Gaelic Knights have sophomores, freshmen in key roles
As they do each fall, the Bishop Ludden football team has to play the numbers game in 2014 and hope that the guys that take the field for next Friday night’s season opener against Utica-Notre Dame are still going in mid-October, if not beyond.
Solvay hosts Marcellus, Westhill in first two weeks
Ending a long and frustrating losing streak was nice for the Solvay football team. Taking those small steps and turning them into giant leaps back toward prominence would be much nicer.
Football Bearcats host rivals Marcellus, Westhill in first two weeks
Solvay High School’s 2014 fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Gaelic Knights football opens against Utica-Notre Dame
Bishop Ludden Junior/Senior High School’s 2014 fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Football Wildcats to start Sept. 5 against Central Square
West Genesee High School’s 2014 fall sports varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Girls, boys soccer moves up to Class A, OHSL Freedom division
Marcellus High School’s 2014 fall sports varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Eagles football to open in Carrier Dome Sept. 7
Jordan-Elbridge High School’s 2014 fall sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Football Warriors to open at Carrier Dome Sept. 6
Westhill High School’s 2014 fall sports varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Roland, Rauch help Central team finish second
When the Empire State Games faded into history, members of the Basketball Coaches Association of New York did not want to leave a void in statewide summer competition. Thus, the Summer Hoops Festival was born, and from Aug. 1-3 many of the top basketball players in the state, representing nine different regional teams, made their way to Johnson City, near Binghamton, to vie for BACNY bragging rights.
Girls, boys tournaments celebrates game of lacrosse
Amid the usual crowded lineup of lacrosse tournaments that dot the summer landscape, there’s West Genesee’s annual two-day festival that honors the game and its spirit.
Westhill has new coach; West Genny must replace Howard
Summer is in full gear – but just a month from now, thoughts will turn to autumn, and to the latest edition of high school football in Central New York. It will do so with plenty of alterations from 2013, and each of the local sides, from Class AA to C, has faced some sort of change in the off-season.
Eden pitcher no-hits Bearcats in championship game
History, in the form of a first state championship, was right within the reach of the Solvay softball team as it took to the field at South Glens Falls' Moreau Recreation Center Saturday afternoon, one victory away from the biggest prize of all.
Marcellus senior also takes second in 800-meter run
Track and field athletes from four area high schools ventured one more time to Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium, taking part in this weekend’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship meet.
Senior-heavy Wildcats pull away, beat West Islip
What it came down to, for the West Genesee girls lacrosse team, was the simple idea that 17 seniors, bitterly disappointed a season ago, did not want to go through that disappointment again. And the Wildcats didn't have to, riding its hunger and determination all the way to the seventh state Class A championship in program history, attained Saturday afternoon at SUNY-Cortland with a convincing 15-10 victory over West Islip.
Gardner grand slam helps Bearcats avenge 2013 regional defeat
Plans are now underway for Solvay's softball team, who punched a ticket to the state Class B final four at Glens Falls in the sweetest way possible. Already with the Section III title in hand, the Bearcats sought payback in Friday's Class B regional final against Windsor (Section IV) Friday at Union-Endicott High School – and got it, with Jackie Gardner starring in the pitcher’s circle and at the plate to beat the Black Knights 6-3.