Weekly Feature



November 7, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

St. Joe’s cross-country team narrowly wins All-Catholic title

The St. Joe’s cross-country team is back on top. More...

St. Joe’s football falls to St. Francis in semifinals

The St. Joe’s football season came to an end Saturday with a 42-29 loss to St. Francis in the quarterfinal round of the Monsignor Martin semifinals.  The Red Raiders scored first when St. Joe’s fumbled the ball and the St. More...

FLOAT LIKE A BUTTERFLY

- Kenmore West sophomore Bailey Wiegand competes in the 100-yard butterfly at the Section VI Individual Qualifier Meet last weekend. Wiegand finished 14th in the event in a time of 1:03.54. More...

Ken West girls soccer finishes successful season

A successful Kenmore West girls soccer season came to a difficult end in October when the Lady Blue Devils lost 8-0 to Hamburg in the Section VI Class A1 quarterfinals.  The team finished the season 10-8 overall, with a 1-0 prequarterfinal victo More...

North Tonawanda girls volleyball team wins playoff opener, finishes .500

North Tonawanda’s first season under coach Katie Harrington’s guidance recently came to an end, but not before the 10th-seeded Lady Lumberjacks were able to secure a 25-22 25-17 25-16 victory over seventh-seeded Hutch-Tech Oct. More...

Appenheimer wins All-Catholic Meet

For the third year in a row, Tommy Appenheimer ran away from the All-Catholic field. More...

St. Joe’s announces Athletic Hall of Fame class

The St. Joseph’s Collegiate Institute Alumni Association recently announced that the following individuals and teams will be inducted into the St. Joe’s Sports Hall of Fame: Sean F. D'Arcy '77, Taylor D. More...

St. Joe’s soccer team repeats as Monsignor Martin Champions

St. Joe’s soccer won its second-straight Monsignor Martin Championship Friday in nearly identical fashion to last year.  More...

Marauders volleyball falls in Monsignor Martin final

St. Joe’s had Canisius on the ropes in the second set of the Monsignor Martin boys volleyball championship Thursday. They led 20-15, just five points away from tying the 18-time champions at one set apiece.  More...

KEEP IT ALIVE

- Sarah Vicari of Mount St. Mary attempts to keep a play alive by setting up one of her teammates for a kill in last Monday’s Monsignor Martin three-set semifinal loss to Sacred Heart at Cardinal O’Hara High School. More...

BARS -

Kenmore Gymnast Mikala Thursam competes on the uneven bars at last weekend’s Section VI Championship Meet at Kenmore West High School. Thursam finished 23rd in the All-Around score and had a best finish of 12th on the balance beam. More...

NT Youth hoops accepting registration

The North Tonawanda Department of Youth, Recreation and Parks is accepting registration for its Youth Basketball Program.  More...

Thunder Cross-Country finishes fourth at All-Catholics

The Mount St. Mary Cross Country team completed their season Sunday at Knox Farms State Park at the All-Catholic Championships.  The Varsity team finished a somber fourth as they finished just four points behind a very good Nichols team.  More...

Staffers expect low-scoring game against Jets

Bills predictions

Sunday’s loss to Chicago was another ugly chapter in what has been an offensive disaster of a season for the Bills.  Buffalo was held to a single-digit point total for the third game in a row and the fifth time this season. More...