Warriors distribute points through runs, relays, field events
Whether it was distance running or field events, the Liverpool indoor track and field teams did all that was necessary to rise to the top again during last week’s John Arcaro Memorial Invitational at SRC Arena.
Northstars hold off F-M, West Genny in CNYCL meet
Plenty of goals, short-term and long-term, are in front of the Cicero-North Syracuse cheerleading squad in this new era where there is full recognition of the sport by the New York State Public High School Athletic Association.
Paige’s Butterfly Run asks schools, businesses to wear PJs to help kids with cancer
One of the perks of being sick as a child is getting to curl up on the couch in your pajamas for a day of rest and bad television. But when all you ever get to wear is pajamas and you live under a cloud of doubt about your future and your prognosis — like if you’re facing pediatric cancer — the idea of the simple wardrobe loses a lot of its luster. To support those kids at Upstate Golisano Children’s Hospital’s Dr. William J. Waters Center for Children’s Cancers and Blood Disorders, Paige’s Butterfly Run is asking community members to wear their pajamas in honor of the kids that have to do so.
The LibraryFarm at Northern Onondaga Public Library (NOPL) at Cicero is hosting the event “Make at the LibraryFarm: Hypertufa!” at 10 a.m. Saturday, Jan. 17, a DIY program for adults.
Northstars sweep relays in loss to Oswego
During the first full week of 2015, the Cicero-North Syracuse boys swim team competed twice, splitting those meets, but getting plenty of fine efforts in individual races and relays along the way.
Did you know that over half of all cervical cancer cases occur in women who have rarely or never been screened for the disease? In fact, 4,000 U.S. women die annually of cervical cancer. Screening can prevent cervical cancer or find it early when it’s easier to treat.
The village of North Syracuse’s board of trustees voted Jan. 8 to install wireless Internet in the community center on South Bay Road.
This week’s Liverpool High School Senior of the Week has always been active in the arts.
You may have read or heard “Jim Corl is leaving the legislature.” This has been one of my most difficult career decisions.
Several months ago, I was contacted by Marjorie Ladd Bloomer, a descendant of the many Ladds who settled in the Clay area. Her donation of a complete genealogy of the Ladds lead to this information.
Talk about a meltdown! Ty Cogan could give the Wicked Witch of the West a run for her money. At about 8:25 p.m. Friday, Dec. 19, Liverpool Police Officer Todd Creller, one of Onondaga County’s top traffic cops, stopped Cogan, an off-duty Syracuse policeman who lives in Liverpool. Cogan was drunk, according to Creller — “slobbering” drunk, the resultant police paperwork would say.
You’re making a pledge to get healthier this New Year. You found your sneakers and dusted off the treadmill you were using as a closet. Your yoga pants are no longer just a fashion choice — they are ready to do actual yoga. Now you’ve got to find the time in your day — 30 minutes minimum for heart health — to get physically active. The American Heart Association says there are plenty of easy, no-cost ways to do it.
About 50 people crowded into the Van Buren Town Hall to share their opinions on the proposed “Ash for Trash” waste management partnership between Onondaga and Cortland counties Jan. 6.
C-NS also gets wins over Central Square, West Genesee
With the preliminaries, and most of its tournament schedule, now behind them, the Cicero-North Syracuse girls basketball team was set to accept all the challengers from the CNY Counties League. And that included Liverpool, who hosted the Northstars last Saturday in the makeup of their snowed-out Dec. 10 game and could not keep up with the depth that C-NS displayed during a 68-29 victory.
Liverpool finishes second to Cortland at Central Square Duals
Liverpool’s wrestling team was all set for a showdown last Wednesday night against Baldwinsville, only to have the winter weather get in the way and force a postponement. A day later, Cicero-North Syracuse’s meet with West Genesee did get made up, and struggles in the middle and upper weight classes doomed the Northstars in a 43-35 defeat to the Wildcats.
Liverpool falls to Nottingham; C-NS splits pair of games
Yet another chapter in the rivalry between Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse will unfold this Sunday as part of the annual Zebra Classic at SRC Arena. Before then, though, the Warriors and Northstars had plenty of basketball to deal with, including Liverpool having its rematch with Nottingham last Friday and C-NS finally breaking its month-long victory drought.
Warriors, C-NS both have games snowed out
Weather caused all kinds of havoc to high school sports schedules in the first full week of 2015, and hockey teams from Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse were not immune.
Warriors stay unbeaten, atop CNYCL standings
When the Liverpool boys swim team routed Watertown 104-73 on Jan. 3, it only marked the beginning of a busy stretch where it would compete in three meets in a six-day span.
F-M prevails amid slimmed-down indoor track field
What was scheduled as a large-scale George Constantino Memorial Invitational Wednesday night at SRC Arena turned into a more intimate affair when dozens of boys indoor track and field teams had to cancel their appearance due to the extreme weather.
Russ Tarby shares memories of Bud Bennett.