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.
RANDOLPH — Joined by his parents, grandparents, teammates, coaches and school administrators, Tyler Hind created a proud moment on where else, but the basketball court at Randolph Junior/Senio…
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 — Tyra Clark always had an answer Wednesday afternoon for the Randolph girls soccer team.
ELLICOTTVILLE — No team on the New York side of the Big 30 football border has been as dominant as Franklinville/Ellicottville this fall. The Titans kept it up Friday night with a 46-0 non-lea…
RANDOLPH — For the most part, the Class D Randolph defense showed it could hang with a ‘B’ school, Olean, on Friday night. Except when the ball went to Gavin Kulp.
SALAMANCA — An all-new offensive line didn’t show its inexperience Friday night in Randolph’s season opener, and the Cardinals feasted on some mistakes to pull away from Salamanca in the Warri…
RANDOLPH — It’s safe to say this is the youngest team Brent Brown will have coached in his seven years leading the Randolph Cardinals.
Kevin Hind has timed how to get to tipoff at Daemen College less than 80 minutes after his Randolph Cardinals wrap up practice during the winter.
OLEAN — Bartlett Country Club ate up most of the area's top junior golfers Monday. But not Branson Morrison.
Coming out of Clymer Central School a Big Ten-bound football star, Jehuu Caulcrick never played in the Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic.
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.