The Phoenix varsity baseball team now has a 9-5 record after losing two games in its last three outings.
On May 10, Phoenix held off Cazenovia 8-7. The Firebirds fell to Marcellus 5-3 in Game 1 of a tournament held May 12 and then Syracuse East knocked off Phoenix 14-5 in Game 2 of the May 12 tournament. Continue reading →
The Fulton boys’ varsity lacrosse team has a 5-8 record after losing its last three of four games.
On April 25, New Hartford topped the Red Raiders 12-5. Cortland held off Fulton 10-8 on April 29. The Red Raiders knocked off Whitesboro 11-4 May 2, while Jamesville-DeWitt rolled past Fulton 16-3 May 6. Continue reading →
The Fulton varsity softball team won its last four games to improve to a 10-5 overall record.
Fulton cruised past Homer 18-6 May 9. The Lady Raiders topped county foe Hannibal 13-0 in Game 1 of a May 10 Tournament. In Game 2 of the tournament, Fulton knocked off Syracuse West 7-1. The Lady Raiders held off county rival Mexico 3-1 May 12. Continue reading →
The Fulton girls’ varsity lacrosse team went through a bad patch the last week or so, losing three games.
The Lady Raiders now have a 4-7 overall record as East Syracuse Minoa beat them 19-5 on April 29, Christian Brothers Academy knocked off the Lady Raiders 19-6 May 1 and Homer topped Fulton 14-9 May 5. Continue reading →
The hallways in Hannibal’s Fairley Elementary School were transformed into a French art museum Tuesday, May 20 during a school-wide art show.
In the spirit of the Paris theme, students in Jeannette Gillett’s art classes created their own “Mona Lisa” masterpieces, miniature Eiffel towers and similar works. They used a variety of art mediums to make their projects, which were on display — along with a light-up Eiffel Tower creation — in the hallways near the art classroom.
“Every grade made something based on the French art theme,” Gillett said. “We learned about different French artists and the projects were inspired by artists like Kandinsky.”
Parents had a chance to view the work from 5-7 p.m. Tuesday in conjunction with the school book fair.
Dennis M. Kenney Middle School (KMS) in the Hannibal Central School District is filled with heroes, heroes that quite literally jumped at the opportunity to help others.
Over 50 middle school students along with their physical education teachers Penny Leonard and Dan Pawlewicz made a commitment to join the American Heart Association in its annual Jump Rope For Heart fundraising campaign. Continue reading →