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May 17, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Kenmore West baseball wins first league title since 1993

Sports Reporter

For the first time in nearly a quarter-century, the Kenmore West baseball team has won the NFL Title. The Blue Devils clinched their first regular season league title since 1993 with a 7-2 win over Grand Island Saturday.  More...

Thunder finish up with solid offensive showing

Mount St. Mary softball has certainly had a nice week at the plate. The Thunder scored 53 runs while winning three of four games last week.  More...

Kenmore East baseball chasing sectional title dream

Kenmore East baseball has been chasing a dream for a long time now. The Bulldogs want to win a Class A sectional title. More...

Sports briefs

The Just Show Up softball skills camp for all girls in grades kindergarten through eighth grade will be held from 9 a.m. More...

SJCI has good showing at rowing meet

St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute competed in the New York State Scholastic Championships this weekend, bringing home two silver medals and one bronze medal.  More...

Section VI Hall of Fame golf outing scheduled

The second annual Section VI Hall of Fame golf outing is slated for a shotgun start at 1 p.m. Saturday, June 24, at the Holland Hills Country Club, 10438 Holland Glenwood Road in Colden. More...

Tonawanda baseball clinches division title

Tonawanda baseball has not let disadvantages deter it from achieving goals. The Warriors have only 11 players on the roster, but rode that squad to the ECIC IV Title. The team is 13-2 overall and 10-1 in league play. More...

St. Joe’s baseball hits rough patch

St. Joe’s has hit a bit of a rough patch late in the baseball season. The Marauders have lost four of their last five, but have actually outscored opponents in that span. They’ve lost those four games by a combined six runs. More...

Tonawanda softball riding hot streak into postseason

Tonawanda softball’s turnaround season continued with a 4-1 record in a busy final week of the season. The Lady Warriors finished the 2017 regular season with an 8-6 record.  More...

NT boys lacrosse squad enters final two games seeking first win

North Tonawanda boys lacrosse coach Jeremy Feary believes in his team as much now, with two games remaining in the regular season, as he did before the Lumberjacks embarked on a campaign in late March that has yet to see North Tonawanda finish any of More...

Sports briefs

Teams are still able to request invitations for the third annual Tournament of Champions 17U baseball tournament, put on by Pitch n’ Hit Events, that will be held from Aug. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

Kenmore EastBaseball: Defeated Grand Island 7-3; lost to Grand Island 13-9; lost toLew-Port 7-0Softball: Lost to Niagara-Wheatfield 13-9Boys tennis: Lost to Grand Island 5-0 More...

NT’s Kunnas sets meet record in pole vault

North Tonawanda’s Anton Kunnas set the meet record in the pole vault at the Hornell Invitational May 5 in 14 feet, 7 inches, and won the 400-meter hurdles in 57.5 seconds.  Ed Gath was right behind Kunnas in the 400 hurdles, placing second More...