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Sunday, October 22, 2017

Baseball

Baseball

Bishop Timon Powers Past O’Hara

A team focusing up when it matters the most is crucial in all sports, and a majority of the time that team wins the...

Warriors Use Small Ball

Winning starts with a belief that you can get the job done, no matter what the odds are and what the scoreboard reads. Right now,...

Tonawanda Earns First Win

There's nothing quite like that first win of the season. Freshman Austin Schroeder tossed a three-hit gem as Class B-2 Tonawanda scored a 5-3 upset...

Lakemen Looking To Take Next Step

You know a team has bought into a coach's message when they understand the process of getting to your ultimate goal is a combination...

Big Fourth Inning Lifts St. Joe’s Over Aquinas

A slow start at the plate for St. Joe's didn’t hold them back, as the bats were unleashed in the fourth and propelled them...

Legends Taking It One Inning At A Time

The start of every season is when teams start tossing around the stock lines of playing as a family or taking it one game...

Pride Returns To Diamonds in Lumber City

As the North Tonawanda Lumberjack baseball and Lady Jacks softball teams hit the diamonds this spring the coaching staffs are trying to hit on...

Hawks Looking to Move Forward

 A team can’t dwell on the past, and the Cardinal O’Hara Hawks are following that mantra. After a disappointing 1-9 overall regular season, the Hawks...

Experienced Panthers ‘Buy In’

The 2016 season was a season to forget for the Sweet Home Panthers baseball team. The Panthers went a disappointing 5-17, and 2-10 in...

Healthy Bulldogs Look to Rebound

The Kenmore East Bulldogs Baseball team was hit hard with the injury bug last season. The injuries and inconsistent defensive play throughout the year gave...