Ohio State kicker Blake Haubeil, a two-time All-Western New York first team pick out of Canisius High School, has declared for the 2021 NFL draft.
Former Quakers quarterback Jack Sharp will attend Iowa and join the Hawkeyes football program as a preferred walk-on.
Section VI officials voted Tuesday to allow low- and moderate-risk high schools sports to begin practice and competition Monday, as planned.
Canisius High graduate and Amherst native Blake Haubeil will not kick for Ohio State in Monday night's national championship game after he ann…
To be nominated for the team, students must have carried a 90-plus average for the previous six semesters and been a starter or significant pl…
The 2020 All-Western New York Scholar Athlete fall sports team consists of 100 winners and 753 honorable mentions.
Lenz plans to run for both the cross-country and track teams at the school.
West Seneca East senior Cole Ignaszak played basketball and baseball until deciding to focus solely on volleyball after 10th grade.
Alden's Kyle Urban is named Runner of the Year.
Williamsville South's Kayla Schmidt is the All-Western New York Runner of the Year in girls cross-country.
Williamsville South's Kayla Schmidt is named Runner of the Year.
Selected by area coaches; senior unless otherwise noted.
St. Mary's Shae O'Rourke was named Player of the Year.
Selected by WNY coaches. Senior unless noted otherwise.
Williamsville South's Jack Petrie is Player of the Year.
The top field hockey players across Western New York, as selected by the coaches.
Lancaster's Morganne Dee and Amherst's Katherine Jacobia have been selected as the All-WNY field hockey co-players of the year.
Kenmore West’s Todd Marquardt, who recently announced he’s retiring, was selected as Coach of the Year.
Carrie Owens’ favorite holiday has always been Christmas, but she acknowledged it has been tougher to get into the spirit this year.
More than 135,000 votes were cast in the four-day final between Monday and Thursday. Competition began with 16 boys and 16 girls after Thanksg…
Class A champion Lancaster and Class C champion Akron each had two players selected as did Class B finalist Williamsville East.
Emilia O’Leary was named New York state runner of the year for seventh/eighth-graders by MileSplitNY as part of the boys and girls all-state teams.