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Layup seals Canisius win Canisius boys basketball only had the lead for 19 seconds against Irondequoit, but that’s all the Crusaders needed to continue their undefeated season. Ryan Bradley hit Jayce Johnson with a perfect pass in the closing seconds, setting up a game-winning layup to give Canisius a 48-47 victory against the defending Section V Class A champions. …

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Williamsville South has perhaps one of the best boys basketball talents in the area in Greg Dolan. Though he has the ability to take over games, it's hard to do that against a team that possesses quality talents and depth like Canisius. The Crusaders reminded folks of that during a marquee nonleague contest between the two potential title contenders on the first busy…

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Canisius could only withstand the waves of fresh bodies Archbishop Stepinac threw at it for so long. The Crusaders hung tough for one half of football, but all it took was a dominating 9-minute stretch by their New York City counterpart to derail Canisius’ hopes of becoming the first repeat winner of the New York State Catholic High Schools Athletic Association title. …

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As much as Canisius enjoys the challenge of playing against some of the top football teams that Ohio and Pennsylvania have to offer, it’s never lost on the Crusaders that playing St. Joe’s means a little extra something. The teams meet annually during the regular season and have crossed paths in the playoffs, but the stage doesn’t get any bigger than playing against one…

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PITTSFORD – Jayce Johnson is a luxury the Canisius football team plans to enjoy this season. He's big, athletic, and more importantly he's an experienced starter at the all-important quarterback position. In case anyone forgot, he's also a dangerous playmaker. Johnson flaunted all of his skills Friday night at Pittsford Sutherland High School, as the 6-foot-5, 205-po…

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Canisius High School expects nothing less than a state championship after last season, entering this one as the only defending state champion in Western New York. The Crusaders re-stocked their offense with a trio of playmakers in wide receiver and Rutgers commit Paul Woods, quarterback Jayce Johnson and running back Kenyatta Huston. All three factored heavily in last s…