On Friday, 10/7 Gianna Barberio, Marissa Sealander and Tavian Bell traveled to the Miller Tennis Center to represent Cheektowaga Central at Tennis ECIC's. Gianna won a game against her opponent, and despite not feeling well, kept the match exciting with many rallies. Marissa and Tavian drew the top seed in the tournament, Clarence. They never gave up and dished out a few winners to impress their opponents. Please congratulate the girls on a great season!The Cheektowaga Boys Varsity Volleyball team defeated the Maryvale Flyers on October 7th in 3 sets. The game scores were: 25-18, 25-14, 25-18. Bruk Terrell (6), Daniel Richardson (6), Adam Tran (5) & Nick Baczkiewicz (10) were the offensive team leaders with a team total of 30 kills. Eli Banach led the team defensively, carrying them with solid serve receive and 10 digs. CJ Kibby & Adam Tran ran the offense with 22 assists. The Warriors had a total of 35 digs, 12 aces & 6 blocks! Brennan Pham, Claudio Pipolo, Dan Tran, Jack Schihl, & Jahleel Wallace assisted in leading the team to victory.
Posted 10/5/22The Lady Warriors Varsity Tennis team traveled to Iroquois for a doubleheader on Tuesday afternoon. The girls worked hard, never giving up against a tough opponent. Gianna Barberio stepped up as she has all season in the 1st singles spot. Rebecca Rappold fought through an injury to complete her match. Marissa Sealander has continued to make each match exciting. She won several games in both of her sets. Playing together for the first time as a doubles duo, the Vance sisters had too many smashes to count, making their opponents run all over the court. And De'Maria Miles and Elise Alviles won 6 games in their 2 sets. Gianna Barberio, Tavian Bell and Marissa Sealander will be representing Central in ECIC tournament play on Friday at Miller Tennis Center. Please wish the girls good luck!Posted 10/5/22The Cheektowaga Boys Varsity Volleyball team defeated Hutch Tech on October 4th in 3 sets. The game scores were: 25-23, 25-11,25-17. Bruk Terrell (9), Daniel Richardson (3), Jack Schihl (3) & Nick Baczkiewicz (11) were the offensive team leaders with a team total of 30 kills. Eli Banach led the team defensively, carrying them with solid serve receive and 7 digs. Alongside Eli, Dan Tran earned 5 digs and CJ Kibby earned 4 digs. CJ Kibby & Adam Tran ran the offense with 21 assists. The Warriors had a total of 29 digs, 9 aces & 4 blocks! The boys will be taking on their next competitor on Wednesday, October 5th for Senior Night in the Cheektowaga High School gym at 6:30."Posted 10/4/22The Lady Warriors Tennis team traveled to LakeShore to play a doubleheader on Friday night. The girls won both matches. Gianna Barberio, Rebecca Rappold, Marissa Sealander, and the doubles team of Miracle Vance and Tavian Bell all won their matches. The girls travel to Iroquois on Tuesday for a double header.Posted 10/4/22Your Cheektowaga Central JV Warriors defeated Depew Wildcats on Saturday with a score of 32-14 to improve their record to 4-1 on the season. The game started off with a big play from Adrian Bailey returning the opening kick 40 yards, setting up a Jahzier Parson to Dimond Wakefield 15 yards touchdown pass. Jahzier connected with Cruz Lucas for a 10 yard catch and Seville Lucas had a day running the ball with over 100 yards rushing and 2 touchdowns. Kristian Ortiz had one of his best games as a Warrior. He had the first rushing touchdown of his career. Ortiz also had a great game on defense with an interception and a huge forced fumble that stopped the Depew Wildcats long offensive drive. Joey Sapio led the defense with 2 sacks and a lot of quarterback pressure. Casey "toe drag swag" Horbach had the play of the game with a highlight reel catch on 4th down that kept the Warriors offense on the field. The JV Warriors will look to keep the winning streak alive by taking on the JV Albion Purple Eagles this Saturday at Albion at 10am.Posted 10/4/22It was an exciting match for the Lady Warriors Tennis team against Maryvale on Thursday night. The match came down to tiebreakers in both of the doubles matches. The 1st doubles team of Miracle Vance and De'Maria Miles rallied back after losing their first set in a tiebreaker 7-6, to win the next set in another tiebreaker 7-6. Unfortunately, it came down to another tiebreaker in the final set and, despite giving it their all, they fell 7-6 in that tiebreaker. At 2nd doubles, making her debut, Annette Jones and Rheagan Vance fought back after losing their first set 6-3 to win their second set 6-1. The tiebreaker came down to a one-point decision. Gianna Barberio won both of her sets 6-1 and 6-1. The girls play East Aurora at home in a doubleheader on Monday.Posted 9/28/22The Varsity soccer team lost to Iroquois last night 8-3. The Warriors came out passing the ball in the second half, which resulted in some pretty goals. Stephen Haven led the way with 2 of the 3 goals, giving him 9 for the season. Mohammed Saadi scored off a corner kick, finding the upper right corner. Sergio Ordonez had 2 assists while Brennan Pham had 1. Haydon Rote and Cole McFarland played good games.
