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Monday, December 11, 2017

High School

High School

Strong D’ Wins it for Ken-East

The Kenmore East Lady Bulldogs had trouble carrying over the success they picked up after winning the Tip-Off tournament last weekend. But after a...

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...

Lady Tigers Get First Win of Season

The Amherst Tigers’ girls basketball team registered their first win of the 2016-17 season by defeating the Iroquois Chiefs by a score of 56-43. It...

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...

Lakemen Basketball Looks to Take Niagara Orleans League

The Wilson Lakemen look to improve on their 7-7 2015-16 league record, behind a team of seasoned veterans. The Lakemen expect to rely heavily...

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...

Hutch Looks to Engineer Another Championship

New Hutch-Tech head coach Dan Conley didn't hesitate when he talked about what would be key to a successful season: Character. Conley, who replaces former...

Marauders Get Out of Lions’ Den Alive After Late Thriller

LOCKPORT- “Oh, December, we dearly missed you,” said every Western New York high school basketball fan on Friday night as multiple tournaments kicked off...

Clarence Boys Basketball Looks To Emulate Fall Sports Success

The Clarence High School boys basketball team may have been behind schedule for most of the preseason but coach Doug Ratka is OK with...

Eagles Look For New Voices to Lead the Way

Every new season brings new challenges. For the CSAT Lady Eagles varsity basketball team 2016-17 will definitely present its share of hurdles to clear. The...