• Modified Football

    Your Cheektowaga Modified Warriors improved their record to 6-0 on the season with a hard fought victory over Iroquois, 20-18. Cam Warburton had 29 carries for 121 yards and 2 Touchdowns and CJ Krzanowicz had 6 carries for 105 yards and 1 touchdown. On the defensive side of the ball, Bradley Scott had a 6 tackles and 2 sacks and Jonathan Williams had 5 tackles and TWO HUGE blocked extra points to secure the victory for the Warriors.

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  • Boys Varsity Soccer

    The Varsity boys soccer team ended their season last night with a 1-0 loss in overtime to Pioneer. Congratulations to all the boys for a great season. Who would of thought we would of come this far after a 6-0 loss in the first game of the season to Pioneer. Each player looked adversity in the face this season and became a better teammate and a better person. When sometimes a sports team looks at a successful season as just wins and losses, sometimes when you reflect as a coach you find out that the real win was coaching these boys how to believe in each other! Coach Haberl talks about taking in moments that you cannot take back if missed, Warriors thank you for that moment at the end of the Pioneer game last night. I (Coach Haberl) will treasure that moment seeing my team sharing hugs and shedding tears for each other for the rest of my life.

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  • Boys Varsity Soccer

    The Varsity Boys soccer team did not wait long to get the lead over West Seneca East in yesterdays play-in sectional game with Erik Muscareil scoring just 8 minutes into the game with a great pass from Art Jordan. The Warriors never looked back as Muscareil finished the game off with 2 goals and 2 assists. Sultan Ahmed had a goal and assist, with Chris Bevan and Aakar Htut finishing out the Warrior goals. Ryan Moretta earned his 4th shutout of the season with a great defense in front of him. Nick Cybulski, Christian Germann, and Zach Karp each had valuable playing time for the Warriors. The Warriors will head to Pioneer on Wednesday to try to avenge their 3-2 overtime loss last Friday in the Quarter final round.

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  • JV Football

    The JV Football Warriors finished the regular season with a 6-1 record after defeating Maryvale 26-6 last Thursday evening. Jayden DuBard and Imani Reed combined for 227 rushing yards and 4 touchdowns to lead the offense. Isaiah Wilson led the defensive charge with multiple tackles and sacks, among other big plays and hits. The boys are on the road in week 8 at an opponent yet to be determined, so stay tuned for more details on when and where the boys close out their season.

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  • Boys Varsity Soccer

    The Boys Varsity Soccer team lost a hard fought 3-2 in overtime game vs Pioneer on Friday. After spotting Pioneer a 2 goal lead in the first half the Warriors fought back with the next 2 goals in the 2nd half by Art Jordan and Erik Muscareil. In the 2nd overtime the Panthers booted a ball past Moretta for the game winner. Chris Bevan and Sultan Ahmed earned the assists on each goal while Alec Zimmerman, Seth Fonda, and Jack Kreuzer all played strong games.

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