Westhill takes 17-game win streak into sectionals
During a three-game stretch in the last week of its regular season, the Westhill girls basketball team had a chance to further entrench itself as the side everyone will have to catch in the Section III Class B playoffs.
Wildcats win Senior Night battle with Liverpool
One single period of ice hockey was all it took to humble the West Genesee Wildcats – at least a little bit.
Ludden keeps rolling; J-E clinches playoff berth
At a rare crisis point, battered by injuries and knowing a large test loomed before the Section III Class B playoffs, the Westhill boys basketball team put its trust in Ryan Roland – and that, plus some well-timed defense, engineered quite a turnaround.
Girls Wildcats roar past Black Knights
All season long, the West Genesee boys basketball team has traveled within close range of greatness, only to get denied.
Solvay breaks long skid, beats ITC/Fowler
Steaming about a poor performance in a Jan. 28 defeat to Bishop Grimes, the Bishop Ludden girls basketball returned home last Monday and took it out on Solvay, rolling to a 72-26 victory over the Bearcats to open a week where it won three times.
Cougars' 2-1 week includes loss to Red Raiders
The Syracuse ice hockey team had long wrapped up the regular-season crown in the Division I National Conference and just wanted to maintain positive momentum with the Section III playoffs looming.
Donovan, Rice each have third-place finishes
A strong regular season, and an Onondaga High School League Liberty/Patriot title earned on Jan. 30, did little to help the Marcellus wrestling team when it ventured to Central Valley Academy for Saturday’s Section III Class B championship meet.
Girls Warriors rise to fourth-place finish
With a strong all-around effort, the Westhill-Bishop Ludden boys indoor track and field team earned the Section III Class B championship Friday night at SRC Arena, and other local teams had plenty of reason to feel proud, too.
Suspect arraigned in Camillus
Medical marijuana can now be obtained by registered patients at a newly opened dispensary in the Syracuse area. Medical marijuana company Etain's dispensary, located in a 3,000-square-foot building at 2104 Erie Boulevard, opened its doors for patients on Feb. 3.
Wildcats finish third behind C-NS, Liverpool
West Genesee’s girls indoor track and field team nearly claimed the runner-up spot during Wednesday night’s CNY Counties League National division championships at SRC Arena.
Event to support Samaritan Center
Elbridge native receives Purple Heart for service in World War I
Other local sides earn top finishes ahead of post-season
Amid a string of important league meets and before Section III titles are decided, area indoor track and field teams had another chance to compete on Sunday during the rescheduled John Arcaro Memorial Invitational, which was snowed out earlier in the month.
Movies, yoga and more at senior center
Mustangs edge Skaneateles after topping West Genesee
When the Marcellus wrestling team went to Onondaga High School for last Saturday’s OHSL Liberty/Patriot championship meet, it did so as one of the favorites – and with local bragging rights secured.
Warriors still hampered by injuries to several key players
Regardless of the circumstances each side found itself in, any boys basketball game that featured Bishop Ludden and Westhill on the same court was bound to draw some attention and feature some intense head-to-head battles.
West Genny routs Mohawk Valley ahead of showdown with B'ville
Key road games on consecutive Tuesday nights would mark the passage of the West Genesee and Syracuse ice hockey teams through the latter portions of the regular season.
Warriors run win streak to 13, rout Solvay, VVS
Having risen to no. 6 in the state Class B rankings, the Westhill girls basketball team is roaring into February intent on establishing itself as the undisputed favorite to repeat as Section III Class B champions – while passing a milestone or two along the way.
Gaelic Knights see Cobras avenge early-season defeat
All season long, the Bishop Ludden girls basketball team has gone through a series of tests, steeling itself for the challenges that will inevitably arise once the post-season gets underway.