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February 14, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Tonawanda girls hoops upends pair of foes from Cheektowaga

Tonawanda’s girls basketball team made the most of its opportunities to play its divisional foes from Cheektowaga last week, defeating both Cleveland Hill and JFK to stay above the .500 mark against ECIC IV competition.  More...

Kenmore wrestling places two at Section VI Championship Meet

The Kenmore combined wrestling team closed out its season at Section VI Championships this past weekend. The team had three wrestlers competing in the event. More...

Mount St. Mary bowling team wins league title

The Mount St. Mary girls bowling team is the Monsignor Martin regular-season champion.  The Thunder finished 81-3 in league matches. A late-season win over Sacred Heart clinched the league title for Mount St. Mary. More...

St. Joe’s hockey closes regular season with blowout wins

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The St. Joe’s hockey team finished the regular season strong, winning three games over the weekend to carry a nine-game unbeaten streak into the postseason.  More...

Kenmore East hockey stays hot into playoffs

The Kenmore East Hockey Team continued its winning ways over the past week defeating Kenmore West, Starpoint and Hamburg to finish 9-5-1-1 in division play and finishing the regular season as the fourth seed from Division 2 of the Federation.  More...

Kenmore swim team finishes sixth in Class A Meet

The Kenmore boys swimming team had a strong performance in its first Class A Championship Meet as a combined program, finishing sixth with 171.5 points. Before this season, the separate Kenmore schools were both in Class B. More...

Ken West hockey finishes up regular season

The Kenmore West boys’ hockey team ended the regular season on a 2-1-1 stretch to head into the postseason with some decent momentum.  More...

Kenmore/Grand Island girls hockey team falls in sectional quarterfinal round

The Kenmore/Grand Island girls’ hockey team didn’t quite have the type of successful season the program has become accustomed to as a mainstay in the sectional and federation championship games. More...

Sports Briefs

Tonawanda American Little League registration is now open for the 2018 season for residents of the Town of Tonawanda, Village of Kenmore and City of Tonawanda. The league offers baseball for ages 4 to 16 and softball for ages 7 to 12. More...

Tonawanda-area foes get better of North Tonawanda girls cagers

North Tonawanda’s girls basketball team embarked on a stretch of games against foes from just over the other side of the Erie Canal last week, playing both Kenmore West and Mount St. More...

Tonawanda’s Braddell rebounds with section wrestling title

¦ NT’s Bartolomei wins DI crown

Zach Braddell remembers the pain of losing the Section VI Division II 120-pound final last year. More...

O’Hara girls basketball team riding win streak into final games

A tough non-league schedule is paying off for Cardinal O’Hara girls basketball. The Lady Hawks are 16-4 and 10-0 in league play. More...

Kenmore East girls’ basketball clinches spot in NFL Title Game

The Kenmore East girls’ basketball team has achieved the first of its goals for the 2017-18 season. The Lady Bulldogs are Frontier Division Champions. More...

St. Joe’s wrestler take sixth at states

The 2017-18 season wrapped up last night on Staten Island at the CHSAA Championships. St. Joe’s qualified 26 wrestlers and finished in sixth place out of 18 teams with 145.5 points.  More...

O’Hara soccer star signs with Canisius

Maddie Sowinski, a senior at Cardinal O’Hara High School, signed her National Letter of Intent to play soccer at Division I Canisius College Wednesday in the school library.  More...

O’Hara boys hoops aiming for top seed

The Cardinal O’Hara boys basketball team is one win away from finishing the season as the top seed for the Monsignor Martin B Playoffs.  The Hawks will travel to take on Park School Wednesday, the second-place team in Monsignor Martin A We More...

North American Youth Sports to hold annual spring tourney

North American Youth Sports will hold its annual spring youth basketball tournament at the Gloria J. More...

Sports briefs

Daemen College will host boys and girls basketball camps Feb. 19-22.  The boys winter break basketball camp, for those in grades pre-K through 8, will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Daemen’s Lumsden Gymnasium. The cost is $175.  More...