Eagles building upon 2014 run to sectional semifinals
Jordan-Elbridge’s football seniors can remember a time when their program was an afterthought. As freshmen, in 2012, they watched the Eagles go 1-7. But in a span of two years, thanks to the hard work put in by the players and a new staff led by head coach Tim Hawkins, everything turned around.
Badman, Rogers, Gedney lead group of Westhill returnees
Twelve months ago, with a new coach just hired, a new offense installed and new players coming into the program, the Westhill football team didn’t know where it was going.
Marcellus boasts deep roster, two proven quarterbacks
What the Marcellus football team would like in 2015 is a lot more of how last season began, and a lot less of how it ended. The Mustangs opened 2014 by winning four straight games, but then went 1-4 the rest of the way, including a 48-0 defeat to Oneida in the opening round of the Section III Class B playoffs.
Solvay football opens with Marcellus, Westhill
If one thing is absolutely true about the Solvay football team in 2015, it’s that it is tired of hearing about past glories, and wants to have some glory of its own.
Wildcats look to improve from first-round AA playoff exit
Prior to Indian River’s state Class A championship run last fall, West Genesee was the last football team from Section III to earn a state title, back in 2007. That success, along with a sectional crown in 2011, means that, if the calendar is correct, it’s time for the Wildcats to go to the top again, right?
Lee takes over as Gaelic Knights' quarterback in 2015
Few Section III football programs fight the numbers game like Bishop Ludden does. At a school with fewer than 200 students, male and female, putting together a full roster is difficult, and as head coach Mike Rogers will quickly point out, any injury is devastating since most of his players go both ways and spend the full 48 minutes on the field.
Wildcats start 1-1 in league matches, fall to C-NS Blue
It’s a heady time for West Genesee’s golfing family, from seeing alum John Clare compete in the United States Amateur to a current Wildcats team with championship dreams.
Warriors outscore Carthage, General Brown by combined 10-0
Bent on reclaiming the Section III Class B title it surrendered to Skaneateles a year ago, the Westhill boys soccer team was 2-0 before the calendar even turned to September.
Project enhances canal
Library shares information on online identity protection
Call the CNYSPCA at 454-4479 to find out more about adopting Cody the canine cutie!
CNY Elite Lacrosse Club snags third place in Scotland invitational
The CNY Elite Lacrosse Club earned third place in the U18 International Festival of Lacrosse at Edinburgh, Scotland, last month. But the 24 girls from the Cicero-North Syracuse, Baldwinsville, Liverpool and Jordan-Elbridge school districts have brought back more than just a bronze medal — they’ve returned with new friends and new memories, too.
Camillus police issue notice of lower speed limits
Inaugural event raises funds for low-cost legal services
Too often, people who can’t afford a lawyer don’t get their needs met in the legal system. Fortunately, there are resources out there that can help. In Syracuse, people below a certain income threshold who need an attorney for any reason, be it for a civil or a criminal matter, can turn to either the Frank H. Hiscock Legal Aid Society or the Volunteer Lawyers Project of Onondaga County.
Mustang teams return to OHSL Liberty division
Each of the Marcellus High School varsity sports teams returns to Class B for Section III and state competition this fall after most of them were in Class A during the 2014-15 school year.
Girls soccer Warriors defend sectional Class B title
Westhill High School’s 2015 fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Gaelic Knights open football season at Pulaski Sept. 4
Bishop Ludden Junior-Senior High School’s 2015 fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
West Genny grad unable to make it to match play
John Clare had to work long and hard to make it to the United States Amateur, the oldest national golf championship.
At the Aug. 10 meeting of Fayetteville Board of Trustees, a problem relating to mold was brought to the village board by tenants in an apartment complex located within the village. With the current village laws, there doesn’t seem to be much the village code inspector could do about the problem because he is only allowed to do exterior inspections on rental properties in the village when he receives a complaint.