• Posted 3/9/23

    The Boys Varsity basketball team season ended in the Section VI Championship Game. The boys defeated East Aurora in the semi-finals 67-59 to advance to the championship game where they fell to a hot shooting LewPort team. All players contributed and played outstanding during their 2-game Buffalo State stint. Throughout the season, the team showed resiliency that culminated in a fun and rewarding postseason.

    We thank the seniors for guiding us through a memorable season. Go Warriors!

    Posted 2/17/23

    The boys' modified basketball team last night completed their journey of an undefeated season. The 59-23 win over rival Maryvale gave the warriors their 12th straight win on the year. Leading the way to victory Dallante Owens, who finished with 16 points on the night. J.J Shanklin also diced up Maryvale’s defense with 15 points of his own while also contributing 6 assists. Points came from up and down the lineup as the unselfish attitude of the team was on full display. Neftali Simao, Joey Gugino, Nico Nash, Isiah Carpenter, Jordan Graham and Rayell Spivey all chipped in offensively, while Wendel Hamner and Tony Beal chipped in with strong rebounding and stout defense. It was a bitter sweet night as 10 of 11 players were 8th graders, playing in their final modified game of their careers. Shout out to our Captains and two-year starters on the team, Nef, Jordan, Dallante and Ray, congrats on a memorable warrior modified basketball career.

    Thank you to all the students and faculty who came out to the game and made it an awesome night. Shout out to Leon Stone and Nick Taylor for helping the team out as well. 


    Posted 2/17/23

    The Girl's Modified Basketball team finished the season with an impressive win over the Maryvale Flyers 31-2. Brooklyn Evans had another impressive scoring showing with 14 points. Samiya Knighton and Amidat Eniola each had 2 points, Makeda Terrell scored 5 points, and Solay Singvonsay and Azariah Gigi each had 4 points. Way to finish out the season strong ladies with 4 straight wins. We can't wait to cheer you on next season. 

    Posted 2/16/23 

    Boys basketball closed out their season with a thrilling one point win vs Lake Shore. In the win, Daryl Montgomery had a new career high 29 points to go along with 7 rebounds. Justin Blue also reached double figures with 13 points and added 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 6 steals. Quality minutes were also contributed by Brian James and Zacaree Gigi. The team finished the regular season 10-10 and 7-5 in league play.

    The team opens the playoffs next week Thursday, right here at home for a 7pm start time. We need a packed house!

    Posted 2/15/23

    The Boys Modified basketball team picked up their 11th win  in a row, toppling Lackawanna a 59-24. J.J. Shanklin's 20 point effort coupled with 12 fourth quarter points from Tayvion Bass helped the Warriors close out the game and keep their win streak alive. Dallante Owens and Neftali Simiao were also key contributors in victory as they combined for 20 points and 20 steals in a dominate performance. 
    The Warriors will be looking to cap off an undefeated season on Thursday as rival Maryvale comes to play the boys at 5pm in the Middle school. It will be the last chance to cheer on the boys this season, so let's celebrate their success by packing the gym one more time.  Come cheer loudly, wear white for our white out and finally, be respectful. 

    Posted 2/13/23

    Congratulations to Erfan Noor and Jermaine Parsons for placing 6th at the D2 Sectional Championships on Saturday.  Erfan placed at 138 lbs. while Parsons was at 285 lbs.  Angelo Gonzalez also competed and wrested well to end the year.

    A reminder that the banquet is March 3rd at Ilio DiPaolo's at 6:00 pm.  Please get all money to Coach Hickson or Coach Haberl by the 17th of March.

    Posted 2/10/23

    The boys modified basketball team stayed undefeated and won their 10th game in a row Thursday night against Pioneer 49-36. Neftali Simiao and J.J. Shanklin led the way offensively, each scoring double-digit points. Tavion Bass and Dallante Owens were also outstanding on the floor, chipping in with 9 points each, while also playing outstanding defense.  Other scores on the night include Isiah Carpenter, Joey Gugino, and Tony Beal. Rayell Spivey dished out some highlight passes stacking up assists as the points kept coming for the warriors.  Finally, Jordan Graham was the defensive spark the warriors needed as he provided an electric performance, shutting down the Pioneers' best players. Thank you to all the fans that came out to support the team!  The Boys have two more games remaining in their quest for an undefeated season. If you haven't yet,  come out to a game and cheer us on! Their next match up will be home on Tuesday night at 5pm as they square off against Lackawanna.   

