April 16, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Marauders start track season at invitational in nation’s capital

The St. Joe’s track and field team traveled to Washington, D.C., to compete in the 42nd Woodward Relays and Dunbar Crimson Tide Classic on April 12. More...

Bulldogs struggle to score runs in opener against Lew-Port

Kenmore East opened up its baseball season last Wednesday struggling at the plate and lost 8-0 to league opponent Lew-Port. More...

SCOREBOARD

Kenmore EastBaseball lost to Lew-Port 8-0; def.Jamestown 6-5 (Myrtle Beach)Softball: def. Tonawanda 13-1Boys tennis: lost to Niagara Wheatfield 4-1; def. Niagara Falls 3-2 More...

Thunder lacrosse off to perfect start

With an 11-9 win against Eden on Friday, the Mount St. Mary lacrosse team is now a perfect 3-0 on this young season. It was a tight game throughout as the Thunder fell behind early 4-1, but battled back to tie it 6-6 at halftime. More...

Buffalo Turners win at state tournament

The Buffalo Turners Gymnastics squad, located in Kenmore, had multiple place winners at the New York State Gymnastics Championship held in Syracuse on March 29 and 30. More...

Bulldogs tennis starts season with split of two matches

Kenmore East head coach Dave Coates said he would love this year’s team to finish with an even record of wins and losses. So far after the first two matches, the Bulldogs are right on pace. More...

Kilijanski's Corner

The St. Joe’s baseball team is off to a hot start both literally and figuratively. More...

Pure athletes give Lady Blue Devils an advantage on the track

Many athletes use track and field to stay in shape for the other sports they play. For Kenmore West, that turns out to be a good thing. The Lady Blue Devils are returning almost 30 athletes from last season after finishing 3-2. More...

Marauders baseball extends winning streak

St. Joe’s remained hot on the diamond in Western New York before heading to sunny Florida for spring training. After winning its first two games of the season, the Marauders followed it up with two more wins against familiar foes. More...

Fifth inning spells trouble for Blue Devils

Baseball

For whatever reason, Kenmore West seems to fall apart in the fifth inning of games this year. It’s something that head coach John Haynes now knows his team needs to work on. “The fifth inning just isn’t ours,” he said. More...

Players sought for 60-plus division of Glory Days Wood Bat Softball

The Glory Days Wood Bat Softball League is seeking male slow-pitch softball players to fill out teams in its 60-plus division. More...

GOLDEN TOUCH

The Niagara Frontier Volleyball 12U travel team won gold March 15 at the Buffalo Niagara Court Center’s Meltdown Tournament despite playing up in the 13-year-old age bracket. More...

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