By Rob Tetro The Fulton boys’ varsity basketball team went 1-1 in its last 2 games and now have a 5-9 overall record. On Jan. 24, Fowler knocked off Fulton, 76-71, but then the Red Raiders bounced back with an exciting 53-49 win over Chittenango on Jan. 29. The first quarter of the Fowler game(…)
By Rob Tetro The Phoenix boys’ varsity basketball team beat Solvay, 52-46 on Feb. 4, but were crushed by Westhill 78-48 on Jan. 29. The Firebirds now have a 9-6 overall record. Westhill proved why its ranked number 1 in the New York State Sports Writers Association state rankings in Class B when the Warriors(…)
The 2014 baseball season for Oswego Little League will kick off with the annual Spaghetti Dinner and Player Registration from 5 to 9 p.m. Tuesday Feb. 11 at the Oswego Elks Lodge. The season will be highlighted by Little League Baseball’s 75th Anniversary, which was established in 1939 in Williamsport, Pennsylvania. It will be the(…)
Submitted by the Oswego school district A number of Buccaneer varsity teams who achieved New York State Public High School Athletic Association Scholar-Athlete Awards for fall sports. All recognized fall varsity teams earned the academic honors. Two of the teams accumulated an average above 96 percent while three other teams were above 95 percent. The(…)
By Rob Tetro The Fulton girls’ varsity basketball team went 1-2 in its last 3 games and now have an overall record of 5-9. On Jan. 24, Fulton rolled past Fowler, 50-29. Corcoran came away with a 48-40 win over the Lady Raiders Jan. 28. Chittenango held off Fulton, 43-41 Jan. 29. Fulton got off(…)
The Fitzhugh Park Elementary School Student Council held a Super Bowl event Friday Jan. 31 to assist the Oswego County Humane Society. Students, teachers and staff wore the colors of their favorite National Football League team. More than $100 and a substantial amount of food were donated to the local organization.
Submitted by Oswego County BOCES G. Ray Bodley High School in the Fulton City School District recently inducted 40 new members in the Joseph Campolieta Chapter of the National Honor Society in a ceremony held at the High School. National Honor Society promotes the recognition of students, juniors and/or seniors, based on four criteria: scholarship,(…)
The second half of the year has officially begun. Students who have had 95 percent attendance, 95 percent on time to school, no major referrals, and no grades below a 70 percent will receive VIP status. The official VIP celebration will take place this Friday. It is a great way to recognize those who have(…)