Caz tennis defeats Marcellus

Lakers head to sectionals; Chittenango falls to New Hartford

Once the rains stopped and the temperatures dropped, Cazenovia’s girls tennis team squeezed in one more victory before play began in the Section III team and individual tournaments.

Caz girls fall to Westhill, tie CBA

Chittenango close to J-D in rainy 3-2 defeat

The agenda for Cazenovia and Chittenango’s girls soccer teams last week had some similarities to them, most notably games against state-ranked defending Section III champions that neither side could conquer.

Football Lakers, Bears earn road wins

Caz blanks Camden; Chittenango handles Cortland

For their first games in October, the Cazenovia and Chittenango football teams, who went a combined 7-1 in September, both hit the road - and both would win big. The state Class B no. 2-ranked Lakers recorded its third shutout of the season, blanking Camden 40-0, while the Bears, rebounding from its loss at Homer, went to Cortland and rolled past the Purple Tigers 33-8.

Area students to participate in Special Olympics

More than 270 student-athletes from Madison and Oneida counties are expected to participate in this year’s Special Olympics Autumn Games on Wednesday, Oct. 7, at the Canastota High School Athletic Complex, 102 Roberts St., Canastota. The public is invited to watch the games.

Caz volleyball improves to 11-0

Lakers sweep ITC, Solvay before Westhill rematch

An unbeaten mark was great for the Cazenovia girls volleyball team – but the tests it faced during last weekend’s Baldwinsville Fall Swing Tournament proved even more valuable. Playing nine sets at that tournament, the Lakers went 5-4, splitting with Liverpool and Victor (Section V), claiming its lone set over Shenendehowa 25-20 and sweeping Saratoga Springs 25-23, 26-24 before a 25-22, 25-10 defeat to Long Island power Connetquot.

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‘A great time to be a Cazenovia Laker’

Eight inducted into Cazenovia High School Hall of Fame

More than 200 people drove out to the Rusty Rail in Canastota last Friday night to celebrate the 10 individuals and four athletic teams that were inducted into or otherwise honored by the Cazenovia High School Hall of Fame. Ranging in history from the 1937 Cazenovia Corn Huskers football team to a 2009 CHS graduate, the honorees all were a “pretty incredible” group of athletes that brought home to Cazenovia a combined 15 sectional championships and 12 all-league honors, as well as represented three high school All Americans, two coaches of the year and one national collegiate champion.

Caz football smashes to 4-0 start

Lakers handle Oneida, win 50th straight home game

For more than a decade now, any Saturday afternoon spent by Cazenovia footballl fans at Buckley-Volo Field has featured a happy ending. And when the state Class B no. 2-ranked Lakers rolled past Oneida 35-6 on this particular Homecoming Saturday, it marked the team's 50th consecutive home victory, one that again featured a defense that would not let the other side get in the end zone.

Bears suffer first defeat at Homer

Trojans' defense holds Chittenango to 52 yards

A big, physical dose of reality struck the Chittenango football team when it ventured out of familiar home ground for the first time in the 2015 season.

Caz tennis beaten by Skaneateles again

Three matches decided in three sets in Laker duel

Once more, the Cazenovia girls tennis team went after the other Lakers side from Skaneateles that, in recent years, had dominated the OHSL Liberty division, including a 6-1 win over Cazenovia when the two Laker sides first met this season on Aug. 27.

Volleyball Lakers sweep Marcellus, Skaneateles

Lakers improve to 9-0 with pair of strong efforts

Through the years, the Cazenovia girls volleyball team has enjoyed many great battles with the likes of Marcellus and Skaneateles, proven programs under proven coaches (Hy Bryant for Marcellus, Doreen Doctor for Skaneateles) that, over time, made the Lakers better.

Caz field hockey blanks Weedsport, C-NS

Lakers bounce back from losses at Camden Tournament

Defeats to Camden and Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake, by equal 2-1 margins, in a tournament on Sept. 18-19 brought the Cazenovia field hockey team back to the ground after a soaring start where it outscored its first six opponents by a combined 37-1 margin.

Caz field hockey takes pair of losses

Lakers narrowly beaten by Camden, Burnt Hills

Now the level of competition picked up for the Cazenovia field hockey team, as it went to a tournament in Camden sporting a 6-0 record – and emerged from it 6-2, having taken a pair of blemishes in close, hard-fought contests.

Caz girls soccer records trio of victories

Lakers shake off 0-4-1 start with high-flying attack

Cazenovia’s girls soccer team, coming off a narrow 2-1 defeat to Marcellus on Sept. 12, bounced back last Monday at Altmar-Parish-Williamstown, shutting out the Rebels 4-0 to get head coach Kassie Kleine her first victory following an 0-4-1 start.

Fast start propels unbeaten Bears past Marcellus

Cazenovia also 3-0 after shutout of South Jefferson

Three weeks, three home games for the Chittenango football team - and three victories on the ledger. In short, the Bears are back as a Class B West division and Section III title contender, further proving that point by jumping all over Marcellus Friday night and cruising to a 28-18 victory over the Mustangs.

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Cazenovia College head coach earns second career triathlon victory

Bill Houser, Cazenovia College’s head cross country and swimming and diving head coach, captured his second career triathlon victory on Sunday winning the Finger Lakes Triathlon with a time of 2:12:24.