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Post-Standard, The (Newspaper) - January 28, 2005, Syracuse, New York PAGE D 6 THE POST-STANDARD Friday. January 28.2005 HIGH SCHOOL WEEKEND Boys basketball Standings Colonial National Ccrcc-s- 8-2 Henninger 9-4 West Genesee 7-4 C-NS 6-5 Liverpool 7-6 Auburn 5-7 Baldwinsville 3-9 Oswego '-10 Rome Free 1-10 Colonial American Nottingham 10-2 F-M 10-2 Cen- tral Square 8-3 Bishop Ludden 8-3 CBA 7-4 ES-M 4-7 Fowler 3-9 Fulton Liberty National J-D 7-0 Mexico 6-2 Chittenango 4.3 Phoenix 3-7 Cortland 2-5 Homer Liberty American Westhill 9-0 Marcelius 8-1 Skanea- teles 9-3 Bishop Grimes 5-5 Solvay 4-8 Cazenovia 2-7 J-E 1-9 Patriot National Port Byron 6-4 Hannibal 5-4 Pulas- ki 6-5 A-P-W 3-9 Weedsport 2-8 Cato-Meridian 0-5 (3-11) Fa.th ;-0 Tully 11-1 Onondaga 9-3 r-P 3-9 UFayette 2-8 Other Local MPH 9-0 Canastota 1-5 (2-11) Today's schedule nennin.ger at CBA, 5 p.m. BrooWeld at Otselic Vail, p.m. Bishop Ludden at West Genesee, p.m, New York Mills at Hamilton, 6 p.m. A-P-W at Pulaski, S p.m. Port Byron at Weedsport. 6 p.m. i Oneida vs. V-V-S at Utica Auditorium, 7 p.m. McGraw at Cincinnatus, 7 p.m. Liverpool at Rome Free, 7 p.m. I SaidvvinsviMe at Oswego. 7 p.m. Mexico at Cortland, p.m. Marcelius at Bishop Grimes. p.m. j-D at Phoenix, p.m. i Fulton at Fowler, p.m. Biggest comebacks Halftine score: J-D 37, Mexico 44 ciia! sco'e: Jamesville-DeWitt 92 Mexico 74 Halftime score: Sandy Creek 20, Pulaski 25 Final score: Sandy Creek 62, Pulaski 42 Halftirne score: Skaneateles 18, J-E 31 Final score: Skaneateles 67. Jordan-Eibridge 57 Halftime score: Westhill 13, Clinton 30 Final score: Westhill 63, Clinton 54 Halftime score: F-M 28. Fulton 29 Final score: Fayetteville-Manlius 68, Fulton 48 Halftime score: F-M 17. CBA 18 Final score: F-M 49, CBA 31 i Halftime score: Auburn 27, C-NS 39 Final score: Auburn 76. C-NS 69 Halftime score: Solvay 21, Jordan-Eibridge 31 Final score: Solvay 71, Jordan-Eibridge 62 Halftime score: Watertown !HC 17, Tuily 21 Fins! score: Watertown 1HC 57, Tully 42 1f7 score: Liverpool 20, Nottingham 23 Final score: Liverpool 46, Nottingham 32 haiftirne score. St. john Baptist 15, Liverpool 35 Final score: St John Baptist 58. Liverpool 57 Halftime score: Westhill 13. Skaneateles 20. i Final score: Westhill 53. Skaneateles 45 i Halftime score: A-P-W 12, Cato-Meridian 13 i score- A-P-W 47. Cato-Meridian 33 Halftime score: Cortland 16, Westhill 28 Final score: Cortland 46 Westhill 44 Halftime score: Solvay 27, i ully 29 Final score: Soivay 60, Tu'ily 48 Closest games Mexico 65, Cortland 64 Faith Heritage 65, Tully 64 Chittenango 58. Bishop Grimes 57 Cazenovia 64, Hanniba! 53 Corcoran 66, Auburn 65 Stockbriclge Valley 49. Madison 48 i Liverpool 59. Fayetteville-Manlius 58 DeRuyter 51, LaFayette 50 i Hannibai 51. Port Byron 50 Corcoran 67. Utica Proctor 65 St. John the Baptist 58, Liverpool 57 Jamesville-DeWitt 89, Newfield 88 Cortlard 55, Oneonta 54 i Fowler 53, Indian River 52 Stockbridge Valley 50. McGraw 49 Average scoring Jamesvilie-DeWttt 77.6 Mexico 70.2 Henninger 68.9 Faith Heritage 68.3 Auburn 63.1 Fayettevilie-Manlius 63.0 i Corcoran 62.7 Chittenango 62.0 Home average scoring jamesviile-DeWitt 78.4 Henninger 72.4 Mexico 71.0 i Manlius Pebble Hill 684 Central Square 66.9 Faith Heritage 65.5 Fayettevilie-Manlius 64.6 j Chittenango West Genesee 64.0 Cicero-North Syracuse 62.7 On the road average scoring Jsmesville-DeWin 76.8 i Faith Heritage 71.4 i Mexico 69.1 I East Syracuse-Minca 65.9 Auburn 65.3 Christian Brothers Academy 63.9 Henninger 63.5 i Central Square 63.1 I Corcoran 63.0 Average points allowed Tully 42.5 j Nottingham 45.1 Faith Heritage 46.3 i Onondaga 46.4 j LaFayette 489 Manlius Pebble Hill 49.1 j Fayetteville-Manlius 50.1 i Hannibal 50.5 I Port Byron 50.7 i Westhill 51.0 Highest scoring quarters i J-D, 4th 35 J-D. 3rd 34 Rome Free, 4th 34 Chittenango. 