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A few months ago, Joe Licata was playing basketball with Jason Rowe. There were high school kids around and Rowe kept stopping the game to show the kids something on offense, explain a tactic on defense, or help them understand a better way to react to a play on the court. "I was like 'this guy is going to make a great coach someday,'" Licata said. Fast-forward to la…

Matt Myers hopes to know by the end of the week if he'll return to Bishop Timon-St. Jude for his senior season of high school, or if the standout quarterback will be going somewhere else. Myers - a first-team member of the All-Western New York squad in 2016 - sent a message via Twitter that he hadn't made a decision yet, but would announce his next move on the social me…

Joe Licata has no experience as a high school administrator or head coach, but Bishop Timon-St. Jude supporters can rest peacefully knowing the Tigers are in good hands with him taking over as athletic director. He has all the qualities needed to restore order after Charlie Comerford resigned last month. For starters, Licata is among the most upright and upbeat people y…

To replace one of the most accomplished sports figures in its history, Bishop Timon-St. Jude has turned to a young man who has already cemented legendary status in Western New York high school sports. Former Williamsville South and University at Buffalo star quarterback Joe Licata will succeed Charlie Comerford as athletic director and football coach at the South Buffal…

The recent unexpected changes in administrative personnel at Bishop Timon-St. Jude has resulted in another domino falling as basketball coach Des Randall stepped down after two seasons. Randall made the announcement on Twitter and later confirmed it to the News on Friday. Randall said he made the decision to resign even though the school wanted him to remain as coach…

The old saying goes that if one has the talent to go big time, it won't go unnoticed. Kiernan Higgins is the latest athlete to prove that there is truth in that adage. Roughly two weeks ago, the Bishop Timon-St. Jude graduate and baseball star was set, and more than happy, to join Niagara County Community College's powerhouse program. All coach Matt Clingersmith's …