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Friday, July 21, 2017

High School

High School

Thunder Looks to Repeat

It's a new year and a new team, but the end goal is still the same: raise a championship plaque. Last season was a memorable...

NT Has Depth on the Court

Depth is a magical word. It will always make any high school coach smile. North Tonawanda boys' volleyball coach Luke Hodgson is definitely smiling these...

Orchard Park Football Ready For Another Championship Run

There's a giant bulls-eye on the back of the Orchard Park High School football team as the Quakers look to defend their latest Class...

Lakemen Look To Make Title Dreams Come True

On paper, it looks as if Newfane is the odds on favorite to claim the Niagara-Orleans title in boys' varsity soccer. The Wilson Lakemen, however,...

Mustangs Could Be Dark Horse That Wins Race

The thrill of the race is knowing that there is the chance for a dark horse to pull the upset that gets everyone talking. When...

Medina Boys Soccer Tops Tonawanda

Medina/Lyndonville won their first game in dramatic fashion by scoring 2 goals in the final minutes to defeat Tonawanda 2-1. Vassilios Bitsas was the man of...

Young Tigers Must Step Up

The Amherst Tigers football team had an 0-8 record in 2015. Despite their record, Head Coach Jason Beckman is proud of the 2015 team. "Our kids...

Cleveland Hill Football Preview

CHEEKTOWAGA, NY - - The High School Football season is in full swing after Scrimmage Saturday concluded last weekend. Many players are anxious and...

West Seneca West Football Preview

WEST SENECA, NY - - The West Seneca West Indians are hoping to feed off their 2015 campaign that saw the Indians go 4-5...

Lady Blue Devils Ready To Make Mark in NFL

Kenmore West girls' varsity soccer coach Clarence Boatman doesn't want to start counting his wins before they happen, but even on the first day...