3rd 33 Homer, 1st 31 I Mexico. 2nd 31 Bishop Ludden, 4th 30 j Corcoran, 1st 30 j Corcoran, 3rd 30 Marcelius. 3rd 30 I Baldwinsville, 4th 29 C-NS, 4th 29 i Central Square, 4th 29 I ES-W. 1st 29 F-M, 4th 29 I Scoring leaders i Brandon Corp, Chittenango Greg Paulus, CBA Andy Rautins, J-D Kyfe Reuter, Mexico Tez Thomas, Onondaga Tom Wopperer, f-M Sean Leahy, West Genesee File Commentucd, 2004 SOLVAY CO-CAPTAIN Greg Haney is one of two Bearcats with more than 200 career points, (goals and linemate Pat Capella also has passed that mark, and senior Rob Duhoski is closing in on that total as well. Showdown on Ice Bearcats look for repeat; Lakers look for revenge By Neil Kerr Staff writer Sporting a 15-game win- ning streak against Sec- tion 3 foes within the chilly confines of the State Fairgrounds Coliseum, Solvay High's powerful ice hockey team will try' to keep the streak alive today against top rival Skaneateles. Game time is p.m., with first place in the Division Two West standings at stake. Solvay coach John Camp- bell knows the streak is in today. "We haven't lost at the col- iseum to another school from Section 3 since Skaneateles beat us, 6-1. on Jan. 21. 2003." said Campbell. "Over tne last two we've beat- en Skaneateles four times in a row. We know they're going to come after us with every- thing they've got on Friday." Solvay. led by the high- scoring, all-senior first line of Rob Duhoski (30 goals, 24 as- Pat CapelJX22-36) and Greg Haney has aver- aged over five goals per game. That figure includes a 9-4 drubbing of Skaneateles back on Dec. 22. That defeat still doesn't sit well with Skanea- teles coach Mitch Major. "That game was the iow point of our says fifth-year coach Major. "We committed 16 penalties in that File photo Peter Chen, 2004 SKANEATELES FORWARD Peter Elliott chases Solvay's Pat Capella during a game at Skanea- teles a year ago. The Bearcats have defeated the Lakers four straight times and will look to make it five tonight at the State Fairgrounds Coliseum. game. We were ahead, 4-1, and gave up the last eight goals of the game. My team learned a lesson that night, hopefully, and we've been playing much better lately." Skaneateles is 5-1-1 in its last seven outines since being drubbed by Solvay. The Lake- rs' resurgence has been sparked by the play of high- scoring senior forward Peter Elliott plus the defen- sive play of Tyler Savage. Savage, along with Laker goalies Rob Prestemon and Chris Beardsley, are big keys to ending Solvay's Coliseum winning streak. "We need to play some se- rious defense said Major. "I can't remember the last time another team scored nine goals against us, and I also don't remember any team beating us four straight times." Game of the weekend Skaneateles (11-4-2) at Solvay (14-5) boys hockey p.m. today Skaneateles Lakers Soivay Bearcats tied ithaca 1-1 Last game def. 4-1 4.1-2.9 Ava. vs. ODDonent 5.3-2.7 Veteran Peter Elliott leads an improving Lakers' attack which has scored 23 goals in its last four games. Offense The Bearcats' first line of Rob Ouhoski, Pat Capella and Greg Haney has already netted 74 goals this winter. Defense Tyler Savage leads a solid Lakers' defense which held a strong Ithaca team to just one goal Wednesday. Anchored by goalie Seann Hartnett, Soivay has given up only 2.7 goals per game so far this season. Skaneateles has gone 5-1-1 since an embarrassing 9-4 loss to Solvay in December. Intangible Solvay has beaten the Lakers four straight times. Can they keep it up? Neil Kerf's tip of the hat Solvay, 3-2 Other matchups Brian Shueler, MPH Chris Harris, Marcelius Kyle Burton, J-E Will Zinsmeister, Cazenovia Dan Hardy, Tully Ari Greenberg, J-D Cornelius Vines, Henninger Aaron Hall, Faith Kevin Fowler, Mexico Adam Sweet, Weedsport Amos Woodrum, Fowler Dan Card. Skaneateles Cooper Stroman, Faith Nate Short, Port Byron Andy Hoercher, Auburn Brendan Roqers. Liverpool statistics through Wednesday night. 