Posted 9/26/22Your Cheektowaga JV warriors defeated Clymer Sherman Panama on Saturday 32-27 to improve their record to 3-1 on the season. Cruz Lucas secured the victory for the warriors with Interception with 17 seconds left on the clock. Cruz also had another interception that helped his brother Seville Lucas score a 2 yard touchdown run. Seville also had a 65 yard kickoff return for a touchdown and an 80 yard run for a touchdown. Dimond Wakefield had 2 touchdown receptions. One of his touchdown receptions was a 90 yard catch that ended the first half of the game. Jahzier Parsons led the Warriors passing offense with 160 yards passing and 2 touchdowns. He also ran in for the huge 2 point conversion. On defense, Michael Coleman and Casey Horbach had huge sacks that stopped the Clymer Sherman Panama offense. Your Cheektowaga JV warriors take on the Depew Wildcats on Saturday October 1 10:00 a.m. Please come out and support your JV warriors.
It was an exciting tennis match that came down to the final set in a tough loss to the Maryvale Flyers on Thursday afternoon 3-2. The team was led by the 1st doubles duo Tavian Bell and Miracle Vance winning both sets 6-0, 6-3. 2nd doubles team, De'Maria Miles and Rheagan Vance, had a great match as well, winning both sets 6-0, 6-1. Marissa Sealander battled back after losing her first set 6-0, to win 4 games in her next set. The match came down to an exciting finish as Senior Rebecca Rappold forced the tie breaker, keeping her opponent running all over the court. Unfortunately, her opponent then battled back to win the set 7-5, but Rebecca played her heart out to the finish. The girls are set to play at home this week on Monday and Thursday.
The Varsity Boys lost a tough 2-0 battle to rival Maryvale last night at home. Maryvale is ranked in the top 10 and the Warriors played well but could not crack the Flyers defense. The team as a whole put in an outstanding effort. The JV team was also shutout 3-0.
Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Volleyball team in their victory over the Newfane Panthers yesterday. Jada Whitt and Phoenix Trueheart attacked the net for the warriors, while Dina Gholami served the Panthers off the court!! Let’s get ready to continue that Warrior Spirit and come cheer on the Lady Warriors as they host the Iroquois Chiefs tonight at 6:30! We can use all of the loud cheers and enthusiasm as we battle for the top of the division!!!
We will see you all tonight at 6:30, right here at Cheektowaga !
Posted 9/20/22The Cheektowaga Boys Varsity Volleyball team defeated the Maryvale Flyers last night in 3 sets. The game scores were: 25-9, 25-16, 25-22. Bruk Terrell, Adam Tran, Daniel Richardson, Stephen Haven & Nick Baczkiewicz lead the team offensively with a total of 19 kills. Eli Banach leads the team defensively, carrying them with solid serve, receiving and digs. CJ Kibby & Adam Tran ran the offense with 25 assists. The Warriors had a total of 19 aces. The boys will be taking on their next competitor on Thursday, September 22nd at Hutch Tech.
