Four Liverpool players score in double figures
If the Liverpool boys basketball team wants to go from contender to champion, it knows it must shine on both sides of the ball. So it only figured that the Warriors' defense played a central role in knocking off defending Section III Class AA champion Henninger 63-55 on Friday night, holding the Black Knights without a field goal for more than five minutes in the fourth quarter to put the game away.
Northstars beat Mary Louis Academy at end of 4-0 week
When the Cicero-North Syracuse girls basketball team returned to New York City for a weekend appearance in the Mecca Tournament, it left behind a Section III Class AA field that, including Liverpool, seemed as far away as ever, especially with the Northstars rising all the way up to no. 10 in the latest USA Today Super 25 rankings of the best teams in the nation.
Big crowd watches Warriors keep local supremacy
Much more than the typical hoopla associated with a rivalry was present when Cicero-North Syracuse and Liverpool square off in boys basketball last Friday night, especially from the Northstars’ perspective.
Northstars, Liverpool also take part in Arcaro Invitational
Only by the margin of a single point did the Cicero-North Syracuse indoor track and field teams miss sweeping a large field of challengers from Section III and elsewhere during last Friday night’s Utica Challenge Invitational.
Right in the middle of a stretch where it would play three times in four nights, the Liverpool ice hockey team would pay a visit to Meachem Rink and measure itself against the 13-1-1, state Division I no. 4-ranked Syracuse Cougars.
Warriors fall to Central Valley; Northstars beaten by CBA/J-D
Now it’s the Liverpool wrestling team’s turn to host the Section III Class AA championship meet following years of travel to other venues, including Cicero-North Syracuse and Baldwinsville.
Late surge helps Warriors take battle of unbeaten powers
At least for now, the Liverpool boys swim team still holds on to the title of best in Section III. Buoyed by a string of victories late in the meet, the Warriors defeated Jamesville-DeWitt/CBA 101-84 Wednesday night in a showdown of two undefeated league champions.
Petrella, Schulz, Coleman all win distance races
All season long, the Liverpool indoor track and field teams looked to catch Cicero-North Syracuse, and finally did so – at least for one day.
Warriors shine following close loss to B'ville
All sorts of glory was within the reach of the Liverpool wrestling team, starting with last week’s showdown with Baldwinsville for CNY Counties League superiority and continuing with Saturday’s appearance at Cicero-North Syracuse for the Section III Dual Meet.
Liverpool to visit C-NS as rivals clash this Friday
Now that it had its confidence restored, the Liverpool boys basketball team could not wait to enter the regular-season homestretch, even if it includes its annual trip down the road to face its rivals from Cicero-North Syracuse, who is just glad to be on the brink of returning to the Section III Class AA playoffs after a one-year absence.
Warriors closer than first meeting thanks to late push
All of the fun the Liverpool girls basketball team was having in 2015-16 could not get spoiled by any one event or any opponent – even one as massively imposing as Cicero-North Syracuse.
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.
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