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Lockport spikers produce historic victory
If you’re looking for Lockport boys volleyball, it’s officially on the map.
No tricks, all treat on Halloween
The No. 2-seeded Lockport Lions unleashed a plethora of chilling monster smashes, demonic high-flying kills, supernatural diving digs and soaring, spine-chilling serves to defeat the No. 7 Blue Devils in straight sets, 25-9, 25-5, 25-21.
Beatty's Bunch eyes a positive future
A history teacher, civil war re-enactor and big screen extra by day and a modest championship high school coach by night, John Beatty’s been a constant throughout the history of the LHS girls ternnis program — the only girls tennis coach Lockport’s ever had.
The final Frontier
Frontier senior running back Cameron Coon scored on a 5-yard run in overtime to lift the No. 2 Frontier Falcons over the No. 7 Lockport grid Lions, 27-21, in Friday night’s Section VI Class AA football quarterfinal.
Gone with the wind
One factor emerged victorious in Tuesday's Class B-2 boys soccer pre-quarterfinal contest between Roy-Hart and Wilson — the wind.
Racking up Niagara Frontier League cross country championships is fine for most schools, but not in Lockport.
Catching up with the Flu
The sun shone down like a spotlight Saturday on David Fluellen and college football's star running back sparkled in it.
Dry breaks LHS goal scoring record
Lockport sophomore Gretta Dry has set the single-season goal-scoring record for Lady Lions girls varsity soccer.
LHS spikers still unbeaten in NFL play
The Lockport boys varsity volleyball team remained undefeated in Niagara Frontioer League play Tuesday with a straight-set victory over visiting North Tonawanda.
Blue Devils spoil Lions' Homecoming
Head coach Rich Harris’ Ken West Blue Devils secured home field advantage for the first round of the AA football playoffs with a 34-12 win over Lockport at Max D. Lederer Field.
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