Manlius Sports News

Local high school, college, and pro sports news in Manlius, NY

  • Yesterday | via The Post-Standard 

    Wittig shines and F-M gets home win over Baldwinsville

    Jake Wittig carried Fayetteville-Manlius past Baldwinsville and Timothy Marshall's game high 27 points on Tuesday to earn a 68-61 victory. Wittig came up short of Marshall, scoring a team high 26 points, but the All-CNY point guard had a complete game and added 11 assists, six rebounds and six steals to his stat line.


  • Saturday Dec 13 | via Eagle Observer 

    WG boys hoops sweep F-M, Auburn

    In recent years, West Genesee's boys basketball team had not enjoyed many pleasurable moments while on the same court as Fayetteville-Manlius, often on the wrong end of lopsided defeats punctuated by a barrage of Hornets 3-pointers. This only made the Wildcats' 73-57 victory at F-M last Tuesday night that much sweeter, for in the face of the vaunted "Hornets Nest" student section, WG took charge during the second quarter and did not let go the rest of the way.


  • Thursday Dec 11 | via The Post-Standard 

    Former Fayetteville-Manlius star TJ Wheatley named B...

    Former Fayetteville-Manlius High School football star Tyrone "TJ" Wheatley Jr. has been named the 37th Buffalo News Player of the Year . Wheatley is a 6-foot-6, 265-pound senior defensive end/tight end at Canisius High school and one of the most coveted college prospects in the nation.


  • Wednesday Dec 10 | via The Post-Standard 

    Meet the 2014 All-Central New York boys soccer team

    The 2014 All-CNY boys soccer team Tyler Modzeleski, Cazenovia; Gerrit Church, Manlius Pebble Hill; Jake Etoll, Westhill; Mike Smith, Christian Brothers Academy; Gavin Gleasman, Clinton; David Johnson, Tully; Evan Cornell, Cazenovia; Tyler Lichtenstein, Jamesville-DeWitt; Jean Paul Mboyo, Fowler. Eli Goodell, Skaneateles; Billy Patrick, Skaneateles; Coach of the Year Jeff Hammond, Fayetteville-Manlius; Justin Prentice, Cortland.


  • Wednesday Dec 10 | via The Post-Standard 

    Tysen Tresness of F-M is the All-CNY boys soccer Pla...

    Before his senior season at Fayetteville-Manlius, Tysen Tresness was talking to his father, Greg, when he allowed as to how it would be "really cool" if he could earn high school All-American soccer honors. Tresness recalled Tuesday that his father later told him he didn't think Tysen had a great chance to reach that high plateau.


  • Saturday Dec 6 | via The Post-Standard 

    Fayetteville-Manlius runners prove they are the fast...

    After a seven-year championship run at the Nike Cross Nationals came to an end last year for the Fayetteville-Manlius girls cross country team, the Hornets reclaimed the top of the podium this season. The boys team also dominated its race at muddy Glendoveer Golf Course in suburban Portland, and F-M - competing in the event as Manlius XC - became the first school to win boys and girls titles in the same year.


  • Friday Dec 5 | via Ogdensburg Courier-Observer/Journal 

    SLC boys skate past OFA; Potsdam, Canton win Corbett...

    The St. Lawrence Central boys hockey team opened the 2014-15 season by turning back NAC Division II rival OFA 3-1 at the Tri-Town Arena on Friday. The visiting Blue Devils, who opened their season on Wednesday with a 5-1 loss at home to Norwood-Norfolk, opened the scoring against the Larries when Burke Comeau finished off a play set up by Middlemiss 4:45 into the game.


  • Wednesday Dec 3 | via Eagle Star-Review 

    Liverpool boys hoops survives Corcoran

    Somehow, the Warriors navigated through these waters and, with well-timed big plays down the stretch, edged past the Cougars 83-82 when Corcoran settled for a lay-up in the final seconds when a 3-point basket may have forced overtime. From a 10-10 team in 2013-14 that lost in the Section III Class AA quarterfinal to Fayetteville-Manlius, head coach Matt Jacob faced plenty of roster turnover, from graduating seniors like Caleb Taylor to junior Jaydakis Scott not playing this season as he concentrates on football.


  • Tuesday Dec 2 | via The Post-Standard 

    Meet the 2014 All-Central New York boys cross countr...

    The All-Central New York cross country team is the overall top 21 runners at the Section III championship meet in November. Coming tomorrow: All-CNY girls cross country.


Manlius High Schools

Fayetteville-Manlius Senior High School (8201 East Seneca Turnpike)