    Posted 2/10/23

    The Girl's Modified Basketball team defeated the Pioneer Panthers 34-27 in what was an exciting competitive game. Brooklyn Evans had another impressive scoring effort, chipping in 18 points. Samiya Knighton, Asia Parker and Makeda Terrell each had 4 points. Iyanna Ingram and Solay Singvonsay each added 2 points. Great job Warriors!!

    Posted 2/8/23

    The Cheektowaga Boys Modified Basketball team completed a tough stretch of games, winning twice in three days. Their first win came over East Aurora 64-45. The boys came out hot, taking a 25-8 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Rayell Spivey and J.J. Shanklin led the team offensively with 13 points a piece. Also chipping in offensively were Jordan Graham, Neftali Simaio, Tayvion Bass, and Dallante Owens who all had 8 or more points on the day, completing a full team effort in the victory. The win moved the team to 8-0 on the season. 
    The boys followed up the win against East Aurora with another win against rival Maryvale 56-14. After a slow start that saw the first quarter end at a 10-10 tie, the warriors dominated the remaining three quarters, going on a 46-4 run to finish out the game. The team played elite defense, holding Maryvale without a basket from the second quarter through the end of the third quarter. The boys played outstanding unselfish basketball as the points kept coming from all over the lineup.  Rayell Spivey came out of half time on fire scoring 13 of his 16 points in the third quarter. Dallante Owens, Jordan Graham, J.J. Shanklin, Tavion Bass, Joey Gugino and Neftali Simiao also all scored big baskets in the game. This win moves the Warriors to 9-0 on the season.  Come support the boys on their quest for their 10th win in a row and join them in the white out in the stands on Thursday February 9th at 5pm  against Pioneer. 

    Posted 2/7/23 

    Boys basketball picked up a huge league win vs Pioneer Monday Night 53-50. The team honored six seniors: Justin Blue, Nasir Stone, Jermell Prince, Brian James, Jason Moye and Tyler Prescott on Senior Night and used that energy to propel them to victory. 

    Daryl Montgomery led the way with 16 points and 6 rebounds. Senior Justin Blue added 9 points and 6 rebounds while Senior Tyler Prescott recorded a career high 17 rebounds to help seal the win.  The boys are back in action Thursday February 9th at Lackawanna.

    Posted 2/7/23

    The Modified Wrestling team finished out their 2022-23 season at home on Monday as we took on Iroquois, Pioneer, and Williamsville South.  The Warriors picked up 10 wins by recording 9 by pin during the battle as the team continued to wrestle hard. Five Warriors were undefeated for the match. Aidan Guadagno made quick work, recording 2 pins, Zymire Malone had his best night of the season with 2 pins, and Kevin Ellis was running on all cylinders with 2 pins. Jon Milka, Bienfait Bakoula, Camden White all went 1-1 as they all recorded pins in their victories.  Khaled Alsamara won a solid, exciting match by a score of 6-1 to FINISH UNDEFEATED FOR THE SEASON.  Ruben Rivera took the mat for the first time this season and battled hard in both of his matches.  Great job WARRIORS!

    Coach Hickson and Coach Bartnik would like to thank all of the wrestlers for a GREAT SEASON of hard work, and all the fans that showed up to cheer on the Warriors for all of their home matches.  We look forward to next season and having our returning crew and new wrestlers join us in November.    

    Posted 2/7/23

    The Girl's Modified Basketball team defeated the Maryvale Flyers 36-16. Brooklyn Evans had another impressive double-double scoring 21 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Samiya Knighton had 4 points, and Makeda Terrell scored 11 points. Ladies way to stay in the fight and dominate. The Lady Warriors will face Pioneer on Thursday.

