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Friday, February 23, 2018

Section 6

Section 6

Resilient Monsignor Martin now controls its own destiny

The Monsignor Martin girls’ hockey team is proving that girls are tougher than boys…or even grown men. Last year star NBA players took nights off...

St. Joe’s tops Canisius; MMHSAA Wrestling Review

The St. Joe’s Marauders defeated archrival Canisius Crusaders by a score of 48-28 on Tuesday, to move into sole ownership of first place in...

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...

O’Hara thumps the Thunder

Cardinal O’Hara Lady Basketball is known for two things; pressure and tempo. The rest will take care of itself. The Hawks overcame an early scare by...

‘Jacks blank Tigers at Northtown

  The North Tonawanda Lumberjack got up early on the Amherst Tigers and never looked back, finishing Saturday’s contest with a 5-0 shutout. The shutout is...

Post-Christmas wrestling wrap up

While the National Federation of State High School Associations (NFHS) mandated two-pound post-Christmas weight allowance is generous, the typical schedule of high school wresting...

Mid-season Section VI wrestling report

It’s nearly mid-season for high school wrestling in upstate New York, but the course of the season takes a completely different route once Christmas...

Garlow Glows as Thunder Power Past Tonawanda

Back in June the Mount St. Mary’s (0-0, 5-1) basketball program received a big addition with new head coach Fran Snyder, but this fall...

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...

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...