SALAMANCA — For a quarter, Adam Bennett said, Allegany-Limestone beat his Salamanca boys basketball team at its own game.
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.
SALAMANCA — A big crowd got a taste of some hard-nosed, defensive basketball in a potential Section 6 Class C playoff preview Saturday night.
The Salamanca boys basketball team’s Beat Cystic Fibrosis Night is back after a year away due to complications of the pandemic.
JAMESTOWN — The Salamanca boys basketball team rolled to 2-0 in CCAA West I play on Monday, pulling away from Southwestern in a 65-44 victory.
SALAMANCA — The Salamanca boys basketball team looked ready for divisional play Saturday night in its CCAA West I opener.
When the Salamanca bowling teams have been able to play as scheduled, the results have been strong, particularly for the Warriors’ boys.
RANDOLPH — Despite a 32-point performance by Randolph big man Gabe McCoy, the Salamanca boys basketball team held on to win a tough non-league rivalry game Tuesday night.
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…
(Editor’s note: This is the first in an ongoing series centering on local high school coaches who have reached a notable milestone, have years of longevity or have otherwise stood out or succeeded on their sideline. Today: Salamanca boys basketball coach Adam Bennett.)
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.
PORTVILLE — Konner Spring won all three of his matches on Saturday in less than two minutes each, pinning his way to a 132-pound championship at the Portville Invitational Wrestling Tournament.
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/…
SALAMANCA — The Salamanca boys basketball team raced to a 20-3 lead after its first quarter of the season and never led up Wednesday night against Chautauqua Lake.
SALAMANCA — With three returning starters, including a first-team Big 30 all-star, and a versatile lineup, the Salamanca boys basketball team enters the winter sports season with renewed excitement.
SALAMANCA — With a few seniors there to lead the way, this will be a season of learning for the rest of the Salamanca High School girls basketball team.
It’s a thrill unique among New York state high school football teams enjoyed only by those in Western New York.
Undefeated league champion Portville swept the major awards in recently released CCAA Easy year-end all-star and award recognition.
ST. BONAVENTURE — This wasn’t exactly the start to her collegiate basketball career Dani Haskell had anticipated.
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.