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February 26, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

Cavs stomp Tar Heels in Southtowns Y hoops

The Southtowns Family YMCA Youth Basketball League, which draws players from multiple locations that include West Seneca, Orchard Park and Lancaster, saw its teams continue to light up the hardwood during recent action. More...

Sharks 19U Baseball seeks pitchers

The Cheektowaga Sharks 19U travel baseball team is in need of a few pitchers to complete its roster for the 2015 CEBA League-Collegiate Division season. More...

West foursome qualifies for state championships

Indoor track

West Seneca West’s indoor track program will be represented at the upcoming state championships at Cornell University following the efforts of four of its athletes at Saturday’s annual Section VI Championships, held this year for the firs More...

West hockey tops Panthers, falls to Ken East in playoffs

West Seneca West’s hockey team made sure to have last season’s winless postseason appearance go down as a fluke Friday when it topped Sweet Home, 6-2, to resume its pattern of winning at least one Western New York Federation Small Schools More...

Stempniak finally makes Rangers’ FNC debut

November’s lake-effect snowstorm delays native’s latest hometown stop

Lee Stempniak has had the opportunity to play in the home of the Buffalo Sabres — the team he grew up following as a young hockey player — 10 times prior to joining the New York Rangers this past offseason. More...

East names January’s top athletes

West Seneca East’s Varsity “E” Club and Girls Athletic Association recently announced that Ed Radka, Joe Ramunno, Vincent Leone, Josh Glaub, Brandon Day, Kelsey Kaufman, Nicole Harris and Jaycee Frick were their respective Athletes More...

SCOREBOARD

West Seneca East  Girls basketball: lost to Lake Shore 59-45  Hockey: lost to Grand Island 2-1 (OT) in a Federation Small Schools quarterfinal  West Seneca West   More...

East hockey drops OT heartbreaker in playoff opener

West Seneca East’s hockey team felt pretty confident about its chances to advance in the Western New York Federation Small Schools playoffs entering its quarterfinal round game with Grand Island Sunday, having defeated the Vikings in close outi More...