Skaneateles second in 4x200; Goodell third in high jump
Connor Hill’s victory in the 300-meter dash helped propel the Skaneateles boys indoor track and field team to within a single point of top honors among small schools during Wednesday night’s season-opening Jack Morse Kickoff Meet at SRC Arena.
Senator DeFrancisco's program helps get phones to soldiers
First-place duel features 35 saves from Vinal
They had built it up as a special event Wednesday night at Allyn Arena, and the ice hockey teams from Skaneateles and CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt obliged with a special game that left everyone thirsting was more. Partially, that was because of the back-and-forth nature of the contest, but mainly it was because this showdown of undefeated teams ended in a 3-3 tie, leaving everyone waiting for the Feb. 6 rematch at Onondaga Nation Arena.
Students save their pennies for a good cause
Ukrainian church preserves holiday traditions
Grant patrol awards educators
Skaneateles also gets title at Portville Invitational
Having swept through the Rebel Duals on Dec. 6, the Skaneateles wrestling team was eager to resume OHSL Liberty division action and atone for its season-opening defeat to Marcellus. The Lakers ventured to Chittenango last Thursday night, and despite some lost practice time due to winter weather, Skaneateles proved sharp enough once the bouts got underway and defeated the Bears by a score of 46-30.
Knupp scores 37 for boys Lakers; girls win two straight
Just as in all of the other team sports, the Skaneateles basketball teams carry on a rivalry with Cazenovia and desperately want to prove that it’s the better Lakers side. For a couple of nights, that’s exactly what it did.
Showdown with CBA/J-D looms; girls fall in OT
Though both of the Skaneateles ice hockey teams entered the week undefeated, only one of them would end that way. And it was the boys Lakers taking the honor, earning its second consecutive shutout when it beat Whitesboro 3-0 Friday night at Whitestown Community Center.
Shopping spree for those in need
Historians share some Christmas moments
Tasting room offers wine and much more
Resident presents information on recent talks about the future of 81
CNY Arts prepares for performance
Holiday concert celebrates spirit of the season in music
Bake sale, luncheon helps support church's mission
Camillus native releases first solo album
Retired teacher and Minoa resident Jeff Goldstein enjoyed a happy childhood until the illness and death of his younger sister, Sheryl. As Goldstein watched his parents descend into grief, he watched his own life fall apart, too. More than five decades later, Goldstein has released a memoir about the years of physical and verbal abuse he endured at the hands of his parents. He is donating all of the proceeds of “Caught in the Undertow: Escaping the Grip of Childhood Abuse” to two local charities, Vera House and the McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Center.
I have kicked off my seventh-annual Cell Phones For Soldiers collection drive to help our soldiers serving overseas stay connected with their loved ones back home, especially during the holidays. You can support this important cause by donating your gently-used mobile phones to any of my designated collection sites throughout Onondaga County and the city of Auburn.
Girls win twice; boys prevail at Webster Thomas
Now the busy portion of the Skaneateles girls ice hockey team’s season began, with the Lakers continuing to show why it is it the class program in the area. Hosting Ithaca last Wednesday night at Austin Park Pavilion, the Lakers were patient and tough on the defensive end, both key factors in a 3-0 shutout over the Little Red.