Caz beats APW, Sherburne-Earlville to qualify
To call it a miracle is too much, but to call it an astounding finish is quite true. At 5-12, and needing to win each of its last three games to get into the Section III Class B playoffs, the Cazenovia boys basketball team pulled it off, culminating in Tuesday night's 63-50 victory over Sherburne-Earlville at Buckley Gym.
Chittenango boys remain undefeated after pair of wins
Just as in recent years, a primary motivation for the Chittenango girls volleyball team is the knowledge that, this Saturday, all of the Section III winter championships will get decided in its home gymnasium.
Wells, Curr, Frega all advance to sectional meet
The Cazenovia wrestling trio of Jacob Wells, Alex Curr and Kevin Frega still find themselves in the hunt for Section III championships that will get decided this Saturday at Onondaga Community College's SRC Arena.
Lakers get pair of wins, maintains push for sectional berth
The challenges continued for Cazenovia’s boys basketball team, who found itself needing to win each of its last three games just to reach the Section III Class B playoffs.
Late goal pushes Caz into third place in league
A chance at the regular-season championship in the Division II National Conference, along with a home game in the Section III playoffs, was completely within the reach of the Cazenovia ice hockey team.
Lakers still could earn winning record before sectionals
Not having to worry about scrambling to reach the Section III Class B playoffs, the Cazenovia girls basketball team could relax a bit, but also add to its win total in the early days of February.
Caz edges CBA by half-point in close finish
All of the other events in Friday night's Section III Class B girls indoor track and field championships at Onondaga Community College's SRC Arena were done by the time they reached the conclusion of the triple jump, and Cazenovia trailed Christian Brothers Academy by 5.5 points.
Cazenovia High School senior Jake Shaffner, one of the standout players on the Lakers 2015 state champion football team, has announced that after graduation he will attend Colgate University, where he will study liberal arts with a pre-engineering focus and play football for the Raiders.
The Cazenovia Lakers varsity football team was honored on Jan. 27 with the Joe LaGuardia Male Team Award at the annual Believe to Achieve Awards in Syracuse. The awards, sponsored by Visit Syracuse and Syracuse Sports Corporation, recognize meritorious contribution to the Central New York sports community through the hard work and commitment of individuals and teams. The state champion Cazenovia football team shared the award with the Liverpool boys cross country team.
Curr, Frega both victorious for Lakers
Alex Curr and Kevin Frega were both victorious for the Cazenovia wrestling team at last Saturday's Onondaga High School League Liberty/Patriot tournament at Onondaga High School, where the Lakers finished third among a 10-team field.
Boys struggle in Friday loss to Skaneateles
During its most pivotal four-day stretch of the season, the Cazenovia girls basketball team could not only lock up a Section III Class B playoff berth, it could also show that getting rid of them in the post-season won’t prove easy.
Boys Bears still undefeated after 3-0 week
Four matches in a five-night span would provide a busy conclusion to a remarkable regular season for the Chittenango girls volleyball team, and while the opponents were quite good and things got nervous at times, none of its foes could stop the Bears from improving to 15-1.
Boys Bears tripped up in loss to Mexico
As January neared an end, the Chittenango girls basketball team still had a chance at getting to the Section III Class A playoffs, especially if it triumphed on back-to-back nights - but it only got half the task accomplished.
Late comeback by Warriors cools off state no. 5-ranked Lakers
Now the work of the Cazenovia ice hockey team was gaining some respect beyond Central New York’s boundaries, as evidence by its rise to no. 5 in last week’s state Division II rankings, right behind no. 2 Skaneateles and no. 4 New Hartford.
Cazenovia led by Hart, Rowles in distance races
When the Cazenovia girls indoor track and field team lined up for the first time this winter against members of the CNY Indoor Track Association, it proved quite successful.