Weekly Feature



December 1, 2010 RSS feed / Sports

Marauders out to avenge early elimination

Boys Basketball

For the first time in 10 years, the St. Joe’s Marauders failed to advance past the first round of the Monsignor Martin Association playoffs in 2010. More...

Sagasta breaks sectional record as Blue Devils swim at states

It was an impressive day in the water for the girl swimmers of Kenmore West High School at the New York State Public School Championships Nov. 20 at the Erie Community College Flickinger Aquatic Center.   More...

Blue Devils rebuilt for 2010-11

Boys Basketball

The Kenmore West Blue Devils will have a completely different look when they take the court for the first time this season. Gone are most of the starters from the 2009-10 team that went 9-11 overall. More...

Bulldogs look to rebound from disappointing season

Boys Basketball

The 2009-10 basketball season was a struggle for the Kenmore East Bulldogs. The team took its lumps in league play and limped to a 5-13 overall record, winning just two league games. More...

Sports briefs

Allison Franz, a Town of Tonawanda resident and freshman at Sacred Heart Academy, placed, placed second on bars with a 7.55 at the Snowflake Invitational, hosted by Stumpfs Gymnastics, on Sunday. More...

High School Sports Calendar

Wednesday, Dec. 1 Girls Basketball — Cardinal O’Hara at Hutch-Tech Tournament, TBA. Thursday, Dec. 2 Boys Basketball — Kenmore East at Iroquois Tip-Off Tourney, TBA. Girls Basketball — Mount St. Mary’s vs. More...

Kenmore West girls have big shoes to fill

Girls Basketball

The Kenmore West Blue Devils experienced quite a turnover during the offseason between the 2009-10 and 2010-11 seasons. More...

Mel Ott, Connie Mack merge

As of Oct. 20, Mel Ott and Connie Mack Little Leagues have merged to form one new competitive league. More...

Youth movement underway at The Mount

Girls Basketball

The Mount St. Mary’s Thunder varsity basketball team lost five seniors from last season, three of which were starters, as well as a sophomore starter. More...

Sweet Home boys hoops in transition mode

For the first time in 11 seasons, someone else besides Paul Schintzius will be roaming the sidelines for the Sweet Home boys basketball team.   More...

Lady Panthers seek balanced lineup

In recent years, the Sweet Home girls basketball team has always had a standout player who would put up lots of points and rebounds. It’s a much different dynamic this year.   More...