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Monday, January 22, 2018

Football

Football

Bears Drown Gators at Home

The John F. Kennedy Bears traveled 65 miles down to the southern tier to face off against the Allegany-Limestone Gators in a non-league Class...

Ratka Excels In Utility Role

Labels mean nothing. It's all in how you look at it. And if you were to ask Cory Ratka how feels about wearing a...

Roe Runs Hard For Warriors

The Tonawanda Warriors know that a playoff berth will be on the line when they roll into Riverside High School Field on Friday night...

Adams Field Opening on Hold

It appears that the Kenmore East athletic family might have to wait a little longer than planned before they officially cut the ribbon on...

First ever Springville-Jamestown Faceoff Leaves the Griffins with a 32-21 win

Friday night in Springville, NY was nothing short of a usual homecoming: crazy floats that featured everything from Prince to a giant, paper mache...

Casey Leads the Flock to a Comeback Win

Dylan Casey played much bigger than the 5’ 8”, 175 pounds he is listed at on Saturday, scoring all four of Maryvale’s touchdowns in their...

Miracle Finish Gives Lancaster Win at Orchard Park

Lancaster junior Jake Michalski couldn't believe his eyes, couldn't believe his luck and couldn't believe his speed. And nobody could believe the finish on Saturday...

Wilson Wins Nail-biter Over JFK

The Wilson Lakemen and John F. Kennedy Bears knew coming into their matchup on Saturday afternoon that their game had a huge indication of...

Ramblers Hand Marauders Tough Loss

They say it's better to be lucky than good. Cathedral Prep is a little bit of both. The Ramblers used a 21-point first quarter to...

Spartans Rally At “The Coliseum” Over Jacks

As the old saying goes, “It ain’t over until the fat lady sings.” The Starpoint Spartans rallied from an eight-point deficit at halftime to...