Liverpool sets up showdown with J-D/CBA
Everyone eagerly anticipates the Liverpool boys swim team’s showdown with Jamesville-DeWitt on Wednesday night, each side undefeated and atop their respective leagues – the Warriors in front of the CNY Counties League, the Red Rams first in the Onondaga High School League.
C-NS pushes Syracuse in 6-4 loss to Cougars
Everything the Liverpool ice hockey team had accomplished during a five-game win streak was nice, but one elusive goal remained – getting Baldwinsville.
Warriors regain momentum; C-NS goes 1-1
Just how critical the Liverpool boys basketball team’s come-from-behind victory at West Genesee on Jan. 7 was became evident in the week that followed, when the Warriors reclaimed some of its best December form.
Liverpool fights past F-M, RFA; C-NS goes 1-1
About the only real problem in the Liverpool ice hockey team’s fine 2015-16 season is its struggles against Division I opponents. Outside of league play, the Warriors were 4-1 going into the week, but it was 2-3 within the league, meaning that it was still in fourth place in the American Conference and trying to move up in the standings.
Warriors claim eight straight bouts in 56-25 win
Once more, the neighborhood rivalry between Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse flared up, this time on the wrestling mat, where the two had their annual head-to-head match Thursday night on the Warriors’ home mat.
Big fourth quarter helps Liverpool to key win
Jenna Wike made sure that the special times for the Liverpool girls basketball time continue, this time with a big result on the court. Wike's big fourth-quarter performance helped the Warriors, once trailing by 10, defeat the Baldwinsville Bees 54-48 on Monday night and clinch a Section III Class AA playoff berth.
One of the most versatile keyboardists in Central New York, Dave Liddy has lent his talents to a wide array of popular combos including the Moss Back Mule Band, Blueprints, Out of the Blue, Stringbee and The Merry Pranksters.
Liverpool competes at Southern Tier Invitational
Strong and deep in most events, the Cicero-North Syracuse indoor track and field teams didn’t let anyone catch them during last Saturday’s afternoon session of the George Constantino Memorial Invitational at SRC Arena.
C-NS beats F-M, takes second at Port Byron meet
Within a 72-hour span, the Liverpool wrestling team would undertake its busiest stretch of the season, from back-to-back matches against Auburn and New Hartford to an appearance in the Leo J. Sammon Tournament at Central Valley Academy.
Northstars go on 29-5 third-quarter run to pull away
Having conquered California, and having garnered national recognition in the process, the Cicero-North Syracuse girls basketball team returned to local action and, again, reminded all the Section III Class AA and CNY Counties League chasers how far they still had to go.
Burdo gets pair of wins; C-NS defeats Syracuse
To the surprise of some, the Liverpool boys swim team had some company atop the CNY Counties League in December, with Baldwinsville matching the Warriors’ 4-0 start. But when those two teams got together Wednesday night at the Baker High School pool, the Warriors reasserted its place at the top, putting together a series of race victories and defeating the Bees by a 52-42 margin.
C-NS goes 1-1 in pair of Rochester games
In most instances, a game similar to the Liverpool boys basketball team’s trip to Rochester Aquinas last Saturday would be easy to overlook.
C-NS takes back-to-back losses to Fulton, Syracuse
When the Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse ice hockey teams clash in their lone regular-season meeting Tuesday night at Lysander Arena, they do so with the Warriors feeling much better about its prospects.
Free, Roberts lead Northstars to 3-0 mark in Bay Area
At venues nearly 3,000 miles apart, the Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool girls basketball team would each have exciting, memorable experiences during the holiday break, but also got in some games, too.
Liverpool star takes 132-pound division
A brief holiday respite for the Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse wrestling teams ended when they both went to SUNY-Oswego Monday and Tuesday as part of a massive field in the annual Kenneth Haines Memorial Tournament.
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