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Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park is one win away from claiming a championship hat trick. Standing in the way of that goal is a Clarence/Amherst/Sweet Home team that will be striving for its first Western New York Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation title when it meets defending champion FLOP on Feb. 25 at HarborCenter. Returning to the ice after becoming the first Sectio…

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Defensive-minded all season long, the Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park girls hockey team drew on its strength to defend its Section VI championship. Emily Kromer scored twice off assists from her younger sister, Mary, and Gabby DeMeo buried an insurance goal in the third period as FLOP came back to defeat Williamsville 3-1 before an estimated crowd of 250 in the feature r…

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Chris Malicki is back behind the bench for the combined Monsignor Martin Association team in the Western New York Girls Varsity Hockey Federation. While his coaching duties haven’t changed much, the same can’t be said for the federation. In the league's eighth season, there are no more easy wins, and that's a good thing. "The league is way more competitive than my firs…

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One nickname's roots can be traced back to a joke between teammates, while the other appears to have been born from a statistician's shorthand. Regardless of their origins, there's no denying that the acronyms FLOP and CASH have become as much a part of the Western New York Girls Hockey Federation as the players and late afternoon games. CASH has the jerseys to prove it…