    Posted 2/6/23

    Your Warrior swimmers participated in the ECIC Championships over the weekend.  Claudio "the Italian Stallion" Pipolo finished strong in the 100 fly, Thomas "limbs" Rinaldo posted his best time in the 100 back, Braxstroke Pham also posted a personal best time in the 100 Breast and in the 200 IM while Kenny T. was impressive in both the 50 free and the 100 free.  Our next stop is the Class B Championship on Thursday night.  Go Warriors! 

    Posted 2/6/23

    The Girl's Modified Basketball team had an impressive victory over the East Aurora Blue Devils. They defeated the Blue Devils 36-10. Brooklyn Evans had an impressive double-double scoring 18 points and 10 rebounds. Samiya Knighton had 4 points, Makeda Terrell scored 7 points, Amidat Eniola added 5 points, and Solay Singvongsay chipped in 2 points. Ladies way to work together, show self-control and dominate. The Lady Warriors will face the Maryvale Flyers and Pioneer this week.

    Posted 2/6/23

    Congratulations to the Varsity Wrestling team for placing 9th out of 15 teams at the Class B Sectionals on Saturday at CSAT.  The Warriors earned 63 points led by Jermaine Parsons 2nd place finish at 285 lbs. Erfan Noor 3rd place at 138 lbs, and Angelo Gonzalez 4th place at 285 lbs.  Other Warriors earning at least 1 win were Mohammad Hassan, Alexis Creek, and Johan Sing.  Jermaine, Erfan, and Angelo will represent Cheektowaga next Saturday at the Small school championships held at Lake Shore.

    The Banquet will be held March 3rd all forms MUST be turned into Coach Haberl or Coach Hickson by Friday the 10th.

    Posted 2/6/23

    The Varsity Boys Basketball team knocked off crosstown rival Maryvale on Friday night 80-62. Daryl Montgomery and Justin Blue each contributed 20 points a piece. Daryl added 6 assists and Justin added 6 steals. Romel Speaks joined in on the action by contributing 15 points 4 assists and 4 steals. Each player on the team scored a basket in a true team win.
    The Boys are back in action for 2 important league games. The Boys host Pioneer on Monday February 6th and travel to Lackawanna Thursday February 9th.

    Posted 2/3/23

    The Modified Wrestling Warriors traveled to Maryvale on Wednesday to take on Maryvale, Pioneer, and Lancaster.  Justin Nguyen notched a solid win by pinning his opponent from Lancaster by cranking a "cement job" to seal his victory.  Kevin Ellis won an exciting match in overtime 7-5.  Zymire Malone won easily with a first period pin smothering a wrestler from Lancaster.  Aidan Guadagno hit a devastating headlock toss for a pin as he went 2-0 on the night, putting in a solid night of wrestling.  Jon Milka went 2-0 winning 7-2 and pinning his 2nd opponent with a rock solid crossface cradle just before the period ended.  Khaled Alsamara also went 2-0 by wrestling an outstanding "surgical" match, winning 7-4 against a tough wrestler from Maryvale and then closed out the last match of the evening for the Warriors by dominating and then pinning his opponent from Lancaster. 

    The Wrestling Warriors would love to see a big boost from our fans on Monday as we host the final match of the season against Williamsville South, Pioneer, and Iroquois.  Come on out and support your team.  The match starts at 5pm.  We would love to see you there!   

    Posted 2/3/23

    The Boys Varsity Basketball team picked up a league win at East Aurora on Tuesday night. The team came out firing in all cylinders in an offensive shootout as the Boys prevailed 83-78.  Daryl Montgomery led the way with 23 points, 11 rebounds and 6 assists. Tyler Prescott was also a big contributor as he finished with 14 points and 9rebs. Other contributions came from Nasir Stone who had 12 points 9 rebounds and 5 steals, Justin Blue who had 11 points 7 rebounds and 4 assists and Romel Speaks who added a season high 8 rebounds.  The boys travel to Maryvale on Friday, February 3rd for the next installment of the crosstown rivalry. Varsity top off is scheduled for 6:30pm. 

