSL Freedom American division, the Jamesville-DeWitt girls tennis team would never take a blemish.
Hornets were no. 1 every week since 2006
Something happened early this week that had not taken place since 2006. The Fayetteville-Manlius girls cross country team found itself outside the no. 1 spot in the state rankings, something it had held for eight years through its continual reign that included state and national championships.
Late-season wins avenge earlier defeats to Wildcats
Whether it was for a few weeks, or a few days, a pair of Fayetteville-Manlius teams - one in girls tennis, the other in boys golf - were both eager for another shot at West Genesee. And when they got that chance on the same Monday afternoon within a few hundred yards of each other in Camillus, both sets of Hornets pulled it off, providing a satisfactory conclusion to their respective regular seasons.
F-M stopped at B'ville, falls to 1-3 on season
Those were seven long days for the Christian Brothers Academy football team, with constant reminders of the 50 points Corcoran had scored on them Sept. 19 at Alibrandi Stadium, leaving a 1-2 mark and all kinds of questions of where this season was headed.
J-D runs into Carthage, falls to 0-4
Just as planned, the East Syracuse-Minoa football team has maneuvered its way to the top of the Class A American division, while Jamesville-DeWitt goes into October still in search of its first win in 2014. The Spartans went to Cortland Friday night and, propelled by a big first half, rolled past the Purple Tigers 40-12, while the Red Rams lost at home to defending Section III Class A champion Carthage 40-18.
On Sept. 13, the Fayetteville-Manlius and Christian Brothers Academy girls and boys JV and varsity soccer teams participated in their annual fundraiser, the “Red Out.” During the event, The FM girls varsity Soccer Team held a Have A Heart Bake Sale during the Varsity games at the FM Swan Pond and raised $300.
Hornets set season-best times on boys, girls side
They called Tuesday's cross country gathering at Baldwinsville the CNY Counties League Jubilee, and it sure turned into a celebration for Fayetteville-Manlius. Not only did the Hornets sweep to the boys and girls team titles, they did so posting the fastest speed ratings in the nation this fall.
Girls Hornets break skid with win over Camden
Aside from the winning, which is nice, it’s the way the Fayetteville-Manlius boys soccer team is claiming these victories that is grabbing a lot of attention.
Red Rams' rough week includes defeat to Fowler
Not since the 2013 Section III Class A championship game had the Christian Brothers Academy and Jamesville-DeWitt boys soccer teams squared off.
Spartans win in regulation; Red Rams require OT surge
In a span of less than 48 hours, the Jamesville-DeWitt and East Syracuse-Minoa girls soccer teams both notched big wins over Christian Brothers Academy.
Brothers stunned by Corcoran; Hornets fall to Henninger
That the Fayetteville-Manlius football team would struggle on Friday night, taking a 36-6 defeat to Henninger, wasn't a big surprise, since the Black Knights enjoy a no. 14 state Class AA ranking and are considered the favorites for the Section III title. What was surprising, though, was what happened a few miles down the road at Alibrandi Stadium.