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St. Francis (AA) - Manhattan Cup Semifinalist - 8-8, 8. His personal record includes 39 kills in 20vs20, 50 kills in squad and 22 kills in solo. Daequans Twitch has 2.3+ million followers and more than 24 million video views. Lew-Port (A2) - The Lancers are hopeful for Roddy Gayle's return to the lineup and will look to end a three-game skid this week with league games against Grand Island and Ken East, before taking on St. Joe's on Saturday in the Centercourt Classic at Williamsville North. | NCAA Tournament: And Class C, which also has ties, but only 21 teams. They visit Southwestern and host Dunkirk this week, ahead of a big rematch with Randolph, where they'll try to raise their record to 9-1 while raising money for Cystic Fibrosis. Niagara Wheatfield (A1) - The Falcons improved to 5-0 in the NFL by shooting the lights out at Lockport, getting six 3-pointers apiece from TJ Robinson & Xander Fletcher. Defeating Albany Academy makes them the area's number one team until someone knocks them off. I'm thinking BASCS is in big trouble on Saturday. The Red Raiders will take the week to rest up. Health Sciences debuts in the 2020 state rankings higher than they've ever been ranked in just its second year competing as a Class A school. Comments (2).

Jumping back into the win column looks to be a daunting task this week with Canisius, St. Joes, and Bishop Ludden all waiting for them. Health Sciences (A2) - The Falcons marched past West Seneca East on the final day of February to reach the Class A2 Semifinals, where they'll take on South Park at 7:45 pm on Thursday.

Comments (0). 9. - Not much separates the two best Class C teams from our area. Paul Laurence Dunbar in Dayton, Ohio, Draft: Orchard Park (AA) - Still unblemished at 9-0 after picking up wins over Frontier & Williamsville North last week and a three-game grind over five days is ahead, including two games against Top 10 large schools. Initially, no fans were allowed, which was amended to a pair of family members per player for the last few weeks. Posted at 05:02 PM in Bennett, Canisius, Cardinal O'Hara, Clarence, Clymer, Depew, East, East Aurora, Jamestown, Lockport, McKinley, Medina, Niagara Falls, Olean, Park, St. Francis, St. Joe's, Tapestry Charter, Timon/St. Of all the public schools in Section VI Class B, the Gators have looked like the best one to me, with just the right blend of everything. Cardinal O'Hara (B) - A third meeting with Nichols awaits the Hawks this Saturday night, for the right to return to the final where they won last season. Then on Thursday night they travel to Frontier, before an ambitious week ends with South Park visiting on Friday evening. Jude, Westfield, Williamsville East | Permalink 5. Tapestry (C1) - The Thunderhawks gotta be climbing the walls by now since they haven't played since December 7th. Fredonia is at Dunkirk on Monday and hosts Chautauqua Lake Thursday night. The Falcons lost handily in that first game.

Dec 5, Florida State (6-3) Win vs. Charleston Southern, 76-51, 10. However, the state championship game was too close for comfortthat is until late in the fourth quarter when Jonezy went Jonezy, again, and took the game over. Mar 18 (Neutral), Florida State (25-10) Loss vs. Cincinnati, 56-62. After Tapestry lost its only game last week at Randolph by 19 points, they fellyou guessed itone spot in NYS Class C from #10 to #11. 9. In the semifinal at Buff State, the Falcons came out soaring and built a 19-point lead by halftime against Hutch-Tech. 10. Last week, it was unclear if the Far West Region would even send a team to Glens Falls in Class AA because there were no teams from that region even represented in the Top 25. Amherst (A2) - Took Williamsville South down in a rout on Wednesday night and then needed overtime on Friday against West Seneca East to win their sixth in a row and stay unbeaten in ECIC II. 6. Then on Thursday night, Bishop Kearney visits. 6. Health Sciences (A2) - Awaiting the winner of West Seneca East/Lake Shore to begin postseason play in the Class A2 quarterfinals. They host Niagara Wheatfield on Monday and visit Iroquois on Friday night. Allegany-Limestone (B2) - In a 12-point victory, the Gators improved to 3-0 and handed Salamanca its first loss of the season. - Chautauqua Lake slides into CCAA II West after a year in CCAA I East (now CCAA Central). 2. The family-like atmosphere surrounding Niagara Wheatfield Basketball was never more apparent than the night when the JV team won a thriller at the buzzer, only to be greeted by the entire varsity team who rushed the court in excitement to celebrate with them. St. Joe's (A) - Greg Poland's return for the Marauders was an exciting one, as the big man scored the game-winning bucket with one second left at NYS Class A #12 Jamesville-DeWitt on Saturday. I told Ty Parker in early December that I thought this was the best Health team I'd ever seen. Comments (15). Allegany-Limestone (B2) - The Gators took a swing at Timon and lost by 23, but came back with a nine-point win over Wellsville two nights later. Comments (1). In addition to defeating traditional ACC powers North Carolina and Duke in both the regular season and the ACC Tournament, the Seminoles won their first ACC championship in program history. 7. 2. They'll need to win at St. Francis on Tuesday night to keep the party going.

