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DAYTON, Ohio — Nick Perkins put Blue Collar U on his brawny shoulders and lifted Buffalo’s alumni team one game closer to the $1 million bounty at The Basketball Tournament. 

Jet-setting between recruiting trips before attending NBA draft parties and vacationing at the beach, Nate Oats took a stroll down memory lane.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Jayvon Graves watched his Buffalo basketball brothers living their best lives at The Basketball Tournament in Columbus, Ohio over the weekend and envisioned himself joining in on the fun a few years down the line.

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“Money” Mat Williamson from St. Catharines, Ontario and Middleport’s Derek Wagner won the Sid and Carol Jeffery Memorial events for the Krown Undercoating Modifieds and Investor’s Service Sportsman, respectively, Friday night at Ransomville Speedway.

COLUMBUS, Ohio — A relative unknown to Buffalo basketball fans, Edric Dennis Jr. has been embraced by the Blue Collar U brotherhood like a favorite cousin.

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Nearly everyone at Niagara Falls Country Club was rooting for Ben Reichert on Saturday. Mother Nature and the golf gods included.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio — Blake Hamilton came up big for Blue Collar U. Wes Clark came up even bigger.

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Thirty-six holes allowed for plenty of movement on the leaderboard Friday at the 62nd Porter Cup at Niagara Falls Country Club, but the name at the top entering the marathon day remained there at the end.

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The strongest Bulls from Buffalo’s basketball bracket-busting glory days have gotten back together to show that tradition never graduates and legacies don’t leave for greener pastures.

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As many know in the Niagara Frontier region, the Porter Cup at Niagara Falls Country Club has built quite a name for itself over the years. Some of the world’s best amateur golfers have adventured to the top of the hill to play in Lewiston’s prestigious summer classic. Better yet, some of th…

The dean of coaching in The Basketball Tournament got his degree from Niagara University.

Former Niagara County Sheriff James Voutour made his professional baseball debut with the Niagara Falls Rapids of the New York-Penn League in the summer of 1990, hitting a home run in his first plate appearance in the league in Erie, Pa.

BUFFALO — J.D. Martinez and Hunter Renfroe connected back-to-back as the Boston Red Sox won a home run derby, beating Toronto 7-4 Wednesday night in the Blue Jays’ final game at their temporary Buffalo home.

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This year’s Porter Cup, whenever it gets underway, will have a throwback feel.

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The wait continues for the return of the Porter Cup.

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Third-generation driver Erick Rudolph from Ransomville won the Krown Undercoating Modified feature Friday night as Ransomville Speedway hosted its annual Labor Night at the Races presented by Highmark Western New York and the Niagara-Orleans Labor Council. Dave DiPietro from North Tonawanda …

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After nearly two years without Bisons baseball in downtown Buffalo, the Bisons are thrilled to announce the ‘Herd is coming Home’ for Opening Day at Sahlen Field, scheduled at 7:05 p.m. Aug. 10 against the Rochester Red Wings.

TORONTO — The Toronto Blue Jays were given approval from the Canadian government on Friday for an exemption on border restrictions that would allow them to play in Canada later this month.

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Before any other other coaches and players on the FC Buffalo team arrived at the final training session ahead of this weekend’s United Women’s Soccer regional playoffs, Gabrielle Wilson was running laps around the track at Buffalo State’s Coyer Field.

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Smethport, Pennsylvania’s Steve Dixon was victorious in the RUSH Late Model “The Ones That Left Us to Early 30” Friday at Ransomville Speedway as VanDeMark Chemical presented the racing program. Mat Williamson from St. Catharines, Ontario took the Krown Undercoating Modifieds; Batavia’s Dant…

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“Super” Matt Sheppard from Waterloo won the 36th running of the Summer Nationals for the Big-Block Modified Super DIRTcar Series on Tuesday night at Ransomville Speedway.

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Fireworks in the sky and tremendous racing on the track had fans on the edge of their seats Friday night at Ransomville Speedway as Hy-Tech Concrete, Hebeler Sales & Service, uBreakiFix and Beyer Boys Trucking presented the racing action to kick off Independence Day weekend.

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For the third time in 2021, Ransomville Speedway was forced to pull the plug on its scheduled racing program Friday night due to weather.

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Burt native John Beilein and Niagara Falls' Ron Moscati are among the 12-member Class of 2021 to be announced by the Greater Buffalo Sports Hall of Fame today in Buffalo.

The first annual Niagara County Scratch Golf Championship will be held at 1 p.m. Sunday at Lockport Town & Country Club.

Brockport's James Sweeting picked up his first Krown Undercoating Modified feature of the 2021 season as Bailey Brothers Landscaping, Scott Perry Auctions, 87 Buf and Triple T Towing presented the racing action Friday night at Ransomville Speedway.

The Toronto Blue Jays are opening Sahlen Field to full capacity, consistent with New York State Department of Health guidelines announced last Tuesday, effective immediately.

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Third-generation Ransomville driver Erick Rudolph has been dominant at his home track so far this season.

CHICAGO — Dallas Keuchel pitched six effective innings, Yasmani Grandal homered and the Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 5-2 on Thursday night.

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After a tougher day for the Thunderwolves in Round 2, Thursday's performance saw NCCC remain steadfast. The Thunderwolves stayed right they were entering the day, as they closed Day 3 of the NJCAA Division III men's golf championships at 5th overall with a team score of 983.

CHICAGO — The Chicago White Sox were rolling along with Lance Lynn delivering another dominant start. Once he left the game, things turned around in a big way.

After a promising start in Round 1 of the NJCAA Division III men’s golf championships, Wednesday had a tougher showing for the Thunderwolves. Round 2 of the championship tournament at Chautauqua Golf Course saw NCCC fall to 5th place in the event, dropping one spot below its pace from Tuesday.

CHICAGO — Andrew Vaughn homered in the seventh inning and delivered a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the eighth, helping the Chicago White Sox beat the Toronto Blue Jays 6-1 on Tuesday night.

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Despite the rain delay, NCCC men's golf is off to a good start, placing 4th in the total team standing after the first round of the NJCAA Division III National Championship Tuesday at Chautauqua Golf Course. Trailing only Minnesota State Tech (301), Georgia Military College (303) and Sandhil…

BUFFALO — Jose Altuve led off the game with a home run, rookie Luis Garcia earned his fifth straight win and the Houston Astros beat Toronto 6-3 Sunday, finishing the Blue Jays' first homestand of the season in Buffalo.

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