The Cardinals turned in a valiant effort before falling to Tioga 41-34 in the state Class D football semifinal at Union-Endicott High School. It was the Cardinals’ first loss of the season.
Here are previews for this weekend’s New York State Public High School Athletic Association state semifinals at Union Endicott High School.
The top-seeded Cardinals beat the second-seeded Titans, 30-14, to win consecutive sectional championships for the first time since 2013 and 2014. It is their 12th championship since 1992.
The contest will be a rematch between last year's finals when Randolph won, 26-0.
The 5-foot-10, 175-pound running back was the lone Class D player selected to the All-Western New York first team and helped the Cardinals win 10 consecutive games and the first sectional championship since 2014.
The Section VI girls basketball finals will be held Saturday at Jamestown Community College.
Randolph is ranked third in the Buffalo News small schools poll and No. 2 in the state Sportswriters’ Class D poll. Oakfield-Alabama/Elba is ranked third in the state in Class D.
Randolph is ranked fifth in the Buffalo News small schools poll and No. 2 in the state sportswriters’ poll. F/E is ranked sixth in the News poll and 10th in the state.
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.
Advance tickets for Friday and Saturday's Section VI football championships at Highmark Stadium can be purchased at each participating school.
While folks have been mesmerized by the numbers churned out by Jamestown senior running back Jaylen Butera, Orchard Park quarterback Ben Gocella and one of his favorite targets, junior receiver Dylan Evans, Iroquois quarterback Trey Kleitz may very well have the best chance at achieving history.
The field for the Section VI football postseason is officially set.
Medina took a nice step forward on a hot, muggy Saturday afternoon by fending off host Lackawanna, 34-16, in a nonleague game between teams that could run into each other in the playoffs.
No. 1 seed Williamsville North sent 10 men to bat in a five-run first inning and went on to a 10-0 victory over Jamestown on Monday in their S…
Troopers said that upon their arrival 56-year-old Timothy Slater charged at them with a kitchen knife, but obeyed commands to drop the knife and was taken into custody peacefully.
F/E is ranked sixth in the Buffalo News Small Schools’ poll. Salamanca is ranked seventh.
Clara Strack scored 16 points and Alayna Godios added 14 as Hamburg defeated top-seeded North Tonawanda, 56-27, Friday to repeat as Section VI Class A-1 champions in girls basketball.
Only two of four No. 1 seeds survived to make it to Friday night's class championship games in Section VI girls basketball.
No. 1 seed Lancaster fought off three Clarence comeback attempts and earned a 6-4 victory in the Section VI Large Schools boys hockey semifinal Wednesday.
A McDonald's All-American honor and now another career milestone. All in a week’s worth for Williamsville South’s Amari DeBerry.
A "play path" in East Aurora and an "art mini-park" in Springville are among the winners of the Play Everywhere Design Challenge to build publ…
Each of the defendants pleaded guilty to conspiring to possess with intent to distribute, and distributing five grams or more of methamphetamine.
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