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May 23, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Kenmore West seniors sign to continue athletic careers with colleges

Nine Kenmore West seniors signed their national letters of intent to continue their athletic careers into college last Wednesday. The impressive group of athletes has a long list of accomplishments to be proud of. More...

Kenmore East softball falls in sectional quarters

The first season under new coach Bob O’Connor came to an end last week, when the Kenmore East softball team lost to North Tonawanda. More...

Blue Devils baseball dropped from playoffs in heartbreaker

The Kenmore West baseball season came to an end with an excruciatingly close loss to Williamsville South in the quarterfinal round of the Class A1 playoffs Saturday.  More...

St. Joe’s track finishes second at All-Catholics

St. Joe’s track and field team finished second at the All-Catholic Championships Sunday, missing out on the top spot by just five points. The team fell behind early, but began to climb back. They just couldn’t get all the way there.  More...

Kenmore West softball upset by West Seneca West

The Kenmore West softball team lost to West Seneca West, 5-2, in the quarterfinal round of the Class A1 playoffs last week. The team struggled to hit the ball through the game.  More...

Garlow leads Mount lacrosse to title game

As she has been much of the season, Lois Garlow was dominant in leading Mount St. Mary to victory Sunday. The junior scored seven goals and dished out eight assists in leading the Thunder to a 23-9 semifinal victory over Nardin. More...

Tonawanda baseball falls to Olean in sectional quarters

An impressive Tonawanda baseball season came to an end in the quarterfinal round of the Class B1 playoffs last weekend. The Warriors lost to Olean 7-1. The team had to make due with a couple regulars out of the lineup.  More...

Sports briefs

Volleyball camps will be offered in the spring and summer at Daemen College’s Lumsden Gymnasium on Daemen’s Main Street campus.  A setting school for boys and girls grades 7-12 will be held from 6 to 7:30 p.m. More...

SJCI rowers compete in invitational

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SEND IT BACK

- Lily Stafford protects the corner during first doubles at the All-Catholic Championship Tournament last weekend. More...

Tonawanda Aquettes give back to community

The Tonawanda Aquettes synchronized swim team has a long legacy of giving back to the local community. Every year the Aquettes log in many hours on volunteer projects that benefit people in the surrounding community. More...

GYMNASTS

- The Level 4 Niagara team from Gleason’s School of Gymnastics placed second at the New York Level 4 State Championships. More...

Hilbert College to host summer hoops camps

The Hilbert College boys and girls basketball teams will be holding summer camps.  The boys week of camp will be held June 24-28 and July 8-12. The girls camp runs July 15-19 and July 29-Aug. 2.  More...

Kenmore East baseball season comes to an end

The Kenmore East baseball team didn’t have an ideal season, but the Bulldogs did have a memorable performance before the season ended. The team faced off against Sweet Home Friday in the pre-quarterfinal round of the Class A1 playoffs. More...

CHIP AND DIP

- Kenmore East’s Sean Barrett hits the ball out of the rough on the first hole during Section VI Championships at River Oaks Golf Club Monday. More...

Sports briefs

The Williamsville boys and girls basketball camp for students K-8 will be held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 25-29 at Williamsville South High School, 5950 Main St. There is no residency requirement. The cost is $225 and includes a T-shirt and a ball. More...

North Tonawanda hoops star Book signs with Daemen

One of the great players in North Tonawanda basketball history will be playing at the next level. Trevor Book signed a national letter of intent Thursday to continue his basketball career at Daemen College next year.  More...

St. Amelia’s track shines at Diocesan Meet

The St. Amelia track team competed against 16 other Catholic elementary schools at the Diocesan Track Meet on May 14 at St. Francis High School in Athol Springs. More...

STARS

- Seven Kenmore East seniors signed their national letters of intent Monday at Kenmore East High School. More...

Kenmore West tennis season finishes up 2018 season

The Kenmore West tennis season came to an end last week at Niagara Frontier League Championships. The doubles pairing of John D’Aquino and Devontae Halter took on the top-seeded pairing, and bowed out in the first round. More...

TOSS IT

- Erin Hibbert of Mount St. Mary lets go of the discus during the All-Catholic Championships Saturday at St. Francis. More...

Sports briefs

Team New Era Baseball will hold tryouts for its fall elite travel baseball program for players ages 9 through 17 on Fridays through June 22, at its Depew facility located at 3950 Broadway. To register for a tryout, visit www.teamnewerabaseball.com. More...

NT’s Carson wins 100 hurdles at WNY Track Classic

Amy Carson was a champion at Saturday’s WNY Girls Track Classic at Lancaster High School.  Carson won the 100-meter hurdles with a personal-best time of 15.99 seconds.  Hallie Daigler placed third in the 400 in a season-best time of 1 More...

SCOREBOARD

Kenmore East Baseball: Defeated Sweet Home 10-3; lost to Williamsville East 15-4; defeated CSAT 5-0 Boys track: Finished 13th at Kenmore Invitational Girls track: Finished 12th at Kenmore Invitational   More...

Sweet Home’s Jonah Murphy wins ECIC singles title

Boys tennis

Sweet Home’s Jonah Murphy dropped five games en route to winning his first ECIC singles title Thursday at Clarence High School. The Panthers’ senior defeated Orchard Park’s Noah Sayoc, 6-0, 6-1, in the final. More...