Cazenovia beats Schuylerville, 22-19, for title at Carrier Dome
Though the Cazenovia football program has known plenty of moments of greatness in years and decades past, what it got on Sunday afternoon at the Carrier Dome tops them all. At last, the Lakers are state champions.
Chittenango rolls past J-E, Central Valley
For at least one week, Chittenango held the boys basketball spotlight to itself, free of interference from its neighbors down the road. Since most of its potential players were going after a state Class B football championship, Cazenovia had to push back both of its opening-week games. Now the Lakers will face Mexico on Dec. 14 and Solvay on Jan. 9.
Boys hoops Lakers open two days after football state final
Cazenovia High School’s 2015-16 winter sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
Wrestling Bears host dual meet on Dec. 5
Chittenango High School’s 2015-16 winter sports schedule, with all dates and times subject to change.
The Cazenovia girls cross country team had a lot to celebrate at their recent end of season banquet. The Lady Lakers added a fifth place finish at the New York State Championship Meet on Nov. 14 to cap an already successful season.
Caz pulls away from Cheektowaga, 55-12
Many important games, and many glorious moments, dot the history of the Cazenovia football program. But none might prove as important or glorious as what takes place next Sunday at the Carrier Dome, when the Lakers meet Schuylerville and play for the first state championship in its history.
Five senior members of the Cazenovia High School boys lacrosse team last week announced their respective plans for where they plan to attend college and play college lacrosse. T.J. Connellan, Jake Lewis, Jake Stowell, Brenden Whalen and Derek White participated in a press conference, where they either made announcements or signed National Letters of Intent concerning their college plans.
Cazenovia High School seniors Olivia McEntee and Sophie Goris last Friday announced their respective plans for where they plan to attend college and play lacrosse.
Caz football advances to state Class B semifinal
Though it has ventured into the state football playoffs many times before, the Cazenovia football team has to feel that its best chance at a first-ever state championship was right in front of them. Thanks to the combined efforts of young men like Cole Willard and Paul McLaughlin, that dream remains alive – at least for another week.
Shephard goal lifts Caz past Pierson/Bridgehampton
Everywhere the Cazenovia field hockey team looked during state Class C final four weekend at Maine-Endwell High School, reminders of frustrations of the recent past were right in front of them.
Caz freshman helps Lakers take fifth in Class C
When the Cazenovia girls cross country team earned the right to represent Section III in Saturday’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association Class C championship meet at Monroe-Woodbury High School, it knew exactly what it was facing.
Hot serves make difference in sweep of Skaneateles
Whatever else happens during a point in volleyball, it always starts with a serve, so it makes sense to master that part of the game.
Throughout their final week of training, the girls knew that the sectional championship meet would be close. If they were to prevail, it would be by just a few points, the margin likely falling within one point per runner — every place would count. That prediction rang true and the team found itself huddled together at the finish line Saturday waiting for the official tabulation, hoping theirs was the lowest point total.
Caz blitzes Schuylerville in first half of regional final
One way or another, the Cazenovia field hockey team’s steamrolling ways will end at Maine-Endwell High School next weekend in the state Class C final four. Whether it’s just as a participant, or as a state champion for the third time in program history, remains an open question.
Cazenovia girls edge J-E by three points
For much of the cross country season, Cazenovia freshman Clara Rowles healed an injury, waiting patiently to return to full strength. Now Rowles has found her top speed – and along with plenty of valuable contributions from her teammates, it helped the Lakers rise to the Section III Class C championship.