27.9 25.2 25.1 22.8 21.9 20.9 20.2 112 18.6 18.4 18.1 17.6 17.3 17.2 17.1 16.9 16.7 16.4 16.3 15.8 1S.8 15.7 15.5 Boys basketball: Henninger (10-5) at CBA (8-6) When: p.m. tonight at CBA Henninger key players: Denard Crouch, Cornelius Vines, Doug Fulmer. CBA key players: Greg Paulus, Erik Estabrook, Matt Kinnan. The skinny: Host CBA will try to end a three-game losing streak against the defending sectional Class AA champion Black Knights. Boys basketball: Mexico (14-2) at Cortlond (10-6) When: p.m. today Mexico key players: Kyle Reuter, Kevin Fowler, Mike Forbes. Cortland key players: Steve White, Mike Avery, Dan Pitcher. The skinny: After seeing a school-record, 1 1-game winning streak ended by Jamesville-DeWitt, state-ranked Mexico will try to resume winning ways at the expense of the Purple Tigers. Boys baskeflNill; Biudden (1 1-5) of W.Genny (10-5) Girls basketball Rome Free 9-0 Batdwinsville 7-1 Oswego 7-2 Liverpool 7-3 C-NS 3-7 Auburn 3-8 West Genesee 2-8 Henninger 2-10 Nottingham 9-1 Corcoran 8-1 Central Square 7-3 F-M 6-7 Fulton 3-8 Fowler 1-8 ES-M 1-8 WesthiK 10-0 Phoenix 7-3 Cortland 8-4 J-D 5-3 Chittenango 3-7 Mexico 2-8 Homer 0-11 Liberty American I CBA 7-2 Cazenoxia V-i 1 I Marcelius 3-3 J-E 4-6 Skaneateies 0-10 Patriot National A-p-w 9-2 Hannibal 8-3 Pulaski 8-4 Port Byron 3-8 Weedsport 3-8 Cato-Meridian 0-7 Patriot Amancan __ I 0-10 U-1II- Other Local New Hartford 10-1 Waterville 6-2 I V-V-S 8-3 Clinton 3-2 Canastota I 4-3 Noire Dame 4-3 Camden 3-7 I Oneida 3-8 (4-13) Today's schedule F-M at Central Square Cazenovia at Marcelius I Oneida vs. V-V-S at Utica Auditorium, 5 p.m. C-NS at Nottingham, 5 p.m. West Genesee at Henninger, p.m. Homer at Bishop Ludden, 6 p.m. Rome Free at Liverpool, 630 p.m. Oswego at BaldwinsviHe, p.m. at Hannibal. 7 o.m. Biggest comebacks Halftime score: A-P-W 19, Port Byron 21 Final score; A-P-W 57, Port Byron 36 Maritime score: New Hartford 19, Saratoga 29 Final score: New Hartford 59, Saratoga 47 Halftirne score: Bishop Grimes 22, Tully 23 Final score: Bishop Grimes 63. Tally 45 Halftime score: LaFayette 19, F-Pompey21 Final score: LaFayette 49, Fabius-Pompey 32 Halftime score: Fayetteville-Manlius 11, J-D 16 Final score: F-M 41, Jamesville-DeWrtt 28 12728 Halftime score: New Hartford 20, Burnt Hills 27 Final score: New Hartford 47, Burnt Hills 37 Halftime score: Jordan-Eibridge 20, CBA 24 Final score: Jorrian-Elbridge 55, CBA 42 Halftime score: A-P-W 30, Watertown 38 Final score: A-P-W 60, Watertown 51 Halftime score: Mt. Markham 27, Waterville 34 Final score- Mount Markham 60, Waterville 50 Halftime score: Clinton 15, Carnden 19 Final score: Clinton 45, Camden 33 Halftime score: Oswego 20, ES-M 26 Final score: Oswego 60, ES-M 50 Halftirne score: Pulasfci 20, Tully 23 Final score: Pulaski 53, Tully 40 Halftirne score: Kannibai 24, Port Syron 33 Final score: Hannibal 56, Port Byron 50 Halftime score: Madison 25, LaFayette 35 Final score: Madison 58, LaFayette 64 Halftime score: LaFayette 17, Red Creek 20 Final score: LaFayette 40, Red Creek 28 Halftirne score: Solvay 29, Jamesvliie-DeWirt 30 Final score: Solvay 55, Jamesville-DeWitt 41 12ns Halftime score: Madison 