ELLICOTTVILLE — Logan Grinols scored 21 points, dished out seven assists and posted four steals as Ellicottville held off a 24-point fourth-quarter rush from Franklinville to pull out a 62-59 CCAA East victory in boys hoops action Thursday.
The Ellicottville girls soccer team placed two members on the Big 30 All-Star team after a 12-6 season that included the Eagles’ first Section 6 Class D championship since 2015.
ALLEGANY — Pushed into a two-possession game after leading by as many as 14 in the first half, the Salamanca boys basketball team needed a timeout to sort itself out.
ALLEGANY — Powered by a career-best scoring performance by sophomore Lucus Brown, the Salamanca boys basketball team cruised to the championship game in the Pat Carroll Bracket in the Joe DeCe…
ELLICOTTVILLE — In a rematch of last season’s Section 6 Class C2 championship, Randolph relied on its returning experience in avenging its playoff loss Monday night over Ellicottville.
The 2021 Big 30 Football All-Star team, comprised of 31 players from across the New York-Pennsylvania border, included four players from Randolph and two each from Salamanca and Franklinville/…
Undefeated league champion Portville swept the major awards in recently released CCAA Easy year-end all-star and award recognition.
ORCHARD PARK — Brent Brown didn’t have to tinker much with his offense during the regular season: in most cases, a ground and pound attack did more than enough. But the Randolph football team kept some cards in its back pocket for the right moment, and showed them off Friday night on a pro stadium stage.
ORCHARD PARK — A clash of playing styles is likely when Randolph and Franklinville/Ellicottville meet again to decide the Section 6 Class D football championship on Friday.
PANAMA — If you had told Jason Marsh his offense would produce just six points on Saturday, he might have assumed his Franklinville/Ellicottville football team was in for a long, season-ending afternoon.
CALEDONIA — Until Friday, the playoffs didn’t bring much suspense for the Fillmore girls soccer team.
EDEN — Evan Bauer’s season came to an end, but only after helping keep it alive for the rest of his teammates on Saturday.
EDEN — Trailing at halftime after a late first-half goal, the Ellicottville girls soccer team remained confident: eventually, the scoring chances would fall.
Entering the postseason with a week off due to a forfeit from Gowanda/Pine Valley, the Salamanca varsity football team earned the No. 4 seed in the Section 6 Class C playoffs, starting with a …
FRANKLINVILLE — Before Friday night’s Section 6, Class D football matchup against Franklinville/Ellicottville, Portville coach Josh Brooks found an email in his inbox that he turned into bulletin board material for the Panthers.
The good news for the Ellicottville varsity boys and girls soccer teams? Both earned No. 1 seeds for the postseason and will play for a championship.
FRANKLINVILLE — Coach Jason Marsh said his Franklinville/Ellicottville football team has thrived on big plays this season. They produced a few on Friday night, but they needed one more to knock off Clymer/Sherman/Panama in a Section 6, Class D showdown.
SALAMANCA — Nick Harmon, Michael Cole and Christian Gariepy each went for a pair of goals to lead Portville to their ninth consecutive victory, topping Salamanca/Cattaraugus-Little Valley on T…
SALAMANCA — For the second time this season, the Cattaraugus-Little Valley girls soccer team won at the expense of Salamanca.
It had the feel of a crossroads kind of moment.
For four Ellicottville girls soccer senior captains, this is a big year.
PANAMA — There’s a new, if familiar, frontrunner in the race for Section 6 Class D football supremacy.
As high school boys soccer returned on time this fall, some teams hit the pitch at full speed, while others took some necessary time to ramp up with new faces in big spots in their lineup.
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.