ORCHARD PARK — From the moment Cameron Barmore raced untouched into the end zone on a 67-yard reception in the game’s first minute, Clymer/Sherman/Panama put Franklinville/Ellicottville in unchartered territory.
ORCHARD PARK — As a freshman, Logan Frank suited up for this game two years ago, but didn’t play. Still, the experience stuck with him as the Titans were in a similar position to the one they …
ORCHARD PARK — Jason Marsh is still waiting for his first loss as head coach of Franklinville/Ellicottville, and he’s hoping it won’t come anytime soon.
FRANKLINVILLE — It became commonplace for the Franklinville/Ellicottville Titans until last season, and now they’re back: playing for a Section 6 championship.
EDEN — Matt Finn couldn’t have asked for much more from his Ellicottville boys soccer team. The Eagles just didn’t have quite enough to outlast the defending sectional champions on Tuesday.
SALAMANCA — Trailing 6-0 after an early turnover cost his team some points, Jarrett McKenna made sure Salamanca would have a lead before its second offensive play of the postseason on Friday night.
SALAMANCA — Tyra Clark always had an answer Wednesday afternoon for the Randolph girls soccer team.
ELLICOTTVILLE — Mary Neilon decided to step away from the soccer field this year. Now, her name will appear above the field where her teams played for 35 years.
CATTARAUGUS — The Salamanca Warrior peewees won the top prize for youth football teams in the area on Saturday, defeating Ellicottville for the Super Bowl PeeWee A championship.
SALAMANCA — Logan Frank kept breaking tackles, and the Franklinville/Ellicottville football machine kept rolling along to finish off a perfect regular season on Friday night.
Generations of Salamanca football players, coaches, teachers and alumni are invited to make one last trip to see the Warriors on the old Veterans Memorial Park field this Friday.
SALAMANCA — Junior Ryleigh John scored two goals, but the Salamanca girls soccer team couldn’t keep up with a flurry of second-half goals for Portville on Tuesday afternoon.
CLYDE — After being shutout in consecutive weeks, the Salamanca offense rebounded in a big way on Friday night.
CATTARAUGUS — It didn’t take long on Friday night to show why Franklinville/Ellicottville has been the team to beat among Western New York Class D football squads this fall.
SALAMANCA — Winning nine out of the 12 events held in Monday’s meet, Allegany-Limestone claimed a 119-61 road swimming and diving victory over Salamanca.
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