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First Annual GCACC Ladies’ Golf Tournament to be held Aug. 15

The Greater Cazenovia Area Chamber of Commerce will host its First Annual Ladies’ Golf Tournament on Friday, Aug. 15, to raise money for the GCACC scholarship fund.

Caz, Chittenango face changes in football next season

Lakers defend sectional title; Bears look for playoff return

An eternal challenge in high school football is trying to maintain consistency and continuity when the very nature of the sport involves having to deal with new challenges and new personnel.

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Cazenovia equestrienne wins PA pony derby

Annie Walsh, 11, of Cazenovia, recently won the $2,500 pony derby at State College, Pa. Walsh was competing on her pony “Terian’s What a Fox,” and was the champion out of 23 ponies.

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Happy ending: wheelchair-bound boys allowed to join July 4 Foot Races after initial denial

Syracuse Chargers Track Club reverses controversial decision amid public outrage, national media exposure

The news broke early Wednesday morning, July 2, that the Syracuse Chargers Track Club had denied the request of 12-year-old twin boys, Jack and Nolan Willis of Manlius, who have muscular dystrophy and are wheelchair-bound, from participating in the annual Cazenovia July 4 Foot Races 10-mile race. After nearly 36 hours of public outrage and national media attention, the Chargers board reversed its decision and announced that the Willis brothers would be allowed to participate after all.

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Willis brothers will be allowed to participate in Cazenovia July 4 Foot Races

Syracuse Chargers reverse course on previous denial of wheelchair-bound boys request to participate

A solution has been found to the quell the recent brouhaha over the Syracuse Chargers Track Club's denial of the request of 12-year-old twin boys, Jack and Nolan Willis of Manlius, who have muscular dystrophy and are wheelchair-bound, from participating in the annual Cazenovia July 4 Foot Races 10-mile race tomorrow. After nearly 36 hours of outrage and criticism directed against the club for its decision, the Chargers board announced that the Willis brothers will be allowed to participate in the race.

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Hart leads Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame inductee list

Golf, basketball, football, journalism all part of Class of 2014

With accomplishments that span the entire second half of the 20th century and the first years of the 21st century, the six newest inductees to the Greater Syracuse Sports Hall of Fame provide a wide variety of compelling stories.

Caz lacrosse players draw national attention

Willard heading to U.S. National Team tryouts in Maryland

Even though the high school lacrosse season is over, a summer that’s full of tournaments, club teams and other activities is in full swing. And two stars from Cazenovia –Sarah Willard on the girls side, T.J. Connellan on the boys side, – are drawing some national attention.

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CACDA seeks more cyclists with new BikeCaz project

Cazenovia is a great place for bicycling. With its scenic vistas, waterside roadways and challenging hills, the Cazenovia Area Community Development Association sees great potential to attract more cyclists to the community, and has begun a new project to do just that.

‘Dead Divas’ coming To Caz with Siobhan Fallon Hogan as host

Event to fund Brian R. Gara Memorial Hockey Scholarship

Catherine Cummings Theater will present “Dead Divas,” a tribute to the legendary ladies of song from 8 to 10 p.m. Thursday, June 26, featuring local talent covering favorites from Janis Joplin, Eva Cassidy, Billie Holliday, Karen Carpenter, Patsy Cline, Donna Summer and more. All proceeds from the event will benefit the Brian R. Gara Memorial Hockey Scholarship, a monetary award presented annually to a graduating Cazenovia Varsity hockey player

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Powerlifting Cazenovian off to national Special Olympics

Ryan Goldacker, a graduate of Cazenovia High School and currently a student at Cazenovia College, is one of two Central New Yorkers that will be competing in the Special Olympics’ national competition, the U.S.A. Games, from June 14 to June 20 in Princeton, N.J.

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Caz quest for state title denied by Bronxville

Broncos avenge 2013 state finals loss to Lakers

Just as the horse California Chrome could not quite reach the Triple Crown, the Cazenovia boys lacrosse was denied its own version of the Triple Crown - and just a few miles away from Belmont Park, no less. Leading in the fourth quarter of Saturday's state Class C final at Hofstra University on Long Island, the Lakers, after a third state title in four years, saw that lead get away as Bronxville rallied to prevail 13-10 for its first-ever state championship.

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Lacrosse Lakers stop Penn Yan in state semifinal

Caz to meet Bronxville again for Class C title

While the Cazenovia boys lacrosse team knew that it would pass through familiar territory if it wanted to go all the way to a third state Class C championship in four years, it had no idea just how familiar it would get. Just like in 2013, the Lakers will have to beat Salmon River in the regional round, Penn Yan in the state semifinals and then Bronxville in the state final to win it all.

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Lacrosse Lakers top Salmon River in regional final

Defense carries Caz to state semifinal against Penn Yan

Each of the previous two times the Cazenovia boys lacrosse team claimed a state Class C championship, it had to endure a fair amount of stress at the hands - and sticks - of Salmon River. Now, going for a third state title, the Lakers again had to face the Shamrocks, again was pushed to the limit - and again made it through, prevailing 7-4 in Saturday's regional final at SUNY-Potsdam.

Caz track athletes compete in state qualifier

Nichols second in boys pentathlon; Kent third in girls triple jump

Cazenovia boys track and field star Walker Nichols got within 17 points of advancing to this weekend’s state championship meet in the pentathlon. Nichols, a junior, and Altmar-Parish-Williamstown sophomore Sage Bartlett waged a classic duel for Division II (small school) honors in Thursday’s Section III state qualifier at Cicero-North Syracuse’s Bragman Stadium, the same venue that will host the state meet.

Lakers hammer Chenango Forks in regional opener

No. 1 Lakers to face no. 2 Salmon River on Saturday

Now it's 20 up and 20 down for the Cazenovia boys lacrosse team - but win number 21 might prove the most challenging of all. When the Lakers routed Section IV champion Chenango Forks 16-4 in Wednesday night's opening round of the state Class C playoffs at Cicero-North Syracuse's Bragman Stadium, it sets up a classic regional final on Saturday afternoon.

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