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Cheektowaga's Dominick Welch is among the seven finalists for the state's Mr. Basketball honor, which is award to the top senior by the Basketball Coaches Association of New York. Welch entered Thursday night's game against Depew 100 points shy of breaking the Western New York all-time scholastic points record of 2,355 set by Ritchie Campbell nearly 27 years ago. Wel…

We're #PrepTalkLive from today's lineup of high school sports. 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, and through your #PrepTalkLive tweets. Our high school scorebo…

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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 Thursday 1. Boys basketball - East at South Park, 4:30 p.m. The Yale Cup I race all comes down to this: If No. 10 large school South Park (14-4, 12-1) wins, it's the outright champ. If No. 3 small school East wins (1…

Kenmore West clinched a tie with Lockport and North Tonawanda for the Niagara Frontier League championship Wednesday night with a 74-44 victory over visiting Niagara-Wheatfield. "I checked the record books all the way back to the ‘50s and there never has been a three-way tie for the league championship," said Kenmore West coach Mike Meetze. "It’s probably because of …

Boys basketballWednesday’s gamesYale Cup Division IHutch-Tech 72, Riverside 66Monsignor MartinSt. Joe’s 74, Cardinal O’Hara 53Christian Central 62, Niagara Catholic 57ECIC IClarence 64, Orchard Park 61Lancaster 68, Frontier 35Jamestown 77, Williamsville North 59ECIC IIWilliamsville East 51, Iroquois 47Williamsville South 86, Sweet Home 39ECIC IIICheektowaga 71, Lake …

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There was more than the usual amount of joy when the Niagara Wheatfield girls bowling team claimed the Section VI overall team championship on Wednesday. That's because few thought it could happen. Even coach Rich Maloney used the phrase "very surprised" to describe the outcome. "I thought we could have been a dark horse coming in, but it's not expected - trust me," Mal…

We're #PrepTalkLive from today's lineup of high school sports. 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, and through your #PrepTalkLive tweets. Our high school scorebo…

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The Timon Tigers knocked off No. 1 large school St. Francis, 60-55, in a Monsignor Martin Athletic Association boys basketball clash on Tuesday, Feb. 14, 2017 at Timon. See the fans who attended.

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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 Wednesday 1. Girls bowling - Section VI Championships Airport Lanes in Cheektowaga is the site of this year's Section VI girls bowling tournament. Bowling starts at 9 a.m. and is expected to finish up around 4:30 p.m. F…

Boys basketballTuesday’s gamesMonsignor MartinBishop Timon-St. Jude 60, St. Francis 55St. Mary’s/Lanc. 77, Walsh 53Yale Cup Division IIMST Seneca 78, City Honors 34ECIC IIAmherst 54, Hamburg 48ECIC IVSpringville 70, JFK 58Niagara-OrleansMedina 80, Barker 42Newfane 73, Akron 36Wilson 54, Albion 52Charter CupTapestry 87, Global Concepts 60NonleagueV-Aquinas 54, Canisius…

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It’s been tough to be ranked No. 1 in The News’ boys basketball large school poll. Top-ranked St. Francis was the latest to fall, as the Red Raiders lost to Bishop Timon/St. Jude, 60-55. Master Radford blocked a three-point attempt by St. Francis in the final seconds to preserve the win, as the Tigers remained unbeaten at home this season. Davion Warren had a big ga…

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Hamburg finished the Section VI swimming and diving championships the same way it started the final day of the meet. Triumphantly. In between the 200-yard medley and 400-freestyle relay events, Bulldogs swimmers set personal-best marks, a section record and, of course, did even more winning. Hamburg captured six out of 12 championship heats Tuesday at Erie Communi…

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Western New York Top 10 55: Jenna Crean (Orchard Park) 7.19, Kayniya James (Lockport) 7.39, Ayana Bursie (Cheektowaga) 7.44, Nia Stevens (Tapestry) 7.45, Emily Marchitte (W.S. West) 7.47, Taylor Hunter (Tapestry) 7.49, Jayla Moss (Cheektowaga) 7.56, Samantha Spinella (Depew) 7.58, Emma Seiders (Dunkirk/SC) 7.58, Jenna Grazen (Lancaster) 7.61, Sara Puskar (Orchard Park) …

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Western New York Top 10 55: Jack Manue (Hutch Tech) 6.58, Antonio Antonov (Depew) 6.65, Eric Johnson (Sweet Home) 6.65, Rodney Barnes (Niagara Falls) 6.67, Tariq Taul (Niagara Falls) 6.70, Tom Wendt (Lockport) 6.72, Seth Connor (Cheektowaga) 6.75, Anthony Williams (Sweet Home) 6.75. Dylan Birzon (Williamsville East) 6.78, Peter Borzillieri (West Seneca West) 6.79. 55…

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Sacred Heart has been playing some good basketball lately, and Micaela Ryan is a major reason why. The Sharks’ junior is dangerous from around the basket and away from the basket. The 6-footer hit 53 percent of her shots from three-point range, and made eight of them in a game with Wilson. Ryan also is hitting 87 percent of her free throws. She’ll be playing at a…