Skaneateles caps stretch by defeating Auburn
At just the right time, the Skaneateles girls soccer team is finding some good, consistent form, as evidenced by three wins in four nights, the last of them an exciting victory over its Class AA neighbors to the west.
Skaneateles unable to stop defending sectional champs
Though the Skaneateles football team has taken enormous steps forward, it still hasn’t yet reached the top level in the Class B West division ranks.
Lakers also sweep ITC, improve to 7-4
Though the Skaneateles girls volleyball team only carried a 6-4 record into the decisive month of October, it did so with far more momentum than it had for most of the first half of its regular-season slate.
Skaneateles rallies, hands Warriors first defeat of season
On an important level, the Skaneateles boys soccer team of 2015 is starting to resemble its 2014 predecessors, perhaps proving itself as the single entity stopping a single opponent's championship dreams.
Skaneateles girls take seventh at B'ville Invitational
Kai Soderberg and Julia Willcox each had individual race victories for the Skaneateles cross country teams in last Wednesday’s meet against the Solvay Bearcats.
Marcellus boys have no. 5 spot in state Class B rankings
Cross country teams from Marcellus, Jordan-Elbridge and West Genesee were all together as part of Saturday’s Baldwinsville Invitational, and each of them played a big role of some kind.
Boys soccer Lakers finish second hosting Finger Lakes Cup
More than anything else, the Skaneateles boys soccer team’s run to last year’s Section III Class B championship, along with a berth in the state final four, was defined by what it did against that other set of Lakers.
Skaneateles win sets up key B West game at Homer
Though the Skaneateles football team was quite happy with the 2-1 start it put together, what it didn't like was the fact that each of those first three games had the issue in doubt until the final minutes.
Big wins over Marcellus, Caz keep Lakers unbeaten
After getting through one of its toughest stretches of the regular season, the Skaneateles girls tennis team is poised to again post an undefeated record.
Westhill, Cazenovia both defeat Lakers
In what was clearly its toughest stretch of the season, the Skaneateles girls volleyball team would try to take down three top-level opponents in a four-day span, but could only beat one of them.
Callahan finds Blair, Pietropaoli for fourth-quarter TD's
Whatever else is said about the Skaneateles football team, it sure isn’t dull. In each of its three games so far in 2015, the outcome has been in doubt late in the fourth quarter, and the two times the Lakers have played at home, it’s turned out victorious.
Lakers shut out Jordan-Elbridge, Pulaski
No one in last week’s set of matches was able to stop the Skaneateles girls tennis team from maintaining its undefeated mark and moving to 7-0 on the season.
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.