3. 9. After completing Niagara Frontier League play undefeated and winning the championship game over the Lancers for their fifth consecutive victory to improve to 16-4 on the season, the Wolverines drop from #26 to #27 in NYS Class AA. Orchard Park (AA) -Improved to 4-0 on the season with a 45-point win over West Seneca West, heading into a big week in ECIC I with Lancaster, Clarence, & Hamburg on the schedule.

Posted at 11:44 AM in Allegany-Limestone, Amherst, Bennett, Canisius, Cardinal O'Hara, Fredonia, Health Sciences, Jamestown, Lancaster, Middle College, Newfane, Niagara Falls, Olean, Orchard Park, Park, Randolph, St. Joe's, Tapestry Charter, Timon/St. So for teams that have yet to bust into the rankings, be patient. Kegs was so good coming off the bench to boost the Canisius lineup that head coach Kyle Husband couldn't keep him out of the starting lineup at season's end when the Crusaders were securing another Manhattan Cup. That road ahead would turn out to be fantastic. Apparently all small potatoes in the grand scheme of things, as the rankings see Victor heading past both of them on the way to states this year. 5. | The Chiefs were my preseason pick, but haven't even been a ranked small school for most of the season. 10. Hamburg (A1) - Split a pair of games in Long Island over the weekend heading into the Hamburg Lions Club Tournament, where they will face Frontier in round one. It's also available for football, hockey and baseball. Below are the WNY teams that made the cut: - The winner of Section VI Class AA is pegged to win the Far West Regional and advance to Glens Falls. Comments (6), - A League-by-League look at returning All-League selections, (MMA, Yale Cup, ECIC, NFL, N-O, CCAA, & Charters). Posted at 01:12 PM in Allegany-Limestone, Amherst, Bennett, Canisius, Cardinal O'Hara, Fredonia, Health Sciences, Jamestown, Lancaster, Lew-Port, Maritime Charter, Middle College, Niagara Falls, Olean, Orchard Park, Park, Randolph, St. Joe's, Tapestry Charter, Timon/St. Hold upKevin Thompson is only a sophomore as well AND this Leo Camilloni (a junior) can shoot the '3'? Then on Saturday night, it's #2 vs. #3 in NYS Class A and #1 vs. #2 in the Buffalo News large school poll, as Canisius battles undefeated Health Sciences at Williamsville North in the Centercourt Classic. 6. Newfane (B2) - Section VI Class B2 Finalists - 16-7, 10. That night I attended a different playoff game in the city, but was so fascinated by the NT at Hamburg game that I powered my phone off for the ride home and stayed away from Twitter for the evening -- so I could watch the game on Youtube from start to finish without knowing the result prior. Tapestry (B2) - Section VI Class B2 Finalists - 14-9, 9. Lockport (AA) - Since getting waxed at home by Will East to start the season, the Lions only losses have come to Niagara Falls, and the rematch was much closer than the first contest. The Park team I've watched the past couple seasons and in a few games this year isn't hyper-physical on defense. 2. After beating Health & Nichols, Tapestry has shown they can run with Park & Falls. Olean (B1) - The Huskies quietly enter the postseason with a 14-6 record after finishing third in CCAA I West. | | They are the only two-loss team in the now expanded-to-20-teams Class D rankings. 2. Tapestry (B2) - Defeated Cardinal OHara right before Christmas, giving them a 2-0 record against Top 10 small schools. At the MLK Classic on Saturday afternoon, Middle College faces Nichols. Fredonia (B2) - Moved into sole possession of 2nd place in CCAA I West after a strong finish against Olean in a win that saw Tyler Putney can eight 3-pointers and score 30 points. Canisius (A) - These guys won their last two games by 42 and 32 pointsover Lew-Port & Bishop Kearney. Canisius (A) - Without Declan Ryan in the lineup, the Crusaders still took a late lead at Timon in the Manhattan Cup semifinals, before seeing their season come to an end. Fredonia (B2) - It's tough to beat a team three times in a season and Fredonia is a tough team already without any clever cliches. - Panama gets one game closer to heartbreak. The Seminoles received an automatic bid to the 2012 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament where they defeated St. Bonaventure in the first round before falling to Cincinnati in the second round. St. Joe's (A) - Manhattan Cup Finalists - 20-6, 5. 