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Audible to the historian: After McKinley beat St. Joe's, 12-0, on Saturday, the question on everyone's mind was: When was the last time St. Joe's lost to a city team? For questions like that, there's only one place to go: WNY and state football statistician Paul Hutzler. "The last time St. Joe's lost to a Harvard Cup team was ... 1931," Hutzler responded in an e…

Every week of the football season, 10 voters rate Western New York's best teams from 1 to 10 in the large and small school polls. The News has one vote in each poll. Here's how Mary Jo Monnin and myself filled ours out: Large schools 1. St. Francis (1-0) -- Totally dominant in showdown with NT. Fabor and Tasker were sensational. 2. Orchard Park (1-0) -- Might want to b…

Top five reasons Orchard Park should schedule a Catholic school in a nonleague football game in 2008: 1. You're No. 2. Yes, we're only one week into the season, but if OP and St. Francis both win the games they are supposed to the rest of the way, The News large school poll title would likely go to St. Francis. Why? Because everybody knows how the Red Raiders did against …

There's never been a Buffalo News sports preview section cover like this year's high school football cover. Because there wasn't just one cover: there were five. As early as June, there were discussions among Sports Editor Steve Jones, Assistant Sports Editor Dennis Danheiser and Assistant Graphics Editor Vincent J. Chiaramonte about producing different section covers fo…

When it comes to getting high school sports coverage in The Buffalo News, it all starts with a phone call. It is important coaches call us at 849-4461 as soon as possible after games, and that they are prepared to give us the key information from the contest. That's the only way we can get scores and details in the newspaper and online, especially in high school's busies…

The best players in sports can go by just one name: Michael. Wayne. Tiger. Emmitt. In Western New York high school football, all you have to say is "Jehuu." The 2002 Buffalo News Player of the Year is Clymer senior Jehuu Caulcrick, a player with a unique name and a unique game whose fascinating life story leaves one more awestruck than one of the 6-foot, 235-pound ru…

Time has dulled the pain and blurred the memories, but if he closes his eyes tightly, Jehuu Caulcrick can still hear the guns cracking outside his bedroom window. He can still hear the bombs, becoming louder as they draw closer. He can still see the bodies strewn across his neighborhood. He can still smell death. Caulcrick is 19 now, a high school senior, a man. H…

Jehuu Caulcrick, a 6-foot, 233-pound junior, literally has been a big part of the Clymer football team's three straight trips to the state final four. Sunday afternoon, Onondaga ended the Pirates' season with an underclassman running back who isn't so big. But his numbers sure are. Mike Hart -- a 5-9, 170-pound sophomore -- ran for 352 yards and scored five touchdown…