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December 14, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

East hockey overwhelms Billies, 4-1

West Seneca East’s hockey team did everything in its power to ensure Williamsville South wouldn’t have much of a chance – or even the willpower – to take the Trojans down during Friday’s game at the West Seneca Town Ice More...

West wrestling’s veteran crew aiming for greater success

West Seneca West’s wrestling team is poised to do well this winter after losing just two seniors – including one who was unable to compete down the stretch last season due to injury – off a squad that earned a .500 record against EC More...

Lady Trojan cagers win twice, improve to 4-0

Weiner posts triple-double in victory over McKinley

West Seneca East’s girls basketball team improved on one of its best starts in quite some time last week, picking up wins over both McKinley and Sweet Home in a span of just three days to move to 4-0 on the season.  More...

SCOREBOARD

West Seneca East  Girls basketball: def. McKinley 59-41, def. Sweet Home 54-37  Boys hockey: def. Williamsville South 4-1  West Seneca West   More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, December 14  Boys ice hockey: at Grand Island (at Hyde Park Ice Pavilion), 5 p.m.  Girls ice hockey: at Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park (at Hamburg Ice Rink), 4:30 p.m.   More...

Staffers divided on key Week 15 clash with Miami

Bills predictions

They’re still alive — for now.  The Buffalo Bills avoided being mathematically eliminated from the postseason this past Sunday by surviving Mother Nature’s snowy fury, the loss of starting back-up quarterback Nathan Peterman to More...

Depth has boys swimming coach anticipating solid 2017-18 effort

West Seneca’s combined district boys swimming team had an extremely solid 8-2 effort last winter, and though two key contributors to that success won’t be back this time around, coach David Papke is cautiously optimistic that the squad ca More...

Reigning boys bowling champ West will have new look this winter

The success West Seneca West’s boys bowling team achieved during the 2016-17 season was the culmination of many years of hard work by a large number of the players who made up the five-man squad that competed in tournament action.  More...

West boys hoops crushes JFK, tops Clarence in ECIC I opener

West Seneca West’s boys basketball team knocked off JFK with relative ease in its final non-league tune-up before beginning divisional play in similar fashion Friday, moving to 4-0 on the season after posting victories over both the Bears and C More...

West indoor track primed for success

West Seneca West’s indoor track program has been one of the most consistent performers over the years, and the 2017-18 version of the squad should be no different, given the wealth of talent the Indians have on both the boys and girls teams.&nb More...

East boys bowling expecting tough South Large schedule

West Seneca East’s boys bowling team anticipates another tough divisional season competing in the South Large Schools division as it prepares to compete with a roster lined with both returning keglers and varsity newcomers this winter.  More...