1. I looked Salamanca's way after they knocked off Ellicottville, but comparing them to St. Mary's still had me leaning towards the Lancers. Newfane (B2) - Section VI Class B2 Finalist - 12-4, 10. They host East and Bennett this week. 2. Passionate, animated, emotional, and approachable, OBryan is the perfect mix of professional and fun. :). Question, Comment, Feedback, or Correction? Niagara Wheatfield (A1) - After earning a pair of Niagara Frontier League wins last week over North Tonawanda and Kenmore East, the Falcons will look to make it five straight victories and three straight in league when they cross over the Grand Island Bridge on Tuesday. Nov 14, Florida State (2-0) Win vs. Central Florida, 73-50, 3. Player stats broken down into various categories; i.e. Twitter: Middle College (C1) - Overall Section VI Class C Champions - 18-6, 3. Olean (B1) - The other unbeaten team in WNY, the 9-0 Huskies have now won 8 of those 9 games by double figures, with Fredonia & Southwestern the latest to fall victim. Good win mate. - The gap between Section V and Section VI is glaring. His consistent contributions on the court were a key reason the Bulldogs won championships in both Section VI Class A1 and in ECIC II. Class AA & Class B each have 25 teams ranked, while the other three classes only have 20 schools ranked. Salamanca (C) - Bounced back from the loss to Randolph by handing Allegany-Limestone a 22-point loss and then cruising past Depew by 28. They visit Frewsburg this week and then get a rematch with the only team to beat them this season - Salamanca. 8. However, a Covid pause ended its postseason opportunity - 9-3, Posted at 01:29 PM in Bennett, Canisius, Cardinal O'Hara, Cheektowaga, Clarence, Clymer, Ellicottville, Fredonia, Hamburg, Jamestown, Medina, Niagara Falls, North Tonawanda, Olean, Park, Southwestern, St. Francis, St. Joe's, Tapestry Charter, Timon/St. St. Joe's (A) - Monsignor Martin Association & Manhattan Cup Champions - 16-1, 2. 1. Nov 25 (Neutral), Florida State (5-1) Loss vs. Harvard, 41-46, 7. 8. Posted at 10:14 PM in Allegany-Limestone, Amherst, Canisius, Cardinal O'Hara, Fredonia, Health Sciences, Iroquois, Jamestown, Lew-Port, McKinley, Middle College, Niagara Falls, Olean, Park, Randolph, St. Joe's, St. Mary's, Tapestry Charter, Timon/St. The only losses for this team are to McKinley & East. 7. Clymer (D) - Two more wins this week for the now 12-0 Pirates came by an average margin of 28 points. They remain in a three-way tie for first place in the league with games coming up this week against Lake Shore & Tonawanda. Even his attitude after learning his season had ended, could not have displayed more positively. Randolph (C2) - The Cardinals advanced back to the semifinals at JCC, where a third win on the season over Salamanca on Tuesday is needed for a fourth consecutive title game appearance. 1. 3. Tapestry (C1) - The Thunderhawks have played all Southern Tier schools in their 2-1 start, with the lone loss coming to Jamestown and the wins coming convincingly over Dunkirk & Southwestern. Southwestern (B3) - Winners of four straight games heading into the postseason, including victories over Fredonia, Allegany-Limestone, & Salamanca. 7. Feb 26 @ Miami (FL), Florida State (19-9) Loss vs. Miami (FL), 62-78, 29. Ellicottville (C2) - CCAA II East & Section VI Class C2 Champions - 15-2, 8. 9. St. Joe's (A) - They never trailed in the second half and led by as many as 14 points in the Manhattan Cup championship game, ending the Cup drought on Kenmore Avenue and cutting the nets down on their way out. Williamsville East (A2) - Took the rematch with Hamburg in convincing fashion on Sunday morning, following a close loss there on Friday to remain in a tie for first place in ECIC II with the Bulldogs. Cardinal O'Hara (B) - Still the champs and looking to stay that way, these Hawks have improved throughout the season and are a win over Timon, who they split with in the regular season, from repeating. 