Northstars to face West Genny in Division I semis
Cicero-North Syracuse ice hockey's big guns had big nights, and that was bad news for Syracuse. The No. 1 state-ranked Northstars top line of Eric Hamilton, Jesse Farabee and Matt Fiume accounted for four goals between them in a 5-0 win over the Cougars in a Section III Division I quarterfinal Friday night at Cicero Twin Rinks.
C-NS builds win streak to 14, rallies past Hornets
In the course of building a 14-game win streak and ascending to the top of the state Division I rankings, the Cicero-North Syracuse ice hockey team has not required that much good fortune – but a little of it sure proves helpful.
Liverpool struggles in third quarter of 66-57 defeat
Eleven days had passed since Liverpool's boys basketball team had last stepped on the court, winning the Cicero-North Syracuse Holiday Classic. When the Warriors returned to action last Tuesday night, at Nottingham, things worked for a while - and then, all of a sudden, they did not.
Defending AA champs give Liverpool first loss
A 2-0 start, and the vast amount of points produced during those wins, had Liverpool's boys basketball team in a bright mood going into Tuesday night's home opener against Utica Proctor. But the defending Class AA champions would turn that feeling around.
Liverpool claims tough 1-0 final over F-M
No matter how tough it was to watch at times, the Liverpool girls soccer team sure found it beautiful when there was another Section III Class AA championship waiting at the end.
Warriors avenge recent playoff defeat to Hornets
Once more, the Liverpool football team made the trek to Fayetteville-Manlius, just as it had done four times in the previous two seasons, all of them defeats, two of them in the first round of the Section III Class AA playoffs. This time, though, the Warriors finally came out on top.
Lamison returns; Warriors have new faces elsewhere
Defending Section III field hockey champion and state tournament semifinalist Liverpool is sporting a new look. That happens to teams that graduate all but four starters.
Depth, balance help Northstars top rival Warriors
Cicero-North Syracuse scrapped its way past archrival Liverpool 65-58 Friday night in a Class AA CNYCL National boys’ basketball game. But when Northstars coach John Haas and his Warriors counterpart, Matt Jacob, review the game film, they’ll have to cover their eyes through large parts of it. Turnovers, poor free throw shooting, bundles of missed layups, and mental mistakes far outnumbered sound basketball in front of a large crowd at C-NS.