Posted 9/20/22The Cheektowaga Central JV Warriors Defeated Cassadaga/Falconer 34-6 to improve to 2-1 on the season. Seville Lucas took the opening kickoff 74 yards for a touchdown. From that point on, the warriors never lost the lead. Jahzier Parson threw for a touchdown and also ran for a touchdown. The offensive line as a group didn't allow the quarterbacks to get sacked and stay clean the whole game. Dimond Wakefield had a 60 yard interception returned for a touchdown and he also had a receiving touchdown. Kristin Ortiz and Joey Sapio led the warriors' defense with tackles and forced fumbles. Casey Horbach was the player of the game because he had 3.5 sacks, an interception, and also caused a fumble. Please come support your JV football team on Saturday September 24 at 10:00 am versus CSP.Posted 9/20/22The Lady Warriors Varsity Tennis Team traveled to Tonawanda on Thursday night and won their match 5-0. The team was led with wins by Gianna Barberio, Rebecca Rappold and Tavian Bell at singles, Miracle Vance and Marissa Sealander at first doubles and De'Maria Miles and Rheagan Vance, who made her debut at second doubles. The team plays City Honors Friday.
Congratulations to the Varsity Girls Volleyball team on their victory over the Pioneer Panthers last night! It was a tough match but the lady warriors battled through for a win!’ Leci Alvira finished it off for the warriors with 14 straight serving points, while Dina Gholami and Lily Banach added solid defense! Attacking gif the warriors were Ava Derenda and Theresa Gaczewski, making sure the Panthers couldn’t catch up!! This victory now makes the Warriors 3-1 in their division ! Way to go!!
Posted 9/13/22Once again, the Lady Warriors Varsity Volleyball team owns Union Rd!! The lady warriors swept the flyers in 3 straight sets, keeping their winning streak alive! Myelle Bronough led the warriors with 8 kills, while Leci Alvira and Nghi Le served the flyers off the court! Great defense added to the victory by Dina Gholami and Lily Banach. Thank you to all of our fans who came down the road to support us! Come back next week!!!
The Varsity football team won on Friday by a score of 45-7 vs LewPort HS. The team was led by Matt Barr who threw for 133 yards and 2 touchdowns, both of which were thrown to Dmell Poston. Camren Warburton also had a career day with 260 yards rushing and 5 touchdowns. The defense stepped up big by holding LewPort to only 7 points with Lavelle Gamblin and Jermaine Parsons leading the team in tackles. The Warriors play at home on Friday 7pm vs Falconer.
The Lady Warriors Tennis Team defeated West Seneca East on Friday 3-2. Marissa Sealander won both sets 6-0, 6-0. Tavian Bell and De'Maria Miles won both sets 6-4 and 6-2. Gianna Barberio and Rebecca Rappold played excellent matches as well. The girls play Iroquois on Monday and then City Honors on Friday at home this week.Posted 9/9/2022Congratulations to the Girls Varsity Volleyball Team on their first league victory over the East Aurora Blue Devils last night. It was a great team effort from attacking at the net, to serving the Blue Devils off the court. This makes their current league record 1-1, and will host their annual tournament this coming Saturday. Thank you to all who came out to support- we can't wait to see you next week!Posted 9/7/22The Cheektowaga Boys Varsity Volleyball team defeated the Iroquois Chiefs last night in 3 sets. The game scores were: 25-19, 25-21, 25-21 Bruk Terrell, Adam Tran, & Nick Baczkiewicz lead the team offensively with 6 kills each. Eli Banach leads the team defensively with 6 digs. CJ Kibby ran the offense with 11 assists. The Warriors had a total of 16 aces & 4 blocks. The boys will be taking on their next competitor on Thursday, September 8th at East Aurora.
Posted 9/6/22The Varsity soccer team started the year with a scrimmage win over Tonawanda. Everyone got in the game and did a super job. Last Friday and Saturday, the Warriors played at the Frontier tournament and dropped 2 close games, 4-1 to Fredonia and 2-1 to CSTAT. Stephen Haven and Mohammed Saadi were the goal scorers, while Kenet Villalobos-Rubio and Mohammed Saadi earned assists. Divin Bayubahe and Stephen Haven were selected to the All Tournament Team.The Warriors will travel to Lakeshore today for their first ECIC game. If you are in grades 9-11 the JV team is still looking for 4 more players. Not too late to come out and score a goal. Practice times are 3:30 after school, meet in the cafeteria with the team or get in touch with Coach Haberl.