Weekly Feature



December 7, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Maryvale grapplers seek further improvement

With just one member of last year’s team that posted its first winning season in over a decade no longer with the squad, it’s no surprise that Maryvale wrestling coach Dale Striker is entering the 2017-18 campaign cautiously optimistic ab More...

JFK cagers win season opener

John F. Kennedy’s boys basketball team kicked off its 2017-18 season triumphantly Friday by trouncing Buffalo Arts, 57-27.  More...

Maryvale tops Cleve Hill in Odrobina opener

Girls basketball

A dominant defensive effort in the opening frame of Friday’s Pete Odrobina Memorial Tip-Off Tournament allowed Maryvale’s girls basketball team to set the tone for what would be a one-sided 56-20 conquest of crosstown rival Cleveland Hill More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, Dec. 7  Girls basketball: Cheektowaga vs. Lake Shore, 6:30 p.m.; JFK at Tonawanda, 7 p.m.; Maryvale at Springville, 6:30 p.m.  Bowling: JFK vs. Pioneer, 4:30 p.m.  Friday, Dec. 8   More...

Big Red Basketball registration slated

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...

Central boys hoops set to begin life without WNY’s all-time top scorer

For the better part of the past five years, Cheektowaga’s boys basketball team was considered an instant contender for a Section VI championship due to the fact that Dominick Welch — whose career as a Warrior concluded last winter with hi More...

Depew/Cleve Hill wrestling in line for rebuilding season

The merged wrestling team featuring grapplers from Depew and Cleveland Hill was one to reckon with last winter, as the squad finished the 2016-17 campaign ranked in the top 10 in Western New York following efforts that led to three team members advan More...

Central wrestlers seeking success

Cheektowaga’s wrestling program is always one of the tougher small schools around in Western New York, and this year’s crop of Warriors looks to be no different despite losing four seniors — including a state tournament qualifier &m More...

SCOREBOARD

Cheektowaga  Girls basketball: lost to Olmsted 41-31, lost to Mount St. Mary 84-51  Cleveland Hill  Boys basketball: lost to Health Sciences 92-22, lost to Lancaster 52-44   More...