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.
The Ellicottville girls alpine ski team will make another bid for the state championship later this month, led by the top three finishers in the Section 6 championships.
With plans to implement league-based scheduling on hold, the Section 6 Football Federation announced its 2020 divisional alignments based on school size classification on Thursday.
JAMESTOWN — In the CCAA Roll-Offs on Tuesday, Feb. 4, the Salamanca boys bowling team got a chance to finish its season on a high note.
Marissa Hamilton waited, and made sure to be ready when her time came.
ELLICOTTVILLE — So far, the Ellicottville boys basketball team looks like the team to beat again in the CCAA Div. II East .
SALAMANCA — Aaron George registered 22 points, six assists and four rebounds and Jarod White had a double-double of 13 points and 11 rebounds to power Salamanca to a 70-42 victory over Portvil…
ELLICOTTVILLE — The Ellicottville girls basketball team started strong and had to hold on for its first league victory of the season on Monday over Salamanca.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The first game of the New Year started well, and finished a bit rocky, but with a win nonetheless for the Ellicottville boys basketball team.
ST. BONAVENTURE — It would be hard to pen a better ending to Lucus Brown’s first start as an eighth grader on the Salamanca boys basketball team.
Players from Salamanca and Ellicottville made the Big 30 Soccer All-Star teams, as announced in the Olean Times Herald on Monday.
ELLICOTTVILLE — For what could have been considered a transition year, the Ellicottville boys basketball team still had plenty of success last winter.
Randolph senior Kaleb Steward won the CCAA East boys soccer division’s Player of the Year award, leading the player selected to the postseason all-star team.
The Ellicottville girls soccer team placed four players on the CCAA East division’s first-team all-stars, while Salamanca and Portville had three first-teamers each.
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.