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October 12, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Central gridders put EA/Holland away early

Thirty-point first quarter propels Warriors to victory

Cheektowaga’s football team made sure to send its fans — and its plethora of seniors — home happy from Friday’s Homecoming Game, as the Warriors put up 30 points in the first quarter en route to earning a 44-12 victory over Ea More...

Lady Bears’ soccer team shuts out Lackawanna

Senior Kelsey Flynn recorded a hat trick to highlight the Senior Night efforts by JFK’s girls soccer team in the Lady Bears’ 9-0 triumph over Lackawanna on Oct. 4. More...

Eagle gridders crush Eden/North Collins in final tune-up for finale with rival JFK

A second Cheektowaga area football team posted 40 or more points for the second time in as many weeks to start what would ultimately be a lopsided victory.  More...

Maryvale girls soccer squad avenges prior loss to Iroquois

Maryvale’s girls soccer team didn’t dwell on its recent lopsided defeat at the hands of ECIC III leader Pioneer, but instead rallied to take down league foe Iroquois by a 4-2 count to avenge an earlier 7-2 setback to the Lady Chiefs.  More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, October 12  Girls soccer: Cheektowaga at Maryvale, 4:45 p.m.; JFK vs. Alden, 4:45 p.m.  Boys volleyball: Cheektowaga vs. Kenmore East, 6 p.m.   More...

Wilson tops JFK in crucial C North football battle, 52-28

For the second straight season, JFK’s football team came up short when it took on Wilson with the opportunity to really help its own Federation playoff cause as the Bears conceded 39 first-half points en route to dropping a 52-28 decision Frida More...

Depew football wins shootout, moves to 4-2

Depew football won a shootout Friday night, defeating Olean on the road, 44-41. The win put the Wildcats in a great position to make the playoffs, moving them to 3-2 in league play and 4-2 overall.  More...

Aquettes accepting new swimmers

New swimmers, ages 6-13, are being accepted for the Town of Tonawanda Aquettes’ synchronized swimming’s developmental novice team for the 2017-18 season.  More...

BLAST ZONE

Maryvale’s Alex DiRado fires his way out of the edge of a sand trap during Tuesday’s ECIC Individual Championships at Sheridan Park Golf Course. DiRado ultimated tied for 48th place with his 18-hole round of 94 (44-50).   More...

Road warrior mentality pushes Flyers’ boys volleyball to victory

Maryvale’s boys volleyball team made the most of its week away from home, picking up three victories — including two in league play — and reaching the semifinals of the Lockport Tournament to cap a busier than-usual stretch of compe More...

SCOREBOARD

Cheektowaga  Football: def. East Aurora/Holland 44-12  Boys soccer: def. Springville 2-1, def. Lake Shore 1-0  Girls soccer: lost to Springville 6-1   More...

Maryvale clobbers Lew-Port to keep undefeated record intact for finale

Rashad Law took a step out of the shadows into the limelight a bit for Maryvale’s football team Friday night at Lewiston-Porter, leading the ground game with 80 yards and two touchdowns on seven carries while adding 78 yards and a touchdown on More...

Maryvale blanks Central

Girls tennis

Maryvale’s girls tennis team coasted to a 5-0 win over crosstown rival Cheektowaga on Oct. 3 behind three points that were earned in straight sets.  More...

Central boys soccer tops Lake Shore, Springville

Cheektowaga’s boys soccer team moved into a tie for second in the ECIC III standings Thursday by knocking off Lake Shore, 1-0.  More...

EYE ON THE BALL

Matt Budzynski of Depew keeps a ball in bounds during a 0-0 tie against St. Mary’s Thursday. The Wildcats fell to 1-7-1 in league play and 3-8-3 overall with a loss to Lackawanna Friday. More...

Sports briefs

New York Inferno Fastpitch is looking for a few players. The 14U Gold Futures is looking for a 2003-2004 pitcher, utility player and hitters. The 16U Showcase Platinum and Gold teams are looking for pitching and hitters. More...