Weekly Feature



May 6, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

RIVALRY SHOWDOWN

North Tonawanda's Savannah Haner (8) applies a tag to Tonawanda's Ashley Adams (7) during Friday’s T-NT softball game at T.K Murphy stadium in North Tonawanda. More...

Bulldogs drop three out of four games in tough week

¦ Kenmore East defeats Niagara-Wheatfield, falls to Grand Island, Lockport

Kenmore East continues to stay alive in a tough Niagara Frontier League.  The past week was rough for the Bulldogs baseball team as they finished the week with a record of 1-3, pushing their overall record to 7-8 with a 4-6 record against league More...

NT boys track places third at Hornell Invite, girls take fourth

North Tonawanda’s boys and girls outdoor track and field teams fared well at the Hornell Invitational Friday.  The boys team placed third out of 19 teams. More...

Gilbert signs to Notre Dame

Hockey sensation and St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute student Dennis Gilbert signed his letter of intent Thursday to play hockey for Division I Notre Dame.  Currently, Gilbert is rated no. More...

Registration open for inaugural F.B.I. Baseball Camp

Registration for the inaugural F.B.I. (Fundamental Baseball Instruction) Baseball Camp 2015 is available at www.fbibaseballcamp.com.  The camp is limited to 90 participants. More...

ON THE COURT

– Tonawanda’s Eric Baumann makes a play on the ball at the net during his third singles match with Cleveland Hill’s Ryan Craft in Friday’s 5-0 victory. More...

HEADED HOME

– St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute’s Anthony Brophy rounds third and heads home during Saturday’s non-leuage baseball game against Williamsville South. St. More...

Cardinal O’Hara High School to host inaugural 5K run/walk

Cardinal O’Hara High School in the Town of Tonawanda will host its inaugural Black and Gold Run the Hawk 5K Run/Walk starting at 6:30 p.m. More...

Sweet Home boys lacrosse drops two league games

Sweet Home’s boys lacrosse team fell to 4-3 in Class B and 4-4 overall after suffering losses against Niagara-Wheatfield, 15-5, April 28 and Iroquois, 10-7, Thursday.  Sweet Home trailed Niagara Wheatfield, 8-4, at halftime, but the Panthe More...

NT boys lax wins Canal Cup meeting

Victory has been tough to come by for North Tonawanda’s boys lacrosse team this season, which is why Friday’s Canal Cup clash with Lockport took on even greater importance.  More...

Lady Warriors edge North Tonawanda

¦ T-NT rivalry renewed under the lights of Murphy Stadium

Of all the non-league games, this T-NT game always has extra baggage added.  On each side of the canal, a team wants nothing more than to prove which team is the best of the twin cities.  Thursday at T.K. More...

ANCHORING THE TEAM –

Kenmore East’s March Moodey competes in a relay at last week’s West Seneca track invitational at West Seneca West High School. More...

Tonawanda track teams lose home dual against Holland

Tonawanda’s boys and girls outdoor track and field teams dropped to 0-2 in dual meets this spring, losing against Holland at home April 28.  The boys team lost 98-63 and the girls team fell 125-16.  Tonawanda’s boys team swept t More...

GOING THE DISTANCE –

Kenmore West’s Justin Sagasta competes inaadistancerunatlastweek’sWestSenecatrackinvitationalatWest Seneca West High School. More...

Bee Classified – Sell what you want to sell. O’Hara defeats Niagara-Catholic

¦ School hosts annual Sean Patrick Scott Tournament

Cardinal O’Hara started off last week with a much-needed, dominant win.  The Lady Hawks defeated Niagara Catholic, 15-1 in Monsignor Martin Athletic Association play.  O’Hara’s Meghan O’Sullivan was the winning pitch More...

HIGHSCHOOLSPORTS CALENDAR

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Registration process nearing for Big Red 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 briefs

The 18th annual HotShots Lacrosse Camp for Girls will be held from July 13 to 16 at Erie County Community College North Campus, Main and Youngs Roads, Williamsville.  The age 4 to 7 camp will be held from 9 to 11:30 a.m. More...