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Niagara Wheatfield

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Section VI Dual Meet Tournament recap

The 2nd Annual Section VI Dual Meet Tournament was held on Saturday at Lancaster Field House, and like the first ‘Duals,’ did not disappoint. Top...

WNY Fed Hockey: HarborCenter hosts trio of rivalry games

Canisius tops Joe’s 4-2 The Crusaders have extended their unbeaten streak to four games (3-0-1) after an impressive 4-2 win over their arch rivals St....

January 12-15 Weekend Wrestling Wrap-UP

The second weekend in January saw some scheduling movements for tournaments to accommodate sectional dual meet tournaments statewide as well as the first annual...

WNY High-School Wrestling: Eastern States Round Up – Day 1

A total of sixteen wrestlers from seven Section VI schools competed today at the annual Eastern States Classic held at Sullivan County Community College...

North wins ‘battle of the unbeatens’

The Williamsville North Spartans remain the last team standing without a loss. In a battle of the unbeatens, the Spartans took down the previously unbeaten...

Spencerport rolls to Cheektowaga Duals title

The Spencerport Rangers wrestling team rolled to the team title at Saturday’s Warrior Duals held at Cheektowaga Central High School. The tradition rich Rangers...

Sonnenberg, Falcons soar past Ken-West

It wasn’t a mindless decision to have Jenna Sonnenberg take the serve to start the game for Niagara Wheatfield. Head coach Brandi Cochran wanted to...

Will North returns to Class AA Finals with win over N-W

Williamsville North forward Melanie Krysiak was running against the wind – and a powerful Niagara-Wheatfield team in the 72nd minute in a Class AA...

Quakers win Sweet Home Girls Volleyball Tournament

It wasn’t about wins or losses Saturday, it just was about getting better. The 16 teams from all over Western New York that made...

Quakers bounce back, hold off N-W

For anybody who worried that the Orchard Park football team might have a down year in 2017, be assured they’re going to be fine. The...