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Sports from Hamburg NY

Frontier boys bowling ‘back where we should be’

A usual suspect has reclaimed glory on the lanes after a short time away from the top. The Frontier boys bowling team, after reaching states in back-to-back... more

Diegelman becomes Hilbert's first strength and conditioning since competing at D-III level

Hilbert College has announced Matthew Diegelman (Hamburg) as the athletic department’s first strength and conditioning coach since the college began competing... more

Hamburg High graduate named AMCC Player of the Week

On Feb. 7, Hamburg High School graduate Alexis Smith was named Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference Player of the Week for women’s basketball. Smith,... more

In Owens, Hilbert has the senior leader it needs

In the eyes of Rob deGrandpre, not all hoopsters are cut out to be college players. Especially at Hilbert, where he’s the men’s basketball coach.deGrandpre... more

Hamburg Little Cagers results: Ritts goes for 25

Below are results of Hamburg Little Cagers action played Feb. 6:9-10 boys divisionBTM Gang 29, Century 21- Ganey 14Zach Majchowicz made his presence known... more

Maurer, Bulldogs continue to wow in pool

Last year, Michael Maurer recalls there being talk around the Hamburg boys swimming and diving team that he was a foreign exchange student.Maurer, who... more

Eden hopes strong second half leads to postseason success

A team can start out a season hot as can be. But it amounts to nothing if there isn’t a strong finish, too. However, if it bounces back from a bad start... more

Hamburg’s prep for outdoor going well

Not many sports have a different version in the fall, winter and spring. Track and field/cross country does. Many runners follow the trend of going from... more

Local students partake in NFL Play 60 Challenge

Students in Mr. Renzo’s class at John T. Waugh Elementary recently participated in the National Football League’s Play 60 Challenge. This program was created... more

Frontier modified girls basketball completes perfect season

The Frontier girls modified basketball team won its final two games of the winter, giving the Falcons a perfect season at 14-0. In the penultimate game,... more

Young Red Raiders grow up in a hurry

Sometimes, Brian Ferris’ tough assessment of himself and his team can blur the reality. And this season, the reality is that Ferris’ St. Francis basketball... more

St. Francis edged by Joe’s at All-Catholics

The additional five kids on the side of St. Joe’s made a difference. The difference, actually.Four days after St. Francis defeated the Marauders in a dual... more

Eagles crown four class champions, to send nine to state qualifiers

Despite heading into every dual meet giving up several forfeits due to a lack of weight classes being filled, the Lake Shore wrestling team had a strong... more

Jan. 30 Hamburg Little Cagers action

Below are results from Jan. 30 Hamburg Little Cagers action:11-14 girls divisionVillage of Hamburg Recreation 46, The Now Pizzeria 35 Leading by two points... more

Immaculata bowling wins division, All-Catholic crowns

Two days after claiming the regular-season Monsignor Martin girls bowling title, Immaculata put the cherry on top of its season. Kaitlyn Gernatt rolled... more

Lucarelli honored as Athlete of the Week

Jason Lucarelli, a senior at Hamburg High School, was selected as a recent Hamburg Athletic Booster Club Athlete of the Week for his hard work and determination... more

Cheer teams excel at Fredonia competition

Two weekends ago, Hamburg modified, JV and varsity cheerleaders competed in a competition at SUNY Fredonia. All three teams received first place in their... more

Kenmore/GI tops OP/Frontier for Section VI title

With a chance to dethrone the queens of Section VI, the Orchard Park/Frontier girls Federation hockey team couldn’t overcome a slow start, falling to Kenmore/Grand... more

Red Raiders mean business ahead of Catholic states

To St. Francis indoor track and field coach Walter Wcislo, Nick Miller has the look of someone with something to prove. It’s easy to see why he would be... more

Commentary: Lake Shore boys volleyball gets it done in the classroom

The Lake Shore boys volleyball team is a state champion. Maybe the Eagles didn’t win a state title on the court, but they can still call themselves champions... more

Hamburg Gymnastics Club Level 6 begins season

The Hamburg Gymnastic Club Level 6 girls kicked off its competitive season earlier this month at the 2016 Graffiti Invitational in Niagara Falls.Seventh-grader... more

Hamburg bowling teams on the right track

Hamburg boys and girls bowling coach Dan Darnley’s primary goal isn’t winning. He’s more concerned about the process that leads to wins. “Success doesn’t... more

Ryan’s return from injury supplies Bulldogs a boost

Brendan Ryan is an extra coach on the sidelines. “Actually he is probably more than a coach on the bench, because he had a different investment with the... more

OP/Frontier off to Section VI finals

By Michael Straw, Sports ReporterFor the first time in six years, the Orchard Park/Frontier girls Federation hockey team is heading to the Section VI finals.The... more

Frontier, Hamburg battle to tie on combined senior day

Senior day. The day where seniors get recognized for it being their final season on a respective team. It’s a game that sums up the four, five or maybe... more

Maurer cleans up, Lake Shore, Eden score well in ECIC A meet

After finishing first at ECIC AA Championships last season, the Hamburg boys swimming and diving team came up a little shy of repeating. Led by Michael... more

Bulldogs fare well in 9-10 championship meet

On Saturday (Jan. 30), freshmen and sophomores on the Hamburg boys and girls indoor track and field teams traveled to Houghton College for a 9-10 championship... more

WS/Hamburg picks up first win in two years

Losing can be painful, difficult and toxic. It’s one of those feelings that’s tough to forget about and for some, it’s the feeling you play your hardest... more

OP/Frontier earns bye into Section VI semifinals

With major playoff implications on the line, the Orchard Park/Frontier girls Federation hockey team took advantage of timely opportunities and stellar... more

Scanlan, Eagles overcome key injury in big ECIC II win over Hamburg

Shayla Scanlan picked a good night to have a breakout game. It’s one thing to have a game-changing performance in a matchup of top-tier teams in ECIC II... more

Good, McAndrews above average for Frontier

She has been on the Frontier girls bowling team for six years and has gotten better and better since starting. It’s culminated to her owning the top average... more

First NWHL All-Star Game features fun, competitiveness

Emily Pfalzer joked that she lost out on the right to have the first pick when she and Hilary Knight were drafting their rosters for the first-ever National... more

Bantam team wins Cleveland tournament

Southtowns Stars bantam house Berkhoudt, based out of Leisure Rinks, finished first overall in the Cleveland Ohio Rock and Roll Tournament Jan. 16-18.... more

Frontier seeks Athletic Wall of Fame nominations

The Frontier Central Athletic Department is accepting 2016 nominations for consideration for induction into the Athletic Wall of Fame. Those selected will... more

Hamburg Little Cagers results from Jan. 23

Below are the results from Hamburg Little Cagers games played Jan. 23: 11-14 girls divisionThe Now Pizzeria 35, Chiacchia & Fleming LLC Attorneys 34:... more
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