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September 7, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Flyer gridders top Eagles for second straight year

Maryvale rallies from 24-8 deficit to earn rare win on Cleve Hill’s field

Cleveland Hill’s football team still holds the all-time lead in its rivalry series with Maryvale, but the Flyers have slowly but surely been chipping away at the Eagles’ advantage recently — including Saturday’s 30-24 comeback More...

Maryvale girls soccer wins home opener in double overtime

Maryvale’s girls soccer team was tested in its home opener against league foe Lake Shore, but the Lady Flyers’ determination helped them to persevere in the 100-minute-long double overtime affair, 4-3.  More...

Relay returnees to spark Maryvale girls swimming

Three of the four members of last year’s 200 medley and 200 freestyle relays return for Maryvale’s girls swimming team, and with the free relay having set a school record last season — and the medley foursome qualifying for both ECI More...

Central boys soccer finishes second at Frontier Tournament

Cheektowaga’s boys soccer team placed second at the recently held Frontier Tournament after defeating City Honors, 3-2, in penalty kicks before losing to host Frontier in the final, 3-0.  More...

SCOREBOARD

Cheektowaga  Football: def. Lew-Port 42-0  Boys soccer: tied Iroquois 0-0  Girls soccer: lost to Pioneer 9-0  John F. Kennedy   More...

Sports briefs

The Cheektowaga Sharks CEBA collegiate baseball team will be holding tryouts for its 2018 team at 6 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 10, at Losson Park Diamond II, 810 Losson Road. More...

Central football blanks Lew-Port

Cheektowaga’s football team passed its first test of the season with flying colors Saturday when it shut out Lew-Port, 42-0, to win with relative ease.  More...

Cheektowaga girls tennis hoping to be more competitive in 2017

Cheektowaga girls tennis team coach Christine Lopardi is aiming for a better showing by the Lady Warriors in 2017 after they were held without a win during her first year with the club.  More...

Sectional experience to benefit Cheektowaga girls swim team

Several members of Cheektowaga’s girls swim team qualified to compete at the sectional championships last fall, and coach Matt Hout is banking on those athletes — as well as a few other up-and-coming Lady Warriors with their sights set on More...

Bear gridders have solid takeaways from loss to bigger school

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Buffalo will win a snoozefest

Bills predictions

Much has changed in the NFL since 2007. Passing numbers have exploded, concussions have changed the way we look at football.  More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, September 7  Boys soccer: Cheektowaga at Depew, 7 p.m.  Girls soccer: Cheektowaga vs. East Aurora, 4:30 p.m.;  Maryvale vs. Springville, 4:45 p.m.  Girls volleyball: Cheektowaga at Iroquois, 5:30 p.m.   More...