Weekly Feature

October 19, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

West gridders top East, finish regular season 7-0

West Seneca West’s football team crossed its first goal for the season off its list Friday night when it edged out crosstown rival West Seneca East, 35-28, to post its first undefeated regular season since 1995 and earn its first regular season More...

East girls swimming team wins final two regular-season meets

West Seneca East’s girls swimming team headed into this past weekend’s ECIC “BB” Championships looking to do well after closing out the regular season with victories over Sweet Home and Williamsville South.  The wins boos More...

GIVE ME THAT

West Seneca East’s Matt Stzaba, right, battles for possession of the ball with Cheektowaga’s Zach Karp during the two teams’ Section VI Class A-2 prequarterfinal Monday. More...

SCOREBOARD

West Seneca East  Boys soccer: lost to Holland 4-3, lost to Cheektowaga 5-0 in a Section VI Class A-2 prequarterfinal  Girls soccer: lost to Amherst 1-0 (OT), lost to Williamsville South 7-0   More...

West boys soccer team falls in double OT A-1 playoff clash

West Seneca West’s boys soccer team came tantalizingly close to upsetting 2016 Class A-1 runner-up McKinley Monday, but in the end the 11th-seeded Indians found themselves on the wrong side of a 2-1 double-overtime decision that went in the Mac More...

Lady Indians finish second in Burnt Hills debut

West Seneca West’s girls cross-country team made the most of its debut in the 36th annual Burnt Hills Cross-Country Invitational at Saratoga State Park, with 12 of the 14 Lady Indians who competed earning medals for their efforts –— More...

CALENDAR

Friday, October 20  Football: East at Grand Island, 7 p.m.; West vs. Sweet Home, 7 p.m.  Girls volleyball: East and West at Hamburg Classic, 4:30 p.m.  Girls swimming: East and West at ECICs (at Clarence), TBA   More...

Cantafio among leaders in Real Men Wear Pink cancer fundraising effort

Former West Seneca West varsity football coach Joe Cantafio has helped raise over $20,000 for breast cancer research as a Western New York ACS Real Men Wear Pink candidate.  The president of the West Seneca Teachers Association currently leads More...

West girls soccer falls in final playoff tune-ups

West Seneca West’s girls soccer team was unable to capture any positive momentum heading into the postseason after being shut out by Orchard Park and Lancaster in its final two games of the 2017 campaign.  More...

West names September’s top athletes

West Seneca West’s Varsity “W” Club and Girls Athletic Association recently announced their respective Athletes of the Month for September to be Christian Ruiz, Matt Myers, Nicholas Pozzutto, Mike Borton, Cameron Cswaykus, Casey Geh More...

East names new school year’s first Athletes of the Month

West Seneca East’s Varsity “E” Club and Girls Athletic Association recently announced that Alaina Lanthier, Kathryn Zieziula, Heather Borodzik, Emma Grzebinski, Joshua Glaub, Phillip Leach, Alex Sarick and Zach Ford were their respe More...

Tough luck plagues Lady Trojans heading into soccer postseason

West Seneca East’s girls soccer team had trouble finding the back of the opposition’s net in three of its four games to close out the regular season, with its only win of the bunch — a 3-0 conquest of Sweet Home on Oct. More...

East harriers turn in solid efforts in October

West Seneca East’s cross-country program has recorded a number of steady performances in what has been a decent October for the Trojans.  More...

Sports brief

Clarence’s physical education department is seeking lifeguards for its upcoming gym classes. Potential candidates need not reside in the district in order to be considered.  More...