May 22, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

Sectional softball seedings released

¦ Kenmore West, Tonawanda look to make deep runs

The seeding meeting for Section VI softball was held Monday and the brackets have been set for the upcoming playoffs. Here is a summary of the local teams that will be making a push for sectional titles. More...

Thunder girls lax defeats Buffalo Seminary in ‘Stick it to Cancer’ game

Mount St. Mary Academy continued their unbeaten streak in the Monsignor Martin Athletic Association girls lacrosse season. The Thunder defeated Buffalo Seminary 14-4 during the Mount’s senior night. More...

HotShots Girls Lacrosse Camp focuses on teaching

In its 18th year, HotShots Girls Lacrosse Camp is the area’s longest-running girls skills camp. This year’s camp will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. More...

Fastbreak Lacrosse Camp slated for Maryvale Primary School

Entering its 17th year, Fastbreak Lacrosse Camp is offering two camps this summer, a youth camp for boys and girls ages 4 to 7 years old, as well as the camp’s traditional boys camp for players ages 8 to 18. More...

Tonawanda claims ECIC VI baseball title

¦ Warriors win division for fourth time in six years

Tonawanda earned their fourth ECIC VI championship in the last six years with a 3-0 win over John. F. Kennedy High School. The Warriors scored three runs on five hits while pitcher Garrett Gardener struck out 10 in a winning effort over JFK. More...

Shotwell leads Ken-Ton area golfers at Section VI tourney

Kenmore East’s Ben Shotwell led all Niagara Frontier League golfers in Monday’s Section VI Tournament, posting an 83 over 18 holes, good enough for a tie at 21st place. More...

Sports brief

The Jason Dawe Hockey Prospects Summer Camp will held July 20-24 and August 3-7 at the Northtown Center at Amherst. The camp is for players who have a birth year of 2002-2008. More...

Marauders rout rival Canisius in baseball

¦ St. Joe’s upends the Crusaders, 11-3, handing Canisius first MMAA loss

The Marauders of St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute varsity baseball team earned a quality win Monday as the team defeated their bitter rivals, Canisius High School. The Marauders won 11-3 on the great pitching performance of Will Frank. More...

Tonawanda track places at Kenmore Invitational

Tonawanda’s track teams placed in several events at the Kenmore Invitational Saturday at Crosby Field. The boys 4x100-meter relay of John Forster, Ethan Shattuck, Trey Lilly and Nate Holler finished fourth in 45.64. More...

NT boys lax wins season finale over Sweet Home

North Tonawanda’s boys lacrosse season came to a close Friday when the Lumberjacks were upended by Sweet Home, 16-6, in a Section VI Class B playoff play-in game. More...

TITLE RUN

– Mount St. Mary’s Marissa Saber, right, hands off to Meg DeMarco during the varsity girls 4x800 relay May 11 at the All-Catholic girls track championships. More...

Registration process nearing for basketball, softball camps

Opportunities for school-aged children to improve their basketball or softball skills are coming to Clarence this summer. The ninth annual Big Red Basketball Camp for boys and girls in kindergarten through sixth grade will go from Aug. More...

Sports Brief

The Town of Tonawanda Aquettes will host a summer synchronised swimming program. This program will be offered at Brighton Pool in the Town of Tonawanda. Residents and non-residents are welcome to join in on the fun. More...

North Tonawanda’s Devin Donoghue

puts all of his might into his tee shot on the second hole at River Oacks Country Club. Donoghue carded a 53-42-95 for the tournament, missing out on the initial cut. More...

Kenmore West announces Hall of Fame Class of 2015

The Athletic Hall of Fame Selection Committee from Kenmore West High School has announced the Hall of Fame Class of 2015. The Hall of Famers will be inducted Friday, Oct. 16 at Banchetti’s by Rizzo’s in Amherst. More...

Ten St. Joe’s athletes sign letters of intent

10 Student-athletes from St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute’s Class of 2015 signed National Letters of Intent to compete at the collegiate level. The students are as follows: Track and Field Phil Martin/Clarence (St. More...