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December 7, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

St. Joe’s looking to defend state title

The St. Joe’s Federation hockey team has consistently been one of the best programs in Western New York for quite a while. That doesn’t seem likely to change this season.  More...

State champion Bulldogs look to build on success

Last March the Kenmore East Varsity Hockey team completed its dream season when it won the 2016 New York State Division II Public High School Championship. More...

MMA girls hockey suffers first loss since 2015

The Monsignor Martin Association girls ice hockey team has been a dominating force, capturing four Western New York Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation championships in the six-year history of the league, including the last two.  Last year&rsquo More...

Tonawanda boys basketball looking to compete

The Tonawanda boys basketball team started off the 2016-17 season on a good note. The Warriors pounded Akron, 45-23. Trey Lilly had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Charlie Moore had six points to go along with nine boards. More...

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Blue Devils hockey looking to take the next step

After a solid first season as head coach last season, Rob Roszak is hoping to lead Kenmore West to further improvement in 2016-17. More...

SETTING THE SCORE

— Betsy Mahoney, left; the Rev. Michael Parker, pastor; and Katherine Connerton stand in front of the new scoreboard that was recently unveiled at St. John the Baptist School in Kenmore. More...

New NT wrestling coach familiar with program

Joe Hooley has always been a part of the North Tonawanda wrestling family.  He watched his older brother, Mike, wrestle for NT for six years, also competing with him when he was a seventh grader. More...

Kenmore wrestling teams join forces

For at least one season, rivals are joining forces.  Due to construction at Kenmore East High School, the wrestling team temporarily lost its gym. So, the Bulldogs will combine with Kenmore West for the 2016-17 season. More...

Tonawanda girls basketball wins two of first three games

All-Tournament Team selection Haley Schoelerman teamed up with Alicia Farrell to dominate in the post against Lyndonville Saturday, as Tonawanda’s girls basketball team cruised to a 47-32 victory over the Lady Tigers in the consolation final of More...

St. Joe’s grapplers gearing up for a big season

The 2016-17 St. Joe’s wrestling team consists of 39 young men and six coaches who are committed to building on a championship culture. More...

State qualifier Braddell leads Tonawanda wrestling

One of the top wrestlers in the state at 113 pounds resides at Tonawanda High School.  Sophomore Zach Braddell, a two-time section champion and state qualifier, should be ranked first in the state at 113 when he gets down to his weight class, sa More...

Kenmore girls hockey looking to reload

The Kenmore/Grand Island girls hockey team is no stranger to success. Since girls hockey became a varsity sport in Western New York seven years ago, the Devil Dogs have been one of the area’s best programs.  More...