With a roll of the dice and a Zoom meeting, the Allegany-Limestone and Ellicottville softball teams came together for an unconventional Senior Night on Tuesday.
Marissa Hamilton always dreamed of playing Division I basketball and professionally overseas.
One of the area’s longtime football minds is turning to a digital media platform to record his memories of a hall of fame career that spanned nearly a half-century.
Salamanca’s Jarrett McKenna and Franklinville/Ellicottville’s Jordan Grinols are among the eight high school seniors added this week to the rosters for the 47th annual Big 30 All-Star Charitie…
Robert Sawicki Jr. learned how to deal with disappointment before his college baseball career began.
Section 6 released its 2020 high school football schedule on Tuesday, March 24, including revealing the eight-week slate for six Class D schools.
BRADFORD, Pa. — Ellicottville senior Jordan “J.P.” Peplinski was among the six players announced this week to play in the Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic.
With students stuck at home for at least a month, Jason Marsh wanted to give them a chance to stay in shape while staying safe from spreading the coronavirus.
Salamanca senior Nizhoni Kennedy was named CCAA East II girls basketball MVP, leading postseason honorees recently announced by the league.
The CCAA East boys basketball divisions released their 2019-20 all-star teams and postseason honors Tuesday, March 10, with the completion of all teams’ playoff campaigns.
Monday began a period without high school sports, as schools around the Southern Tier joined the many around the country shut down in an attempt to stop the spread of coronavirus.
JAMESTOWN — Down three points in the sectional semifinals, the Ellicottville boys basketball team got two looks at extending its season, at least into overtime.
SALAMANCA — Salamanca forwards Kylee Dowdy and Jaeden Hubbard keyed Salamanca to a rubber-match victory over Ellicottville, 63-34, and into the semifinals of the Section 6 Class C2 girls baske…
ELLICOTTVILLE — Strong defensive presence and free throws proved to be the difference for No. 3 Ellicottville in a back-and-forth win in Friday’s Section 6 Class C2 quarterfinal.
ELLICOTTVILLE — In its final test before the Section 6 Class C2 playoffs, the Salamanca boys basketball team looked ready to play play postseason-level defense.