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Sports from Hamburg NY


Fass hired as Hilbert’ womens lacrosse coach

The Athletics Department at Hilbert College, under the leadership of John Czarnecki, is pleased to announce the recent hiring of Katelyn Fass as the new... more

Haynes captains Hamburg Hornets

Jonathan Haynes wanted a reason to put the pads back on. He wanted a reason to get back on a football field, and do what he loves to do. The Hamburg... more

Hamburg's season ends in Allegany

There have been better results from the Hamburg Post 572 American Legion baseball team this summer than the previous season, and Ryan Ilardi’s ball club... more

Rod, Gun and Game: Purple Heart Veterans find Lake Erie Walleye

There were behind the scene combat-related stories to share and secret fishing moments to discover for 14 U.S. military veterans that registered for the... more

Hamburg modified lax wins 1812 Shootout

Hamburg’s boys modified lacrosse team went 12-0 this past spring despite losing four players to the junior varsity roster. The modified program continues... more

Eden Post posts perfect record early in playoffs

Coming into the summer, Eden Post 880 American Legion baseball team were the defending champion of the South Division. Although Eden was unable to capture... more

Licata, Cannon team up one more time

A handful of football players from Frontier decided to spend four more years with each other in college at Alfred University.Although A.J. Licata has not... more

Jimerson returns as All-CPOWNY selection

Back in 2009, Alie Jimerson, a seventh grader at the time, was a young lacrosse standout on Lake Shore’s modified team that dreaded the fact that she was... more

Blockbusters aplenty when linking movies and baseball

Mid-July is always a time for blockbusters, whether it’s at the local multiplex or while watching baseball’s annual All-Star Game.With baseball on break... more

Eden Post 880 falls to Hamburg, caught in three-way tie in South division

If the Eden Post 880 American Legion baseball team wanted to clinch sole possession of third place in the South Division, it needed to win the first of... more

Hanes takes third at Junior Championship qualifier

David Hanes is becoming a star. The soon-to-be St. Francis junior is lighting up golf courses and having fun in the process.Hanes fired a 74 to finish... more

Doughtery, Eden get aquainted at NCCC Shootout tourney

While most teams used the summer shootout to get their roster together again and prepare for the upcoming basketball season in the winter, one local team... more

Buccieri to play in Kensington Classic

Life is more than football for Elliot Buccieri. The former star on the St. Francis football team will have one more chance to showcase his skill and play... more

North Collins’ 14U baseball starts fast, downs Eden

In a battle between two 14U baseball teams from the Hamburg Junior Baseball and Softball League, North Collins did not have to do much hitting against... more

Hamburg clinches playoffs with key victories

Ryan Ilardi had not raised his voice towards his baseball team all season long. The Hamburg Post 527 American Legion team that he heads was one game behind... more

Harris helps Hornets score franchise’s first points

Although it has been a slow beginning for the upstart Hamburg Hornets in their inaugural season, the performance by their quarterback in their most recent... more

Neureuter completes lax legacy at Eden with second All-CPOWNY selection

All Molly Neureuter wanted to do was follow in the footsteps of her older brothers. So when she was asked to reflect on all that she had accomplished throughout... more

Cullen earns bid to state championships

Golf is not a game of how, rather of how many. The way a ball is holed or how a final score is determined is irrelevant. Former Saint Francis High School... more

Academy Stars bring home tournament crown, drop nationally ranked team in title game

The Academy Stars 15U baseball team has been keeping tabs on the Ohio Glaciers for some time now. The Ohio-based Glaciers are the closest nationally-ranked... more

Rod, Gun and Game: Buffalo fishing in spotlight

Magazines and periodicals printed from all around the country have been good to the fishing scene for New York. Simple search will show that everyone... more

Evans elavates swing, school and travel softball teams

Lake Shore’s first postseason victory in five years was decorated by a three-run homer from junior Darian Evans. She sent the shot way beyond the fence... more

Penn places first at local golf tourney

Mistakes were not apart of Marah Penn’s game plan. She was able to limit them en route to a dominating and decisive eight-shot victory at last weekends... more

May plays for Rochester in National Lacrosse Classic

Brandon May just finished his junior season as Bishop Timon-St. Jude’s top defensive player. As he becomes one of the few returners on next year’s lacrosse... more

Niagara Frontier Volleyball 15-1s win nationals

There is a drill that Stephen Pierce does with his Niagara Frontier Volleyball 15-1 girls team that prepares it for tough game situations. And boy did... more

Herrmann debuts on All-CPOWNY team

Having already played a major role on Hamburg’s sectional championship-winning team as a freshman in the spring of 2013, Claire Herrmann was ready to take... more

Herd influence not in Cleveland

CLEVELAND – During 14 seasons as the Triple-A affiliate of the Cleveland Indians, the Buffalo Bisons clearly developed a solid stable of major league talent.The... more

Eden Lacrosse Club continues to grow, produces undefeated boys modified season

There were high hopes of what could become of the boys modified lacrosse team at Eden in 2014.Andrew Minier coached his modified team to an 11-0-1 record,... more

Rod, Gun and Game: Eastern Basin Lake Erie is home to Walleye cash

Our eastern basin Lake Erie is home to some of the top walleye tournament events in the entire country. Imagine getting paid to fish for cash, merchandise,... more

STARS win AAU state title, head to nationals

The Western New York STARS, coached by Greg Martinsen and Jeff Haskell over the past two years, was able to put themselves amongst the elite eighth grade... more

Morrill helps High Time Stables place at nationals

High Time Stables had already made an appearance at nationals last season, but if the equestrians wanted to make another trip to the finals, they would... more

Hogan has successful freshman season with support of parents

When Bridget Hogan was in high school looking for a place to play college softball, she thought that school was somewhere down south, hundreds of miles... more

Czarcinski captures state title

It has only been two years since Cali Czarcinski began taking lessons at Orchard Park Gymsters. Now a 10-year-old Level 5 gymnast and the latest from the... more

Ford returns to All-CPOWNY first team

It is hard to imagine that a lacrosse player of Jill Ford’s caliber quit playing the sport once upon a time.Ford just finished her senior season at Hamburg... more

Wright to dive at Penn State

It was not too long ago when Lake Shore diver Travis Wright made his first appearance at the state championships.“He went to states as a freshman, but... more
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