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There's no telling how a rivalry game will go since they're usually intense due to players riding the wave of emotions. Cheektowaga did that and more. Emotion, along with the ability to run enabled Cheektowaga to pull away from its town rival, 73-47, before a packed gym at Maryvale. Dominick Welch continued to inch closer to the Western New York scoring record as …

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(Through Sunday's games) 1. St. Joe's hockey. The Marauders head into the postseason after a phenomenal week in which they not only extended their unbeaten streak to 19 games (18-0-1) but also won four games in as many days in three different rinks. It started with a triumph Thursday over state No. 3 Williamsville North at Northtown Center in Amherst, continued with the…

We're #PrepTalkLive from today's lineup of high school sports, headlined by a major clash of neighbors in boys basketball and more. Check out info on that matchup and others in our Homeroom Announcements, from Corey Desiderio, for today's top events. We follow ALL the high school action, and in all sports, via our team, the home office via @bufnewspreptalk on Twitter…

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By MIKE PETRO Special to The News For a while, Canisius senior Mason Hoose couldn’t catch a break. He missed his entire junior wrestling season after having surgery on both of his shoulders and came into this year without preseason practices because of a concussion he suffered in the final game of the fall football season. Hoose was rusty at first, admittedly los…

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Get yourself ready for today's #PrepTalkLive action with everything you need to know about the day ahead in high school sports. What to watch for Monday 1. Boys basketball - Jamestown at Lancaster, 7:30 p.m. No. 9 large school Jamestown (12-5, 10-0) and honorable mention large school Lancaster (11-7, 9-1) battle it out for the ECIC I crown in Monday's top game of …

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State classification in parentheses; first-place votes in brackets; *–tie in points, LW – Last week. BOYS BASKETBALL LARGE SCHOOLS Team (Class ) Rec. Pts. LW 1. St. Francis [6] 17-4 95 1 2. Wmsv. South [3] (A1) 15-3 92 2 3. Park 14-4 71 3 4. Amherst [1] (A2) 16-3 70 5 5. Timon-St. Jude 15-6 56 4 6. Olean (A2) 17-2 54 7 7. Canisius 13-7 41 6 8. Kenmore West (A…

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Coming attractions • In boys basketball, the Monsignor Martin Athletic Association heads into its final full week. St. Francis completed a regular season sweep of Park on Friday, so the top-ranked Red Raiders have to be filled with confidence. They play powerful Bishop Timon-St. Jude on Tuesday night, followed by a matchup with St. Joe’s on Friday. Among small schools, …

High schoolsBoys basketballMonday’s gamesYale Cup Division IRiverside at Burgard, 4:30 p.m.East at McKinley, 4:30 p.m.Emerson at Hutch-Tech, 6 p.m.South Park at Middle Early College, 6 p.m.Yale Cup Division IIMST Seneca at Buffalo Arts, 6 p.m.City Honors at I-Prep/Grover, 6 p.m.Olmsted at Lafayette, 6:30 p.m.Monsignor MartinCanisius at Christian Central, 6:30 p.m.Cardinal …

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MICHAEL PETRO Special to The News SALAMANCA – Lewiston-Porter senior Laith Alsous saw his opportunity and wasted no time seizing it. Leading by 3-1 late in the third period of a tight Section VI Division II championship wrestling match with Nick Jones of Dunkirk, Alsous sprang on top of the Marauders senior and quickly pinned him with 51 seconds left in the match. J…

High schoolsBoys basketballSaturday’s gamesNonleagueOlean 60, Bishop Timon-St. Jude 50Timon-St. Jude 10 8 13 19 - 50Olean 20 5 21 14 - 60TIMON-ST. JUDE (13-6): Baugh 6, Boyland 2, Harrison 14, Johnson 3, Radford 10, Renfro 4, Warren 5, World 6.OLEAN (16-2): Droney 19, Rogers 7, Schmidt 6, Shoemaker 17, Snyder 11.3-point goals: Baugh 2, Harrison 2, Warren, Rogers, Shoemaker…

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NORTH TONAWANDA – Boy did the McDougalds have a tournament to remember. So too did a group of seniors who experienced that championship feeling for the first time in their careers. On a day in which Section VI competed for spots into the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association Tournament later this month, the three McDougalds wrestling cousins each ea…

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The dream of the Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park girls hockey team ended one stop short of its goal on Saturday afternoon. FLOP dropped a 5-1 decision to Skaneateles in the final of the New York State tournament. That’s no disgrace, since Skaneateles completed an unbeaten season. In fact, the Central New York squad never even trailed in any game this season. The Wes…

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The matchups are set for the Section VI Division I championship matches, whose winners automatically advance to the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association tournament later this month. Quick primer: At 113, old friends Justin McDougald of Niagara Wheatfield and Mitch Seaver of Lockport will meet again. Two weeks ago at the Section VI Dual Meet Team Ch…

We're #PrepTalkLive from today's lineup of high school sports, headlined by the wrestling sectionals, a big-time girls hockey playoff game and more. Check out info on that matchup and others in our Homeroom Announcements, from Corey Desiderio, for today's top events. We follow ALL the high school action, and in all sports, via our team, the home office via @bufnewspr…

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We know there's no homeroom today. But we're up and ready to go. Get yourself ready for today's #PrepTalkLive action with everything you need to know about the day ahead in high school sports. What to watch for Saturday 1. Girls hockey - NYSPHSAA Championship at SUNY Canton A Section VI team has made it to three straight state finals. They'll be looking for the…