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.
Miller, Burdo, Henry each win two races for Warriors
Though the Liverpool boys swim knew that Watertown possessed some of the best individual talents in all of Central New York, it didn’t prove too bothersome when the two sides squared off on the first Saturday of 2015.
Warriors have 1-2 week, only defeat Oswego
Liverpool’s ice hockey team began a week of non-league action that bridged 2014 and 2015 with a .500 mark, hoping at least to stay in that general range by the time it went back to the Division I ranks at the midway point of the regular season.
Carnie, Ashkar, Nash each win eight straight bouts
Liverpool’s wrestling team had a unique opportunity during the holiday break, traveling all the way to Baton Rouge, Louisiana to compete in the Deep South Bayou Duals early this week. And the Warriors made quite an impression, prevailing in six of the eight matches against opponents all based in the South.
Warriors win boys meet; Northstars prevail in girls meet
Before they left 2014 behind, the Liverpool and Cicero-North Syracuse indoor track and field teams both earned one more victory. It was the boys Warrriors, and the girls Northstars, who emerged from the Oscar B. Jensen Holiday Relays on New Year's Eve at SRC Arena with first-place finishes in an an event where two boys and two girls put up combined times, heights and distances to earn points.
Northstars bounce back from opening loss to Ursuline
Though the wins and losses all count in its overall record, the Cicero-North Syracuse girls basketball team knew that its trips to various tournaments late in December served a different purpose.
Northstars record back-to-back shutouts after slow start
Maybe the Cicero-North Syracuse ice hockey team just needs a big stage to play at its best – or at least that’s what the early-season evidence shows.
Northstars find itself in long skid after games at SRC Arena
No one who watched the Cicero-North Syracuse boys basketball team square off with Utica Proctor during the “More Than A Game” Holiday Classic last Saturday at SRC Arena would confuse this match-up with the last time those two teams got together.
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Warriors rally after first-round loss to Utica-Notre Dame
Eleven-plus minutes of action, in the context of a schedule of 20 or more games, is not much - but for the Liverpool boys basketball team, it might prove the most valuable stretch of the entire season. Faced with a possible third consecutive defeat, the Warriors recovered just in time and, dominating down the stretch, beat LeMan Prep (New York City) 68-57 in Saturday night's consolation game of the Bishop Ludden Rosemary Corcoran Holiday Classic.
300 game part of Northstars' sweep of Syracuse
Having seen his teammate, Nick Joss, nearly get to perfection earlier this month, Cicero-North Syracuse boys bowler Josh Cloute figured that he had a 300 game in him somewhere this winter. The magic moment arrived two days before Christmas, at Strike-N-Spare Lanes, where Cloute's career-best effort highlighted a 3-0 sweep over Syracuse.
Nadeau, Ashkar, Nash, Carnie win for Warriors
All through December, the Liverpool wrestling team has made strong showings on the tournament circuit, and Saturday's Phoenix Round Robin proved no different.
Warriors edge C-NS in Jack Morse Kickoff Meet
Perhaps the Liverpool girls indoor track and field team was paying closer attention to what its male counterparts were doing than anyone could imagine. For when the girls Warriors had its turn in the season-opening Jack Morse Kickoff Meet Friday night at SRC Arena, it did exactly the same thing, finishing in first place and fending off a strong challenge from Cicero-North Syracuse to do so.
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