By Rob Tetro
The Hannibal varsity baseball team went 1-2 in its last 3 games and now has an overall record of 1-7.
On April 25, Hannibal topped Red Creek, 5-4, to win its first game of the season. They lost to Cazenovia 4-0 in Game 1 of an April 28 doubleheader. In Game 2 of the doubleheader, Cazenovia cruised to a 14-0 win over the Warriors.
In the Red Creek win, the Warriors jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the first. The second inning was scoreless but then Red Creek pulled ahead scoring two runs in the third. Continue reading
By Rob Tetro
The Fulton varsity baseball team lost its last three games and now have a 1-10 overall record.
On April 24, Christian Brothers Academy knocked off Fulton, 14-4. The Red Raiders fell to county foe, Oswego, 11-5 on April 26. Bishop Ludden topped Fulton, 9-1 on May 2.
CBA jumped out to a 1-0 lead over Fulton during the first inning of their game and the second inning was scoreless. Then CBA added its lead, scoring five unanswered runs during the third inning to take a 6-0 lead. Continue reading
By Rob Tetro
The Fulton boys’ varsity lacrosse team lost 4 of its first 6 games of the season.
On March 28, East Syracuse Minoa slipped past Fulton, 8-7. New Hartford knocked off the Red Raiders 10-6 April 1.
On April 3, Fulton topped Cortland, 11-6 for its first win of the season. Westhill cruised past the Red Raiders 8-2 April 5.
On April 8, Fulton rolled past Whitesboro 12-6. Jamesville-DeWitt came away with an impressive 15-4 win over the Red Raiders April 10.
By Rob Tetro
Boys’ and girls’ basketball camps will be held in Fulton this July at the War Memorial.
Camps will be directed by Fulton boys’ varsity basketball coach Matt Kimpland and Fulton girls’ varsity basketball coach Derek Lyons, as well as other coaches and assistants within each program.
Junior varsity and varsity players will also have active roles in each camp, serving as camp coaches.
Youths going into fourth grade through eighth grade are eligible to participate in the camps. Camp involvement includes offensive skills based drills, defensive skills based drills and multiple games/scrimmages. Gatorade Players of the Day will be named and attendees will get a camp T-shirt.
Camps run from July 7 to 11. Boys’ camp is from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. each day and girls’ camp is from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. each day.
Cost is $50 per child (if 2 siblings participate, it’s $35 for the second child).
Parents and guardians seeking sign-up sheets, or anyone with more questions, should email either Kimpland at firstname.lastname@example.org or Lyons at email@example.com.
By Rob Tetro
The Phoenix varsity baseball team won its last three games and now has an overall record of 6-2.
On April 22, the Firebirds topped Skaneateles, 7-0. Phoenix rolled past Jordan-Elbridge, 13-2, on April 25 and they beat county foe, Pulaski, 6-1 on April 28.
In the Skaneateles game, the Firebirds jumped out to a 2-1 lead in the first inning. The next two innings were scoreless, but then Phoenix continued to add to its lead.
Phoenix outscored Skaneateles 3-2 during the fourth inning for a 5-3 lead. Then in the fifth, the Firebirds pulled away, scoring six unanswered runs to push their lead to 11-3. Skaneateles did cut into the lead by scoring two runs in the sixth, but couldn’t make up the deficit as Phoenix won 11-5.
Leading the way for the Firebirds were Dan Frawley and Bryce Plante, with 2 hits and 2 RBI against Skaneateles. Following Frawley and Plante was Emilio Tassone with 2 hits, Codie Corso had a hit and 2 RBI, Zach Schlacter, Bradley Dietz and Dylan Borza added a hit and an RBI each while Jordan Jock and Zachary Wells chipped in a hit each.
Emilio Tassone earned the win on the mound for the Firebirds, throwing 6 strikeouts while allowing 5 runs off 8 hits in 6 innings pitched. In relief of Tassone, Dan Frawley threw a strikeout in an inning of work.
In the Jordan-Elbridge game, Phoenix wasted little time establishing a lead, going to 2-0 in the first inning. Following a scoreless second inning, Phoenix began cushioning its lead, scoring five unanswered runs during the third and fourth innings to take a 7-0 lead.
