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Boys Federation Hockey Preview: Small Schools

The brackets are all set for the Small Schools division in the WNY Federation Hockey Section VI Championship. Last year West Seneca East (WSE)...

WNY Fed Hockey: HarborCenter hosts trio of rivalry games

Canisius tops Joe’s 4-2 The Crusaders have extended their unbeaten streak to four games (3-0-1) after an impressive 4-2 win over their arch rivals St....

January 12-15 Weekend Wrestling Wrap-UP

The second weekend in January saw some scheduling movements for tournaments to accommodate sectional dual meet tournaments statewide as well as the first annual...

Spencerport rolls to Cheektowaga Duals title

The Spencerport Rangers wrestling team rolled to the team title at Saturday’s Warrior Duals held at Cheektowaga Central High School. The tradition rich Rangers...

Defending champs FLOP open up Tuesday vs KENGI

Six teams in action Tuesday Last season head coach Bob Klimowicz helped guide the Frontier, Lake Shore, Orchard Park (FLOP) girls’ varsity hockey team to...

Williamsville takes on HEWS to kick-off 8th season of Girls High-School Hockey

Season eight of Girls Federation High School Hockey in WNY officially begins this afternoon at Riverworks. The all-girls team made up of the three...

WNY Football Friday Recap: Week 4

Class AA Williamsville North 24 Orchard Park 21 The Spartans rallied from a 14 point deficit in the fourth quarter to defeat the visiting Quakers 24-21....

Hamburg Remains Top Dog

The Hamburg Bulldogs and the Niagara Wheatfield Falcons matched each other goal for goal in the first half. The second half was a different story. Hamburg...

The Legacy Continues in Hamburg

The Hamburg Bulldogs are used to the sectional final stage, that doesn’t mean they still don’t feel a little nervous about it. “We don’t want...

Will South, Amherst Take the Crown

One side had been there before. The other, not so much. In the Section IV Class A1 Girls Finals, it was No. 1 and now...