• Boys Varsity Basketball

    Boys Varsity Basketball

    The Varsity Warriors couldn't match the effort and intensity of the Depew Wildcats and lost a big league game last night at home 65-61. Costly mental mistakes proved to be too much for the Warriors to overcome and Depew just wanted it more and proved it when it mattered most. Next up the Warriors travel to South Park on Wednesday night to take on the defending Sectional champs, tip-off is 5:30pm.

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  • Boys JV Basketball

    Boys JV Basketball

    Another great effort by the JV Warriors provided a comfortable 64-40 win against Depew. Markell Henley led the way with 18 points while Cam Chandler chipped in 9, Tariq Clark 8 while Eric Bailey and Naim Wood both had 6 to help the Warriors to victory. A balanced team attack on both ends help the Warriors get their 10th win of the season. Next up, the boys take on South Park Wednesday at 4pm.

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  • Boys Varsity Basketball

    Boys Varsity Basketball

    The varsity Warriors used a strong second half defensive effort to pull away from Springville in a non-league tilt and won 65-50. The Warriors were led by senior Armondez Cleague who was all over the court and the stat sheet. Cleague had 31 points, 8 rebounds, and 6 steals. Jaylen Williams added 10 points, Jason Saloman 8, Derek Frank 6, Nevada Eldridge 5, Keonte Brown 3 and KeShone Beal
    2. Jabari McDonald and Derek Frank played hard nose defense to lead the Warrior attack and Omar Al-Naji had a late steal that help seal the win for the Warriors. Next up, the Warriors host Depew in a big league match up Thursday at home, as the Warriors look to avenge an early season loss
    to the Wildcats, tip-off is @6:30, come out and support YOUR Warriors and show your WARRIOR PRIDE!!!!

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  • Boys JV Basketball

    Boys JV Basketball

    Your JV Warriors held off a stingy Springville team 59-51 in non-league action Tuesday night. A balanced attack was the key as Tariq Clark, Markell Henley, Cam Chandler & Eric Bailey all had 10 points each while Naim Wood chipped in 6, Trey Slaughter 5, Gary Jones 4 and Kydale Staten had 2. Next up, the Warriors get back into league play with a home game Thursday night vs Depew, tip-off is at 5pm.

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  • Boys Bowling

    Boys Bowling

    The boys went toe to toe with the top team in the division but just came up short. The "A" team took 2 out of 3 points and were lead by Nathan Pocobello's set of 769, the second highest in WNY this year. He bowled games of 269, 266 and 234 to lead the way. Dominick Pulkownik added a 223, Jeoff Gioia a 203 and Evan Lenhard chipped in with a 192. The "B" team was lead by Keshone Beal's 178. Steve Fuzer added a 173, Jihad Butler a 150, Ryan Razz a 147 and Aaron Pruchnowski a 120 for the boys who host Depew next Wednesday at Airport.

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