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July 21, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

West’s Villagomez named Bee’s top female athlete

The third of the Villagomez sisters just wrapped up her West Seneca West high school career a little more than a month ago, and with that conclusion comes to a close one of the best assaults on the girls lacrosse record book that the program has ever More...

Knights stay perfect at Tombstone’s expense

Glory Days Softball

The Tombstone Saloon lost to the still-perfect Knights by just one run, 9-8, in recent 50+ Division Glory Days Softball action. More...

Hockey training camp, combine scheduled

The second annual Buffalo Hockey Training Camp and Combine will be held from August 8-13 at the Northtown Center at Amherst, 1615 Amherst Manor Drive. The hockey camp is slated to run from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m., Aug. More...

Daemen College to host hoops camp

Daemen College men’s basketball coach Mike MacDonald will be hosting a two-week summer basketball camp for boys ages 5 to 14 Aug. 8-12. The camp, which will be held at the Lumsden Gymnasium on the Daemen campus, will run from 9 a.m. More...

Sting 16U ‘00’ softball wins Turn 2 Invitational

The 16U Western New York Sting “00” softball team was recently crowned champion of the Turn 2 Invitational Softball Tournament in Concord, New Hampshire. More...

TOURNEY WINNERS

The West Seneca Hurricanes U11 girls travel soccer team allowed just three goals in five games en route to winning their division at the recently held Amherst Soccer Tournament. More...

Sports brief

The third annual Groff’s “Drop the Gloves” Condi- tioning Clinic, run by Linda Groff-Mroz, will be held from 7 to 8 p.m. on Sundays, July 24 and 31, as well as Aug. 7, and from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. on Sundays, July 24, Aug. More...

‘Blue’ Athletics fares well at Eden ‘Corn’ Invitational

The West Seneca “Blue” Athletics Club once again turned in some solid performances when it traveled to Eden Thursday to take part in the Eden Valley Club’s Summer Track and Field “Corn” Invitational. More...

High school teams to compete in Off Field Challenge

High school sports teams across the region are hosting Unyts blood drives this summer as part of the third annual Off Field Challenge. More...

HarborCenter to host 3-on-3 hockey tourneys

After a successful debut last summer, the Harbor- Center will once again be holding 3-on-3 hockey tournaments in July and August. More...

St. Joe’s to hold summer camps

St. Joe’s Collegiate Institute will hold a series of sports camps this summer, mostly aimed at middle school-aged boys. Aside from hockey, each camp will cost $100. Hockey will cost $175. More...

Black Watch Premier-Buffalo to hold tryouts at D’Youvi le

Black Watch Premier-Buffalo, a premier level soccer club focused on player development, will be holding tryouts for the boys and girls U9 to U19 teams for the 2016-17 season. More...

Clarence to offer softball, basketball summer camps

Athletes looking to improve their lacrosse, softball, basketball skills will soon have the opportunity to do so in Clarence. More...

HarborCenter to hold high school alumni tourney

High school graduates will have a chance to play for their alma mater at the New York State High School Hockey Alumni Championships, Aug. 6-7, at the rinks at HarborCenter. Players will be able to compete in over-21 and over-35 age divisions. More...

Albano, Daemen College to host girls summer volleyball camps

Daemen College volleyball coach Stephanie Albano will host a pair of girls volleyball camps this summer. The camps run from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. with early drop-off options at no extra cost. All camps include a T-shirt. More...