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April 18, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Small, talented roster returns for Thunder

The Mount St. Mary Thunder field one of the most talented girls track and field teams in Western New York in 2012. The Thunder finished second overall last season at the All Catholic Girls Track and Field Championships with 91 total points. More...

Rebuilding Blue Devils ready to win this year

The Kenmore West Blue Devils are definitely still rebuilding. The team won just twice last season with a young roster going through growing pains. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS CALENDAR

Wednesday, April 18Baseball — St. Joe’s vs. Bishop Timon, 4:15 p.m.Softball — Cardinal O’Hara vs. Niagara Catholic, 4:15 p.m.Boys Tennis — St. Joe’s vs. More...

Nadeau places at national wrestling tournaments

Town of Tonawanda resident and Hoover Middle School eighth grader Trent Nadeau placed in the top five at two national tournaments recently.  More...

Marauders begin season with strong showing at Run ‘Em Relays

Track season has returned at St. More...

Panthers split season-opening games

The Sweet Home baseball team opened the 2012 season with a 10-3 loss at Orchard Park April 2 and a 15-9 home win versus West Seneca West April 4.  The Panthers recorded 16 hits against West Seneca West and scored two runs in the second inning, f More...

Sports briefs

Deanna King, a Kenmore resident and Kenmore West High School graduate, had two hits, including a double, on Thursday for the Erie Community College softball team in its 10-3 loss to Monroe Community College.   More...

Sweet Home boys, girls teams seek division titles

The Sweet Home boys and girls outdoor track and field teams always want to win division titles, but this could be the year both squads achieve first place. Last year the boys finished 3-2 and the girls went 2-3 in ECIC Division II. More...

Bulldogs return home from successful South Carolina trip

The Kenmore East baseball team enjoyed the warm weather of South Carolina last week with three games in the Mingo Bay Baseball Classic. Kenmore East began play Monday with a tough matchup against Kentucky’s Pleasure Park. More...

Special Olympics bowling fundraiser slated for April 29

The Canisius College Master of Science of Sport Administration department will be holding the 10th annual Bowl N’ Blast, to raise money for the Special Olympics of Western New York, at 1 p.m. More...

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ONE GIANT LEAP — Kenmore West’s Marcus Lobdell clears one of the final hurdles while competing in the pentathlon’s 110-meter high hurdles race during the New York State Public High More...

Bourke, Ken-East tennis have fresh start to 2012

This season will mark new beginnings for Nathan Bourke and the Kenmore East boys tennis team.  Bourke, who coaches the boys and girls swimming teams at Kenmore East, is taking over the boys tennis team for the first time this season. More...

Sweet Home tennis moves to ECIC I, doubles teams loaded with depth

The Sweet Home boys tennis team had a successful 2011, finishing 15-6 overall, including a 9-3 mark in ECIC Division II, and winning the silver bracket at the ECIC Team Championships.  Duplicating last year’s success will be extremely diff More...