Boys Lakers clinch sectional playoff spot
Even though the heavy snow didn’t hit, the Skaneateles basketball teams still saw their games against Hannibal postponed last Tuesday night, though things cleared out in time for the rest of the week.
Skaneateles competes in NYC, wins at Kirschenheiter meet
In order to further test itself, each of the Skaneateles indoor track and field teams would travel to New York City and take part in the Molloy Stanner Games, held Jan. 16 at the Armory Track and Field Center.
Skaneateles avenges defeat to Maroons on Jan. 5
So this is what getting even looks like for the Skaneateles boys ice hockey team. It involves attacking the net at will, providing physical play along the boards and elsewhere, getting timely saves from the man in the net and providing a relentless drive for 45 minutes, from opening face-off to closing horn.
Girls Lakers record trio of top-five finishes at Armory
In order to further test itself, each of the Skaneateles indoor track and field teams would travel to New York City and take part in the Molloy Stanner Games, held last Saturday at the Armory Track and Field Center.
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Lakers beat Moravia in meet at Cornell University
If all went to plan, the Skaneateles wrestling team would defeat Institute of Technology Central and a 35-year wait for an outright league championship would come to an end. Weather that closed schools in the city of Syracuse made a hash of those plans, though, causing a postponement, and meaning the Lakers would have to wait a bit to have that clinching moment it so badly wanted.
Tough weekend slate drops Skaneateles to 7-6
To be sure, the Skaneateles boys basketball team was honored to participate in last Saturday’s Zebra Classic at Onondaga Community College’s Allyn Hall, playing in one of five games that featured local rivalries and, in some instance, old-school uniforms from the long-defunct Parochial League.
Skaneateles can't hold late lead against Cobras
Tested so many times through the first half of the regular season, the Skaneateles girls basketball team was glad to find a respite here and there while also building up its win total after securing a Section III Class B playoff berth.
Lakers rout Clinton, rally to tie New Hartford
All through the first full week of 2016, the Skaneateles ice hockey team found itself facing plenty of late-game stress, taking a close loss at Auburn and then nearly getting upended in the Duke Schneider Tournament before pulling out wins over John Jay-Cross River and Pelham.
Peterson, Willcox, Hagen all win at Constantino meet
Each time the Skaneateles Lakers go to Onondaga Community College’s SRC Arena for CNY Indoor Track Association meets, it seems to pick up more respect –and confidence, too.
Wrestling Lakers finish third at Port Byron tournament
Still undefeated, the Skaneateles wrestling team rolled again last Wednesday night, bringing a full roster to Cato-Meridian and reaping the benefits of that lineup with a 59-21 victory over the Blue Devils. Within that match, though, a bit of history was made.
Skaneateles goes 1-1 on road trip after beating Ithaca
A 14-day break in the middle of its schedule did not derail the Skaneateles girls ice hockey team much – but a nemesis from earlier in the season would strike again.
Lakers roll to pair of home wins with full lineup
A new year also meant a welcome return to full strength for the Skaneateles girls basketball team, and that meant winning again.
Lakers fall to Auburn, rally to win Schneider Tournament
Geographic proximity made the Skaneateles and Auburn boys ice hockey teams natural rivals. But what’s taken place on the ice in the last couple of seasons only has made the rivalry more intense.
Lakers back at no. 4 in latest state Division II rankings
With 2016 less than 48 hours old, the Skaneateles boys ice hockey team faced an important examination from its namesakes.