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September 28, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Kenmore West tops Niagara-Wheatfield, moves to 2-2

Sports Reporter

Kenmore West got back on the winning track Saturday, defeating Niagara-Wheatfield 27-21. The win moved the Blue Devils to 2-2, snapping a two-game losing streak. More...

Lady Blue Devils continue to surge amid injuries

Despite a bite from the injury bug, Kenmore West girls soccer seems well on its way to its first winning season in five years. The Lady Blue Devils are 6-2 amid a slew of injuries that have plagued the squad over the past couple of weeks. More...

Sports Brief

Tryouts for the 2017 Empress Lacrosse teams will continue Sunday, Oct. 2, between 10 a.m. and noon at Maple East Elementary. The tryout is open to girls between sixth and 11th grade. Those interested can register online at www.empress lacrosse.com. More...

Nadrowski had a storied high school and college gymnastics career

Sarah Nadrowski is vaulting into the Kenmore East Athletic Hall of Fame in her first year of eligibility. More...

St. Joe’s falls to Aquinas, 20-14

St. Joe’s football fell to 2-2 on the season with a 20-14 non-league loss to Aquinas. The Marauders played the Little Irish to a 0-0 tie in the first quarter, but things went south in the second frame. More...

Kenmore West’s Chimera named New York Softball Coach of the Year

On Wednesday, Sept. 14, Ken-Ton School District coach and teacher Matt Chimera was honored as the New York State Coaches Association Softball Coach of the Year. More...

MSM volleyball moves to 6-0 with victory

Mt. St. Mary volleyball improved to 6-0 on the season and 4-0 in league play with a three-set victory over Newfane. The Thunder won the sets by scores of 25-20, 25-23, 25-20. Natalie Scrivani had four digs, three kills and two service aces. More...

NT football falls to Grand Island

North Tonawanda suffered its first setback this week with a 38-35 loss to Grand Island. The Lumberjacks started off well enough, opening up a huge first-half lead. More...

Tonawanda girls volleyball hoping to use early lessons learned to gain future success

The start of the 2016 season hasn’t exactly been kind to Tonawanda’s girls volleyball team, as the Lady Warriors currently sit at 1-4 overall on the year. More...

Tonawanda girls soccer ends losing skid against Holland

Tonawanda’s girls soccer team has struggled in recent years against Holland, but the Lady Warriors put it all together in its 3-0 shutout on the road Friday. The last time Tonawanda beat Holland was a 1-0 victory over Holland Sept. 24, 2013. More...

Knowledge, experience prove valuable for NT boys volleyball

When North Tonawanda hosted a boys volleyball tournament in early September, the Lumberjacks saw their day end earlier than they hoped it would, but that didn’t mean Lumberjacks were done learning and becoming better as a group — not by a More...

Rowley joins Tonawanda Wall of Fame

Tom Rowley was an outstanding three-sport athlete at Tonawanda from 1957 to 1960, earning nine varsity letters and All-Star status in all three sports, football, basketball and baseball. More...

Kenmore field hockey drops two games

Kenmore varsity field hockey endured a tough week last week, losing to Newfane at home 3-1 Tuesday as well as dropping a 6-0 decision at powerful Barker Thursday. More...

MSM cross country finishes seventh at East Aurora Invite

The Mt. St. Mary cross country team would not let torrential rain, thunder or lightning stop them at the East Aurora Invitational Saturday as the Thunder placed seventh out of 21 teams. More...