    Posted 2/1/23

    The Boys Modified basketball team continued their winning ways, moving to 7-0 after a thrilling win against Depew 32-31. The boys made multiple defensive stops with seconds remaining to secure the win. J.J Shanklin and Dallante Owens led the way offensively again for the warriors, scoring 16 and 7 points respectively. Rayell Spivey, Jordan Graham and Neftali Simao all played crucial roles for the team in the win as well. The Warriors look to continue their winning streak on Saturday at 10am against East Aurora in the Middle School Gym. 

    Posted 1/31/23 

    The Modified Wrestling Warriors hosted Alden, Amherst, Frontier, and Sweet Home Monday night and had some excellent results.  Khaled Alsamara, Aidan Guadgano and Zymire Malone won all of their matches by pin.  Rashwee Tompkins Scales energized the crowd with a lightning quick pin in the 1st period with a devastating double leg blast.  Marius Mingo went 1-1 as he made short work of his first opponent with a crushing 1st period pin. Camden White won his only match of the night with a come from behind pin. The Wrestling Warriors recorded 9 pins over the course of the night.  Bienfait Bakoula took the mat for the first time of the season and almost pulled out a victory in the last seconds of the match but lost by a score of 5-4. The team travels to Maryvale on Wednesday to take on Lancaster, Pioneer, and host Maryvale.  

    The team would like to give a BIG SHOUT OUT to the Warrior Fans that showed up and cheered loud and proud all night.  It was great to see and hear you all.  THANK YOU for bringing the NOISE.

    Posted 1/30/23


    This past weekend, the indoor track team traveled to SUNY Buffalo State for the 5th divisional meet of the season and the Throwers headed to Lancaster’s field house for the throwing Invite -   once again we had some favorable results – here are some of them:



    ·       Kiera Roberts – had a PB in the 300 m dash – posting a time of 50.1

    ·       The 4 x 400 relay – of La’Niyah Leak, Myla Scott, Jocelyn Tracy, and Amiya Verse put their best time of the season on the track

    posting a time of 4:28 placing them 5th right now in all of the WNY schools



    ·       Jahzier Parsons – posted his PB in the HJ – clearing 5’ 10”

    ·       D’Mell Poston – posted his best LJ – leaping 17’ 1”

    ·       Jayden Costner and Nasir Stone – posted their season best time in the 300 m dash hitting time of 46.13 and 41.35 respectively

    ·       Ian Curr – posted a season best time in the 3200 M – hitting a time of 13.19.4

    ·       Demarious Hood – had a PB in the Weight throw – hitting a mark of 35’ 7.75”

    ·       Donovan DuBard – also has a PB in the Shot – he heaved it 36’ 4” – bettering his previous mark by 2’

    The teams have a busy weekend as there are meets all weekend long -

    ·       Friday – some athletes will head to Buff State for a Varsity select meet – starting at 5:30 pm

    ·       Saturday – some athletes will head to Houghton College for the Freshman / Sophomore Championships – starting at 9:00 am

    ·       Sunday – a select few boys and girls will head to Geneva, Ohio for the Spire Institute HS Showcase - track events start at 11:00 am

    Posted 1/30/23 

    Congratulations to Mohammad Hassan finishing in 2nd place at the Ken-ton JV Wrestling tournament on Saturday.  Mohammad finished the tournament with 2 pins before losing in the finals.

    The Warriors will head to the Class tournament this Saturday at CSAT School.

    Posted 1/27/23
    The Modified Wrestling Warriors traveled to Pioneer on Thursday to wrestle against Maryvale, East Aurora, and host Pioneer.  Jon Milka led the way going 2-0 with winning a tough match 5-4 and hammering his opponent in the 2nd match winning by pin. Marius Mingo was hitting on all cylinders as he physically dominated again, winning with a 1st period pin.  Kevin Ellis fought hard during his match to notch his first victory of the season by a score of 4-2.  Aidan Guadagno went 1-1 losing a tough match but he rebounded during his 2nd match with a solid 1st period pin.  
    The Modified Wrestling team will host Amherst, Alden, Frontier, & Sweet Home on Monday at 5pm in our Middle School Gym.  Come out and cheer on your Warriors.

