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Power 10: Keith McShea ranks the best of the winter

1. Canisius boys swimming. As expected, the Crusaders dominate All-Catholics. Next stop: State championships in Webster in two weeks. Section VI finals are today at Clarence.

2. Sweet Home indoor track. Panthers boys and girls swept the titles at the Section VI team championships.

3. Lockport wrestling. Tremendous team win in Class AA tournament last week, finishing 14.5 points ahead of season-long Power 10 resident Clarence. Those two again in action at tonight’s Section VI Division I (large school) meet at NCCC.

4. Canisius boys basketball. Crusaders added 30-point win at Timon to an already impressive list of local routs that also includes top teams Olean, McKinley and St. Joe’s. Canisius and Joe’s get together again Sunday at 4 p.m. at Canisius College.

5. Bishop Timon-St Jude boys hockey. Depending on who you ask, the Tigers’ win streak is either 10, 11 or 12 games. Next chance to add to it is Tuesday against first-time Niagara Cup semifinalist St. Mary’s.

6. Cardinal O’Hara girls basketball. Hawks keep rolling, including another impressive local win last week over Sacred Heart in which senior Keyonte Edwards surpassed 1,000 career points.

7. Frontier boys bowling. Section VI team champion for second year in a row, with senior Chad Mee, individual champ for the second time, leading the way.

8. Niagara Falls girls basketball. Wolverine girls roll to Niagara Frontier League title with 14-0 record.

9. Middle Early College boys basketball. Not many, including this guy, expected the Kats to prevail over East and McKinley as Yale Cup champions.

10. Kenmore girls hockey. Two-time Section VI champ takes on Lancaster-Iroquois for Federation title this afternoon at 4:30 at Northtown Center at Amherst.

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