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March 22, 1979 – What's the line about as one door closes, another one opens? That was certainly true for the sports scene of Buffalo in the early months of 1979. The Buffalo Braves had departed for San Diego in a complicated transaction in the summer of 1978. That had left a hole in the schedule of Memorial Auditorium for the winter months. What could fill it? Indoor s…

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ALL-WESTERN NEW YORK, 2010 First Team Position - Player - School - Class F PJ Heist, Lancaster 12 F Derek Maier, Clarence 12 F Frankie Valente, Lew-Port 12 M Chris Berardi, Clarence 11 M Liam Callahan, Sweet Home 11 M Shawn Powers, Maryvale 12 M Jaime Salcedo, Akron 12 M Chris Walter, Nichols 12 D Nate Borchert, Akron 11 D Connor Orrico,…

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It was a sad day for Western New York's indoor soccer fans. The Buffalo Blizzard gave up in its quest to survive and thrive. The Blizzard essentially was created to have events in a proposed new arena in downtown Buffalo, a building that eventually became HSBC Arena. The Blizzard never did catch on during its time in Western New York, a fate that wasn't untypical among …

All-Western New York Girls Soccer teams, 2005 Chosen by WNY coaches First Team Position - Player - School - Class F Jessica Remmes, Grand Island 12 F Rachel Piemonte, Williamsville East 11 F Dani Radlich, Clarence 12 F Natalie Hojnacki, Nardin 12 M Alicia Barnaby, Grand Island 11 M Samantha Berwick, North Tonawanda 12 M Caitlin Long, Mount St.…

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ALL-WESTERN NEW YORK, 2004 First Team Position - Player School - Class F Eric Brodfuehrer, Kenmore East 11 F Mike Schiappa, Williamsville East 12 F Sam Stewart, Jamestown 12 F Matt Mankowski, Clarence 12 M Pat Jones, Lancaster 12 M Jon Knobloch, Kenmore East 12 M Ryan Miller, Kenmore East 12 M Pat Occhiuto, Williamsville East 12 D Peter Far…