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Since the Buffalo Public Schools joined Section VI for football in 2010, the South Park Sparks have led the way.
The Sparks were the first...
It was not the summer Matt Myers had planned on heading into his senior year of high school.
In June, Myers received life-changing news. His...
From the beginning of the 2017 football season the Lancaster Legends seemed destined for greatness. Week by week they continued to climb the ladder...
The Canisius Crusaders had every reason, to take the foot off the pedal heading into Saturday’s Monsignor Martin championship game.
They were the defending the...
KeShone Beal -Cheektowaga
Max Giordano -Lancaster
Jayce Johnson -Canisius
Rashad Law -Maryvale
Ryan Mansell -Lancaster
Matt Myers -West Seneca West
CJ Perillo -Iroquois
Jacob Sarow -Akron
Cole Snyder -Southwestern
Aaron Wahler -Cleveland Hill
Make it three in a row for the Williamsville East High School girls volleyball team.
The Flames claimed their third consecutive Class A Far West...
Not often do games live up to the hype. On Saturday night at New Era Field, the Section VI Class A title match-up certainly...
The Cleveland Hill Golden Eagles only threw for four yards Saturday afternoon.
But in a pass-happy offense world, the Golden Eagles show that running the...
As quite possibly the biggest overtime in program history unfolded, the Cheektowaga High School football team turned to KeShone Beal to find the end...
The Lancaster Legends took down the Williamsville North Spartans 35-6 at New Era Field to win their second straight Section VI Class AA championship.