Driscoll joins Lakers' duo in advancing to state qualifier
The Skaneateles boys tennis team vied for top honors during Monday's Section III Class C-1 championships, held at Syracuse University’s Skytop Courts - and the Lakers’ second doubles team of Ryan Bailey and Anthony Panasci would roll to the championship.
Lakers use depth to conquer field at Sunset Ridge
Among the many rites of spring is the Skaneateles boys golf team finishing a season with championship honors. Having already gone through an undefeated run in the Onondaga High School League Liberty division, the Lakers added more glory when it prevailed Monday afternoon at the Section III West Big School Qualifier at the Links at Sunset Ridge.
Skaneateles gets bye despite late loss to Cazenovia
Having made a modest climb from no. 20 to no. 17 in the state Class C rankings, the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team knew that it could do a lot better with one more regular-season win.
Lakers shake off third-place finish at West End Classic
Even as it was going through the OHSL Liberty division unblemished, the Skaneateles boys golf team hit some stumbling blocks as the Section III championships loomed.
Lakers turn back Hannibal, Solvay, J-E
The Skaneateles baseball team worked without any kind of stress last week, knowing that, no matter what it did, a Section III Class B playoff berth was awaiting them.
Skaneateles runs into CBA, Westhill, Cazenovia
Right at the end of the regular season, the Skaneateles boys tennis team met with some turbulence – along with some tough OHSL Liberty division opponents.
Skaneateles drops J-E, has sectional top seed
All of the bonding on and off the field, all of the anticipation for daily practices, all of the yoga sessions, and all of the times where they gave up their cell phones for road trips – it has led to what the Skaneateles girls lacrosse team will hope to accomplish in the next three weeks.
Lakers sweep relays; Woodruff claims pair of sprints
While regular-season honors are nice, doing well in the post-season really makes a campaign memorable. And that's what the Skaneateles girls track and field team found when it won over nine other sides in Monday's Onondaga High School League Liberty division championship meet at Marcellus High School.
Conquest of state-ranked sides sees Skaneateles in top form
Just at the right time, the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team was hitting peak form, and people were taking notice as the Lakers sneaked into the no. 20 spot in the state Class C rankings.
Skaneateles girls, boys sweep over ITC
Even in a season full of interruptions and distractions, the Skaneateles girls track and field team found its way to the top of the Onondaga High School League Liberty National division.
Powers, Sears lead potent Lakers attack
True, it was Senior Night for the Skaneateles girls lacrosse team, and it was quite a talented and accomplished senior class that would get a happy send-off during Wednesday's 17-7 victory over Marcellus in a clash of two rivals ranked in the state Class C top five.
Skaneateles takes out LaFayette, OCS, Westhill
Though these contests did not rise to the sort of “event” status that beating West Genesee in a game and Garden City in a scrimmage provided, the Skaneateles girls lacrosse team was not about to take anything lightly as it moved into May sitting atop the state Class C rankings.
Lakers top J-E, Onondaga, outscore Cortland
With the power to see its season end in renewal or ruin, the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team desperately wanted to choose the first, and more productive path – and did so.
Mustangs survive Tully; Warriors turn back Ludden/Grimes
More than the normal neighborhood bragging rights was at stake when the Marcellus and Westhill boys lacrosse teams faced off last Tuesday night. With the Warriors at 8-1 and holding the no. 6 spot in the state Class C rankings, and the Mustangs 6-2 and holding the no. 10 spot in that same state poll, the winner would gain a lot of momentum toward the regular-season homestretch.
Campbell wins 100, 400 hurdles as part of Laker effort
When the Skaneateles girls track and field team had its meet with Marcellus last Wednesday afternoon postponed, it meant a bit more rest before the busiest stretch of the season got underway. Were it not for the rainout, the Lakers would have faced four events in eight days, counting meets early next week against Altmar-Parish-Williamstown and Institute of Technology Central.