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February 8, 2018 RSS feed / Sports

EA girls hoops posts pair of big wins

East Aurora’s girls basketball team won with relative ease in two of its three most recent games, holding both Pioneer and Springville under 20 points each while moving to 9-0 on the season ECIC III action. More...

Chief keglers complete in inaugural Section VI Invite

Iroquois’ boys bowling team tied for second place with Rush-Henrietta to help successfully christen Saturday’s inaugural Section VI Invitational at Airport Lanes.  More...

HIGH SCHOOL SPORTS SCOREBOARD

East Aurora Boys basketball: lost to Springville 69-66 (OT), lost to Maryvale 68-39 Girls basketball: def. Springville 48-13, def. Cheektowaga 59-41, def. Pioneer 68-18 More...

Sports briefs

Buffalo Titans Basketball will hold tryouts for its spring travel teams — there are boys and girls teams, with no residency requirement, from 10U through 17U — on Sundays, Feb., 18 and 25, at Nichols and St. Mary’s for the Deaf. More...

LID girls hockey falls in the sectional semi

The Lancaster/Iroquois/Depew girls’ hockey team got an impressive win over Kenmore/ Grand Island in the quarterfinal round of the Section VI playoffs Thursday before falling to Frontier/Lake Shore/Orchard Park in the semifinal round. More...

Iroquois girls basketball suffers first loss in Lake Shore rematch

The bid for an undefeated season came to an end for Iroquois’ girls basketball team Jan. More...

Chief cagers struggle to find win column

Iroquois’ boys basketball team continued to search for a complete-game effort last week but ultimately was unable to secure one in any of its three opportunities, leaving the Chiefs to fall to 5-12 on the season after suffering setbacks to Chee More...