The Firebirds quickly put the game out of reach, outscoring J-E 6-1 during the fifth inning to extend the lead to 13-1. The Eagles scored in the sixth inning to cut the deficit to 11 runs, but that was it as Phoenix cruised to a 13-2 win.
The Firebirds were led by Emilio Tassone with 3 hits and 4 RBI including a homerun. Following Tassone was Dan Frawley with 3 hits and 2 RBI, Bryce Plante had 3 hits, Jordan Jock chipped in 2 hits and 3 RBI, Bradley Dietz added 2 hits and Dylan Borza and Zach Schlacter combined for a hit and an RBI.
Dan Frawley earned the win for Phoenix on the mound. In six innings of work, Frawley threw 10 strikeouts while allowing 2 runs off 6 hits. In relief of Frawley, Bradley Dietz threw a strikeout in an inning pitched.
The Firebirds jumped out to an early 1-0 lead over Pulaski in the first inning and the piled it on from there. They outscored Pulaski 3-1 during the second inning to take a 4-1 lead. Phoenix then scored two more runs in the third en route to a 6-1 win.
Leading the way for Pulaski were Mike Haskins, Dylan Hess, Kody Koehler, Matt Krebs, Cody Mosher and Tom Taplin with a hit each.
On the mound, Erik Oakes started the game for Pulaski, throwing a strikeout while allowing 5 runs off 3 hits in 2 innings of work. In relief of Oakes, Tom Taplin threw 2 strikeouts while allowing a run off a hit in 4 innings pitched. Cody Mosher threw a strikeout in one inning of work.
Phoenix was led by Zach Schlacter with 2 hits and 3 RBI, followed by Dan Frawley with a hit and an RBI and Bryce Plante with a hit.
Jordan Jock earned the win on the mound for the Firebirds. In 6 innings pitched, Jock threw a strikeout and allowed one run off six hits. Bradley Dietz earned the save in an inning of work.
Fulton Ultimate Frisbee meets at 601 State Route 176 in Fulton and has been doing so for the past seven years. The group meets at 5:30 p.m. Mondays and Thursdays beginning May 15.
Ultimate Frisbee is a combination of football and soccer, but it’s with a frisbee and is no contact. the sport includes people of different skill and athletic levels who compete on the same field with balanced teams.
Organizer Robert Wimhart said “we have a very relaxed attitude and a group with many beginners, so all are welcome. We are planning three scrimmages against neighboring teams this summer, as well as a trip to the Liverpool frisbee golf course.”
This is a totally free group; no registration fees. The easiest way to sign up is to join our Facebook group, Facebook.com/groups/FultonUltimate. We can also be reached via cell phone, (203) 215-6866, or email, FultonUltimate@Zoho.com.
Oswego County Federal Credit Union is the new Splash and Dash Title Sponsor, said Tri-Oswego Race Director Shane Broadwell.
“Tri-Oswego could not exist without the support of community driven businesses like OCFCU,” he said. “Together, we are committed to making sure that our youth athletes will get the best race experience possible.”
The USAT Sanctioned Splash & Dash is a youth aquathlon consisting of a timed 200-yard indoor swim followed by a 1.6 mile run where youth athletes will run side-by-side with adult triathletes to the event’s finish line in Breitbeck Park.
The Oswego event is part of the USAT Splash & Dash Series, making it one of only 50 events of its kind being held in the United States this year.
“The Oswego County FCU has long been committed to serving the community of Oswego. We are very proud to be the sponsor of the Splash and Dash this year,” said Bill Carhart, chief executive officer of Oswego County Federal Credit Union.
“ As kids nationwide struggle with obesity events like the splash and dash are sorely needed to keep our kids active and healthy,” he said.
“Several races offer youth elements but few, if any, have youth athletes running next to adult athletes and crossing the finish line together at a major event,” said Christopher Jones, Assistant Race Director for Tri-Oswego.
Registration for the Tri-Oswego Splash & Dash is open to children ages 11-15 years old. The $25 registration includes a required One-Day USAT membership, race shirt, finisher’s medal, and cool race swag.
Tri-Oswego Triathlon is in its fourth year and more than 300 athletes from across the country compete yearly. For more information about the race, go to www.tri-oswego.com