Weekly Feature



April 9, 2014 RSS feed / Sports

Bulldogs playing with a chip on their shoulder

Baseball previews

Kenmore East may have been just 6-15 last year, but head coach Les Simon has seven returning starters this year who know this season presents an opportunity.  “Most everyone is back and that’s a good thing,” said Simon. More...

Kilijanski's Corner

There are many great story lines this spring in Ken-Ton, but the problem is that Mother Nature is giving us such a hard time. The consensus among many coaches that I talk to is that the spring season won’t truly start until after spring break. More...

Lady Blue Devils adding youth to a talented group

Softball previews

Kenmore West will have almost an even balance of returning starters and fresh new faces on the field this spring.  It all starts with returning First Team All-Western New York pitcher Charlotte Miller. More...

McCarthy is lone senior for the Lady Hawks

Cardinal O’Hara senior Kelsey McCarthy knows what it’s like to be in the center of the action. She played center on the varsity basketball team that just won the school’s first New York State Federation championship.  More...

Blue Devils enter season with postseason experience

Kenmore West returns six starters from a team last year that hosted the program’s first playoff game in 15 years.  The Blue Devils won that game against Jamestown in extra innings and look to build on that momentum this season.  More...

Marauders start the season hot with two non-league wins

The road for St. Joe’s to claim a third consecutive Georgetown Cup has already started with a pair of non-league wins.  Last Wednesday, the Marauders opened the season with a victory against Lancaster, 6-0. More...

Thunder trending in the right direction; looking to add title

Mount St. Mary’s has recently been a team on the upward climb in the win column and head coach Caroline Polino looks to keep it that way.  Two years ago the Thunder were just 3-10, but last year they vastly improved to 11-4 overall. More...

Hawks baseball led by strong cast of pitching, infielders

It’s no secret that Cardinal O’Hara is going to be led by Zach Glowacki and Ryan Wojcinski on the mound this year.  Head coach Ray Caso called them “options 1 and 1A” based on their previous success. More...