Category Archives: Sports

Repairs made to Kiwanis Kidhaven

Kiwanis Club members thank Shuba 2 Construction for repairs made to Kiwanis Kidhaven in Fulton. From right to left, Doug Caster, Jim Schreck, Shuba 2 Construction Owners Dan and Sandy Shue, President of the Fulton Kiwanis Club Brenda Niver and Tom Mirabito are pictured during Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Opening Day Ceremony July 2. Shuba 2 provided labor and materials to repair the roof on the building at the park used for concessions, bathrooms and storage. Photo by Rob Tetro
Kiwanis Club members thank Shuba 2 Construction for repairs made to Kiwanis Kidhaven in Fulton. From right to left, Doug Caster, Jim Schreck, Shuba 2 Construction Owners Dan and Sandy Shue, President of the Fulton Kiwanis Club Brenda Niver and Tom Mirabito are pictured during Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Opening Day Ceremony July 2. Shuba 2 provided labor and materials to repair the roof on the building at the park used for concessions, bathrooms and storage.
Photo by Rob Tetro

Lake Neatahwanta: Making kids’ fishing dreams come true

Marshall Kise, an instructor for McGrath and Associates Carp Angling Services, wading in Lake Neatahwanta while giving lessons in Tenkara, a fly-fishing technique developed in Japan.
Marshall Kise, an instructor for McGrath and Associates Carp Angling Services, wading in Lake Neatahwanta while giving lessons in Tenkara, a fly-fishing technique developed in Japan.

Submitted by Spider Rybaak

From the shoreline, Lake Neatahwanta in Fulton looks like it’s in bad shape.

A slick of blue green algae reaches out from the bank like an undulating coat of cracked paint. The smell is awful.  Continue reading

Fulton Kiwanis baseball hits the field

Do It Right Plumbing Batter Brianna Coakley and Fulton Screen Printing Catcher Isabella Schultz are photographed during a Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Softball Game on July 9 at Fulton’s Kiwanis Kidhaven.
Do It Right Plumbing Batter Brianna Coakley and Fulton Screen Printing Catcher Isabella Schultz are photographed during a Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Softball Game on July 9 at Fulton’s Kiwanis Kidhaven.
Pathfinder Bank Batter Hope Morrison is pictured during a Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Softball Game against Reality USA on July 9 at Kiwanis Kidhaven in Fulton.
Pathfinder Bank Batter Hope Morrison is pictured during a Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Softball Game against Reality USA on July 9 at Kiwanis Kidhaven in Fulton.
Patterson Warehouse Batter Alex Crisafulli and Oswego County Ambulance Catcher Avery Farfaglia are pictured during a Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Minor League Game on July 7 at Fulton’s Kiwanis Kidhaven.
Patterson Warehouse Batter Alex Crisafulli and Oswego County Ambulance Catcher Avery Farfaglia are pictured during a Fulton Kiwanis Baseball Minor League Game on July 7 at Fulton’s Kiwanis Kidhaven.

Shulick King of Wings at Oswego Speedway event

A Kingly Dave Shullick Jr stands tall in Oswego Speedway’s ISMA King of Wings victory lane.
A Kingly Dave Shullick Jr stands tall in Oswego Speedway’s ISMA King of Wings victory lane.

Submitted by Jim Feeney

The ISMA Supermodifieds were back at the infamous “Steel Palace” of Oswego Speedway for the sixth edition of the Shea Concrete King of Wings Saturday night and Dave Shulick topped the stout 31-car field from practice through the checkered flag. Continue reading

Friday Night Lights wrestling July 18 in Fulton

On Friday July 18, Fulton’s Athletic Complex will be transformed into a wrestling venue for the “4th Annual Friday Night Lights Wrestling Festival”. More than 300 wrestlers from all over New York state and beyond have participated in the annual event. Peewee wrestlers will compete first at 6 p.m. and wrestling will run continuously finishing with college wrestlers in the open division. Wrestlers will range in age from 5 years old up to adults. Shown here is a view from last year’s wrestling event.
On Friday July 18, Fulton’s Athletic Complex will be transformed into a wrestling venue for the “4th Annual Friday Night Lights Wrestling Festival”. More than 300 wrestlers from all over New York state and beyond have participated in the annual event. Peewee wrestlers will compete first at 6 p.m. and wrestling will run continuously finishing with college wrestlers in the open division. Wrestlers will range in age from 5 years old up to adults. Shown here is a view from last year’s wrestling event.