C-NS defeats West Genesee to lock up CNYCL title
Though a couple of weeks remain in the regular season, it’s all settled for the Cicero-North Syracuse girls swim team, as least when it comes to owning the CNY Counties League regular-season championship.
Warriors recover from 5-0 defeat to Cazenovia
Neither of the two regular-season games between the Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse field hockey team this fall ended in regulation. And in fact, there wasn’t even a resolution to Wednesday night’s clash at LHS Stadium, where the Warriors again surrendered a second-half lead and, on this occasion, were unable to reclaim the advantage, settling for a 1-1 tie with the Northstars.
C-NS Blue finishes two shots behind West Genny
When the golfers participating in Wednesday's Section III Class AA tournament at East Syracuse's Arrowhead Golf Club started returning to the clubhouse at the completion of their rounds, Cicero-North Syracuse Blue's Pat O'Donnell posted one of the first scores - and no one would beat it.
Goal late in second OT allows Liverpool to get even
In their own unique ways, the Liverpool and Baldwinsville girls soccer teams left Tuesday night's showdown equally surprised by the 2-2 outcome. For the Warriors, who were in a defensive mode most of the game, a draw was welcome - but the Bees exited LHS Stadium frustrated that a come-from-behind victory was snatched away in the most unlikely manner.
C-NS cross country unable to keep up with F-M
Though not in the state Class A rankings, the Liverpool girls cross country team has enough quality to it that it can match, or top, just about any opponent in the CNY Counties League. The Warriors proved this by turning back Baldwinsville 23-32 in last Wednesday’s neighborhood showdown at Longbranch Park, part of a three-way meet where Liverpool also swept Syracuse West 15-49 and easily won both of the boys races.
Liverpool gets tough OT victory over Proctor
Through seven games, the Liverpool boys soccer team managed to turn back all kinds of challenges and win seven times, rising as high as no. 5 in the state Class AA rankings along the way.
Liverpool to meet B'ville in Tuesday showdown
Remaining a very busy unit, the Liverpool girls soccer team would test itself plenty in advance of Tuesday night’s rematch with Baldwinsville, who m it los to, 1-0, the first time they had met on Sept. 18.
Warriors beat RFA; C-NS gains split, beats Weedsport
Through seven games, the Liverpool field hockey team had remained undefeated, rising to the top of the CNY Counties League and emerging as the favorite for Section III Class A honors, too.
Northstars get nice balance from run, pass in 50-19 win
Dave Kline coached his football team to another win on the turf at Henninger High School’s Sunnycrest Field – only it wasn’t with the side wearing black and gold. Instead, Kline was on the opposite sideline, watching his new charges at Cicero-North Syracuse defeat the Black Knights 50-19 Friday night to move back above the .500 mark (3-2, 2-1 league) and keep alive its chances for a Class AA-2 division regular-season title.
Short-handed defense struggles in second half
In one evening – really, in just one half of football – Liverpool went from the prohibitive Section III Class AA favorite to someone who may have to prove itself all over again. That was the effect of the Warriors’ 28-17 defeat to Christian Brothers Academy Friday night in a jam-packed LHS Stadium. Up by a field goal at halftime, Liverpool suddenly found itself short-handed on defense, and the Brothers, pounding away with a deep, versatile ground game, took full advantage.
Hoke earns 10 kills replacing injured Kegebein
One mark common among great teams is the ability to withstand injuries or personnel changes and continue to flourish. Cicero-North Syracuse’s boys volleyball side offers a good example. Having seen a key front-line player go down to injury right before Tuesday night’s clash with Baldwinsville, the Northstars simply plugged in a new piece and still swept the Bees in three sets.
The village business district is due for a refreshing bit of beautifying. Liverpool American Legion Post 188 Commander Ken Palmer appeared at last week’s village board meeting to share the post’s plans to commission murals to be painted on the sides of its building at 205 Cypress St.
State AA no. 5-ranked Warriors take first loss of season
It took half the regular season, but someone finally topped the Liverpool boys soccer team – and it was the rivals down the road doing the trick. Cameron Houser’s overtime goal made the difference as Cicero-North Syracuse defeated the Northstars 1-0 last Saturday afternoon at the Gillette Road complex.
Five-set epic follows C-NS sweep over F-M
Through four head-to-head matches, the Cicero-North Syracuse boys volleyball team had not dropped a set, rarely facing serious stress. All of that changed, though, in last Thursday night’s visit to Oswego. A large, raucous home crowd looked on as the 4-0 Northstars fell behind the 5-0 Buccaneers, only to make a remarkable recovery to claim a five-set classic.
Win over Liverpool obscures losses to Auburn, F-M
Each of Cicero-North Syracuse’s golf teams took some lumps in mid-September and the Blue side fell out of first place in the CNY Counties League – but did maintain local bragging rights.
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