18, Fabius-Pompey 22 Final score: Madison 50, Fabius-Pompey 39 Halftime score; Henninger 17, Auburn 18 Final score: Henninger 52, Auburn 3S Closest games Bishop Grimes 54, Hannibal 53 Central Square 56, F-M 55 Cortland 46, Jamesville-DeWitt 45 Cazenovia 49, Solvay 48 Canastota 44, Cooperstown 43 Cincinnatus 43, Morrisvilie-Eaton 42 C-NS 54, West Genesee 52 Tully 47, Morrisville-Eaton 45 Bishop Ludden 48, Notre Dame 46 Bishop Grimes 49, Bishop Ludden 47 Jamesville-DeWitt 49, Oneida 47 Fowler 50, Watertown 48 Fabius-Pompey 33, Stockbridge Valley 31 South Jefferson 44, Oswego 42 Otselic Valley 29, Fabius-Pompey 27 When: p.m. today Bithoo Ludden key Olivers: Josh Kedinq, Nick Humez, Sairron Miller, JarrettWoodfork. West Genesee key players: Sean Leahy, Brian Salanger, Marc Cizenski, Kevin Wadach. The skinny: Tuning up for the upcoming sectional Class AA playoffs, both teams remain in the hunt for Colonial Division titles. Girls bosketbdh Oswego (10-4) of B'vie (11-3) When: p.m. today Oswego key players; Corrin Conroy, Nikki Carrol, Alison Canale, Jackie Stanley. Mdwimvilto key players: Stephanie Roy, Julie Milliman, Chelsey Mac- 1 The skinny: The Lady Bees own a modest five 5-game winning streak and are chasing unbeaten Rome Free Academy in the OHSL Colonial Na- tional Division. Wrestling; Phoenix (20-2) at Fulton When: 7 p.m. Saturday Phoenix key wrestlers: Mark Crisafulli, George Burkinshaw, Anwar Goeres, Carlos Mosqueda, Kevin Cook, Kory LaPlante. Fulton key wrestlers: Matt Bogardus, Bill Watson, Dillon Shue, Camer- on Mills, Matias Garcia, Dan Pollock. The skinny: Fulton will risk its 114-meet unbeaten streak (113-0-1) vs. Section 3 mat opponents when coach Gene Mills' Firebirds visit for a non- league showdown of state-ranked teams. Wrestling; Tully Dud Meet Tournament_____________ When: 9 a.m. Saturday (5 p.m. finals) Tournament teams: Canastota, Homer, Liverpool, Marcelius, Ononda- ga, Oxford, South Jefferson, Tully. The skinny: A field of eight teams, headed by Oxford and South Jeffer- son, will seek to finish first at Tully. Boys bflskelbdb HaHifegef (10-5) vs. R-Hen. (10-2) When: p.m. Sunday at Rochester's Blue Cross Arena llenninger key players: Denard Crouch, Cornelius Vines, Doug Fulmer. Rush-Henrietta key players: Calvin Betts, Tim Jackson, Tyler Barley, Ryan Henry. The skinny: Henninger's game is among five contests in the Image Capi- tal Shootout, which concludes with a 5 p.m. showdown of upstate New York's top-ranked powers Rochester East and Niagara Falk Earlier games pair Victor wfth Geneva at 11 a.m., Clyde-Savannah with Lyons at p.m. and Fairport vs. Rochester McQuaid at p.m. To win vs. No. in 0...1, mint Stater Betts. Tickets cost for tne five-game scneoute. Average New Rome i-ree i Central Home average New Bishop Rome Free On the road average New Rome Free Central Average points Bishop Christian Brothers New Central Highest scoring Bishop Ludden, New Hartford, Rome Free, Baldwinsville, New Hartford, Oneida, Bishop Grimes, Liverpool, J-D, Nottingham, Nottingham, New Hartford, New Hartford, Bishop Grimes, Scofing MMfors Cartes Cassidy, Helen Baroody, Amanda Cavo. New Neiocha Watts, Nikki Jo Rotolo, Rome Tricia Hax, Pulaski Kristina Lavery, Molly Kane, Rooyn Capoto, Aubrey Ciraoto, Skaneateles Claire Murphy, 14.9 Erica Masi, New Shannon Sangjter, Bishop Naomi Koester, Sophrgnia Sallard, Kristin Howe, Katie Kdley, Liz King, Camden Stephanie (toy, Baldwinsville Karttyn Emerson, Onondaga UfMlftmu Utouis 13.2 13.2 14 MTR namoay, ivmrco Julie Mffliman, 13.0 Uuren BaiUon, FowfCf MWCMS Kftrvn. N0w 12.7 Statistics through Wednesday night.
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