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Sports from Hamburg NY


Glen Meadows Park hosts open-to-the-public pickleball

Soon, there will be a plaque mounted on a chain-link fence that surrounds one side of the two tennis courts at Glen Meadows Park in the Village of Hamburg.... more

Amherst High retires Duke McGuire jersey

Always quick with a wry comment, Duke McGuire couldn't help but smile and say, “Like that old (Saturday Night Live) saying, ‘baseball’s been berry, berry... more

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We love to get submissions from readers, and reader-submitted material is a particularly important part of our Sports section.However, it’s important that... more

Hamburg Post 527 hangs tight, falls to first-place West Seneca

One hasn’t seen much of the batter’s box recently, and the other was unfamiliar as can be on the mound. Yet, there they were, the centerpieces of what... more

High-tech voting for baseball’s All-Stars provides hollow results

The internet might be a treasure trove of information and entertainment, but I’ve realized that it has failed to engage me when it comes to one of baseball’s... more

Hornets see promising signs early in second season

It’s a new year, and so far, to team owner Brandon Perry, it’s been a radically new Hamburg Hornets. That’s a good thing from Hamburg’s perspective. There’s... more


Late last month, Frontier inducted three new members into its Athletic Wall of Fame. The inductees were:Andrea Smith, a member of Frontier High’s Class... 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

Falcon Alumni Baseball to hold four-day baseball camp

Alumni and current coaches of Frontier baseball will be holding a four-day baseball camp in July. The camp will run from July 13-16, with Friday, July... more

Post 880 works to find old winning ways

The Eden Post 880 American Legion Baseball team has hit a few roadblocks this season, but that doesn’t have assistant coach Keith Baskerville worried.... more

EYE ON THE PRIZE: Yerington gears up to fulfill lifelong dream of competing at Ohio State

Since he was young, Zach Yerington dreamed of being a Buckeye. Born in Cleveland, Yerington spent the first three years of his life in Ohio. His father... more

CPOWNY announces 2015 lacrosse award winners

At a banquet Monday at Ilio DiPaolo’s Restaurant in Blasdell, Community Papers of Western New York announced its 2015 lacrosse awards.The winners were:... more

Cerrillo’s mental power pushes him to complete Buffalo Marathon

When it comes to spontaneous actions, running a marathon isn’t a common one. Yet after a friend of Matthew Cerrillo’s told a story of how his father and... more

Tidbits: Golf scores top the list

Hoisek scores low gross and low net Results from ladies golf action on June 17 at Gowanda Country Club:Low gross: Maryann Hoisek (47), Kim Gier (48),... more

Muskingum University has named Taryn Burkholder head women's lacrosse coach

Taryn Burkholder arrives at Muskingum after helping lead the Morrisville State College Mustangs to the 2014-15 North Eastern Athletic Conference women's... more

Canisius trio snagged in MLB draft

The Buffalo Sabres had The French Connection—you know, Gilbert Perreault, Rick Martin and Rene Robert—in the 1970s.The 2010s on the Canisius College baseball... more

OP native Graham earns new title of Hilbert women’s hoops coach

It’s early evening on a rainy Friday, and Melissa Graham is embarking on her first substantial assignment since being named Hilbert College’s women’s basketball... more

UPDATE: Alumnus Burke eager to come back home, rebuild St. Francis lacrosse

Mike Burke remembers when he started as coach of the Timon lacrosse team in 2004.It wasn’t the South Buffalo school’s top athletic program. Crazy to think... more

Free fishing in NYS this weekend

Fish on! Sounds like fun right? It is! Except you gotta get out there and wet a line to find out. Now is the right time!During this upcoming last weekend... 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

HJBSL scores and details

7-8 Boys JP Fitzgeralds 13; Jen Warren State Farm 0 JP’s came out slugging in their opening game accumulating 24 hits.... more

Record walleye found in NYSDEC reservoir study

Shoreline anglers are usually content to catch sunfish, perch, rock bass, black bass and the occasional walleye or trout. Boat anglers have greater ability... more

Hilbert hires THS's Jay Hall to coach softball

It's an opportunity just too good to pass up.City of Tonawanda native Jay Hall was recently named the new women's head softball coach at Division III Hilbert... more

Women’s pro hockey poised to establish footprint in Buffalo

By Mike HaimSports ColumnistThere’s been a long list of sports ventures which tried to complement the Bills, Sabres, and local colleges in an ongoing competition... more

TIDBITS: News from around the local area includes Krueger taking another duty

John Czarnecki, director of athletics at Hilbert College, recently announced that Christopher Krueger, the Hawks’ current men’s volleyball head coach,... more

Eleven Bulldogs set to play at Division III level

On June 10, 11 senior student-athletes at Hamburg High School posed to celebrate their commitments to continue in athletics at their respective colleges... more

Locals thriving for West Side Rowing Club

Gavin Gemberling sits in chemistry class at St. Francis High School, and he takes a quick look out the window to see a picturesque view of Lake Erie, which... more

Longtime volunteer honored by HJBSL

With more than 20 years of service to the league as a coach, director, sponsor, parent and generous donor, Dave Alexander was inducted into the Hamburg... more

Hamburg takes over Challenge Trophy from Frontier

Four years ago, once it was dusted off and cleaned, the Frontier-Hamburg Challenge Trophy was restored. And with it, the crosstown rivalry received a boost.... more

Eden senior Schlegel wraps up successful career on court, classroom, diamond

As Eden baseball coach Eric Cooper stands before a crowd at Eden High School’s senior athletic awards banquet June 4, he’s telling a story to introduce... more

Saint Peter & Paul girls softball team goes undefeated

Our 2015 girls softball team at Saint Peter & Paul School are undefeated league champions. Pictured from left in row one: Natalie Muka, Hannah... more

Host of locals compete in Albany; Brooks a champion again

McKyla Brooks made the most of her final chance at a state title. There was suspense en route to attaining it, however. Brooks finished seventh in the... more

2015 Eden 5K Run in the Country

The men's and women's winners of the Eden 5K Run in the Country on Saturday were Ryan Satanek of Eden and Kim Vona of Lakeshore. The race raises funds... more

Eden’s Tutuska enters Albany as top seed, exits as state champion

Brianna Tutuska walked into New York State Public High School outdoor track and field championships Friday, June 12, at the University at Albany not knowing... more
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