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SIDELINES

BUFFALO NEWS BASKETBALL POLLS
BOYS LARGE SCHOOLS
1. Timon/St. Jude (8) 14-1 80
2. Niagara Falls 11-1 72
3. St. Francis 13-3 61
4. Iroquois 12-158
5. Olean 14-239
6. St. Joe's 11-536
7. Seneca 9-4 33
8. Sweet Home 12-328
9. Bennett 7-6 14
10. LaSalle 9-5 10
BOYS SMALL SCHOOLS
1. Turner/Carroll (8) 13-2 80
2. Traditional 10-3 72
3. Park 14-1 55
4. Southwestern 11-3 53
5. East Aurora 14-1 51
6. Riverside 7-6 36
7. Portville 15-1 31
8. Fredonia 10-4 28
9. Akron 12-2 11
10. John F. Kennedy 12-3 9
GIRLS LARGE SCHOOLS
1. Kenmore East (7) 12-179
2. Clarence (1) 13-173
3. Iroquois 14-162
4. Pioneer 10-250
5. Jamestown 11-248
6. West Seneca West 12-246
7. Williamsville East 8-5 30
8. Williamsville North 10-416
9. * Lockport 7-6 9
9. * Niagara-Wheatfield 8-2 9
9. * Olean 10-4 9
GIRLS SMALL SCHOOLS
1. Holy Angels (7) 15-1 79
2. Nardin 10-2 67
3. Traditional (1) 12-1 53
4. Depew 12-3 51
5. Fredonia 12-1 48
6. Pine Valley 11-2 35
7. Portville 11-4 34
8. Salamanca 10-2 20
9. Sherman 13-1 13
10. Maple Grove 11-3 11
*-Indicates tie in point totals.

Also receiving votes (listed by points received) -- Large schools boys: Clarence, North Tonawanda, Hutch-Tech. Small schools boys: Sherman, Silver Creek, Ellicottville, Westfield. Large school girls: Lake Shore, Bennett. Small school girls: Cassadaga Valley, Mount Mercy, Wilson, Salamanca, East Aurora, Nichols.

Coming attractions

No. 1 small school girls basketball team Holy Angels takes to the road this week against Mount St. Mary's on Friday and Mount Mercy on Monday. Both games are at 6 p.m.
Today's boys basketball action includes a pair of key league games: Traditional travels to defending Yale Cup champion Seneca at 3:30 p.m. in a battle of 6-0 teams; at 6 p.m. No. 2 large school Niagara Falls hosts North Tonawanda, which lost a 50-48 game to NFHS in their previous Niagara Frontier League matchup. An intriguing non-leaguer is set for 7:30 p.m. Thursday, when Iroquois plays at St. Joe's.
The City Honors and Hutch-Tech coed swimming teams will meet Thursday to decide the regular-season title in the Syracuse Cup. The meet begins at 3:30 at the ECC Flickinger Center.
The indoor track season continues on Friday with the Frosh/JV meet 4:30 p.m. at Buffalo State. On Sunday, Section VI hosts the Southern Tier Invitational at Fredonia at 9 a.m.

Honor roll

Kenmore West bowler Matt Glowish rolled a 290, the highest score ever for a freshman Blue Devil, against rival Kenmore East at Kenmore Lanes.

Bulletin board

St. Mary's of Lancaster is accepting applications for a JV baseball coach. Send resumes to Bill Sliwa, Athletic Director, 142 Laverack Ave., Lancaster, N.Y. 14086 or call 683-4824 ext. 35
Cheektowaga needs a modified track coach. Send a letter of application to Cheektowaga Central Athletics, 3600 Union Road, Cheektowaga 14225. Call Shirley at 686-3660 to confirm.
(Send items of interest to Sidelines, Scholastic Spotlight, Sports Department, The Buffalo News, One News Plaza, P.O. Box 100, Buffalo, N.Y., 14240.)

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