SALAMANCA — Playing for the first time in a week, the Salamanca/Cattaraugus-Little Valley boys soccer team started slow, but coach P.J. Peterson is glad to have his group back for the final we…
SALAMANCA — John Jerabek sees a bright future for the Salamanca girls swimming and diving program.
JAMESTOWN — The Salamanca High School girls tennis team sent two doubles teams to the annual Chautauqua-Cattaraugus Athletic Association championships, concluding the season last week.
ELLICOTTVILLE — Ellicottville boys soccer coach Matt Finn made a move to get one of his best players, senior co-captain Bryce Butler, more involved on offense.
ELLICOTTVILLE — With a strong core returning from a 10-win team, the Ellicottville girls soccer team looks primed to keep running in coach Tammy Eddy’s second season.
The new leader in charge of the merged Salamanca/Cattaraugus-Little Valley boys soccer team is a steady one, and a familiar face.
RANDOLPH — With a new coach and only two returning starters, the Randolph boys soccer team is sure to look much different from the group that made the last two Section 6 championships, winning one.
CATTARAUGUS — Before the Cattaraugus-Little Valley girls soccer team laced up its cleats for the season opener, coach J.J. Niemi thinks they’ve already won something.
SALAMANCA — The Salamanca girls soccer team took a big step forward last fall. Now, even after some key losses to graduation, the Warriors don't want to look back.
ALLEGANY — Allegany-Limestone made a first-half goal stand as the game-winner, holding off Ellicottville to defend the Gator Cup boys soccer tournament championship on Saturday night.
Aspiring to a career in football scouting, Damond Talbot knew he needed to find a unique angle into the industry.
Sports are still limited in New York, with football and volleyball sitting out the fall and limiting options for young athletes. But at Salamanca, the Warriors have one new school-sponsored sport.
(Editor’s note: This story is the first in a multi-part series on football media members from the Salamanca area.)
For the first time since early March, some, but not all, high school sports teams resume organized practices today.
(Editor’s note: this is the second in a two-part story on the postponement of New York high school football.)
(Editor’s note: this is the first in a two-part series on the postponement of New York’s high school football season.)
Section 6 will move forward planning athletic seasons for low and moderate-risk sports following the release of NYSPHSAA guidelines on Friday.
BUFFALO — Given the chance to celebrate Jackie Robinson through the weekend, and not just one day, the Toronto Blue Jays didn’t hesitate.
Slowly but surely, the signs have begun to point back toward this cherished September custom.
On Monday, Aug. 24, the day fall sports practices were set to begin before being postponed due to COVID-19, New York high schools finally have an idea which sports will be allowed by the state…
This Monday would have marked the first big date on the New York state high school football schedule.
SALAMANCA — The next time a Salamanca football player scores a touchdown at Veterans Memorial Park, chances are he’ll be able to look up to watch a replay of his feat.
Growing up as a lacrosse-loving child in Salamanca, Frank Brown dreamed of playing for the Buffalo Bandits.
OLEAN — It took a 19th hole to finish off a three-peat for Connor Alfieri in his final round of Penn-York Junior Golf.
OLEAN — The games weren’t played until a full 11 weeks after the original date, they ended up being contested across the border from the scheduled state, the site was a first-ever venue for the event and the results were unprecedented.