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Sunday, January 21, 2018

High School

High School

Johnson continues to see success at West Seneca West

Suffice to say, Juston Johnson's transfer to West Seneca West has gone quite well. A state championship football season in the fall as a receiver...

O’Hara thumps the Thunder

Cardinal O’Hara Lady Basketball is known for two things; pressure and tempo. The rest will take care of itself. The Hawks overcame an early scare by...

No Stopping Sireika as St. Francis tops O’Hara

Bo Sireika is not the biggest, loudest or fastest guy on the team. He doesn’t lead the team in scoring every night, but with...

Post-Christmas wrestling wrap up

While the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) mandated two-pound post-Christmas weight allowance is generous, the typical schedule of high school wresting...

New-Look Cleveland Hill Girls Basketball Looking To Remain A Winner

A new face is back with the Cleveland Hill High School girls basketball team and two of the program's all-time greats have graduated. So...

Mid-season Section VI wrestling report

It’s nearly mid-season for high school wrestling in upstate New York, but the course of the season takes a completely different route once Christmas...

Legends claim ECIC wrestling tournament crown

The Lancaster Legends secured the ECIC tournament team title on Saturday at Starpoint High School, scoring 173.5 team points to second place Iroquois’ 153....

Lew-Port handles the Bulldogs

Life is not about action, it’s about reaction. Lewiston-Porter head coach Matt Bradshaw told his junior point guard, Jake Kasbaum, he wasn’t being aggressive enough...

Niagara Catholic Holds Off Clarence To Start Public Vs. Private Challenge

The Niagara Catholic High School boys basketball team used its defensive press to take the lead and then held off the pressure of Clarence's...

World taking Timon by storm

Not many people would’ve blamed Alero World for leaving after all the uncertainty surrounding Bishop Timon this summer. As a junior, he could’ve gone...