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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

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Canisius makes a statement with rout of Williamsville South

The Canisius High School boys basketball team is widely-regarded as the best in Western New York this season. The Crusaders showed why on Friday...

Wilson Girls Basketball Looking To Continue Success

It's a different look this season for the Wilson High School girls basketball team, which faces life after the graduation of Rachel Senek and...

Sanders takes home the Trench Trophy

Since the Buffalo Public Schools joined Section VI for football in 2010, the South Park Sparks have led the way. The Sparks were the first...

Myers wins 46th Connolly Cup

It was not the summer Matt Myers had planned on heading into his senior year of high school. In June, Myers received life-changing news. His...

Grand Island’s speed too much for Williamsville South in season-opener

As it moves up to Division 2 this season, the Grand Island High School hockey team hopes to ride its speed to another championship. So...

Dunkirk wins Krenzer’s debut with win over shorthanded Lancaster

The Andrew Krenzer era is off to a strong start for the Dunkirk High School boys basketball team. The Marauders opened the season under their...

The Best of Both Worlds at O’Hara

There’s no question the Cardinal O’Hara Hawks girls’ basketball team has the talent. Earlier this month senior Kiara Johnson showed once again the talent and...

Familiar Face at the helm for Ken-East

  Consistency is one of the most important aspects of achieving success in sports. But familiarity is the next best thing. Jack Blanch, a legend with over...

Dream Season Ends For Legends

From the beginning of the 2017 football season the Lancaster Legends seemed destined for greatness. Week by week they continued to climb the ladder...

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...