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Girls hoops Lakers get even with Bishop Ludden

Kraetz, Lane, Foehl lead Skaneateles to 48-40 win

What a difference three weeks can make – or even less. The same Skaneateles girls basketball team that lost by double figures at Bishop Ludden in its season opener got even last Friday night in front of the home fans, using a big second-quarter surge, plus lots of tough defense, to beat the Gaelic Knights 48-40.

Skaneateles hockey smashes Auburn, 8-1

Major, Buell get hat tricks in sectional finals rematch

Less than 48 hours after emerging from a high-energy, high-effort battle with CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt that ended in a 3-3 tie, the Skaneaetles boys ice hockey team faced another tough task when it ventured to Casey Park for its first encounter with Auburn since last February's heartbreaking defeat to the Maroons in the Section III Division II final. Or at least it was supposed to be tough.

Girls indoor track Lakers have impressive start

Skaneateles tops all small schools at Morse Kickoff Meet

Both on the relay side and the individual side, the Skaneateles girls indoor track and field team could not have asked for a more promising start to its 2014-2015 season. The Lakers sprinted past all of the other small schools in Friday night's Jack Morse Kickoff Meet at SRC Arena, and finished third overall with 43 points. Only large schools Liverpool (67 points) and Cicero-North Syracuse (63 points) fared better.

Caz wrestlers claim showdown with Skaneateles

Visiting side prevails 34-30 in latest Laker duel

Exactly one week before Christmas, it was time for the two Lakers wrestling teams to get together. And the showdown Thursday night between Cazenovia and Skaneateles proved quite good, too, with the visitors from Cazenovia roaring out in front with wins in five consecutive bouts, and then having to withstand a late Skaneateles charge to pull out a 34-30 victory.

Lakers' Hill wins 300 sprint at Morse meet

Skaneateles second in 4x200; Goodell third in high jump

Connor Hill’s victory in the 300-meter dash helped propel the Skaneateles boys indoor track and field team to within a single point of top honors among small schools during Wednesday night’s season-opening Jack Morse Kickoff Meet at SRC Arena.

Hockey Lakers play CBA/J-D to 3-3 tie

First-place duel features 35 saves from Vinal

They had built it up as a special event Wednesday night at Allyn Arena, and the ice hockey teams from Skaneateles and CBA/Jamesville-DeWitt obliged with a special game that left everyone thirsting was more. Partially, that was because of the back-and-forth nature of the contest, but mainly it was because this showdown of undefeated teams ended in a 3-3 tie, leaving everyone waiting for the Feb. 6 rematch at Onondaga Nation Arena.

Wrestling Lakers get road win at Chittenango

Skaneateles also gets title at Portville Invitational

Having swept through the Rebel Duals on Dec. 6, the Skaneateles wrestling team was eager to resume OHSL Liberty division action and atone for its season-opening defeat to Marcellus. The Lakers ventured to Chittenango last Thursday night, and despite some lost practice time due to winter weather, Skaneateles proved sharp enough once the bouts got underway and defeated the Bears by a score of 46-30.

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Skaneateles basketball sweeps Cazenovia

Knupp scores 37 for boys Lakers; girls win two straight

Just as in all of the other team sports, the Skaneateles basketball teams carry on a rivalry with Cazenovia and desperately want to prove that it’s the better Lakers side. For a couple of nights, that’s exactly what it did.

Skaneateles hockey shuts out Whitesboro

Showdown with CBA/J-D looms; girls fall in OT

Though both of the Skaneateles ice hockey teams entered the week undefeated, only one of them would end that way. And it was the boys Lakers taking the honor, earning its second consecutive shutout when it beat Whitesboro 3-0 Friday night at Whitestown Community Center.

Skaneateles hockey sides net shutouts

Girls win twice; boys prevail at Webster Thomas

Now the busy portion of the Skaneateles girls ice hockey team’s season began, with the Lakers continuing to show why it is it the class program in the area. Hosting Ithaca last Wednesday night at Austin Park Pavilion, the Lakers were patient and tough on the defensive end, both key factors in a 3-0 shutout over the Little Red.

Wrestling Lakers drop classic to Marcellus

Skaneateles rebounds with sweep at Rebel Duals

In a high-profile manner, the Skaneateles wrestling team entered the fray again, going up against one of its biggest rivals and engaging in a season opener that featured plenty of momentum shifts.

Skaneateles boys hoops has 1-1 start

Lakers routed by SAS, stomp past Jordan-Elbridge

Recent success by the Skaneateles boys basketball, including a trip to the Section III Class B title game in 2013, has conditioned fans to expect more good play in the years ahead.

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Lakers' Lane reaches 1,000 career points

Skaneateles drops season opener to Bishop Ludden

Elizabeth Lane is a bridge between the players that helped build the Skaneateles girls basketball team into a perennial OHSL Liberty National division power and the younger stars who want to make their own mark. Lane, a four-year senior starter, reached a rare plateau in the high-school ranks Monday night, recording her 1,000th career point during the Lakers' season-opening 57-42 defeat to Bishop Ludden.

Boys hockey Lakers roar to 2-0 start

Skaneateles scores 14 goals in Queensbury Tournament

More than nine months later, the Skaneateles boys ice hockey team still carried with it the scars of a Section III Division II championship quest halted one step short of the summit by its neighbors and rivals from Auburn.

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Powers signs letter of intent

Powers headed for Loyola

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