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The Trench Trophy announced its 12 Hall of Fame inductees on Sunday, with the ceremony set for Dec. 4 at the Lancaster Elks Lodge. They are the finalists to win the Trench Trophy and be named Lineman of the Year, which is awarded to the senior deemed as the top two-way lineman in Western New York. Last year, Tyler Doty

Tywon Wright of Southwestern has been selected as the Buffalo News Football Player of the Week for Week 10. Wright rushed for 346 yards on 22 carries and five touchdowns for the Trojans during their 53-21 win over Wilson in the Section VI Class C championship game. The five TDs matched a Section VI championship game record previously set

Zac Boyes of Kenmore West has been selected as The Buffalo News Football Player of the Week for Week 5. Boyes broke a 50-year-old Ken West record for passing yards in a game. Boyes completed 20-of-29 passes for 424 yards, with four touchdowns and he also rushed for a score for the Blue Devils in a 54-28 win over

Nick O’Neil of Amherst has been selected as the Buffalo News Football Player of the Week for Week 4. O’Neil accounted for all six touchdowns by Amherst in its 41-34 triumph over Kenmore East. O’Neil rushed for touchdowns of 13, 4 and 20 yards, caught a 25-yard TD and passed for scores of 4 and 44 yards – the

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.

Until Wednesday night, Tyler Doty deemed the game in which he scored his first-ever touchdown as his most memorable moment from the just-completed high school football season. The St. Joe’s senior now has a new moment to trump that one, and it is quite the historic achievement. Doty has been selected as the 2018 winner of the Trench Trophy,

Buffalo News Football Polls Brackets indicate a first-place votes *–Indicates tie in voting Large Schools Rank School (Class) Record Points       LW 1 West Seneca West [9] (A)         8-0      97      1 2 Lancaster (AA)     7-1      77       2 3 Bennett (AA)        6-2      69       5 4 West Seneca East (A)     6-1      67      4 5 Williamsville North (AA)           6-2      52       6

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Buffalo News Football Polls Brackets indicate first-place votes *–Indicates tie in voting Large Schools Rank School (Class) Record Points       LW 1 West Seneca West [8] (A)         2-0      94      1 2 Williamsville North (AA)           2-0      81       3 3 Lancaster [1] (AA)           2-0      71       4 4 Canisius [1]           1-1      70       2 5 Starpoint (A)         2-0      56       7 6 South Park

Jeremiah Sanders paved the way toward history during his time with South Park, so it’s fitting that he capped his standout career by achieving something no other Buffalo Public Schools football player had ever done before Wednesday night. Sanders is the first city schools product to win the Trench Trophy, an honor bestowed upon the top senior two-way lineman

The Trench Trophy announced the finalists vying for the honor of Western New York’s top senior lineman for 2017. Those who will be honored at the annual dinner banquet ceremony Dec. 6 at the Lancaster Elks Lodge are: Cleveland Hill’s Manny Al-Hemyari and Sam Arrington, Lancaster’s Joe Andreessen and Jake Calo, Cheektowaga’s Terrance Bass and Tariq Whitaker, West Seneca

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