December 27, 2006 RSS feed / Sports

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NHL needs to follow NBA

For the second time in recent memory, tempers flared and punches flew at an NBA contest as a late-game brawl between the New York Knicks and the Denver Nuggets on Saturday, Dec. 16, subjected the NBA More...

The Rotary Club of Williamsville to sponsor Holiday Basketball Tournament

The Rotary Club of Williamsville and the Williamsville South High School Basketball Boosters Club will sponsor a Holiday Basketball Tournament December 28-29 at Williamsville South High School, 5950 Main Street. The tournament will feature boys More...

Tigers take runner-up at holiday tournament

The Amherst Tigers Hockey team was able to turn around a slow start to their season this past week as they defeated Section IV More...

Girls Basketball

East returns to winning ways; South wins two of three

Williamsville East bounced back from its first ECIC Division II loss of the 2006-07 season with a convincing 57-42 win over Iroquois at home on Thursday. The Lady Flames lost, 38-36, to Hamburg on Dec. 14. More...

DRIVING

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Girls Soccer

East places quartet on All-WNY team

Williamsville East was the best girls soccer team in Western New York and was rewarded for its effort with four selections on the All-WNY First Team. More...

Amherst swimmers hand Pioneer first loss, 51-50

Down 47-44, Amherst Central More...

Amherst Girls Softball accepting registration

Amherst Girls Softball is accepting registrations for the 2006-07 season. More...

Erie Community College

Jerebko named Athletics Director

Erie Community College has a new Athletics Director. Peter Jerebko was hired as the school More...

Town of Amherst students named All-WNY Scholar-Athletes

Several students from Town of Amherst schools were named to the 2006 All-Western New York Scholar-Athlete fall sports team. More...

Micron Black Sabres edge Blue

The Micron League holiday Feature Rink game was a match-up between rivals, the Black Sabres and Blue Sabres. The Black Sabres won 6-5. Coaches Bob Rossi and Tony Pulera had their players More...

NFL

Lindell perfect as Bills fail

Kicker Rian Lindell had delivered as reliably as Santa Claus Sunday, but the sure-footed kicker still thought he might not have made a game-winning, 45-yard field goal into strong winds in crunch time. More...

Fireman’s Bowling

Te a m               Wi n s         Lost North Bailey       65.5        & More...

GET A GRIP

Williamsville South senior Logan Struebing headlocks Cheektowaga Central junior Adam Piscitello during a 160-pound match on Dec. 15 at Cheektowaga. Cheektowaga won 63-9. More...

Several basketball tournaments this week

Several Town of Amherst basketball teams are involved in tournaments this week. More...

Amherst boys hoops earn character wins

It was a tale of two halves in Amherst Central More...

Energized OP defeats Sweet Home

Sweet Home coach Paul Schintzius couldn More...

South, North head into tournament on winning notes

If Williamsville South and Williamsville North are to meet for the third time in the finals of the Rotary Club of Williamsville Holiday Basketball Tournament, they will have to continue each More...

Late goals lift St. Joe’s over Williamsville North

Two late St. Joe More...

North Fed JV wins two by shutouts

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Sweet Home wins nail-biter over Williamsville North

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HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

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Amherst Youth Basketball Results

Marquette wins close game over Notre Dame

In a defensive battle that didn More...

Field Hockey

North, Sweet Home earn several honors

Williamsville North and Sweet Home were the top two teams in Section VI Class More...

East hits personal best times at opening meets

Williamsville East has only swum two meets so far, and they More...

Urbanczyk named Scholar All-American

University of Rochester senior forward and Williamsville native Emily Urbanczyk was named to the 2006 Scholar All-America Team by members of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Urbanczyk will be honored at the NSCAA More...

DEEP BREATH

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Sports brief

The Sweet Home varsity boys bowling team crushed Iroquois, 6-1 last Tuesday at Lancaster Lanes to improve to 1-1. Ryan Kaminski and Aaron Klein set a new high game, rolling a 267 for the season, edging out captain Dan Kaminski More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS CALENDAR

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Hilliker earns postseason honor

Colleen Hilliker, a sophomore forward for the Monroe Community College women More...

Boxing

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When Town of Tonawanda heavyweight More...

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