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September 10, 2015 RSS feed / Sports

East gridders pound Frontier in opener

Johnson sets school record with 99-yard fumble return TD

Ray Johnson single-handedly took the wind out of Frontier’s sails in Friday night’s season-opening non-league football contest, as his 99-yard fumble return for a touchdown in the third quarter not only set a new school record for the lon More...

West field hockey returns top two scorers

Offense will hopefully be one of the things West Seneca West field hockey coach Kelli Ruchalski doesn’t have to focus on this fall thanks to the fact that her top two scorers from last season are returning for another go around.  More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, September 10  Boys soccer: East at Amherst Tournament (vs. Amherst), 4:30 p.m.  Girls soccer: East vs. Williamsville South, 5 p.m.; West at Orchard Park, 5 p.m.   More...

I WANT THAT

Clarence’s Jacob Wilcox, left, tries to keep the ball away from West Seneca West’s Noah Torres during the Red Devils’ 2-0 victory Friday at the West Seneca Soccer Complex.   More...

Seniors, sophomores to guide East field hockey

West Seneca East’s field hockey team was one of the younger ones competing in 2014, with just one senior moving on from that squad. More...

SCOREBOARD

West Seneca East  Football: def. Frontier 41-0  Boys soccer: lost to Williamsville East 5-0, lost to Iroquois 4-0  Girls soccer: lost to Williamsville East 4-1, lost to Iroquois 5-2   More...

Chief gridders spoil West’s ‘A’ debut

Fourth-quarter rally lifts Iroquois to win

For the first three and a half quarters of Friday’s season-opening football game, West Seneca West looked like it was going to make a successful transition to Class A South under first-year head coach Mike Vastola.  That’s when Iroqu More...

Sports briefs

The Buffalo Lacrosse Academy is running a boys and girls Fall Ball Academy for grades 1-12 at the Nichols School starting Sept. 13 and running until Oct. 18. Visit www.buffalolacrosse.com for more information and registration.  More...