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December 14, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

JFK cagers down crosstown rival Eagles

Senior leadership was a key factor in the Bears breaking a long losing streak to the Eagles Friday as John F. More...

Boys’ veteran-laden squad primed to succeed this year

Maryvale bowling

Maryvale’s boys bowling team is one of the perennial contenders for a regular-season and even a sectional title given the wealth of talent that seems to never run dry, and much to the chagrin of the Flyers’ opponents, this winter is looki More...

Warrior wrestlers place 10th at own Duals Tournament

Cheektowaga’s wrestling team finished in 10th place at Saturday’s 13th annual Warrior Duals after going 0-5 on the day.  More...

Maryvale boys swimming tops Pioneer in first meet

Maryvale’s first-year boys swimming coach Christopher Kaplan didn’t have to wait long to pick up his first win at the helm, as the Flyers’ hard work leading up to the regular season paid off via their 98½-73½ conquest of Pioneer on More...

SCOREBOARD

Cheektowaga  Boys swimming: def. Lake Shore 97-63  Wrestling: def. Lackawanna 54-30  Cleveland Hill  Girls basketball: lost to Depew 36-32   More...

Maryvale boys hoops thumps Albion

A better all-around performance helped Maryvale’s boys basketball team bounce back from a tough season-opening loss to defeat Albion with relative ease on Friday, 71-50.  More...

Big Red Basketball registration set

Registration is currently under way for the 11th annual Big Red Basketball Club training sessions and team formation.  The Big Red Basketball Club offers a more advanced level of basketball training for boys and girls in fourth through ninth gra More...

JFK boys bowling team sweeps Holland in opener

John F. Kennedy’s boys bowling team kicked off its 2017-18 campaign in style on Dec. 5 as the Bears shut out Holland, 7-0.  More...

Central bowling teams have ingredients for success

Cheektowaga’s boys and girls bowling teams have different compositions this winter and are coming into the 2017-18 campaign off entirely different efforts last winter, but co-coach Dan Kaplan – back with the program after a one-year sabba More...

Girls’ squad records split in year’s first two matches

Maryvale’s girls bowling team was able to put early-season disappointment behind it pretty quickly, as the Lady Flyers bounced back from their season opening 4-3 loss to Depew on Dec. More...

Veteran group hoping to push Cleve Hill boys swimming team

Cleveland Hill’s boys swimming team has been a solid performer over the years, and with the number of athletes returning from last year’s squad that finished 6-4 overall, coach Doug Newman is optimistic that the Eagles will continue along More...

Fourth annual Daemen tennis carnival set

The fourth annual Daemen Tennis Carnival will be held Saturday, Jan. 27, at Miller Tennis Center, 5959 Sheridan Drive in Williamsville, the indoor home of Daemen’s men’s and women’s tennis teams. More...

Daemen to hold volleyball clinics

Don Gleason, head men’s volleyball coach at Daemen College, will conduct volleyball clinics for middle school and high school boys in December.  The middle school boys clinic, open to boys in grades 6 to 8, runs from 10 a.m. to noon, Dec. More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, December 14  Boys basketball: Cleveland Hill at Roy-Hart, 7 p.m.  Girls basketball: Cheektowaga vs. East Aurora, 6:30 p.m.  Wrestling: Cleveland Hill/Depew vs. Williamsville South (at Cleveland Hill), 6 p.m.   More...

Staffers divided on key Week 15 contest

Bills predictions

They’re still alive — for now.  The Buffalo Bills avoided being mathematically eliminated from the postseason this past Sunday by surviving Mother Nature’s snowy fury, the loss of starting back-up quarterback Nathan Peterman to More...