Lakers top Mexico, Watertown in three-way meet
Some girls swim teams begin a season with a head-to-head match-up. Skaneateles had two of them at once. But the defending Section III Class C champion Lakers conquered the challenge, going to Mexico on Friday and earning a sweep, topping the host Tigers 103-83 while also defeating the Watertown Cyclones 105-81.
Lakers improve to 5-0 with one-sided victories
One safe guarantee that could be made is that, for the rest of its season, the Skaneateles girls tennis team would not face anything close to the heat it had to deal with during last Tuesday’s match against Manlius-Pebble Hill at Austin Park.
Callahan throws five TD passes, four to Hagen
They put on a full show Thursday night for the latest renewal of the Skaneateles-Marcellus football rivalry Thursday night at Hyatt Stadium, from a pre-game rock band to a post-game tailgate party, with live local TV coverage in between. And the game was quite good, too.
Lakers earn back-to-back shutouts over Warriors, Solvay
When Skaneateles and Westhill, the last two Section III Class B boys soccer champions, gathered last Saturday at Hyatt Stadium, the heat and humidity was a clear winner, but neither human side would prevail.
Late TD pass by Bears spoil Sindoni's return
Though it was the Skaneateles football team sending it through the air in Friday night's season opener at Chittenango, it was a pass given up by the defense that put the Bears on top, and spoiled Joe Sindoni's return to the coaching sidelines.
Clymer hat trick helps boys Lakers beat Brothers 4-2
Sam Clymer made sure of two things when he led the Skaneateles boys soccer team to a 4-2 victory over Christian Brothers Academy in last Tuesday night’s 2015 season opener at Hyatt Stadium.
Lakers improve to 3-0 with impressive league wins
Even at this early stage in the season, the Skaneateles girls tennis team is proving that, whatever combinations are used, the results tend to be the same.
Lakers off to 2-0 start with sweeps of Hannibal, Phoenix
Look who is back on the sidelines for the Skaneateles girls volleyball team. Doreen Doctor, the long-time mentor of the Lakers’ program, ended a brief retirement and returned to duty this fall, determined to bring Skaneateles back to championship form.
Coach returns to Skaneateles after three-year absence
The second act of Joe Sindoni with the Skaneateles football program is something no one had expected – least of all Sindoni.
Lakers sweep singles against rival Mustangs
Even though it has three consecutive Section III Class C championships in the books, the Skaneateles girls tennis team is far from content.
Lakers defend sectional boys soccer, swim titles
Among the many storylines for Skaneateles fall sports is the return of Joe Sindoni as varsity football coach, sectional title defenses for boys soccer and girls swimming, along with what should be strong teams in cross country and volleyball, too. Here is the 2015 fall sports varsity schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
As summer draws to a close, local Pop Warner leagues are gearing up for their seasons. Many parents are hesitant to let their little ones participate because of the high rate of head injuries; football players suffer the most concussions of any youth sport.
Skaneateles grad found golfing glory on PGA Tour
Back at the turn of the millennium, Skaneateles High School graduate Tom Scherrer was making a national name as a PGA Tour winner and participant in golf's biggest events, including the Masters and United States Open. His accomplishments have not been forgotten, either, as it was announced on Thursday that Scherrer is one of six honorees for the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame's Class of 2015.
Dream Factory of Syracuse to host annual kickball tournament fundraiser
To help make a dream come true for a chronically ill child, all you have to do is play a game of kickball. The Dream Factory of Syracuse is hosting its fourth annual Kicks for Kids Kickball Tournament Saturday, Aug. 1, at the Syracuse Kickball Park on Oswego Road in Liverpool. The co-ed tournament, which begins at 10 a.m., lasts all day and features food, games and live entertainment (donated by RMD Premier DJ Ryno), as well as raffles, a silent auction, a dunk tank and a bounce house for kids.
Former coach to return to Lakers football