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October 22, 2018


Oswego Lacrosse Teams Can’t Solve L’Pool

Tayler Bowman gets a save against the high pressure Liverpool offense during the first half of the Buc loss to the visiting Warriors.

Oswego lacrosse teams were back in action on Tuesday as Liverpool provided the opposition. In Liverpool, the OHS boys’ varsity lost 16-9 to the host Warriors for the first loss of the season. In Oswego at Wilber Field, the Lady Bucs lost 16-6.

Fulton Boys Bowling Team Looks Ahead to States

Left to right, from bottom row: Dan Donaldson, Derek Southworth, Alex Stanski. Top row: Dan Wahl, Jondn Tryniski, Mike Tryniski(coach), Sean Amico.

The Fulton bowlers are making their second straight trip to states after capturing the section III championship two years in a row. It’s a feat that Coach Mike Tryniski says is even more impressive than actually winning states.

Fulton Wins Canastota Wrestling Tourney; Phoenix Close In Second

Photo contributed by Michele Earl.

Fulton won just one match in the finals of the Canastota tournament this past weekend, but the team’s overall performance was good enough to make it the team winner.  Phoenix, bolstered by several strong performances in the finals, was a very close second.  See a gallery of photos contributed by wrestling parent Michele Earl.

Fulton Savings Bank Tip-Off Tournament Set

The 15th annual Fulton Savings Bank Tip-Off Basketball Tournament will be held in Baldwinsville on Friday, December 11th and Saturday, December 12th. Boys Varsity and Junior Varsity Basketball teams from Baldwinsville, Central Square, CNS and Oswego will compete.

Fulton Wins Playoff Game Against Carthage

Fulton used the running power of tailback Don Watson to rush past Carthage in the opening round of the Section III football playoffs, 34-15.

Watson scored on fourth quarter runs of 9 and 21 yards to put the game away.

Oswego’s Seniors Kick Home A Soccer Win On Their Night

The Oswego Buccaneers boys soccer team hosted the West Genesee Wildcats as they celebrated senior night under the lights. Led by a host of 13 seniors, Oswego was able to was able to play a complete and mistake free game to earn a 3-1 victory. Oswego’s Patrick Holland led the Bucs with 2 goals.  Eric Witmer added a goal with assists attributed to Antonio Darling and Ricky Wallace, all seniors.

Fulton Falls In Battle Of Unbeaten, State-Ranked Football Powers

Saturday, undefeated and state ranked Fulton and New Hartford traveled to Central Square in what could be a Class A football playoff preview. New Hartford’s Anthony Acevedo and four Fulton turnovers were too much for the Red Raiders to overcome as Fulton fell 49-26. New Hartford turned three of four Fulton turnovers into touchdowns. “Today was the first week we made a lot of mistakes,” said Fulton head coach Mike Conners.

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