We're #PrepTalkLive from Scrimmage Saturday.
We follow ALL the high school action, and in all sports, via our team, the home office via @bufnewspreptalk on Twitter, and through your #PrepTalkLive tweets.
Our high school scoreboard page has today's entire lineup, and it will be updated with the final scores and details as soon as they are reported to us.
We encourage you to also tweet updates from the games you are attending with the hashtag #PrepTalkLive attached -- that's the quickest way for us to share the information through the window below (tweets with that hashtag will automatically show up).
#PrepTalkLive updates from all varsity sports are welcome. All #PrepTalkLive tweets will appear here:
Tweets by @bufnewspreptalk and selected other top high school accounts (from near and far) will appear here:
Here are our fall sports previews:
#PrepTalkPreview: Girls soccer -- Plenty of talent back as Section VI eyes another big year
#PrepTalkPreview: Boys soccer -- Clarence comeback? Big B rematch? GI revenge? And what about Newfane?
#PrepTalkPreview: Girls volleyball -- Eden going for more history, Clarence & Will East return strong squads
#PrepTalkPreview: Boys volleyball -- How long can Canisius stay perfect? Section VI's Division II does a split
#PrepTalkPreview: Girls cross country -- Defending state champ EA ready for jump; Catholic champ will be new
#PrepTalkPreview: Boys cross country -- New class for East Aurora, new site for sectionals
#PrepTalkPreview: Girls swimming -- Orchard Park, Clarence, Nardin look to swim to the top
#PrepTalkPreview: Boys golf -- OP, St. Joe's and Wilson aim to keep shooting low
#PrepTalkPreview: Girls golf -- In a surging sport in WNY, Clarence is the Section VI team to beat
#PrepTalkPreview: Field hockey -- Williamsville schools remain strong, will Barker bounce back?
#PrepTalkPreview: Girls tennis -- Orchard Park has top talent, and a new coach
#PrepTalkPreview: Girls gymnastics -- Will North's Zoe Kyriakopoulos returns (and she's got company)
Our high school football preview will be published Thursday, Sept. 1.