DEPEW — In a Section 6 non-league battle of 2-0 squads, another dominant night for Randolph’s rushing game helped the Cardinals (3-0) hold off Depew (2-1) Friday night.
NISKAYUNA — The Ellicottville girls soccer team traveled east to honor its former longtime coach and play in a state-wide tournament this weekend.
RANDOLPH — For two quarters, the Randolph football team had relative control.
SPRINGVILLE — The Salamanca football team is off and running and, well, passing.
FRANKLINVILLE — Less than four months after winning a sectional championship, even without several since-graduated key seniors, the Franklinville/Ellicottville football team returns to the field with plenty of confidence.
A trio of long-tenured Big 30 area coaches are among the latest individuals selected to the Section 6 Hall of Fame, the section announced Monday.
For many high school football standouts, Saturday marks the last chance to make some memories on the field. It’s also likely to be the first time many of them play alongside their rivals from …
A pair of stars from Ellicottville earned spring Big 30 All-Star honors from the Olean Times Herald, as the paper announced its baseball and softball awards on Monday.
Salamanca’s Lucas McKenna and Harley Hoag both earned first-team CCAA East baseball all-star recognition in honors voted on by the division’s coaches.
OLEAN — The New York/Pennsylvania Corporate Cup Soccer Showcase is back, with rosters loaded full of local talent on display this weekend.
Ellicottville senior Courtney Sexton was named Co-Pitcher of the Year in CCAA East softball postseason honors recently released by the division.
BUFFALO — Tom Prince wanted to do something a little different.
FALCONER — Salamanca High School had two athletes return from the Section 6 Div. II track and field championships with third-place sectional shields, concluding the season on a strong note.
RANDOLPH — The Franklinville/Ellicottville girls team made it look relatively easy.
PORTVILLE — Mike Matz had been saying all along that this was now a different Salamanca team.
FALCONER — Salamanca’s Arlen Newark was sixth (11:25.7) in the 3,000 steeplechase at the CCAA Pentathlon/Steeplechase meet Thursday night.
After leading their teams to undefeated league regular seasons as seniors, Franklinville/Ellicottville’s Logan Frank and Portville’s Jayden Lassiter have been named Section 6 Class D Co-Player…
SALAMANCA — How’s this for opening up your inaugural tournament on a new turf field in grand fashion?
FRANKLINVILLE — The Franklinville/Ellicottville football seniors have had a long time to ponder some unfinished business.
The last two Big 30 New York football teams standing, and two of the final 10 teams left in Section 6, Franklinville/Ellicottville and Salamanca have made it to the end of a season unlike any before it.
FRANKLINVILLE — From a numbers standpoint, it was a much different game than the regular season meeting.
RANDOLPH — The Franklinville/Ellicottville football team’s defense collected its second shutout in the last three games.
Randolph senior Sydney Hvizdzak, star for the undefeated sectional champion Cardinals, has won the CCAA East I girls basketball Player of the Year award.
SALAMANCA — A week ago, the Franklinville/Ellicottville football team managed a single touchdown in a season-opening loss to Akron.
Jason Marsh admitted the logistics of putting a football season together on two weeks of practice could be a “coach’s nightmare.”