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Sweet Home

Sweet Home

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...

Sweet Home Continues Impressive Start With Tournament Win Over Host Amherst

The Sweet Home High School boys basketball team has come a long way since losing 18 games in 2015-16. On Thursday night, the Panthers...

Boys Fed Hockey: Sweet Home and Starpoint off to quick starts

PANTHERS POUND LIONS, WIN 6-2 The Sweet Home Panthers used an offensive explosion in the second and third periods to take down the Lockport Lions...

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...

Week 6 Inside High-School Sports Large/Small School Rankings

There is a shake up in our Large and Small School Rankings, have a look! INSIDE HIGH-SCHOOL SPORTS LARGE/SMALL SCHOOL FOOTBALLL RANKINGS RANK LARGE SCHOOL SMALL SCHOOL 1 CANISIUS (6) MARYVALE (7) 2 LANCASTER (5) CHEEKTOWAGA...

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....

Panthers Defeat Warriors in Thriller

“Absolutely incredible.” “Exciting.” “I still have to catch my breath.” Those were just some of the words that were used to describe the last-second, come-from-behind victory by...

New Coach, Same Expectations for the Panthers

Every August for the past 30 years John Faller has shared his love of football with and set high expectations for the young men...

McDuffie Ready for the Future

Dylan McDuffie can’t help but think about the future. Last week, he said goodbye to his cousin Isaiah, who’s going to Boston College to play...