• Boys Varsity Soccer

    Boys Varsity Soccer

    The Varsity Boys soccer team gave Tonawanda all they can handle as they lost to the #3 ranked in in Western New York in Small schools by the score 2-1. The Warriors fell behind 2-0 before Sultan Ahmed scored on a penalty kick to come within one goal for his 9th goal of the season. Defensively the Warriors shut down Tonawanda limiting the visiting Warriors to just 10 shots. The Warriors will head to Maryvale on Wednesday during homecoming week to take on the Flyers. Come out and cheer the Warriors on in a big division 3 game.

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  • Boys Varsity Soccer

    Boys Varsity Soccer

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team defeated Pioneer last night 6-1. The Warriors scored 5 goals in the first 20 minutes led by captain Chris Bevans 3 goals and Jordan Banachs 2 goals and 1 assist. Sultan Ahmed tallied the last goal while Roland N'Sapu had 2 assists. Great defense by Omar Al-Naji, Alex Sparbel, Christian Germann and Tyler Sparbel.

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  • Boys Varsity Soccer

    Boys Varsity Soccer

    The Varsity Boys soccer team dropped a uninspired 4-2 game vs Depew on Friday. The Warriors went down 3-0 before Sultan Ahmed scored before half to make it 3-1. Tyler Andrzwejewski played solid in goal making 11 saves. Sophomore Jordan Banach was taken down late in the 2nd half to award Cheektowaga a penalty kick which Sultan notched his 2nd goal of the game. Chris Bevan, Omar Al-Naji, and Alex Sparbel played well for the Warriors. The Warriors will take on Pioneer today.

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  • Boys JV Soccer

    Boys JV Soccer

    The JV boys’ soccer team defeated the Depew Wildcats on Friday by a score of 4-1. The Warriors scored early and controlled the majority of the game. Freshman Adam Abo continued his scoring streak by recording a hat trick, while sophomore Markell Henley netted another. 8th grader Mohammed Saadi tallied two assists while freshman Amir Numan-Ali also played the role of provider for Abo’s third goal. Captains Stephen Haven and Tyler Sparbel anchored the defense limiting the number of scoring opportunities for Depew. With the win the JV Warriors improved to 2-4 overall on the season.

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  • Boys Varsity Volleyball

    Boys Varsity Volleyball

    Boys volleyball win against Holland 25-12, 25-17, 25-9

    Quincy Myles leading the team with 6 aces
    Malachi Jackson recording 8 kills
    Setter Austin Chandler with 4 aces from the service line

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