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Sports from Hamburg NY

Bulldogs hungry to build on last year’s successes

The air is calm and the temperature touching the mid-80s. Yet there is the Hamburg boys soccer team, running a two-a-day from 8:15-10:30 a.m. and then... more

‘New’ Nickel City Race Club ready for busy season

One look into the back of Greg Herzog’s truck, and his dedication is undeniable. With training and coaching equipment for swimming filling the floor of... more

Yankees retiring multiple uniform numbers verges on overkill

As much as I tried last weekend, I couldn’t shake the impression of a team constantly practicing something unnecessary.That’s because, in the spirit of... more

Tidbits: Things happening in the area include golf results, scores

Meli shoots 46 gross, 31 netLadies golf results from Aug. 19 at Gowanda Country Club:Low gross: Kim Gier (41), Joyce Bigelow (44), Diane Meli (46) and... more

Buffalo State’s Luderman taking advantage of last year in the trenches

A self-proclaimed mountain man, Buffalo State guard Jeremiah Luderman sat on the sidelines after practice on Friday, Aug. 21 with his eyes squinting against... more

GIVING THE BOOT! Montana’s presence a game-changer for Buffalo State offense

When you have one of the nation’s top kickers, chances are high that a nice warm, fuzzy feeling washes over a coaching staff knowing that points seem pretty... more

Hoage, Tomasik embrace Falcons’ fight to improve, aim high in 2015

Prior to last season, Jason Iwankow and Rich Kozak decided to tweak to the Frontier boys soccer program a little. Perhaps the biggest change was giving... more

Duggan to lead Red Raiders in 2015

In Mike Smolinski’s first seven years at the helm of St. Francis soccer, he’s had multiple captains on each team. This season, though, Smolinski’s eighth... more

Lake Shore looks to ‘push’ forward in ECIC II

With a new coach comes a new approach, and Scott Krull is bringing an aggressive style to the Lake Shore boys soccer team. Krull, a 2002 Lake Shore graduate,... more

Sports writers wanted

Community Papers of Western New York is looking for sports writers for all of its coverage areas throughout Western New York. The right candidate(s) will... more

Eden hopes last year’s growing pains lead to big gains in 2015

To fully understand where the Eden boys soccer team stands entering the 2015 season, knowing how last season went is essential. It was a classic tale of... more

Jamestown Jammers complete first season

When the Jamestown Jammers baseball team, an affiliate of the Florida Marlins, moved to West Virginia after the conclusion of the 2014 season, the city... more

TIDBITS: Things happening in the area include baseball tryouts

Frontier athletics to hold mandatory meeting The Frontier athletic department is hosting a mandatory “meet the coaches and parents” meeting at 6 p.m. Aug.... more

Hornets player regains feel for the game after injury

Tanner Torres Sr., corrals the kickoff, heads up field at full speed, and lowers his shoulder to prepare for contact. A standard kickoff return for most.... more

Hilbert women’s cross country look to run closer to top

After watching his Hilbert women’s cross country team tie for fourth at the 2014 Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Championships, coach Geoff Brunger... more

Raiders finish 10-4 overall

Photo / Dave EckhardtThe Raiders, who won the South Division and finish the summer 10-4 overall, didn’t hit the ball hard, singling Hamburg to elimination.... more

DANCING SKATES: Eden student finds right partner, shines at Ice Dance Championships

Bianka Szijgyarto admits Jimmy Koszuta and Angeline Turczyn far surpassed what she expected. Koszuta, a senior-to-be at Eden, even had a sense of shock... more

Hilbert women’s soccer plans to turn some heads in 2015

Courtney Vaccaro sits inside the athletics conference room in Hafner Recreation Center on the Hilbert College campus, and she finds it hard to contain... more

Hamburg qualifies for finals

Photo / Dave EckhardtHamburg qualified for the finals by knocking off the top seed, the 11-3Niagara Junior Thunderwolves, 2-0, in the s... more

Simmons to throw out first pitch at Bisons game

Buffalo 716ers star forward Jake Simmons is slated to throw out the ceremonial first pitch at the Buffalo Bisons game on Sunday, Aug. 30. The Bisons... more

Cross-training brings boost to Hawks

The Hilbert men’s cross country team may be without runners who are deep-rooted in the sport and numerous veterans.That’s not to say the Hawks have a bleak... more

Sports writers wanted

Community Papers of Western New York is looking for sports writers for all of its coverage areas throughout Western New York. The right candidate(s) will... more

SECOND CHANCE: Buffalo State’s Luderman taking advantage of last year in the trenches

A self-proclaimed mountain man, Buffalo State guard Jeremiah Luderman sat on the sidelines after practice on Friday, Aug. 21 with his eyes squinting against... more

Refocused Hawks set sights on redemption

After watching the last three years unfold, Jeff Panik almost prefers his Hilbert men’s soccer team be a little naďve in its approach. Just like when his... more

Weekly 3D archery shoots appeal to all ages

Western New York summers are such a great time of the year: camping, hiking, exploring the woods, fishing, archery preparations in progress, the Erie County... more

Wolf providing memorable season for Bisons, fans

When it comes to attending Buffalo Bisons games, only half of the attraction involves the action on the field.The other half? Sometimes it’s the food.... more

Six Eden/North Collins varsity football players hit practice field with Lake Shore

The wait looks to be over for Eden and North Collins varsity football players, who, after much discussion, appear to have the opportunity to compete on... more

Lake Shore West Herr receives call to Hall of Fame

As Leo Granger was doing his part in assembling the Lake Shore West Herr baseball team that would go on to have an unrivaled run in the Buffalo News Suburban... more

New early archery season rules disturb sportsmen

New York State boasts about the push to reflect Governor Cuomo’s “Open for Hunting and Fishing Initiative” on a fairly frequent basis, yet it appears that... more

NWHL announces name of championship trophy … The Isobel Cup

The NWHL announced its league trophy is to be called The Isobel Cup.The trophy is named after Lord Stanley’s daughter, Lady Isobel Stanley, one of the... more

Tidbits: Things happening in the area include baseball tryouts

The Great Lakes Gators, Western New York's newest travel baseball organization, will hold tryouts for their 2016 Cooperstown-bound 12U team on Saturday,... more

Hamburg Monarchs U14 boys travel soccer

The Hamburg Monarch U14B travel soccer team coached by Tim Bowen, Glen Paluch and Gary House finished a very successful 2015 soccer season by winning the... more

Eden student finds right partner, shines at Ice Dance Championships

Bianka Szijgyarto admits Jimmy Koszuta and Angeline Turczyn far surpassed what she expected. Koszuta, a senior-to-be at Eden, even had a sense of shock... more

Former Hilbert Hawks named to NABC Honors Court team

The National Association of Basketball Coaches (NABC) announced the 2014-15 NABC Honors Court team, and for the second year in row Hilbert College’s Ryan... more

NWHL fills rosters for 2015-16 season

The free agency period for the National Women's Hockey League (NWHL) ended at midnight eastern time on August 17. At this time, all 72 slots available... more
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