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Monday, December 11, 2017

Niagara Falls

Niagara Falls

SPARTANS STOMP WOLVERINES, HEAD TO ORCHARD PARK

The second-seeded Williamsville North Spartans are headed to New Era Field to take on the Lancaster Legends after defeating the Niagara Falls Wolverines on...

Ken-West Opens Season with Win on New Field

The Kenmore West Blue Devils christened their new football field Saturday afternoon with a 23-14 victory over Niagara Falls. Junior tailback Joe Stewart rushed for...

Top-Ranked Legends Eying Championship After Settling Old Score

It's now been more than a calendar year since Lancaster High School lost a varsity softball game. Twenty-one straight wins have come since May...

FALLS CAPTURES SECTION VI TITLE OVER LANCASTER

Another year, another Section VI Class AA championship for Niagara Falls. Or so it seems that way. With the fifth-ranked Wolverines (14-8) topping second-seeded Lancaster...

WNY Grapplers Hit the Mats at Class Championships

The New York State Class Championships in wrestling were decided on Saturday at various WNY high schools. The biggest names in Section VI went...

Hamburg Wins Ken-Ton Title

By Dave Ricci Jacob Smeader is one of the most aggressive wrestlers in Section VI. That fire and focus was on display as Smeader won...

WNY Boys Hoops: Wolverines Cool Off Lumberjacks’ Late Surge as NFL Title Race Heats...

By Joe Kraus Revenge is sweet. After their five-point loss on the road in early December at the Lumberyard, the Niagara Falls Wolverines were determined...

Navarro Leads CSAT

Yaya Navarro had 12 points as CSAT outlasted Niagara Falls, 36-31, in girls Niagara Frontier League basketball action that was played at CSAT's Shoshone...

Vikings Comeback to Beat the Falls

It wasn’t Friday Night Lights, it was Tuesday Night Hoops, but if you closed your eyes and forgot for a moment that you were...

Lancers Stop Wolverines, Win Cataract City Hockey Classic

By Frank Wolf The band was rockin, the hot chocolate was flowin and the pucks were flyin. It could only mean one thing, the Cataract...