Your weekly score recaps for Fulton Raiders and Oswego Buccaneers varsity winter sports.
Along with these dates this is a reminder that all students who are interested in participating in sports during the 2011-12 school year must have an updated sports physical in order to play.
The Buc varsity boys’ lacrosse team moved to 3-0 on the year with a 10-5 win over visiting Watertown in less than ideal conditions on Friday night at the Turrill Street Field. The Bucs got behind 2-1 after one quarter, but four in the second and a quartet of goals in the third put this game on ice.
A strong Oswego surge after the half helped to regain the lead and put away the pesky Auburn Maroons. After trailing 8-6, the Lady Bucs scored five straight goals to open the half. Oswego (3-0) regained the lead and kept it even after a late Auburn (1-3) surge.
Boys Basketball: Bishop Grimes 78, Hannibal 32 Alec Nelson had 8 points to lead the winless Warriors. Wrestling: Corcoran 52, Oswego 6 Kyle Rossi and Shane Bartrum won decisions for Oswego. Fulton 57, Chittenango 15 Dave Hall, Nick Woodworth and Nick Muckey recorded pins.Ã‚Â Five Fulton wins came by forfeit. Girls Volleyball: Skaneateles 3, Hannibal
Boys Basketball: Liverpool 69, Oswego 39 Corey Galletta led Oswego with 14 points. J-D 93, Fulton 35 Andrew Kush had 8 points, including 2 3-pointers, to lead Fulton Girls Basketball: Oswego 43, Liverpool 25 J-D 52, Fulton 46 Ashley Palmitesso had 16 points for Fulton, while Alicia Vann poured in three 3-pointers. Boys Hockey: Oswego
Boys Basketball: C-NS 75, Oswego 68 See our report in this section.Ã‚Â The Bucs fall in the Fulton Savings Bank Tip-off Tournament finals, as C-NS’s big men ovewhelm Oswego’s smaller, scrappier team. Marcellus 85, Hannibal 47 Alec Nelson led the Warriors with 14 points, including four three-pointers. Girls Basketball: Marcellus 64, Hannibal 43 Tayler Sorell
The Fulton Saving Bank 2009 tip off tournament continued Saturday as the Oswego Buccaneers defeated Baldwinsville Bees 64-59. In what turned out to be a game of two halves, Oswego was able to claw it way back from an eight point halftime deficit.
Boys Wrestling: Hannibal 66, Marcellus 12 Hannibal scored all of its wins either by pin or forfeit in this rout.Ã‚Â Joel Kinville needed just 41 seconds for his pin while teammate Walter Foges got his pin in 48 seconds. Boys Swimmng: J-D/CBA 99, Fulton 77 The Red Raiders opened their season at home against one
Diver Steven Hanczyk, who qualified for the Section III meet last year as an 8th grader, won the diving event Wednesday, posted a score high enough to qualify for sectionals this year and broke his own personal high score.