Lakers now own nine-game win streak
The Skaneateles girls lacrosse team’s hard-fought overtime win over Marcellus on April 16 meant that it moved to the no. 6 spot in the state Class C rankings, just ahead of the Mustangs at no. 7.
Boys Lakers edge ITC; girls endure weather at ESM meet
In the season’s best competitive conditions, the Skaneateles boys track and field team won its OHSL Liberty division opener last Wednesday at Hyatt Stadium, beating Syracuse’s Institute of Technology Central 80-59.
Lakers go 2-1 overall, lose to West Genesee
With an 0-2 start and all the time it spent waiting out wet weather, the Skaneateles baseball team was desperate for any kind of good news. It arrived in last Monday’s visit to Chittenango, where Luke Drancsak’s pitching and a deep, diverse lineup produced an 11-0 shutout over the Bears.
Pinckney, Lee brothers, Fenner have strong efforts
Through the heavy rain and snow that covered Central New York in the early part of April, both of the Skaneateles golf teams could only manage sporadic outdoor practice sessions.
Lakers struggle in losses to Marcellus, J-E
Earning its first win of the season, the Skaneateles softball team held off a late charge from Chittenango last Monday afternoon and got past the Bears 5-4.
Lakers can't find momentum in loss to CBA
For the Skaneateles boys tennis team, the aim was clear – get to the top of the OHSL Liberty division standings and challenge the likes of CBA. At least it started well for the Lakers, who won every set of last Monday’s opener at Jordan-Elbridge and prevailed 5-0.
Lakers shut down by long-time rival Lancers
All of the close calls the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team escaped from on its way to a 6-0 start this spring finally caught up to them. The Lakers, meeting long-time rival LaFayette Tuesday in a game moved to the turf at Onondaga Community College, never got going on the offensive end, and the Lancers took full advantage, pulling away to beat them 11-4.
Skaneateles defense holds Nolan without a point
Though the Skaneateles and Marcellus girls lacrosse teams may have separated themselves from the rest of the Section III Class C contenders, they don't appear to have separated from each other. Or at least that was the impression gained from Monday night's classic, when the two rivals pushed into overtime before the Lakers emerged on top, edging the Mustangs 14-12.
The Emerald City Equestrian Team, based in Skaneateles but composed of riders from around Central New York, recently qualified to compete in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association’s (IEA), national finals on Friday, April 19 through 21. Both the middle school and high school age levels of the team qualified for the competition by finishing in the top three of their zone at a competition held on March 29 through 30 in Centre Hall, Pa. A couple of riders also qualified to compete individually.
Lakers set new standard in distance medley relay
Never mind that the temperature hovered around 40 degrees, the wind was blowing to make it feel colder and rain kept pounding down. With every conceivable obstacle and excuse at hand, the Skaneateles girls track and field team’s quartet of distance medley relay runners still went out and set a school record in that event during last week’s Tully Friday Night Invitational.
Bright picks up 11 assists in shutout of MPH
Having made it through some tense early contests with the likes of Baldwinsville, Auburn and Homer, the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team got to relax a bit more in the games that followed.
Wins set up key Monday showdown with Marcellus
In order for the Skaneateles girls lacrosse to get full value out of next Monday night’s big game at Marcellus, it first needed to pass two other tests against key league rivals and fellow Class C title contenders.
Michigan stops SU in game marked by last-second drama
An improbable and exhilarating journey to the brink of a second national championship ended for Syracuse’s men’s basketball team two victories short of the ultimate prize during the Final Four in Atlanta.
Lakers get tough win over Homer, rout Clinton
Properly tested in close, character-building wins over Baldwinsville and Auburn at the end of March, the Skaneateles boys lacrosse team returned home and maintained that good form to move to 4-0.
Lakers quickly recover from season-opening loss to West Genny
Through the snow, and eventual warmth, that greeted Central New Yorkers during the April school break, the Skaneateles girls lacrosse team started to find its winning form.
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- A weekend of champions
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- Super sectional Sunday primer
- Girls go to the Dome
- Landmarks and breakthroughs