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January 25, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

Wildcats hoops now 5-1 in league

The Depew boys’ basketball team is off to an impressive start to league play. The team is now 5-1 in ECIC IV and 7-4 overall after a solid stretch of games.  The Wildcats got a 60-58 win over Alden Jan. 9 in a game they almost gave away. More...

Legends girls bowling team wins division title

The Lancaster girls bowling team clinched at least a share of the ECIC large school division title Monday with a 5-2 win over Frontier. The team finished 9-1 in league play. More...

CALENDAR

Thursday, January 25 Girls basketball: Depew at Cleveland Hill 6:30 p.m. Boys Federation ice hockey: St. Mary’s vs. St. Joe’s 7:30 p.m. Girls ice hockey: Lancaster vs. Kenmore East 5:30 p.m. More...

Sports briefs

Team New Era Baseball will hold tryouts for its 8- and-9-year-old rookie elite travel baseball program at 2 p.m. on Sunday, Jan. 14 and 21, at its Depew facility, 3950 Broadway. More...

Lady Legends win three in a row to move to 10-1

The Lancaster girls’ basketball team has won three straight to move to 10-1 on the season and 4-1 in league play after suffering their first loss of the season Jan. 9.  More...

Lancaster wrestling team wins first-ever sectional dual meet title

It was an eventful week for the Lancaster wrestling team. The Legends defeated Clarence in a rivalry match Wednesday to claim the ECIC I Division Title. Saturday, they became the first-ever team to win a Section VI Dual Meet Championship. More...

BLOCK PARTY

- Ryan Mansell of Lancaster takes the shot away under the basket from Orchard Park’s Eric Liberatore in the Legends 75-59 win over Orchard Park last Thursday. More...

TAKE IT TO THE HOLE

- Eric Kegler of St. Mary’s finds room for a drive to the rim against Jack Capen of St. Joe’s during the Lancers 83-75 win over the Marauders last Tuesday. More...

Sports briefs

Daemen College will host boys and girls basketball camps Feb. 19-22.  The boys winter break basketball camp, for those in grades pre-K through 8, will be held from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. at Daemen’s Lumsden Gymnasium. The cost is $175.  More...

Maryvale girls hoops clobbers Alden, drops pair of close games

Maryvale’s girls basketball team exploited the strong play of its guards at both ends of the court when it took on Alden Jan. 17, which led to the Lady Flyers’ lopsided 52-23 victory.  More...

Maryvale grapplers prevail on Senior Night

Senior Paul Tripi moved within seven wins of 100 for his career Jan. More...

Volleyball clinic registration open for area youths

The Junior Wildcat Winter Clinic Series will be held from 6:30 to 8 p.m. More...

Depew Lady Hoopsters top JFK

The Depew girls basketball team got its third win of the season Friday with a 33-22 victory over JFK. The defense obviously put forth a dominant effort, pressing the Bears into mistakes that led to missed shots. More...

Wins, tie move MMA girls hockey into second place

For the second consecutive week, the Monsignor Martin Association girls ice hockey team played three straight days in a row and finished with two wins and a tie.  More...

SCOREBOARD

Depew Boys basketball: Defeated Tonawanda 66-37; lost to Frontier 88-59 Boys bowling: Lost to Cleveland Hill 5-2 Girls bowling: Defeated Holland 6.5-.5; defeated Cleveland Hill 6-1 More...

Lancaster native nominated for Hobey Baker Award

Canisius junior forward and Lancaster native Dylan McLaughlin has been named a nominee for the 2018 Hobey Baker Memorial Award, foundation officials announced.  McLaughlin is a candidate for one of the most prestigious awards in all of college s More...

Depew/Cleveland Hill grapplers continue learning down stretch

The education of Depew/Cleveland Hill’s younger wrestlers this season continued during recent outings that included a pair of league dual meets and an appearance at Lockport’s annual tournament.  More...

Lancaster boys track tops Section VI in Border War

The Lancaster boys indoor track team was the top point-earner for Section VI at the Section V-VI Border War Meet last Saturday at Houghton College. The boys team scored 52 points and was fifth overall in the 51-school combined meet.  More...

Depew track team breaks two program records

The Depew track team rewrote two sections of its record book in the weekend’s Section V-VI “Border War” at Houghton College. New program bests were set in the 1600-meter run and the triple jump.  More...

PUT IT UP

- Caroline Zanghi of St. Mary’s finds some shooting space in the paint during the Lady Lancers 53-42 loss to Mount St. Mary Friday. The team is now 8-8 overall and 3-3 in league play. More...

LRD volleyball leagues continue action

After a couple of weeks of snow and other postponements, the Lancaster Parks and Recreation Department adult volleyball leagues fired up on all fronts the week of Jan. 16-18.  More...

WNY Winter Pool League opens 39th year

The Western New York Winter Pool League opened on Jan. 14, marking the 39th year of eight-ball play. The league started a week late because of the Buffalo Bills playoff game on Jan. More...

Maryvale girls bowling blanks Alden, takes out Cheektowaga

Maryvale’s girls bowling team took care of business in its last two matches to put itself in position to contend for the regular-season title after knocking off Alden and crosstown rival Cheektowaga in its two most recent contests.  More...