C-NS battles to wins over Syracuse, Central Square
A split of early-season non-league games could not, in any way, prepare Cicero-North Syracuse’s baseball team for the excitement once CNY Counties League play started.
Red-hot Northstars have won seven straight games
Perhaps it is time to state that the Cicero-North Syracuse boys lacrosse team has gone beyond the realm of good and could, perhaps, turn into something great.
Reader wins high jump, triple jump, long jump for boys Northstars
At the start of a tough slate of CNY Counties League meets, the Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool track and field teams had completely different results. While the Northstars dominated against Baldwinsville on Wednesday afternoon, the Warriors were swept by Fayetteville-Manlius, including a 94-47 decision in a hotly contested boys meet.
WG takes 12-11 defeat to Northstars at home
In the span of less than half an hour Tuesday night on the Wildcat Stadium turf in Camillus, the girls lacrosse season, especially in the Class A ranks, got a whole lot more interesting.
In two nights, in two aftermaths, in vivid images of victory and defeat, the wonder and pull of sports was bared right in front of us, personified by the Wisconsin Badgers.
Winter is finally over — thank goodness! It’s now time to concentrate on spring. This is the time of year I receive many calls regarding warm weather issues. I want to take this opportunity to address these issues and give town of Salina residents a few tips for weathering the transition to the warm months ahead.
If you stop at Northern Onondaga’s Cicero Library between 3 and 7 p.m. any Tuesday afternoon from May 26 through Sept. 8, you’ll find something very special: artisans, local food producers and locally based farmers selling their wares on the library’s spacious property.
With winter finally behind us, Central New York offers a variety of family-friendly ways to enjoy the spring and summer seasons with affordable community events and entertainment. Right here in our region, families can enjoy parks, museums, the local zoo, arts and entertainment and of course, the hallmark of the season — local, professional baseball.
Four-goal deficit erased; Havens scores game-winner with 4.0 seconds left
To most girls lacrosse teams in Central New York, the prospect of staying close to West Genesee, much less beating them, remains ridiculous and far-fetched - but not to Cicero-North Syracuse. Trailing the Wildcats by four goals late in Tuesday night's game in Camillus, the Northstars made it all the way back and won it, 12-11, when Hanna Haven pushed home the game-winning goal with just four seconds left.
New boss led Henninger to 2014 state AA semifinal
With the turmoil and questions that surrounded Joe Sindoni’s departure as Cicero-North Syracuse varsity football coach, it was imperative for the district to handle the hiring of his replacement well. And from the sense of what Dave Kline has accomplished, the Northstars may have nailed this.
The classic advertising campaign put it this way: “You don’t have to be Jewish to love Levy’s real Jewish rye.” And when it comes to food for the soul, you don’t have to be Jewish to love klezmer music.
Everyone knew that Breanna Stewart was special when she roamed the local courts and led Cicero-North Syracuse to four consecutive Section III Class AA girls basketball titles and, as a senior, helped the Northstars sweep the state and Federation championships.
Arctic Warriors place at regionals
More than 45 students and 15 mentors from Liverpool High School recently brought home a second place finish after the team competed in the FIRST Robotics Finger Lakes Regional at the Rochester Institute of Technology March 27 and 28.
Liverpool tunes up at Myrtle Beach; C-NS splits opening games
Depending on the timing of Easter and the adjacent school break, the Liverpool baseball team has, in years past, managed to take the field before making its annual pilgrimage to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, for a week of games and fine-tuning.
Warriors sweep tournament; C-NS handles West Genny
As was the case for so many others in Central New York, Liverpool’s softball team had to wait until the April school break, and a trip south to Myrtle Beach, South Carolina, to get underway.
Liverpool upended by unbeaten Westhill
From the time the Cicero-North Syracuse boys lacrosse team edged past Liverpool 10-9 on March 31, each side had handled their separate affairs in different manners, with the Northstars going 3-0 during the week of the school break.
Northstars hold off B'ville; Warriors top Auburn, ESM
In their own ways, the Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool girls lacrosse teams picked up a series of impressive victories during the school break.
Northstars second in boys, girls divisions behind Rush-Henrietta
Just before they could both enter the cauldron of the CNY Counties League, the Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool track and field teams first had to see each other during last Saturday’s season-opening C-NS Relays at Bragman Stadium.
The town of Cicero’s Parks and Recreation Department recently celebrated its 50th anniversary. Local elected officials, denizens of the CanTeen and parks employees past and present gathered at the American Legion April 2 for an emotional evening of proclamations, presentations and heartfelt memories of the town’s recreation programs.
Leanne Costello might be just a senior in high school, but she’s already making her mark on the world.