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Sports from Hamburg NY

Hamburg swimmers clinch division, undefeated season

Tim Madden and Ian Wilson practically grew up together in Hamburg. The seniors at Hamburg High School have been friends for years as the two Bulldogs were... more

Rod, Gun & Game: Super Bowl Sunday — time for venison nachos, walleye tacos

This is a great time to relish the satisfaction of delicious meals that can result from the successful sportsmen pursuits of hunting wild game and fishing.... more

Frontier senior’s do-good haircut coincided with growth in game

Jay Bergmann has gone through his share of changes throughout high school at Frontier. The senior has been through plenty of lineup changes, many victories,... more

OP/Frontier girls having best season

The girls federation hockey team at Frontier/Orchard Park was able to capture the Section VI championship in the inaugural season of the league back in... more

Hamburg, Frontier hockey teams fall in WNY Federation action

After getting payback and earning a huge victory over Division 2’s top team in Williamsville East, the Hamburg hockey team started right where it left... more

Frontier alumni resilient for BSC swim

Buffalo State’s swimming and diving team has had an interesting year to say the least. Construction at the Houston Gym athletic facilities has left the... more

Hamburg cheer teams place first

The Hamburg varsity, junior varsity and modified cheerleading teams all finished in first place Jan. 25 at the Fredonia State Cheerleading Competition... more

Porto named Hamburg Booster Club’s Athlete of Week

Paige Porto, a senior at Hamburg High School, has been selected as the Hamburg Athletic Booster Club Athlete of the Week for her work on the varsity cheerleading... more

Lake Shore’s Gravius granted Brett Farrell Senior Award

Christian Gravius began his swimming career at Lake Shore way back in middle school. He spent his winters in the pool for the Eagle Rays when he was in... more

Lake Shore girls win tournament

The Lake Shore girls basketball team defeated No. 4 Large School Mount Mercy, 50-43, to win the Waste Management Tournament hosted at Pioneer High School.... more

Keppel helping North Collins succeed on the court

Jenna Keppel never played basketball until she was about halfway through her high school career. She tried out at the time in awe of her older brother,... more

Whitmore, Kozlowski guiding Hamburg bowlers

While Tyler Kozlowski has bowled for what has been practically his entire life, Dustin Whitmore began when he was 13 years old. Both seniors, Kozlowski... more

Defending state champion Frontier bowling is young, but still talented

Since sixth grade students are not eligible to participate in modified, junior varsity or varsity sports, Griffin McAndrews spent his sixth grade year... more

Boards, balanced offense propels Lancaster to 76-58 victory over Frontier

The Lancaster High Redskins took a couple tough losses to Williamsville North and Jamestown before Frontier came to town on Thursday, Jan. 22.They had... more

Heinhold, longtime teammates set to part

Jordan Heinold, a forward at Immaculata Academy, has entered an important phase of her career on the court with the Lady Bears.The junior has known Celina... more

Lake Shore's Evans prepared to take the next step

Later this year, Darian Evans will be moving up to play basketball at the collegiate level. That’s pretty ironic to those that remember when the Lake Shore... more

West Seneca East boys best Lake Shore, win in Papa's honor

When head coach Dan Lutman Jr. took his West Seneca East boys basketball team  to Lake Shore on Tuesday night, it was the first contest his team played... more

Late change to lineup leads Lake Shore swimmers past Will North

Lake Shore's swim meet against Williamsville North may have came down to the final relay to those in attendance, but Eagles head coach Chris Ignatowski... more

Hamburg gymnasts take 1st

The Hamburg Gymnastic Club Level 5 team took first place honors at the 2015 Graffiti Invitational on Jan. 9 in Niagara Falls.Hannah Fox led the team with... more

Rod, Gun & Game: Greater Niagara Fishing and Outdoor Expo set for this weekend

The Greater Niagara Fishing and Outdoor Expo is set for this weekend, Jan. 23-25, at the Niagara Falls Conference and Event Center, in downtown Niagara... more

St. Francis Jr. Prep bounces back to defeat Blyth, take tournament title

The St. Francis Jr. Prep Red Raiders participated in the Ridley Tiger Challenge Cup Jan. 16-18 in St. Catherines, Ontario.On Friday, the Red Raiders faced... more

Wrestling more than a sport for Eden senior Simmons

The wrestling program at Eden High School has been able to reap the benefits of a number of dedicated and hardworking student-athletes that have come through... more

Hamburg hockey squad teams with Post 928, Wounded Warriors

There is one parent of one of the children on a local youth hockey team that is a member of American Legion Post 928, which is located in Angola. Another... more

Immaculata basketball falls to Mount Mercy

Mount Mercy Academy and Immaculata Academy are very familiar with each other on the basketball court and have created some very formidable match ups during... more

Hamburg seniors leading new wave of girls bowlers

Kelly Pfluger was a middle school student at Hamburg High School when she received help from a friend to decide to join the bowling team.She came from... more

Martinsen helps Will East girls basketball past Hamburg

Erica Martinsen led Williamsville East with a quick start when the Flames defeated division foe Hamburg on Jan. 15, 50-45.Martinsen, a freshman in her... more

Talented senior the Hart of Hamburg hockey's attack

Hamburg was a team with high hopes on the ice last season and featured a high-powered offensive attack with plenty of scorers on every line.Injuries and... more

North Collins girls down Global Concepts

The Lady Eagles continued their milestone season at North Collins by escaping with a 44-40 win over Global Concepts Jan. 14 in a physically demanding contest... more

Frontier junior a leader for mostly young Falcon grapplers

Frontier has hosted some strong wrestling programs while competing on the mat against some of the best competition there is in Western New York.A large... more

Holness-Lightbody drops 36 in St. Francis' loss to St. Mary's

St. Mary's visited a hostile environment in what became a tight contest against league rival St. Francis on Tuesday night. Raider Nation had the gymnasium... more

Hamburg track enters midpoint on a roll

The Hamburg indoor track team finished the first third of its season with the WNY Relays held at Fredonia on Dec. 30. In the combined boys and girls team... more

Frontier fed hockey fights back to tie OP, redeems self for early-season loss to Quakers

When the Orchard Park hockey team came to the Nike Base to pay Frontier a visit for the second league matchup of the season between the rival schools,... more

Rod, Gun & Game: Winter is no time to sleep in WNY

With single-digit morning mercury numbers, a few logs in the family room wood stove helps take the chill out. The winter atmosphere is cozy, especially... more

Communication, consistency key for 2015 SFHS keglers

It was after the Red Raiders bowled their 12th game of the young winter season when Jason Cretacci pounced on the realization of why his club, which has... more

Hamburg hockey drops one-goal decision to WSE

West Seneca East escaped Buffalo State with a win on Sunday, but the Bulldogs bounced back from a slow start and made the Trojans sweat for the W before... more
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