Lakers get goals from Bailey, Clymer, meet Marcellus next
A long run for the Skaneateles boys soccer team in the Section III Class B playoffs would require a long road trip and a successful conquest of a long-established power. That is what faced the no. 7 seed Lakers as it took on no. 2 seed Clinton in Saturday’s Class B quarterfinals. And as it turned out, Skaneateles was up to the challenge.
Cavaliers down Skaneateles 49-7 in sectional playoffs
Though the Skaneateles football team carried the edge of post-season experience into Friday night's Section III Class C first-round game at Watertown IHC, it didn't make much of a difference. The unbeaten, state Class C no. 13-ranked Cavaliers, playing on its home turf, jumped all over the visiting Lakers in the first quarter and never let up, eventually prevailing 49-7.
Lakers rebound for crucial late win at Phoenix
For the first time in a while, the Skaneateles girls volleyball team heads into the Section III Class B playoffs not as a prohibitive favorite, but as a contender with something more to prove, even as it still managed to finish with the regular season with a superb mark of 13-3.
Second-half goal ends Skaneateles sectional run
Back in 2012, the Skaneateles girls soccer team saw its season end in a tough, hard-fought and heartbreaking defeat to Westhill in penalty kicks, the Section III Class B quarterfinals. Exactly one year later, in the same round, against the same opponent, the Lakers met that same sad ending, this time in a 1-0 game decided late in regulation in a manner that neither side would soon forget.
Neal finishes inches behind Garn for individual title
What Kaitlyn Neal went through, on an individual basis, would mirror what the Skaneateles girls cross country team faced on a combined basis during Wednesday’s Onondaga High School League Liberty division championship meet at Jordan-Elbridge.
Skaneateles has no. 4 seed in Class B sectionals
From the moment it beat Cazenovia in the Aug. 30 season opener, the Skaneateles girls soccer team set the pace in the OHSL Liberty National division, and never let anyone catch up.
Lakers still headed for Class B sectionals
Of all the frustrations gathered up by the Skaneateles boys soccer team in 2013, none was as vexing as the pair of narrow defeats it took to its most fervent rival.
Rallying from 2-1 deficit, Skaneateles stops Lancers
While the Skaneateles girls volleyball team has undergone far more challenges in 2013 than in the previous two seasons, it still is one of the favorites to emerge with a Section III Class B title.
Skaneateles scores 35 points in 10-minute span
Though it had to surrender the Class C West regular-season crown to Syracuse's Institute of Technology Central a week earlier, the Skaneateles football team still has plenty of momentum as it returns to the Section III Class C playoffs next weekend.
Skaneateles' Ellison reaches Division III singles final
With a perfect regular season and Section III Class C tournament championship already in the books, the Skaneateles girls tennis team went after more honors in the sectional Division III singles and doubles tournaments – and got a doubles title from Makenzi Herbst and Grace Magee.
Skaneateles senior runners honored at last home race
The mission, as the Skaneateles cross country girls lined up against archrival Jordan-Elbridge Wednesday afternoon, was simple - win, and grab another OHSL Liberty division title.
Malcolm provides difference deep in field for Skaneateles
It takes a village to raise a child according to ancient lore—and recent political campaign ads--and at last Saturday’s Burnt Hills Invitational it took a complete team effort by the Skaneateles girls cross country team to claim the title in the hotly contested 5,000-meter race.
Lakers pile up goals against J-E, Phoenix, Solvay
Right after the Skaneateles boys soccer team lost it second 2-1 decision of the season to defending Section III Class B champion Westhill on Sept. 26, it went away for nearly two weeks. The 12-day late-season respite gave the Lakers plenty of time to practice, rest, recuperate and work on all the things that had gone wrong during a 6-5 start, knowing it had plenty of time to still make a serious championship push.
Skaneateles completes 13-0 season, blanks Sauquoit Valley
Thirteen opponents tried this fall to upend the Skaneateles girls tennis team, and none of them could pull it off. As a result, the Lakers are Section III Class C champions once again, completing its perfect 2013 run with an impressive 5-0 shutout over Sauquoit Valley in Friday's sectional tournament finals at Utica Parkway Courts.
Jones scores three times in 24-21 loss
In a showdown of the top two teams in Class C West, Skaneateles came up just short against the Syracuse Institute of Technology Central Friday night. In its final home game of the season, the Lakers lost to the Eagles 24-21 to move to 4-2 on the season, ITC is now 6-0.