Weekly Feature



August 25, 2016 RSS feed / Sports

Former player takes helm for East boys soccer

West Seneca East’s boys soccer program is tasking one of its own with getting things back on track this season. More...

Tombstone piledrives MOGs in quarterfinal-round clash

Glory Days softball

The Tombstone Saloon defeated the Mostly Old Guys, 12-5, in Thursday’s Glory Days Softball quarterfinal round playoff action. More...

Sports briefs

The Buffalo Lacrosse Academy is running a boys and girls fall ball academy at the Nichols School, 1250 Amherst St. in Buffalo, for players entering grades 1-12. The academy will start Sunday, Sept. 11, and will run until Sunday, Oct. 16. More...

East girls volleyball’s JV coach makes jump to varsity squad

First-year coach Jenna Yates might be new to the position with West Seneca East’s girls volleyball squad, but as the junior varsity coach for the past two seasons, she’s had a front-row seat during the current crop of Lady Trojans’ More...

Loss of dominant outside hitter not deterring West boys volleyball

Just as one 6-foot-10 program alum was winning an Olympic bronze medal and another was about to embark on the same collegiate path that set the two-time Olympian on his course with destiny, West Seneca West’s boys volleyball team began preparin More...

West Sports Boosters to hold golf tourney to fund scholarship

The West Seneca West Sports Boosters will be holding its eighth annual scholarship golf outing Saturday, Sept. 10, at Harvest Hill Golf Center, located on Old Transit Road in Orchard Park. More...

Senior-heavy roster aiming to push West boys soccer above .500 mark

Thanks to a roster brimming with senior talent, West Seneca West boys soccer coach Brian De- Glopper is cautiously optimistic about the Indians’ chances of doing something that hasn’t happened in a while: finishing with a record above the More...