WG to face 7-0 Henninger in sectional opening round
When the West Genesee football team left the field last Friday night at Liverpool on the wrong end of a 42-24 decision, it had some apprehension about what the future would bring. By the time they got back to Camillus, though, everything was happy, due to events elsewhere.
Warriors claim second OT decision over Lakers this season
Jayanna Monds perfectly timed her run in the waning moments of Saturday's wet, cold, windy girls soccer battle between Westhill and Cazenovia. Or she was offsides by several yards. The only thing that matters was that no whistle was blown and Monds, with just 10 seconds to play in overtime, put home the decisive goal as the state Class B no. 3-ranked Warriors edged past the state no. 8-ranked Lakers 3-2.
Eagles secure second place, hosts Thousand Island in first round
They had reason to point to 2014 as the year where Jordan-Elbridge’s football fortunes turned around and something big would happen. With a senior-heavy lineup and a stifling defense, the Eagles closed a 6-1 regular season by turning back Canastota 14-8 on Friday night and giving itself all kinds of momentum heading into next week's Section III Class C playoffs.
Solvay drops 36-20 decision to Chittenango
Even as the Marcellus football team was wrapping up a 5-2 regular season with a 62-7 destruction of Phoenix Friday night, its eyes were toward another contest that would determine its future itinerary.
Warriors overwhelmed by Trojans' ground game in second half
Having climbed further than anyone could have imagined at the start of this fall, the Westhill football team had a chance to offer a perfect ending to a perfect regular season by defeating Homer in Friday night's showdown for the Class B West regular-season championship.
Castro claims pair of close races; Wildcats sweep relays
Once again, the West Genesee girls swim team has a clear and distinct path to completing an undefeated regular season. Having not lost a head-to-head meet since 2009, the Wildcats got tested at home against Liverpool Thursday night, but a pair of close wins by Olivia Castro, plus a relay sweep, keyed a 93-87 victory over the Warriors.
McGuane leads Mustangs to win over J-D, Chittenango
Up against a new set of competitors, the Marcellus boys cross country team found a new degree of success – and earned the Onondaga High School League Freedom division championship.
WG will send Heyn, Joyce, Ginestro, Llanos to state qualifier
Just as in seasons past, West Genesee's girls tennis team chose not to take part in the Section III Class A team tournament - but that didn't mean the Wildcats would be absent from the other, more important tournament on the sectional docket.
Cerrone, McHale advance to doubles final
Whatever happened to the Marcellus girls tennis team in various Section III tournaments, it was already an historic season, since it included the program’s first regular-season league title in 25 years.
Wildcats swept by Liverpool; Benson third at Manhattan Invitational
When West Genesee’s cross country teams met up with Liverpool and Central Square in a three-way meet last Wednesday afternoon, the boys and girls results were both split - but that just started a tough an exciting stretch of the season.
Marcellus surges with four wins in six-day stretch
If any boys soccer team in the area has matched Westhill’s high standards, Marcellus has done so, even if it hasn’t quite happened on a regular basis.
Eagles' Gugel takes third in girls Varsity A race
Cross country runners from both Jordan-Elbridge and Westhill/Bishop Ludden took part in Saturday’s prestigious Manhattan Invitational, held in the Bronx at VanCortlandt Park.
West Genny ties F-M; Ludden makes late-season push
Now the question for the Marcellus girls soccer team was whether its impressive 3-0 romp over state Class B no. 8-ranked Cazenovia on Oct. 4 would lead to more positive results.
Ludden, Solvay each fall to 1-5 with defeats
Now it’s turned into a one-week season for the Jordan-Elbridge football team. Thanks to the Eagles’ 29-6 victory over Port Byron/Union Springs Friday night, the Eagles moved to 5-1 on the season and 3-1 in the Class C West division, tied for second place with Canastota.
WG gives up 42 first-half points to resurgent Brothers
Bad timing was evident for the West Genesee football team throughout its penultimate game of the 2014 regular season.