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Frontier's Konrad Krzyston, Starpoint's Griffin LaPlante and Iroquois' Ryan Sweeney  will be the No. 1 seeds in their respective weight classes when the New York State Public High School Athletic Association (NYSPHSAA) championships get underway Friday at MVP Arena.

Carson Marcus of Starpoint has been selected as the Buffalo News Football Player of the Week for Week Three. Marcus completed 10 passes for 171 yards and five touchdowns for the Spartans during their 41-15 victory Friday against defending Section VI Class A champion West Seneca East. He passed for TDs of 2, 20, 47, 25 and 21 yards.

Aaron Chase, an All-Western New York first team quarterback from Starpoint, will continue his football career at the University at Buffalo, he announced on Twitter. Chase will be a preferred walk-on with the Bulls and be part of the summer training camp roster. Chase threw 36 touchdown passes, which tied Joe Licata for second place on the all-time Western

Regardless the number of familiar faces dotting a roster, football teams are different year to year. That includes West Seneca West, which has plenty of names folks got to know during last year’s state championship run still in the fold. While veteran experience like past All-Western New York selections in the form of Juston Johnson and Mike Glinski along

When the offensive line is firing off the ball and moving defenders wherever it wants, football becomes a relatively simple game. West Seneca East made it look easy as 1-2-3 on a windy night in the Southtowns on Friday. In a showdown between unbeaten Buffalo News Large Schools, the eighth-ranked Trojans breezed past No. 3 Starpoint, 59-22, before an

Canisius High School’s Christian Balkin, Mac Granto, Jake Ruffolo and Dan Bowen finished first in the 200 freestyle relay and earned All-American honors at the NYSPHSAA Championships Saturday. The quartet swam a time of 1:24.88, .27 seconds faster than second-place New Rochelle-Bronxville. The same group also finished in third in the 400 freestyle relay. Individually, Ruffolo finished third in the 100

By Jason Franchuk Special to The News ALBANY – Bryce Rowe sported an old-school look that carried a whole lot of meaning Saturday night. The Chautauqua Lake senior wrestled his Division II 160-pound wrestling match in his uncle’s black, white and orange-striped Section VI singlet. That gear has now seen another state title. Rowe (45-3), who had never even

Chances are high that Starpoint’s Anthony Robinson is the only wrestler in the 285-pound weight class in New York State who led his school’s football team in rushing just a few months ago. Then again, not many competitors, regardless of weight class, possess the pure athleticism Robinson does. While the senior’s talents on the gridiron helped the Spartans football

Ignore the record. Things are going better than fine for Starpoint in its first season in the Western New York Boys Varsity Hockey Federation for a simple reason. Membership in perhaps the most competitive scholastic league in the state has its advantages. “I’m enjoying it, the kids are enjoying it,” Spartans coach Clayton Wilson said. “It’s just good playing

Pos. Name, School, Year, fast fact OH Troy Gooch, Canisius, 12, Third-year starter and Monsignor Martin Player of the Year earned all-tournament honors five times, recording 569 kills and 62 aces. OH Drew Hesse, Eden, 12, Two-year starter earned all-tournament honors in several events, including the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association championships. OH Collin Rigley, Eden,

The Eden boys volleyball program has recorded its share of memorable victories over the years but earned perhaps its most unforgettable triumph just before Thanksgiving. That’s when the Raiders captured the one title – the New York State Public High Schools Athletic Association plaque – that had been missing from their trophy case. Eden capped its season to remember

Emma Brinker was having the season of her life. With an 8-1 record, the East Aurora girls basketball team was ranked No. 1 among Western New York small schools, and the 6-foot-1 forward’s presence on the court played a huge part on a senior-laden group that was among the favorites to win the Section VI Class B title. The

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