Lewiston-Porter’s boys basketball team has enjoyed its playoff run.
The team has been an early arrival at the Buffalo State Sports Arena throughout Championship Week, checking out as much basketball as possible -- indulging in the sounds and highlight plays all while waiting for its opportunity to entertain the masses in attendance.
The good times rolled on for the L…
Forging ahead without four contributors from its New York State Federation Tournament of Champions conquering team, Park couldn’t pick up right where it left off last year.
Defending the championship, along with Manhattan Cup and Catholic High School Athletic Association titles, would be a season-long improvement project for the younger Pioneers. One with a solid foundati…
Andrew Perreault has been on quite a run this fall sports season.
The senior set the pace for an undefeated Lewiston-Porter cross country team that is on the verge of repeating as Niagara Frontier League champions for the first time in school history, while starting at outside midfield for a Lancers soccer side that is ranked among the Top 10 large schools in Western New …
For more than 15 years, residents and governments in Niagara County have been battling a big business to keep their air and water clean.
They've spoken out at public hearings; submitted letters and petitions; dug up old deed restrictions; hired consultants, experts and lawyers; and gone to court – all to prevent CWM Chemical Services LLC from digging a new hazardous wa…
Iroquois softball slayed the dragon of Class A-2 on the biggest stage.
Chiefs pitcher Brooke Plonka held Lew-Port to two hits, backing Iroquois in a 5-0 victory against the previously undefeated Lancers in the A-2 final at Williamsville North.
"There's been many people who kept on asking me, 'Why aren't you guys in the rankings?'" Iroquois head coach Aaron Vanderlip …
The mood on the bus was light for the Lew-Port girls swimming team last Tuesday.
Jokes were flying around between the girls about how they don’t think they had ever beaten Niagara Frontier League rival Lockport in a dual meet before.
That wasn’t the case, but it had been a while – as in 36 years.
First-year varsity coach Ashley Tutwiler, a Niagara Falls High Schoo…
Here's a roundup of available video highlights from Week Five of the high school football season.
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Canisius 35, Cardinal O’Hara 14
Bennett 14, Clarenc…
Lions, Tigers and a few Bulldogs: Oh, my Scrimmage Saturday is around the corner for Western New York's scholastic football teams.
The scrimmage extravagana begins at several sites at 9 a.m., as it's a chance for teams to hit players not on their own squad for the first time since practices began Aug. 14 throughout the state.
Teams' playbooks will be scaled down, but…
Every athlete has a dream school.
Michaila Raby’s no different in that sense. She just competes in a sport not usually associated with high school athletics.
Basketball players may envision themselves playing at Syracuse, or volleyball players at Penn State.
But what about cowgirls?
Michaila has her mind set on earning a rodeo scholarship to Montana State Unive…