The Spartans should be in position to make noise in what might be Western New York's toughest division.
The Lockport Lady Lions softball team has plenty to look forward to next week when it resumes its 2014 Niagara Frontier League schedule in a big way, with five games on tap.
Brittany Sanford was a triple individual winner on Wednesday, as the Lockport High School boys and girls track teams swept visiting Niagara Falls in the 2014 Niagara Frontier League track and field opener for both schools.
Sophomore Brad Wilson sparked visiting Barker to an opening day 13-4 Niagara-Orleans League baseball victory over Wilson on Thursday.
Such is the current state of Lockport's unplayable athletic fields in the second week of April — a mixture of grass and soupy mud rendered useless by a late 2013-14 winter, melting snow and persistent rain.
The Lady Lions are ready to make some noise.
Some key losses are offset by a number of key returners this spring on the Lockport High School boys varsity tennis team.
What Scott Reddinger’s accomplished in less than 10 years it sometimes takes other schools and sports programs a lifetime to even dream of.
Lockport senior Roserita DiMillo and Barker senior Jacob Haight received Prep Athlete of the Year awards for Niagara County from PAL on Feb. 23.
Tonawanda saved its best for last Wednesday night, beating Wilson, 43-41, in overtime, to claim its first ever Class B girls basketball championship at Buffalo State College's Alumni Arena.