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September 13, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Cheektowaga gridders shut out EA/Holland

Victory provides exclamation point on night that new field is dedicated

Cheektowaga’s football team helped successfully christen its new multi-sport artificial turf athletic facility in its home opener Friday, as the Warriors held East Aurora/Holland to a net total of negative three yards of offense in posting thei More...

JFK girls volleyball boasts veteran-laden roster

If ever there were a season where JFK’s girls volleyball team was set up to succeed, it would be this one.  More...

Depew cross-country teams aiming to be competitive

Both Depew cross-country teams boast solid groups of returners as they prepare for the 2018 season. More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

CheektowagaFootball: def. East Aurora/Holland 31-0Boys soccer: lost to East Aurora 7-0, def. Pioneer 6-1Girls soccer: lost to Lake Shore 10-0, lost to East Aurora 11-0 More...

JFK football’s low numbers proves detrimental on road

JFK’s football team received another reminder of how valuable depth is where success is concerned Friday night, as the Bears were able to hang around host Gowanda/Pine Valley throughout the first half before things started to snowball in the se More...

Maryvale boys soccer wins first two games

Slow starts weren’t enough to thwart Maryvale’s boys soccer team in either of its first two games of the season, as the Flyers topped both Depew/Cleveland Hill and Iroquois to begin their 2018 campaign 2-0. More...

Depew football falls to 0-2 with loss to Olean

Depew football suffered another tough loss Friday night when they fell to Olean 39-29 at home. The Huskies did a good job of stopping the Depew run, while also successfully running the ball on offense. More...

Flyers’ boys volleyball team beats EA in home opener

Maryvale’s boys volleyball team took down East Aurora with relative ease Friday, posting a 25-13, 25-15, 25-18 triumph over the Blue Devils in its home opener. More...

Staffers expect a Chargers blowout Sunday

Bills predictions

I guess you would call that start inauspicious. The Bills suffered one of their worst losses in franchise history, falling to the Ravens 47-3.  The Bills were outclassed in every facet of the game. More...

Flyer gridders dominate Lew-Port

A steady dose of passing plays pushed Maryvale’s football team to an early three-score advantage that proved to be more than enough in what would be the Flyers’ 62-6 triumph over Lew-Port Friday.  More...

YOU CAN'T HAVE THAT

YOU CAN’T HAVE THAT — Cheektowaga goalie Emily Krause boxes out East Aurora’s Katriana Kivari as Kivari attempts to put a rebound in the Lady Warriors’ net during the Lady Blu More...

Eagles’ Thomas soars in comeback win

Javon Thomas was the hero of the day for Cleveland Hill’s football team Saturday, as his interception on the Eagles’ 12-yard line with a second to play in regulation stopped the driving Wilson Lakemen cold to preserve Cleveland Hill&rsquo More...

HIGHSCHOOLSPORTS CALENDAR

Thursday, September 13 Boys soccer: Depew/Cleveland Hill vs. Pioneer, 6 p.m.; Maryvale vs. East Aurora, 4:30 pm. Girls soccer: Cheektowaga vs. Pioneer, 7 p.m. Boys volleyball: Cheektowaga vs. St. Francis, 6:30 More...

Cleve Hill cross-country receives reinforcements from Maryvale

Cleveland Hill’s cross-country program welcomed the idea of adding some new blood to the mix after its boys team went 1-4 and its girls squad finished 3-2 in 2017, so when it was suggested that students from Maryvale – who didn’t ha More...

Maryvale girls soccer wins opener

Maryvale’s young girls soccer team opened its 2018 season on a positive note, shutting out Dunkirk in the first round of Eden’s Maroon Classic Tournament, but has been unable to recapture that magic since, falling to 1-4 overall while end More...

Young swimmers to be key to Central’s success

A group of freshmen looking to make a successful transition from the modified level to varsity this season have the potential to be difference makers for Cheektowaga’s girls swimming team this fall. More...

Central boys soccer team falls to Depew/Cleve Hill

Cheektowaga’s boys soccer team was doubled up by the newly combined Depew/Cleveland Hill squad Friday, 4-2, after turning in a performance coach Matt Haberl called “uninspired.”  More...