Last week, U.S. Rep. John Katko, the freshman Republican congressman representing our 24th District, applauded the announcement that the U.S. Navy has awarded Lockheed Martin $153,947,182 for Block 2 of the Navy’s Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program (SEWIP).
Dream Factory of Syracuse to host annual kickball tournament fundraiser
To help make a dream come true for a chronically ill child, all you have to do is play a game of kickball. The Dream Factory of Syracuse is hosting its fourth annual Kicks for Kids Kickball Tournament Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Syracuse Kickball Park on Oswego Road in Liverpool. The co-ed tournament, which begins at 10 a.m., lasts all day and features food, games and live entertainment (donated by RMD Premier DJ Ryno), as well as raffles, a silent auction, a dunk tank and a bounce house for kids.
A proposal to install a card-activated lift gate at Onondaga Lake Park was revisited at the Liverpool Village Board of Trustees’ June 15 meeting.
Akinpelu finishes eighth in 400-meter hurdles
At the end of an illustrious athletic career at Liverpool, Ore Akinpelu sought a medal in the 400-meter hurdles during last weekend’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship meet at the University at Albany.
Liverpool softball drops title game to Orchard Park
Twelve months after it fell one victory short of the one prize it wanted the most, the Liverpool softball team returned to South Glens Falls for the state Class AA final four, seeking to take that last step and finally earn the program's first state championship.
Akinpelu prevails twice; Mahana, Bearkland first for Northstars
A year from now, top track and field athletes will return to Cicero-North Syracuse as it once again hosts the New York State Public High School Athletic Association championship meet. They’ll hold this year’s state meet at the University at Albany, though, and a full array of talent from C-NS and Liverpool will be there on the Division I (large school) side after their work at last Friday’s Section III state qualifier held at Bragman Stadium.
C-NS strands bases loaded in bottom of seventh
The stage was set for glory for the Cicero-North Syracuse baseball team, who needed just one well-placed hit to secure a trip to the state Class AA final four. But a sharply hit fly ball to right was not enough, as the Northstars fell to Section II champion Saratoga Springs by a score of 2-1 last Saturday’s AA regional final at Onondaga Community College.
Bats come to life as Liverpool beats Shen in regional final
Ideally, what the Liverpool softball team would like to do when it goes to South Glens Falls this Saturday for its second consecutive state Class AA final four appearance is something close to what it accomplished in the two games leading up to it.
Theetge, McArdell lead Northstars past West Genesee
For the first time since 2009, the Cicero-North Syracuse baseball team has captured the Section III Class AA title, and it only figured that its best pitcher and best hitter had central roles. The top-seeded Northstars shut out no. 2 seed West Genesee 4-0 in the AA final Wednesday night at the Onondaga Community College complex as Steven Theetge dominated on the mound and Jake McArdell had the key blow in the decisive sixth-inning rally.
Liverpool rolls past Utica Proctor, 24-2, in AA final
Maybe it was an unfamiliar setting and an unfamiliar opponent, but the Liverpool softball team didn't care, as long as the outcome was familar - and happy. Repeating as Section III Class AA champions, the top-seeded Warriors blew open Monday night's sectional AA final against Utica Proctor at Onondaga Community College in the second inning and went on to rout the Raiders 24-2.
Liverpool baseball eliminated by West Genny
Four outs from another premature ending in another quest for a Section III Class AA championship, the Cicero-North Syracuse baseball team made quite a rescue - and had the likes of Jake McArdell and Brad Hamilton to thank as it reached the sectional final.
Liverpool to meet Proctor in AA sectional final
Every single time they encounter each other, the Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse softball teams know how nervous things can get. Gaining superiority in this long and consequential rivalry requires talent, for sure, but also avoiding mistakes - or, if they do take place, overcoming them, especially if those mistakes happen early.
Northstars, Warriors need extra innings to win quarterfinals
One more victory by each side would mean that the Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool baseball teams would settle the Section III Class AA championship against each other. Just getting to that point, though, required surviving Thursday's close, tense AA quarterfinals, where the top-seeded Northstars edged no. 8 seed Syracuse 3-2 in 10 innings at the Gillette Road complex, and the no. 6 seed Warriors upended no. 3 seed Rome Free Academy 2-1 in eight innings at DeLutis Field.
Mahana wins twice for boys Northstars during second-place effort
Track and field teams from Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool all gathered at Bragman Stadium Wednesday with the rest of the Section III Class AA sides for a pair of sectional meets that would produce plenty of strong results from the local sides.
It looks like it’ll be a dogfight for the Democratic Party nomination to replace Assemblyman Sam Roberts. Or maybe a catfight.
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