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Saturday, September 23, 2017

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WNY Football Friday Recap

Class AA Williamsville North 24 Orchard Park 21 The Spartans rallied from a 14 point deficit in the 4th quarter to defeat the visiting Quakers 24-21....

McCarthy Joins Staff at O’Hara

Mike McCarthy is moving on from the Mount. After four great seasons there as head coach of the varsity girls basketball program, McCarthy accepted...

Snyder Back in the MMAA

Fran Snyder has accepted the Mount St. Mary’s girls varsity basketball coaching position. After spending the last four seasons with the Tapestry Charter School,...

Dedication On and Off the Field

What a year it has been for WNY high-school sports. Across many fields, courts, tracks and rinks in the area, teams and student-athletes at...

Coach Dyrek Leaves Immeasurable Mark on WNY Basketball

Photo Credit to Patrick Cipollone This past Sunday the WNY basketball community received word that Tim Dyrek a longtime assistant with St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute...

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...

Big Signing Day at SJCI

On May 3rd 2017, 18 students from the SJCI Class of 2017 signed their commitment papers to continue their sport careers in college. These 18...

Mount Meets over McCarthy

Senior Meighan Murphy emerged from the meeting with tears streaming down her face. “It isn't fair,” Murphy said, as she struggled to compose herself. Murphy, a...

SJCI Names Anken new AD

St. Joe's Collegiate has named Brian Anken the school's new Athletic Director. Anken will assume the role on May 1st, which was left vacant by...