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Friday, July 21, 2017

Canisius

Canisius

Woods Commits To Rutgers

Paul Woods and his family have a lot to celebrate this week. Tuesday marked his mother’s birthday and Wednesday is his parents’ 17th wedding anniversary....

Miller Leads the Way as Marauders Sweep Crusaders

Kenmore- The St. Joe’s Marauders defeated their rival Canisius by a score of 5-2 Wednesday, sweeping the Crusaders in the opening round of the...

With MLB Draft Approaching, Dan Dallas has a Message for WNY Ball Players

At this time last year Dan Dallas was capping off a memorable four-year baseball career at Canisius High School. The Georgetown Cup was within...
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Canisius Edges Kenmore

When the final whistle blew, the Canisius ruby players were overjoyed and ran to the middle of the field to celebrate. Canisius captain Jack Wiles...

Crusaders Meet The Mayor, Get Rings

It was an afternoon that brought back a flood of memories from the best season of their lives. On Tuesday afternoon, coaches and players from...

Marauders Leaving No Doubt

Prior to the game St. Joe's hockey coach Rich Crozier told his boys he wanted them to leave no doubt as to who the...

Joe’s vs. Canisius-One More Time

For some reason there is always this feeling that St.Joe's and Canisius facing each other on Super Monday is a gimmie. But when St.Joe's...

Bishop Timon Pulls Away Late to Down Canisius

By Adam Gorski The Crusaders hopes to avenge their previous loss to Timon were dashed thanks to a strong second half, as the Tigers left...

St. Joe’s Dominates in Catholic Wrestling Championship

A dominant season for the St. Joe’s High School wrestling team continued on the grand stage. With seven champions and four second-place finishers, the Marauders...

Six Crusaders Are Ready For The World

By Dave Ricci John Paul Bobak summed it up best for everyone on this special day. “Thanks you guys for all of the great memories,” Bobak...