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Tuesday, January 23, 2018

Basketball

Basketball

OP Looks to Build on Recent Success

The Orchard Park Quakers Boys Varsity Basketball team will look to build on their recent success from last season. They finished with a 16-6...

Hemphill Leads Hawks Past CCA

It took the Cardinal O'Hara Hawks a quarter to wake up, but in the end a hot shooting performance in the final 24 minutes...

Star Seniors Borgosz. Clark Lead Depew Past Lancaster

By Mike Pidanick It was Senior Night for Depew High School girls basketball and it was only fitting that two seniors that have led...

Thunder Gets Senior Night ‘W’

Some Senior Night's mean a little bit more than others. You can just feel it. Senior Kelly Burns had 19 points as the Thunder beat...

Tigers Defend Tournament Title With Late Surge Over Jacks

AMHERST- After their 19-point loss to Bishop Timon on Dec. 16, the Amherst Tigers basketball team had their backs against the wall and were...

Bishop-Timon Hangs on to Down Nichols

Despite Nichols’ best efforts at one of the crazier comebacks of the year, it was the Bishop-Timon Tigers who hung on for the 55-42...

Jacks Grow As Players, And As Men

Saturday is when the celebration happened, but Monday is when the magnitude of what the Lumberjacks did truly set in. On March 4, the North...

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...

Jacks Focused on Making Minutes Count

North Tonawanda boys' basketball coach Ryan Mountain said the new season will be built around the simple, but fitting, motto of 'strength in numbers'. When...

NT, Health Sciences Advance to FWR

For North Tonawanda, it was another achievement for their box of accomplishments. For Health Sciences, it was a chance to prove their worth in front...