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October 19, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Jacks get 16th consecutive TNT win

Sports Reporter

North Tonawanda sweated out its 16th consecutive TNT game victory over Tonawanda Friday night. More...

Mt. St. Mary soccer heading to ‘A’ playoffs

The Mount St. Mary’s soccer team is rolling heading into postseason play. More...

St. Joe’s volleyball team attempting to finish strong

This season has been a tad more difficult than expected for the St. Joe’s volleyball team. The Marauders have been dealing with the loss of Matthew Mayer, who separated his shoulder at the beginning of the season. More...

St. Joe’s football falls to rival Canisius 27-6

St. Joe’s football fell to 2-5 on the season in a rivalry game against powerhouse Canisius Saturday. However, the action on the field was overshadowed by what occurred in the days leading up to the game.  More...

Tonawanda girls soccer locks up top seed in B-2

Tonawanda’s girls soccer team clinched the top seed in B-2 for the upcoming Section VI Tournament after recording home wins over Eden, 7-2, Oct. More...

St. Joe’s crew dominates at Head of the Niagara and Wright Regatta

The SJCI Crew dominated in home water at the Head of the Niagara and Wright Regatta on Sunday. West Side Rowing Club hosted the regatta at the historic Black Rock Canal where the team won five races.  More...

Fire to lead NT wrestling club

After recently retiring from a stellar coaching career at North Tonawanda High School, which included eight Section VI Class A titles and six WNY Coach of the Year Awards, Dan Fire is turning his attention back to the wrestling mat. More...

O’Hara boys soccer topples Timon

The Cardinal O'Hara boys soccer team defeated Bishop Timon 5-4 Tuesday on the back of four goals by junior Jacob Neumeister. The Hawks jumped out to a 1-0 lead following a converted penalty kick by Neumeister, which they held onto until halftime. More...

Sweet Home boys soccer blanks South, wins first ECIC II title since 2010

Sweet Home’s boys soccer team might be the hottest team heading into the Section VI Tournament.  More...

LEGENDS

- Pictured is the Kenmore East High School Athletic Hall of Fame Class of 2016 at a ceremony held this weekend. More...

Kenmore West tops East 41-6 in rivalry game

Kenmore West scored a huge win and another year of bragging rights with a 41-6 win over cross-town rival Kenmore East Saturday.  More...

St. Joe’s soccer prepares for playoffs

The St. Joe’s soccer team is in the midst of an unusually long period of rest. The Marauders finished their regular season Thursday and will not play again until the Monsignor Martin semifinal round on Oct. 29.  More...

St. Joe’s golf wins All-Catholic Championship

For the second year in a row, the St. Joe’s Marauders are All-Catholic Golf Champions.  The team won the event last Monday by six strokes over runner-up St. Francis.  More...

Kenmore field hockey drops two games as season nears end

Kenmore field hockey endured two losses last week, falling to Wilson 6-0 at home Tuesday, and again losing 5-0 at Newfane Thursday.  Kenmore was dominated both on shots, penalty corners and territorial advantage.  More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

Kenmore EastBoys soccer: Lost to Grand Island 2-0Girls soccer: Lost to Grand Island 6-0Boys volleyball: Lost to Grand Island 3-0; lost to Niagara-Wheatfield 3-0; lostto Niagara Falls 3-0 More...

High School Sports Calendar

Wednesday, October 19 Boys soccer: Cardinal O’Hara vs. Park School 4:30 p.m. Boys volleyball: St. Joe’s vs. Williamsville East 6:30 p.m. Girls volleyball: North Tonawanda at Lew-Port 6:30 p.m. More...

Mt. St. Mary cross country defeats Nichols

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Mt. St. Mary volleyball tops Wilson

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Photo

Tonawanda golfer Anthony Angelo eyes his drive during ECIC Individual Qualifiers held at Sheridan Park October 11. Angelo shot a 108 on the day. No Tonawanda golfers qualified for sectionals. More...

Sports briefs

Team New Era will hold an open tryout to fill at least one and potentially as many as two roster spots on its 12U, 14U and 16U baseball teams for the 2017 season.  More...