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Friday, July 21, 2017

Sweet Home

Sweet Home

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...

Will North Outlasts the Panthers

It’s true conditioning pays off, just ask the Williamsville North Spartans Boys Lacrosse team. The Spartans were conditioning all last week and it came in...

Baseball is a Family Affair for the Romanowski Brothers

Baseball has been called America’s pastime. For the Romanowski’s, it’s a family pastime. Dave Romanowski grew up playing baseball and when he had kids of...

Experienced Panthers ‘Buy In’

The 2016 season was a season to forget for the Sweet Home Panthers baseball team. The Panthers went a disappointing 5-17, and 2-10 in...

Wing Wins it in OT

The Amherst Tigers’ 2016 campaign ended at the hands of the Sweet Home Panthers. On Thursday night, the Tigers got some sweet revenge. In a...

Straw Seeking State’s

One of the best wrestlers in WNY is heading out Saturday to become the Section VI representatives at State's. Bradley Straw wrestles at 220...

WNY Fed Girls Semi-Finals: KenGI and FLOP Prevail

The Northtown Center in Amherst, NY was rocking Monday night as the semi-final round of the Section VI Girls Hockey Championships got underway. In the...

Mings Makes 100

Sweet Home/Amherst/Clarence senior Julia Mings doesn’t write checks, she pays in CASH. Mings lead No. 3 CASH with five goals and scored her 100th career...

Thursday Night is Fed Night

By Francis Boeck fboeck@fromthe300level.com There was an explosion at the Northtown Center Thursday night, an offensive explosion. In four High School Federation Hockey games (1 girls,...

Amherst Survives Challenge From Rival Sweet Home

On paper, the Amherst High School boys basketball team looked like a pretty good bet to get past Sweet Home in the semifinals of...