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Thursday, October 19, 2017

Winter Sports

Winter Sports

Eight Blue Devils Sign

The only thing better than realizing a lifelong dream is sharing the moment with those that helped you reach your goal. On March 8, eight...

Timon Hockey Rapidly Improving Under New Coach

Things are a bit different this season for the Bishop Timon/St. Jude High School hockey team with a new coach looking to lead the...

Division I Boys Hockey Preview

St. Joe’s ended last hockey season on quite the roll. The Marauders won 21 games in a row to end the season, culminating with...

Buccarelli’s Test Of Will

Some say playing a sport builds character. While others insist that athletics, in fact, reveals character. In Justin Buccarelli's case it did both. As a senior...

Embrace the FLOP

In a season where Williamsville has gone unbeaten, Amherst/Sweet Home/Clarence has a ton of offensive production and two-time defending Federation Champs Monsignor Martin remain...

Mt. St. Mary Signing Day

Just before signing her name, Emily Trotman paused, and then laughed as she confessed that she forgot what the actual date was. Trotman may...

Rewriting Bulldog History

If you think you hold a Kenmore East Indoor Track record, you might want to doublecheck that. That’s because sophomores Nick Coburn and John O’Connell...

Unsung Heroes Bring Border Brawl Trophy Back To Clarence

Dan Beil came from behind to beat an opponent that beat him a week earlier. Andy Burden pinned a foe that once beat him...

Federation Hockey Division II Outlook

2016 was a year the Ken East Bulldogs won’t soon forget. A thrilling OT win at the State Championship provided a lifetime of great...

Comeback Kid Sean Degnan

When Sean Degnan was sidelined much of last season he clearly recalled his assistant coach Mike Vogel telling him he would do something special...