Lockport trails Clarence 27-0 in AA grid quarterfinal, wins 42-35 in overtime
Better late than never
The Sabres snap a three-game losing skid with a 2-1 victory over the visiting Ottawa Senators on Tuesday night
Lady Lions open with win
The Lockport Lady Lions opened up the Karen Catalano coaching error with tremendous play off the bench in beating visiting Niagara-Wheatfield, 52-46, in a rock’em, sock’em 2013-14 Niagara Frontier League girls basketball opener for both schools.
Sobieraski's heroics not enough for Lions
The momentum swung like a pendulum in the Lions’ Den on Saturday night.
Impressive wins for St. Joe's, LHS
Fasten your seat belts for what promises to be an outstanding Rotary Tournament finals tonight at Lockport High School.Lockport and St. Joe’s opened the 36th annual classic with impressive wins on Friday night before a large crowd in the Lions’ Den and will meet there at 7:30 p.m. today in the tournament finals.
Bills stomped by Buccaneers, 27-6
It was a long day for E.J. Manuel and the Buffalo Bills in Tampa on Sunday. Manuel threw four interceptions, the Bills were nearly abysmal on offense, and Buffalo fell to 4-9 on the season with a 27-6 loss to the Bucs.
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.
Pin Lions swept by the Falcons
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.
Roy-Hart swimmers earn 100th consecutive meet victory
Coach Bruce Matthews and the Royalton-Hartland boys swim program have been building quite a monster in the water for some time now.
Another loss in Toronto
The Falcons made the Bills unravel in Buffalo’s controversial home away from home.
Kneeland signs on for Cedarville
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.
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