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A University of Rochester graduate and former ice hockey goaltender, I cover high school sports. During my News tenure, I have also covered boxing, UFC, the Bills, college sports and all levels of hockey.
The Kensington Lions All-Star Football Classic features recently graduated high school seniors from throughout Western New York and will be played at Williamsville South High School.
“I just thought that I wanted to go to a school where I can make the biggest change. Howard is going to be completely different than how it is at Orchard Park … being around more people who look like me and not being a minority compared to how it is in Orchard Park.”
Canisius’ Walker Popko (Class of 2022) and Colton Schoenberger (Class of 2024), and West Seneca East’s Luke Osmanski (Class of 2024) will represent Western New York in the tournament.
Dudley guided the program for five seasons, leading the Hawks to the Monsignor Martin B Division (Small Schools) playoff championship in 2018.
Buffalo Cold Rush is bringing an event to Western New York that they hope enhances the area’s reputation as a basketball town.
Gorman is no stranger to the program as he’s served as departing coach Rich Robbins’ junior varsity pilot the past nine seasons.
Participants from Section VI are reigning Division II champion Kenmore West, runner-up Starpoint, Hamburg, Williamsville East, Williamsville South, Lewiston-Porter, West Seneca East and West Seneca West.
Tonawanda Senior Brian Stone’s lead-off homer to right in the bottom of the fourth broke a scoreless duel and helped the lads designated as the National League to a 7-5 win over counterparts dubbed the American League before a standing room only crowd around the baseball diamond at St. Joe’s Robert T. Scott Athletic Complex.
Rupp gets the nod for the work he and the Legends staff did during the historic Fall II 2020 season.
The second-seeded Legends held on to defeat host and No. 1 seed Williamsville North, 10-9.