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August 16, 2017 RSS feed / Sports

Rusin to be posthumously inducted into Section VI HOF

Garfinkel also to be honored

James Rusin, former director of athletics in Williamsville, will be posthumously inducted into the fourth annual Section VI Hall of Fame.  The induction ceremony is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 8 at the Columns Banquet in Elma. More...

CHAMPIONS

— The USTA L1 Championships, held this past weekend at Miller Tennis Center, were swept by three Miller Tennis Center Buffalo Tennis Academy students. More...

Travel softball squads seeks additional players

A pair of Clarence-based travel softball teams are looking for a few extra players to fill out their rosters for the 2018 season.  The 12U Clarence Red Devils-White softball team remains in need of both a pitcher and a positional player, while t More...

KICKOFF

— Amherst Central graduate Mark Rubin speaks to Amherst modified, junior varsity and varsity athletes as part of the 2017-18 Athletic Kickoff meeting Monday in the Amherst high school auditoriu More...

Miller Tennis Center announces upgrades

With the summer season winding down and the 2017-18 indoor season fast approaching, Miller Tennis Center, the area’s largest year-round tennis facility, has announced upgrades for the upcoming season.  More...

Senior MOGs claim fifth straight 60+ title

Glory Days Softball

The Senior Mostly Old Guys recently won their fifth consecutive Glory Days Softball League 60+ Championship via their hard-fought 4-3 victory over the Tigers.  More...

Sports briefs

The WNY Boys of Summer Travel Baseball League is holding open registration for its teams — for players whose age ranges from 10 to 16 — for fall league play this September and October. More...