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Basketball

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Tamburri Honors His Mom By Leading Lancaster Past OP

Throughout a most-difficult ordeal, Alec Tamburri's many friends at Lancaster High School have been by his side. On Tuesday night, he was there for...

Mount Meets over McCarthy

Senior Meighan Murphy emerged from the meeting with tears streaming down her face. “It isn't fair,” Murphy said, as she struggled to compose herself. Murphy, a...

McCarthy Won’t return to Mount

Shocking news came out of Mt. St. Mary Academy that well liked varsity basketball coach Michael McCarthy would not be returning for a fourth...

Lady Blue Devils Deliver Lunches And Smiles

By Dave Ricci It was a day where the Lady Blue Devils had almost as many smiles as they gave. On Saturday, January 21, the members...

Torres is Mom to Macks

A lot of teams call themselves a family. But a genuine smile spreads across the face of McKinley girls' basketball coach Sara Torres when...

Hummel Brings Fresh Start To NT

Newly arrived as the new girls' varsity basketball coach at North Tonawanda High School, Cathy Hummel is obviously focused on getting the best out...

No Quit In Burlow

By Dave Ricci As I was about to snap Samantha Burlow's photo she asked if she could keep her sport-goggles on. “They're my trademark,”...

O’Hara Continues to Fly High

After losing two starters, including one who is now playing Division I College Basketball, to graduation, Cardinal O’Hara Girls Basketball Head Coach Nick O’Neil...

Ferguson’s Final Shot

It was one of those moments that reminds us of why we love sports, especially high school sports, so much. And it was a...

Bulldogs Have Big Night

Before the Ladyjacks knew what hit them it was too late. Serena Sordetto scored 19 points and earned Player of the Game honors as Kenmore...
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