By Dave Ricci
Special to The News
FLOP has completed the trifecta.
Haylee Tatar scored the game-winner Sunday as the team representing Frontier-Lake Shore-Orchard Park topped Clarence-Amherst-Sweet Home (CASH), 3-1, to win the WNY Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation title at HarborCenter, completing the championship triple play for FLOP this season.
The Fed champ…
The defending champions bring on the newcomers in the final girls hockey game of the season.
Top-seeded Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park looks to cap its championship 2017-18 campaign against No. 3 Clarence/Amherst/Sweet Home at HarborCenter Sunday when the two teams face off at 6 p.m. for the Western New York Federation championship.
FLOP has been focused all year o…
Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park is one win away from claiming a championship hat trick.
Standing in the way of that goal is a Clarence/Amherst/Sweet Home team that will be striving for its first Western New York Girls Varsity Ice Hockey Federation title when it meets defending champion FLOP on Feb. 25 at HarborCenter.
Returning to the ice after becoming the first Sectio…
It was a long week for the Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park girls hockey team. It ended up being worth it.
FLOP won four games in the span of seven days, and Brooke Becker saved her best performances for last.
The sophomore defenseman scored twice in a 6-3 win over Skaneateles in the NYSPHSAA semifinals and added two more goals in the final, a 4-1 win over Salmon Riv…
Defensive-minded all season long, the Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park girls hockey team drew on its strength to defend its Section VI championship.
Emily Kromer scored twice off assists from her younger sister, Mary, and Gabby DeMeo buried an insurance goal in the third period as FLOP came back to defeat Williamsville 3-1 before an estimated crowd of 250 in the feature r…
Hawks down state-ranked Mercy
The last time Cardinal O'Hara faced state-ranked Our Lady of Mercy of Rochester, foul trouble doomed the Hawks in the girls basketball nonleaguer played in the heart of Section V.
Things were different Thursday night in Tonawanda.
Eight different players scored for Cardinal O'Hara with guard Angel Parker pouring in a team-high 14 to g…