Weekly Feature




February 2, 2012 RSS feed / Sports

Lady Indian cagers earn first league win

West Seneca West’s girls basketball team finally broke through with its first league win of the season Thursday when it topped Sweet Home, 49-44 — though the Lady Indians needed overtime to do it.  More...

Girls hockey team wins pair of games, improves to 13-2

West Seneca’s girls hockey team found itself in two different types of games on consecutive nights last week, but earned the same result — victory — each time out to improve to 13-2 overall on the season.  More...

East squeezes past West in non-league battle

Wrestling

West Seneca East received just enough solid performances in the 15 battles January 25 to hold off crosstown rival West Seneca West in the squads’ dual meet, 37-34.  More...

Second-half defensive effort lets Trojans’ boys hoops team scare South before losing

West Seneca East’s boys basketball team stepped up its defensive effort in the second half of Friday’s league clash with Williamsville South, but a last-ditch three-point attempt to send the game to overtime rimmed out, leaving East just More...

Gymsters fare well on Long Island

The Orchard Park Gymsters, who train at Gymnastics Unlimited, turned in multiple gold-medal performances at the recently held Early New York State Championship Meet on Long Island.  As a team, the Gymsters were one of the squads with the most b More...

Sports briefs

The WNY Sting 10U indoor softball team remained undefeated after recently securing a 5-2 victory over the Orchard Park Starz in the Sahlen’s Sports Park 2012 Winter Softball League. More...

High School Sports Calendar

Thursday, February 2 Boys basketball: West vs. More...

Photos available for purchase online

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West hockey enters 10-day layoff riding four-game streak

West Seneca West’s hockey team will enter its crucial battle for the regular-season title with Williamsville East February 10 well rested, as the Indians will be idle for 10 days prior to the contest after defeating Grand Island Monday, 4-2.&nb More...

Indians’ indoor track record falls at Lancaster field house

Senior Brad Ganschow broke the West Seneca West boys indoor track weight throw record in the Varsity Select One meet Saturday at Lancaster by launching the weight 42-feet-7 for West’s signature effort at the event.  More...

East names January’s top athletes

West Seneca East’s Varsity “E” Club and Girls Athletic Association recently announced their respective Athletes of the Month for January: Andrew Oak, Joe Schaumloeffel, William Korczynski, Kristen Sikorski, Sharon Martens, Kayleigh More...

Second-half surge pushes Panther cagers past West

West Seneca West’s boys basketball team lost its offensive touch in the third quarter after playing Sweet Home to a near deadlock in the first half, which ultimately dashed the Indians’ hopes of picking up their first league win of the ye More...

Summit gymnasts fare well at Jacquie’s Buffalo Challenge

Summit Gymnastics Center sent 43 athletes from five separate levels of the Junior Olympic training program to compete in the recently-held fourth annual Jacquie’s Buffalo Challenge at the Greater Buffalo Gymnastics Center in North Amherst.  More...

High School Sports Scoreboard

West Seneca East Boys basketball: lost to Maryvale 64-44, lost to Williamsville South 50-47 Girls basketball: lost to Hamburg 59-24, def. Williamsville South 46-33 Boys swimming: def. St. More...