8. Have mercy. The winner moves on to participate in the pre-quarterfinal round on Wednesday night, before 32 quarterfinal games between Friday night and Saturday afternoon decide which teams move on to Buffalo State and JCC for the semifinals. We have tools and resources that can help you use sports data. So Jamestown made it 7 of its last 8 by double figures with big wins on Thursday & Saturday. They destroyed a pair of opponents, who never saw it coming, in the state tournament. Lancaster (AA) -The postseason begins with a trip to Williamsville North on Saturday. Nichols (B) - Since knocking off Timon in overtime, the Vikings needed an extra session to win at O'Hara, before Health Sciences & St. Joe's came in and knocked them off last week. Jude, Williamsville East, Williamsville North | Permalink Orchard Park (AA) - I didn't even have these guys ranked in the preseason. Timon (B) -Lost their second MMA game of the season at Nichols in an instant classic. The Tigers have three more Yale Cup II games this week, looking to stay in first place. | 10. Allegany-Limestone (B2) - The champions of CCAA I West finish the regular season on Wednesday against Wellsville before gearing up for a run at another Class B2 title. St. Joe's (A) - The Marauders finished the regular season with a 19-5 record and the #2 seed in the Manhattan Cup playoffs. It began by acknowledging how good Timon was, without belaboring Fletcher's absence. OBryan held his composure under a deep breath one last time as a final three-point attempt was too well defended to tie the game. | Just before Christmas at the Jolly Boys Showcase hosted by Amherst, Gary Johnson delivered one of the top highlights of the 2022 Season. It was a most fitting finale to the 2021 season for the Centercourt Coach of the Year! Well duh. Olean (B1) - Undefeated through their first six games of the season, the Huskies begin league play with a big one at Allegany-Limestone this week. Excitement the straw that stirs the drink at Tapestry for three seasons, 16.8 PPG / 4.0 APG / 2.0 SPG / 72 Made 3-pointers - as a junior, 15.9 PPG / 8.0 RPG / 2.0 BPG / 1.8 APG / 1.1 SPG - as a junior, 14.6 PPG / 7.2 RPG / 1.7 APG / 1.4 SPG / 0.8 BPG - as a junior, 14.3 PPG / 4.5 APG / 4.3 RPG / 1.0 SPG - as a junior, 11.8 PPG / 1.9 RPG / 1.8 APG / 1.0 SPG - as a junior, 11.0 PPG / 5.0 RPG / 0.9 SPG / 0.7 BPG - as a junior, 21.0 PPG / 4.3 RPG / 2.4 APG / 2.0 SPG - as a sophomore, 20.6 PPG / 2.3 RPG / 1.8 SPG / 1.6 APG - as a sophomore, Max Schneider - Williamsville East, Junior, 16.5 PPG / 7.0 APG / 3.1 SPG / 2.3 RPG - as a sophomore, 16.3 PPG / 4.3 RPG / 2.8 APG / 2.8 SPG - as a sophomore, 14.3 PPG / 10.0 RPG / 2.9 BPG / 1.6 APG / 1.4 SPG - as a sophomore, 12.9 PPG / 3.8 RPG / 1.8 APG / 0.7 SPG - as a sophomore, 10.7 PPG / 4.0 APG / 2.9 RPG / 1.4 SPG - as a sophomore, 17.5 PPG / 3.9 APG / 3.4 RPG / 1.5 SPG - as a freshman, 9.0 PPG / 5.7 RPG / 1.1 APG / 1.0 SPG - as a freshman, Malik Jemison (Canisius), Hugh Purks (Nichols), Jesse Adamu (Nichols), Amiel Collins (St. Francis), Jaden washington (Cardinal O'Hara), Jaiden Green (East), Anthony Smith (Middle College), Bush Rieang (McKinley), Koran Askia (McKinley), Chris Coleman (South Park), Mykell Hepburn (South Park), Damario James (Bennett), Jarold Skillon (Bennett), Jamai Jackson (Ken West), Martin Espinal (Hutch-Tech), Jaylen Hearon (Maritime), Davon Scott (Bennett), Elijah Rojas (Jamestown), Simeon Leeper (Jamestown), Faybion Prather (Niagara Falls), Arien Robinson (Niagara Falls), Caleb Tillman (Niagara Falls), Conor Foley (Frontier), Jackson Jerebko (Lancaster), Dexter Brooks (Starpoint), Sam Walters (Starpoint), Christian Pagano (Depew), Nevada Eldridge (Cheektowaga), Austin Boies (Springville), Jeff Koch (Amherst), Andrew Dockery (Maryvale), Ian Moog (East Aurora), Colin Herzog (Lake Shore), Keith White (Lake Shore), Jason Brooks (Olean), Deuce Capen (Newfane), Sam Capen (Newfane), Adam Mietz (Akron), Javier West (Forestville), Caleb Hutchins (Park), Desmond Davis (Park), Logan Sionko (Grand Island), Jarod White (Salamanca), Lief Jimerson (Ellicottville), Clayton Rowland (Ellicottville), Logan Frank (Franklinville), John Swabik (Sherman), Wally Wisniewski (North Tonawanda), Seth Joba (Orchard Park).