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From coaches and players partaking in interviews to folks listening to Media Day messages from Section VI Football Chairman Jay Sirianni and Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Famer and ex-Lancaster coach Len Jankiewicz, it felt great being back at the home of the Buffalo Bills for Section VI Football’s Championship Week.

Randolph guard Tyler Hind, a third-team All-Western New York selection, has committed to the Daemen College men’s basketball program, he announced on Twitter. The 5-11 Hind averaged 24.4 points, 5.7 rebounds, 6.7 assists and 2.6 steals last season. Randolph’s all-time leading scorer, he ranks second in Western New York history with 294 career 3-pointers. Hind flaunted his incredible shooting

The Randolph and Canisius High football programs have made MaxPreps’ list of New York State’s most dominant football programs of the last 10 years. The site looked at results from the 2009 season through 2018 and awarded points for finishes in state and national rankings, state titles and title game appearances. Randolph finished No. 6 thanks to its four

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Authorities are asking assistance in locating a missing teenage girl from Randolph. Cor’risha Thomas was last seen Jan. 2. Thomas is described as 5-foot-8, 169 pounds with black skin, black hair and brown eyes. She turned 16 last Oct. 10. Anyone with information about Thomas should contact the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children at 1-800-843-5678 (1-800-THE-LOST) or

In 18 years of selling cars, Terry Eckman had never experienced anything like it. “It’s the first time I’ve ever had someone take a car off the lot and just keep on going,” said Eckman, the financial manager at Landmark Chevrolet in Randolph, a town located about 60 miles south of Buffalo. “It was unique. They liked it so

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Mckenna Maycock has her act together, her i’s dotted and t’s crossed. Even her j’s are much improved. The former Randolph High basketball standout needed only three years to graduate with a degree in accounting from St. Bonaventure. She’s working on her MBA. She already has a job lined up with an accounting firm in Buffalo, on the fast

State police on Saturday were investigating the discovery of two men’s bodies in separate Southern Tier locations, one in Randolph, east of Jamestown, and one in the Town of Portland, southwest of Dunkirk. Troopers from the Jamestown barracks responded to a report by a driver at 3:20 p.m. of a male body spotted near a creek just off Route 20

State police arrested a Randolph man Saturday after he allegedly broke into a home while drunk, broke a window and urinated on the porch before resisting arrest. According to a police report, 26-year-old Dustin Waite entered the male victim’s home without invitation and then refused to leave peacefully. He was eventually locked out, but then broke a window and urinated on

Playing team ball has been a calling card for the Tapestry boys basketball team all season long, and that couldn’t have been more evident than in Saturday’s Class C championship. Six players scored at least eight points for the third-seeded Thunder Hawks (17-6) in their 63-54 win over No. 1 Randolph (13-10) at Jamestown Community College to secure the

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