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Sports from Hamburg NY


Ferrouillat, fellow foreign exchange students add flavor to North Collins’ boys soccer team

Gauthier Ferrouillat faced a daily commute to and from his soccer practices and games back at home in France.He would hop on a bus after school and would... more

Team player Joyce overcomes cerebral palsy, finds niche with Stalhka Sharks

Gracie Joyce has had her battles growing up with cerebral palsy. A 10-year-old soccer player that just finished her second season with the Stahlka Sharks,... more

Locals find home away from home on the pitch

Even though he is a sophomore, Fabian Stephan was able to join Maxwell Matthews and Brandon Buchanan in being honored on Senior Night for Lake Shore’s... more

Bulldogs better under Schiappa

When Tony Schiappa first arrived at Hamburg, the boys soccer program had mustered just one winning season in over a decade.The commitment he and his coaching... more

May to compete at NYSPHSAA championships

A swimmer that used to dabble in martial arts, Hannah May took a liking to diving on Eden’s varsity swimming and diving team in middle school.May enjoyed... more

Frontier friends validate athletic success on same day, sign letters of intent to play Divison I in college

McKyla Brooks and Courtney Courtade have a lot in common. So much, in fact, that it’s easy to see why they’ve been good friends since the sixth grade.The... more

Rod, Gun & Game: Chilly opening day for WNY deer season

Last Saturday, opening day of big game firearm season in NYS, temperatures in the southern tier hills of Western New York fell far below the freezing mark... more

Burgio named MVP of state tournament

GLENS FALLS – It has been a pretty busy five months for Sam Burgio.Already with three state titles under her belt, she helped her Niagara Frontier Volleyball... more

Pierce guides young Eden squad to program’s 12th state championship

GLENS FALLS – Some may fold and others will succeed when it comes to carrying on tradition. There were plenty of factors that could have been logical explanations... more

Patience pays off for former St. Francis goalie Diebold

Sometimes it just takes a little patience. Patience on the ice and patience in the classroom.For RPI senior netminder Scott Diebold (St. Francis High School),... more

Rod, Gun & Game: NYS big game season opens Saturday

The wait is over! The New York State big game firearm season for whitetail deer and black bear will open this Saturday, Nov. 15, at sunrise, and run through... more

Rindfuss medals at states in switch to cross country

A state qualifying distance runner for Hamburg spending his winters on indoor track and his springs competing in outdoor, Pete Rindfuss decided to give... more

Hindered Butlak places higher in return to states

The sectional meet was a gift and a curse, in a way, for Lake Shore senior Calvin Butlak.Lake Shore’s standout distance athlete in three different sports... more

Eden to defend state championship pedigree with youthful, talented group

As autumn is to leaves falling from the trees in the northeast, Stephen Pierce and the Eden girls volleyball team are to state tournament trips. The Lady... more

Clarence girls keep composure, beat Frontier to win Class AA volleyball crown

Composure is the word of the year for the Clarence girls volleyball team.Wednesday night’s (Nov. 4) highly competitive game was no different as the Red... more

Hamburg spikers successfully defend Section VI Division II championship

It was Hamburg that left Eden’s gymnasium just a few weeks ago with a loss when the Bulldogs fell to the Raiders in a non-league boys volleyball144150... more

May’s fifth-place finish exceeds expectations

Hannah May finished 13th in the Section VI Diving Championships two years in a row. She knew she was a better diver than those finishes suggested.Capturing... more

Red Raiders headed to The Ralph after blowing past Lancers 48-28

The No. 5-seeded St. Mary’s Lancers football team came into Nov. 6’s Monsignor Martin Association quarterfinals playoff game after escaping with a narrow... more

Falcons to defend Section VI title against Clarence

There was no telling how good the Frontier girls volleyball team could be this fall as it saw plenty of seniors from last year’s squad, which captured... more

Eagles use loss as fuel, win first sectional title in 27 years

The race for the CCAA Central division title was one that North Collins could not win after drawing a hiccup in its league schedule before the scheduled... more

Hamburg drops West to set up D-II final against Eden

The road to returning to another sectional championship game was a lot tougher than defending champion Hamburg had anticipated after the first two sets... more

Eden comes back, claims 16th straight Section VI crown

The quest to add more postseason plaques to the collection at Eden High School began a little shakier than the girls volleyball team had anticipated during... more

Luczak takes second as Bears win fourth All-Catholic championship in five seasons

Twice had Immaculata junior Rachel Luczak beaten Mount St. Mary standout Kim Fohrd in races this season.The two were neck-and-neck again on a dry and nippy... more

Kraska breaks sister’s record, leads relay to sectionals

Sabrina Kraska was a fifth grader when she watched her sister, Caitlin, from the stands of the Burt Flickinger Athletic Center become the holder of Eden’s... more

North Collins falls in return to Class D championship

North Collins knew all season long that International Prep would more than likely be the only program that stood between the Eagles adding on to its 24... more

Resurgent South Park makes mark for city football, earns first trip to Ralph Wilson Stadium

By year seven for the South Park football program under Tim Delaney, players are now making a 12-month commitment throughout the year to football.That... more

No. 2 Eden dethrones No. 1 Canisius in season finale

It was the match that Eden had been waiting for all season.The non-league regular-season finale between the top two boys volleyball programs in Western... more

Will South boys soccer's first win over Hamburg this year comes in Class A1 final

There were more than a few hurdles for the Hamburg boys soccer team to conquer in order for the it to become one of the elite soccer programs around.Avenging... more

Schweickelt, Kaempf grow as leaders

As a sophomore, Brandon Schweickelt found himself playing a key role alongside some veterans on a St. Francis volleyball team with high hopes. Unfortunately... more

The Ralph on the line for Hamburg, South Park

There was already plenty on the line when Hamburg and South Park met each other at All High Stadium back in Week 5. Now, everything is at stake.A Class... more

Lake Shore boys volleyball beats Sweet Home in pre-quarterfinals.

There are plenty of talented volleyball players at Lake Shore, but coach John Coyle and his boys admit that with their skill set, they should be able149150... more
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