The young, but promising Lockport boys and girls bowling teams dropped their 2013-14 Niagara Frontier League openers to Niagara-Wheatfield on Tuesday at Brad Angelo Lanes.
Coach Bruce Matthews and the Royalton-Hartland boys swim program have been building quite a monster in the water for some time now.
Nine returning starters with Section VI tournament experience — including state place finishers Marshall Taylor and Anthony Orefice — has the Lockport Lions as one of the Niagara Frontier League’s favorites in the upcoming 2013-14 season.
Josh Kneeland’s favorite memory as a Newfane Panthers baseball player has nothing to do with his four years as an outstanding pitcher and player.
A second straight dominating performance this week has head coach John Sullivan’s Lockport swim Lions at 2-0 in the Niagara Frontier League — and that’s not even the best news.
“It’s not what you accomplish on the field, it’s how you accomplished it.”
A first-ever undefeated Niagara Frontier League championship season and the school’s first-ever Section VI volleyball championship are consolations that Lockport High School can live with.
A pair of high school boys volleyball programs with interesting similarities will meet this afternoon for a chance to advance to the state tournament pool play and finals next Friday.
The future is big and bright for the Lockport High School swim team with several exceptional performances turned in at Friday’s sectional finals by Lady Lions underclassmen.
The Lockport Lions didn’t simply win their first Section VI Class A boys volleyball championship Wednesday night, they ripped it out of destiny’s hands.