• Girls Varsity Basketball

    Girls Varsity Basketball

    The Girl’s Varsity Basketball team completed their season yesterday with a road win vs the Pioneer Panthers 64-32. Ranya Rumph had a monster game dropping 27 points and came close to having a quadruple double with 20 boards, 8 assists and 7 steals. Sara Domanowski added 13 points while Jay Moore n Alisiana Muscoreil combined for 21 in the win. Ranya goes for her 1000th rebound at home Tuesday in their playoff game.

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  • Girls Bowling

    Girls Bowling

    Congratulations to the varsity girls bowling team of Emma Rome, Emily Crone, Sarah Hencinski, Paige Onisk, Krista Hoctor and Caitlin Kirst as they won the Section 6 Division 2 title as well as the Class C title and they now advance to the State finals in Syracuse New York. The girls took the lead in game 2 and held off Pioneer and Maryvale over the final four games to secure the first ever trip to states for any Cheektowaga bowling team. Congratulations girls!!

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  • Boys JV Basketball

    Boys JV Basketball

    The Boys JV basketball team extended their record last night to 12-6 on the season. The Warriors were lead by Jaylen Williams with 22 points, Jesse Hawkins, Markell Henley and Keonte Brown each had 9 points and Cameron Chandler pitched in with 4 points. The Warriors end their season this Friday at home.

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  • Boys Varsity Basketball

    Boys Varsity Basketball

    The Warriors closed league play with a 61-45 victory over the Lake Shore Eagles. With the win, the Warriors locked up the number two seed for the upcoming sectional playoffs. They will host a quarterfinal game on February 23rd @7pm. The win last night was triggered by a solid defensive effort all night and a balance attack on the offensive end. Pine Hill's own Tyreek Gibson was the catalyst behind the Warriors run that sealed the win. Reek hit 2 threes and finished with 8 points and helped to stretch the defense and open things up. Senior co-captain Alek Bryant led the scoring with 17, co-captain Rudy Bragg had 14, Davon Downtown Brown had 8 points and 8 boards while Jason Saloman also had 8 points. Warriors finish with a 9-3 league record and finish the regular season up on Friday night hosting Williamsville North for Senior Night. Come out and support your fellow classmates and honor all their hard work. JV tips @5pm and Varsity @6:30 with Senior Night festivities to take place in between games at approximately 6:15. Get there early and make some noise for your Warriors!

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  • Unified Bowling

    Unified Bowling

    Unified Bowling with the win over Olmstead 5-4. Amy Zelasko and Luke Mortellaro won the first every "Hard Hat" Award. This award will be given out every match and game to a member or teammates who bring their best that game. Athletes who show great sportsmanship, leadership, and demonstrate true Warrior characteristics.

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