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Energized Bulldogs topple Sweet Home

Just because they were a No. 9 seed facing the No. 8 seed didn’t mean the Kenmore East Baseball team couldn’t play the underdog...

High School Scoreboard Wed May 10th, 2018

Today's Scoreboard Sponsored by Chilly Billy's Ice Cream Chilly Billy's Website Baseball Scores Cornell Cup I City Honors 14, McKinley 5 Hutch-Tech 6, South Park 3 Cornell Cup II Da Vinci...

WNY High-School Baseball Scoreboard

Niagara Frontier Kenmore West 3, Niagara-Wheatfield 0 Dom Schmidt (Kenmore West) threw a 4-hit shutout versus Niagara Wheatfield in the Blue Devils first game of the...

Zimmer ready to lead Panthers

The Sweet Home Panthers will have a new football coach this fall. The school board is expected to approve the hiring of longtime assistant...

Sutherland’s ‘sweet’ experience leads the Panthers past Cheektowaga

Tessa Sutherland’s experience goes far beyond being a three-year varsity player. The Sweet Home pitcher had the offseason of a lifetime traveling the country with...

HOW SWEET IT IS: PANTHERS CLAIM FIRST STATE TITLE

When one thinks of the success the Sweet Home Panthers’ athletic programs have had over the years, what typically crosses the mind are the...

NYSPHSAA announces ice hockey 1st, 2nd and HM teams

DIVISION I First Team All-State: Forwards - Daniel Colabufo         West Genesee Sam Lambert              Victor Chace Woods              Niagara Wheatfield Defense – Zach Belter                 Niagara Wheatfield John Gormley              North Rockland James Carrier              White...

“Sweet” Home revenge

I would rather be lucky than good. This weekend the Sweet Home Panthers were both. Tyler Edholm (four points) scored his second consecutive hat trick, all...

PANTHERS MAUL MAROONS, ADVANCE TO STATE FINALS

When your hockey team succeeds against the odds all season long, reaches the state semifinals for just the second time in nearly 20 years...

Dream Season for the Indians continues

The West Seneca West Indians hockey team have gone from underachievers to Section VI Small School Champions in less than a year. On Monday...