BRADFORD, Pa. — The latest group of seniors announced to the Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic rosters includes two players from Cattaraugus-Little Valley and one from Ellicottville.
A pair of Ellicottville Central School seniors joined the rosters for the Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic this week, as Lucas Marsh were among the 10 latest players announced for the annual …
BRADFORD, Pa. — The third week of Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic roster announcements included the game’s first addition of a Franklinville/Ellicottville player in senior lineman Ethan Frank.
BRADFORD, Pa. — The first two groups of players for the 2022 Big 30 All-Star Charities Classic football game have been announced, including one senior from Salamanca and three from Randolph.
The hard-nosed, tough defense and running game identity of the Salamanca Warriors over the last two seasons owed a lot to the young man wearing No. 77 on both lines.
The last time Brent Brown gave a running back this kind of workload, he won the Big 30 Player of the Year in a record-setting season.
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/…
It’s a thrill unique among New York state high school football teams enjoyed only by those in Western New York.
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.
SALAMANCA — Portville tried to catch Randolph off guard with an onside kick to start Friday’s Section 6, Class semifinal football game. It didn’t work. Nothing did.
SALAMANCA — Thanks to a potent rushing attack from Amir Douglass, who had 14 carries for 118 yards, and a stingy defense, the Lackawanna football team was able to knock off Salamanca, 14-0, in a Section 6 Class C quarterfinal at Veterans Memorial Park on Friday.
One of winningest coaches in Big 30 football history and the architect of many of Salamanca’s finest times, George Whitcher, died on Thursday.
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 …
RANDOLPH — Xander Hind finished the year much as he began it, and much as he continued it almost every game in between:
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.
WESTFIELD — A rain-soaked muddy field played right into the strengths of the Salamanca football team:
FALCONER — With two fourth-quarter touchdown passes, the Salamanca football team rallied to win its second game in five days on Tuesday and put itself on a path to earning a home playoff game.
SALAMANCA — The Salamanca football team honored its seniors Friday night, showed some offensive flashes and put the game away early enough to get some rest and start preparing for a busy week ahead of the Warriors.
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.
RANDOLPH — With another monster rushing effort from junior Xander Hind, the Randolph football team continued its dominant form to stay unbeaten through Week 5.
It had the feel of a crossroads kind of moment.
SALAMANCA — In a battle for first place in Section 6 Class C South, Fredonia emphatically made its case as the division’s best Thursday night.
PANAMA — There’s a new, if familiar, frontrunner in the race for Section 6 Class D football supremacy.