RANDOLPH — To open the 50th year of Penn-York Junior Golf, the tour explored a different part of the Southern Tier for the first time.
WILLIAMSVILLE — For the fourth consecutive time, and the last time in her scholastic track and field career, Mushirah Sheppard’s season will end in same place: the New York state championships.
The Franklinville/Ellicottville boys track and field team won the CCAA Division III championship by the slimmest of margins on Saturday, led by double-winning sprinter Noah Steinbroner.
BRADFORD, Pa. — The ninth group of players named to the 46th annual Big 30 Charities Classic has been released. This year’s game is set for the night of Aug. 3 at Bradford’s Parkway Field.
After a 9-10 regular season, the Cattaraugus-Little Valley softball team earned the No. 3 seed in the Section 6 Class C-1 playoffs, which start Wednesday with the quarterfinal round.
SALAMANCA — In the “Meet of Champions,” the top track and field athletes from three counties can judge themselves against elite competition just before the league and sectional championships begin.
The Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase keeps growing, and the coaches involved hope their teams can put on another pair of exciting fans for the area’s soccer supporters to watch.
OLEAN — Randolph’s Branson Morrison had the low round as the CCAA Div. II East sent its top golfers out for 18 holes at Bartlett Country Club for sectional qualification on Monday.
Tyler Hind’s list of postseason basketball honors keeps growing.
SALAMANCA — Salamanca (2-0) won both doubles matches, one of those coming via forfeit, and had a win at No. 2 singles from Liam Long, to edge Frewsburg in boys tennis action on Monday, 3-2.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The last time Salamanca won a varsity baseball game with its own, non-merged team, none of its 2019 players were in high school.
The CCAA East I boys basketball league has announced its yearly awards, as voted on by the league’s head coaches.
BUFFALO — With its season on the line, the Randolph boys basketball team played one of its best quarters of the year, then the Cardinals endured three periods they’d rather forget.
JAMESTOWN — Tyler Hind had already put together a second quarter to remember, a masterful display to help his team wrestle control of the Section 6 Class C-2 championship game. Then he brought…
JAMESTOWN — Tyler Hind brought the offense, Gabe McCoy and Andrew Bernard controlled the glass, and the Randolph Cardinals returned to another Section 6 boys basketball championship game.