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Health Sciences did it again. Behind strong performances from Tennessee-bound product Davonte Gaines and Kameron Briggs, the Falcons captured their second straight Section VI Class B-2 championship with a 67-35 victory over John F. Kennedy on Saturday afternoon at the Buffalo State Sports Arena. Gaines scored 13 of his game-high 26 points during the opening eight min…

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Ty Parker knows there’s a learning process for players new to the varsity game, especially when it comes to his young Health Sciences boys basketball team. There are three freshmen, two sophomores, three juniors and two seniors in the Falcons’ rotation, and in Parker’s eyes, the only way they’re going to get up to speed is by playing against the best teams the area has …

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Charlie Comerford is making a return to the Western New York football scene, and he’s doing it with a brand-new program. The former Bishop Timon-St. Jude athletic director and head football coach has been serving as the new AD at Western New York Maritime Charter School since August and will lead a merged Health Sciences/WNY Maritime outfit on the gridiron this upcoming…

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Davonte Gaines is one of the top facilitators on the basketball court in Western New York, but even the best need an assist every now and then. The Health Sciences senior received perhaps the biggest of his young life from the hands of fate three years ago. It was on that summer day at Roosevelt Park when the then 14-year-old Gaines was doing what he's always loved d…