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July 10, 2013 RSS feed / Sports

Kelso discusses concussions in football

Bee Group Newspapers Special Report: Heads Up! Head-related Injuries in Sports

When fans think back to the glory days of the Buffalo Bills in the late 1980s and early 1990s, many images come to mind.  Down 32 points, the Bills pull off a comeback with a miraculous 41-38 overtime win over the Houston Oilers in 1993. More...

Memorable season for individuals and teams

Year In Review (Fall 2012)

Each high school sports year is filled with its own unique storylines. While some of the athletes and coaches may have appeared in the headlines before, there are always enough newcomers to ensure the action never gets too predictable.  More...

Lamm Post Baseball wins holiday doubleheader

Due to poor weather, Lamm Post Baseball (9-4, 6-3) only played three of seven games scheduled last week and won two of them.  The team’s two victories came on Independence Day in its annual holiday doubleheader against Tonawanda Post at Ve More...

Hilbert College holding girls basketball session starting Sunday

Hilbert College will hold its annual girls summer basketball camp from July 14-18.  Registration and check-in is on Sunday, July 14 between 2:30 and 4 p.m. More...

Cobra Wrestling Academy will host summer camp

Wrestling

The Cobra Wrestling Academy will once again hold its annual summer camp, with the goal of helping younger wrestlers become successful at the highest levels of the sport at both the high school and college levels.  More...

Aquettes help raise money for Kiwanis Club

Synchronized Swimming

The Town of Tonawanda Aquettes teamed up with the Ken-Ton Kiwanis Club last month to collect donations for the annual Franklin J.J. More...

Senior Tennis League enjoys another season

Tennis

When Stan Kent began the Senior Tennis League in 1969, he was a young man instructing older players on the finer aspects of the game.  Kent, 75, now counts himself among the senior citizens and serves as the league’s president.  More...

St. Joe’s set to hold summer camps

The St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute still has four camps remaining in its summer program — soccer, wrestling, baseball and ice hockey.  More...

Youth soccer camp slated at Buffalo State

Buffalo State College is hosting a youth summer camp for boys and girls July 22-26 on the campus’s Coyer Field.  The men’s soccer team is overseeing the brand-new camp designed for both experienced and beginner soccer players, ages 8 More...

Medaille offering boys hoops at end of month

Summer camps

Medaille College head basketball coach and assistant athletic director Mike MacDonald, along with many of his players, will once again host a week of instruction with the summer basketball camp at the newly renovated Sullivan Center on the Medaille C More...

Maryvale hoops camp will be led by varsity coach

Maryvale boys basketball varsity coach Mark Kensy will once again lead the annual Maryvale Basketball Camp in an attempt to help younger players develop their games.  More...

Sports Briefs

The Kenmore East and Kenmore West baseball teams are having a mattress sale fundraiser Saturday, July 13 from 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. and Sunday, July 14 from 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. at Brighton Arena, 251 Brompton Road, in Tonawanda.  More...

Ken-Ton YMCA will host NFL Flag Football

If your child aspires to be a football player one day, maybe signing them up for the Ken-Ton YMCA’s co-ed NFL Flag Football program would be a good idea.  More...

Buffalo Wings 14U In-Line Hockey advance to TORHS semifinals

The Buffalo Wings 14U in-line hockey team advanced to the semifinals of the Tournament of Roller Hockey Series (TORHS) National Championships last week in Taylor, Mich.  In Game 1, a hat trick from captain Matt Cohen (Williamsville East) led the More...