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Eagle-bulletin. ([Fayetteville, N.Y.]) 1979-current, January 01, 1986, Image 17

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Fayptte^ili^}^^ teani is a comebaqk te^^^j^i^^clok^Maiy^Gajirley. M . * \A|te'rslpsing toW6st ; Genesee in heartbreakm^^ two.'weeks ago- and having had the. Oswego *niateh-ipost- ponedVit would haftf been easy to understand if FM lost to I^iyerpooMnT^^OHSt Nort;h^sTiowdowh ^el^jmher 20. however, the Hornets came backiftoma weak second game , jajncLbeaktheJK^^ to.stay.tted •for the lead in the* league. F^Fs 15-7,13-15,15-6 win came without the services ©f Maggie Hennigan in the first game who was absent dlierto injury.. But the,Hornets were to have their best matchyet as aJKerry Hutchinson-block propelled-FM-^the'-easv-sfirst game.^rCJErmSmith provided the sp^'al^ng.wiu^ny Schniitt in making great saves while MighelleSimonelwas five-for-seyen on kills. ' ** Peggy'Kingston's leadership keptFM in control as well as the Warriors were stifled by a steady Hornet game. The second game saw FM in great shape until Smith was injured and the Warriors rallied past a shaken FM squad for a close win: The, Hornets were prepared for the last game as Smith came back in and the team played nearly flawless volleyball to improve their record to 6-1. \My whole team was just outstanding,\ Cawley said af­ terward. \While Liverpool's a good team I don't feel they played their best -game. But we certainly played our best match yet. If I had to give a reason why we won I think it was because we were a little more intense than Liverpool.\ i^ - ,. ; _ .. itTrTTUfTrrw FM's Chris Collier had the upper hand in his match against Cazenovla's Rich Havranek Friday afternoon In the JD Collier, Hornet team captain, pinned his opponent in the 126-pound weight class. Photo/Graham L. Johnson Holiday Classic Wrestling Tournament. 71-51 Loss For The Fayetteville-Manlius boys basketball team tasted de­ feat for the first time this season when the Hornets faced Liver­ pool in an away game December 20. Coach Walt Munze's Hornets fell. 7||Sl^al|b:6Ugh -the game was mucV closer than that indi- cateB^csix-point Liverpool lead late in the game was stretched afterMatt Roe fouled out. IWedidn^t executewell at all waswouf^bii^TOffnr^-fi^a^- spite being much \smaller than Liverpo&hat almost every posi­ tion. The third quarter found FM taking the lead twice though the team still wasn't sharp as in the earlier Henninger and Jamesville-DeWitt contests. Liverpool played patient de­ fense all night, and when Roe fouled out with four minutes left, the home team slowly wide­ ned the lead up to the buzzer. Roe led the FM scoring with 20 points while Ed Williams added nine. *3niey were good defensively, but 1 i ^a&'^bw^&Whf&ey- - v.- X,f ' •• -' N> ° v m 0) (D © O e 5T '3 m mm Mike Kalin of Fayetteville-Manlius, in the upper pos­ ition, wrestled Tim Marris of Cazenovia in their bout in the Jamesville-DeWitt Holiday Classic Wrestling Tournament December 27. Marris, team captain for the Lakers, wen the 105-pound match. FM won 39-27. The team tourney was organized in a round- robin format and continued December 28. Final team results were not, available as of press time. Photo/ Graham L. Johnson. made'ybu Workifor; askets. 'We're just going-to have to play betterithafs all there is to it,iL Munze added. Earns Field Hockey Honors Jamesville-DeWitt's girls basketball team rebounded from its loss to Nottingham with a re­ sounding win at Fowler De­ cember 19. Coach Rick Ellison's Red Rams beat the Falcons 66-23 in the one-sided affair to improve to 4-1 on the season. Nine players reached the scor­ ing column for JD in the win with Amy LaCombe leading the way with 20 points. Anne Schef- tic added 15 for JD while Lisa Cooney poured in eight. otriencorc _ Cindy Adreatta with seven, Nona Alien\ six, Sue lannotta Proeepio's- -riors^Liverpool ran up a 30-7 an ^ Francine Mandelis with j_girisbas- leadearlylnthegame-andheld ^hre«^<&,and_GaU_Tosh and ketball teani dropped ftsHliird Dn^-for-the-win, _ — tij RosalierLyckette with two\ apiece. 5 — Jane DeGrenier of Manlius has been named to the All-New York State field hockey team for 1985. A senior at Ithaca College,she plays the link position for \the Bombers. She was the number- two scorer for Ithaca this past ^seaaoji^withJElve goalCand a team-high eight assists. She-was- honored by her teammates as the squad's most valuable offen­ sive player. A physical education major, she is a 1982 graduate of Fayetteville-Manlius High School. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis De- J2rj|nier L King Rd., Manli«« Liverpool Defeats FM 50-32 CoacTT Dx Jef6meMejss / Optometrists FAMILY VISION CARE • Saturday Appointments Available • Contact lenses - glasses • Visual Perceptual Assessment of Learning Disabled Children • Sports Vision Consulation By AppH. only 472-0339 8076 MANLIUS - CAZENOVIA ROAD (RT. 92) MANLIUS, NEW YORK Tony \Fayetteville= game in a row after two wins last week. The Hornets traveled to Liverpool December 20 and felTto the top Class A team in Section Three by a 50-32 score. FM fell behind early as numerous turnovers were token advantage of by the host War- Molly Elliott led FM withTT points while Theone Kalkanis added five. Teri McCarthy and Joy Felton had four apiece! and Jennifer Rogers arid Bridget Kobor had two points each. JD jumped out .to a 10-2 first- quarter lead and a 3Q.-6 halftime lead and never looked back as the Rams tallied their second highest point total this year. 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