    Posted 1/24/23

    The Modified Wrestling team traveled to Sweet Home on Monday as they took on Lancaster, Alden, Amherst and Sweet Home.  The Warriors battled hard in every match and finished just under 500 earning 7 wins to 9 losses.  Khaled Alsamara won both of his matches again as he remains undefeated by pinning one of his opponents and easily beating his other opponent from Amherst by a score of 10-1.  Marius Mingo physically crushed his two opponents, pinning them both in the 1st period. 

    Aidan Guadagno lost for the first time this season by a score of 6-5 but he battled all the way back from a 6-2 score. He almost pulled out the victory but fell short as time expired.  Aidan rebounded with a strong 2nd match pinning his opponent with ease.  Other winners of the night were Jon Milka who won by pin, Gavin Guadagno won by pin to round out the night.   Justin Nguyen battled hard, losing  one of his matches by a score of 12-9. The entire team put forth an excellent effort all night regardless of the outcome.  The coaching staff was very proud of their effort.  Keep up the good work.
    The Warriors will travel to Pioneer on Thursday to take on East Aurora, Maryvale, and the Pioneer Panthers for a 5pm match.    

    Posted 1/23/23

    Boys Varsity Basketball had a busy week, finishing week 1-2. The Boys lost a one-point battle to Lackawanna on Wednesday, then dropped another contest at Pioneer. Against Lackawanna, the team was led by Tyler Prescott 16 points and 8 rebounds.  

    Thursday's tough battle versus Pioneer saw 3 players reach double figures in points as Romel Speaks, Daryl Montgomery and Just Blue each chipped in 10 points a piece.  Saturday the Boys pulled out a 12 point victory versus the Lake Shore Eagles. Justin Blue finished with a team high 16 points and 4 assists while Romel Speaks added 12.
    The Boys hit the road for an upcoming game Tuesday vs Pembroke.

    Posted 1/23/23

    Congratulations to Alexis Creek for placing 2nd at the ECIC 1st Annual all Girls Tournament at 120 lbs.  Alexis went 3-1 with one pin.  Come on girls jump on board next season and join womans wrestling! 

    Posted 1/23/23

    This past weekend the indoor track teams traveled to Houghton college to compete in the 1st Varsity Select meet of the year (meaning all schools were invited and once again the warriors showed up and had some very nice results and personal bests (PB). Here are some of the highlights:


    ·       Hannah Snead-Molinares – had a PB in the shot – heaving it 19’ 4”

    ·       Hannah Gardner – also had a PB in the shot throwing it 18’ 7”

    ·       Tiana Wilson – had 2 PB’s in the LJ - 14’ 6.5” and the TJ – 31’ 4.5”

    ·       Nghi Le – had a PB in the 55 Hurdles – posting time of 10.16

    ·       Samantha Malkiewicz – had a PB in the 300 m – posting a time of 51.35

    ·       Daniella Bondo – had a PB in the 600 – posting a time of 2:08.5


    ·       D’Mell Poston – posted PB’s in the 55 H with a time of 8.64 as well as a PB in the 300 – with a time of 41.66

    ·       Trendell Parker – had a HUGE PB in the shot with a throw of 43’ .5”

    ·       Demarious Hood – also posted a HUGE PB in the shot – heaving it 37’ 2” (about a 3’ jump from his previous PB)

    ·       Daniel Richardson – posted a PB in the 55 M – with a time of 6.89 as well as a PB in the 300 – posting a time of 38.19

    ·       Ian Curr – had a PB in the 3200 M – posting a time of 13:27.0

    ·       The 4 x 100 relay – of Nasir Stone, Lamario Jones, Camren Warburton, and Harrison Mullen – posted a season best time of 1:41.2

    The teams will be back at it again this coming weekend as they travel to SUNY Buffalo State – for the 5th of a divisional meet on Saturday 1/28 – starting at 10:00 am

    The throwers and Pole Vaulters only - will be traveling to Lancaster HS on Saturday 1/28 – for the throws and Vault meet – also starting at 10:00 – wish them luck

    Posted 1/20/23

    Your Modified Wrestling team took on Williamsville North, Sweet Home and Hamburg yesterday and had a solid performance with a record of 9 wins and 7 losses.

