In good health and believing her soccer program to be in good hands, Mary Neilon sounds as if she has no regrets about retirement.
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.
The CCAA East girls soccer division released its 2018 all-star teams and postseason honors this week with the completion of all teams’ playoff campaigns.
The Randolph boys soccer team went on to win a Section 6 Class C championship, but first junior midfielder Kaleb Steward made an impression in CCAA East play.
October belonged to the Randolph boys soccer team.
EDEN — The Ellicottville boys soccer team got a later start to its postseason than it anticipated, but appeared ready nonetheless.
BUFFALO — Sophomore Reese Redeye-Desposito scored late in the first half to make it a one-goal game, but the skill of Newcomer Academy at Lafayette proved to be too much for the Salamanca/Catt…
Ellicottville’s bid for a second Section 6 boys soccer championship in htree years begins on Saturday, as coach Matt Finn’s Eagles earned the first seed in the Class D playoffs.
SINCLAIRVILLE — The Salamanca girls soccer team finished the regular season with a victory, shutting out Cassadaga Valley 3-0 on Friday night.
CATTARAUGUS — Aly Hill scored all three goals for a hat trick in a 3-2 overtime victory for the Salamanca girls soccer team, beating Cattaraugus-Little Valley in CCAA East play Wednesday.
ELLICOTTVILLE — The Ellicottville boys soccer team is off to its best six-game start in years, but perhaps the best news, given the Eagles’ youth, is this could be just that: a start.
The Salamanca girls soccer team scored its first three goals of the season Wednesday, Sept. 5, but it needed some strong defense to hold off Cassadaga Valley for the Warriors’ first victory of…
You’ll have to excuse Matt Kronert for declining to put heavy expectations on his Salamanca/Cattaraugus-Little Valley boys soccer team.
SALAMANCA — The last two seasons have been unkind to the Salamanca girls soccer team’s win-loss record, but strength in numbers and experience have coach Michelle Hill optimistic again to start 2018.
Wally Holland wanted to get his lifetime’s worth of remarkable stories on print. Good thing he had a writer for a son.