Girls Soccer: 2nd half push lifts CNS over Oneida


Kyra Shlotzhauer recorded 15 saves for Oneida in the defeat. Read other stories about Oneida sports: www.OneidaDispatch.com/topic/OneidaSports Read other stories about girls soccer: www.OneidaDispatch ‘

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Cicero-North Syracuse 2, Oneida 0 >> Oneida and Cicero-North Syracuse entered halftime of Friday’s girls soccer clash scoreless, but CNS’ Ashlyn Slate and Ashley Evans both added second half tallies to push CNS past Oneida 2-0. Kyra Shlotzhauer recorded 15 saves for Oneida in the defeat.

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Kanye West Apologizes to Drake Over ‘Lift Yourself’ Beat, Pusha

Kanye West apologized to Drake in a series of tweets Wednesday following reports that the two rappers had a falling out.

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Kanye West apologized to Drake in a series of tweets Wednesday following reports that the two rappers had a falling out over the “Lift Yourself” beat and West’s perceived role in the Pusha-T diss tracks “Infrared” and “The Story of Adidon.”

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Portville, Fillmore to meet for title

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FILLMORE ‘ Returning seven starters from an 11-6-1 team, Portville girls soccer coach Jesse Archer couldn’t have asked for a better start to the 2018 season.

The Panthers rolled to a 6-0 win over Arkport/Canaseraga on Thursday in the Fillmore Tournament, with senior Bryn Milne netting five of the goals.

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Of Milne, he added: ‘She’s just strong to the ball and relentless. If we can find any space up front and play the ball in there, there’s always a chance.’

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‘PLAYING WITH STEVE SPOILS YOU’

Steve Nash grew up in Victoria, B.C. pretending to be Isiah Thomas or Magic Johnson on the court with his buddies. On Friday night, he’ll take the stage at Symphony Hall in Springfield, Mass. and explain what it means to him to be formally inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame alongside those childhood heroes. Over the 18 years he played in the NBA and internationally, Nash’s style and outlook shaped how the game is played today, even five years after his last full season. Stranger things have happened in the realm of sports than a B.C. boy reaching basketball’s hallowed ground, but the list isn’t all that long.

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