    Khaled Alsamara, Aidan Guadagno, and Jermaine Peebles won all of their matches and still remain undefeated. Marius Mingo, Rashwee Tompkins-Scales and Gavin Guadagno won matches for the Warriors.  Jon Milka lost a hard fought match 4-2, Justin Nguyen almost pulled off an upset in the 3rd period as time ran out, nearly pinning his opponent.  D'Angelo Adames showed up and battled in both of his matches, keeping it close all the way to the end. The Modified Wrestling team would like to thank all of the MS students, parents, and teachers who showed up to cheer on the team.  Your energy was amazing. The team hits the road next week, traveling to Sweet Home on Monday and Pioneer on Thursday.  Wish the boys Good Luck as they look to improve each and every meet.  
    Way to go Warriors.

    Posted 1/19/23

    The Boys Modified basketball team continued their hot start to the season, moving to 5-0 with a victory over Lackawanna. JJ Shanklin and Rayell Spievy led the way for the team offensively with 24 and 13 points respectively. Wendel Hamner Jordan Grahm and Dallante Owens also had strong performances in the win. Next up for your undefeated warriors will be next Wednesday at Maryvale as they look to move to 6-0 on the season. 

    Posted 1/19/23 

    The Girl's Modified Basketball team had an impressive victory over the Lackawanna Steelers in a score of 39-0. Samiya Knighton and Brooklyn Evans each had 8 points. Donaysia Holloman and Asia Parker each chipped in 2 points, Iyanna Ingram came through with 6 points and, with a game high, Makeda Terrell scored 13 points and 10 steals. Ladies way to work together, show self-control and dominate. The Lady Warriors will face the Maryvale Flyers next.

    Posted 1/18/23

    Your Warrior Swimmers lost to Pioneer on Tuesday night.  Despite the loss, the team swam well.  Claudio Pipolo took  first in the 50 Free and  Kenny T took first place  in the 100 Free.  Braxton Pham and Thomas Rinaldo managed to give the Panthers a run for their money in the 200 IM, 100 Breast, Diving and the 100 Back.  Our next meet is against East Aurora at 5:00 on Friday.  GO WARRIORS!

    Posted 1/18/23


    The Varsity wrestling team dropped a well wrestled match to Dunkirk last night 36-30.  Winning by pin last night was Erfan Noor, Jermaine Parsons, and Mohammad Hassan earning his first Varsity pin.  Forfeit wins were picked up by Hennedii Horiachkin and Kristian Ortiz.  The highlight match of the night was Adam Mbeke first Varsity win by pin in an exhibition match.  Great job Adam!  The wrestlers will head to the ECIC tournament on Friday and Saturday.  Thanks to all the students who came out and cheered us on, you rocked the Warrior House. 



    Posted 1/17/23


    This past weekend, the indoor track team traveled to Houghton College and, after a long winter break along with a blizzard, got back to action. There were some very favorable results and here are some of the highlights:



    ·       Amiya Verse – took 1st place with a new PB in the 55 m dash – running a 7.53 as well as placing 2nd in the 300 with a PB time of 44.15

    ·       La’Niyah Leak – took 2nd place in the 55 m running a 7.76 as well as 3rd place in the 300 with a PB time of 45.43

    ·       Myonna Smith – posted a season best time of 47.2 in the 300 m (dropping 2 seconds)

    ·       The 4 x 200 relay of La’Niyah Leak, Myonna Smith, Jocelyn Tracy and Amiya Verse – took 1st place with a season best time of 1:53.1

    ·       Anisha Ridgeway and Nghi Le both ran PB’s in the 55 H – posting times of 11.23 and 10.19


    ·       Mekhi Dennis – had a PB in the 55 H posting a time of 9.96 as well as hitting 17’ 5” in the LJ at his 1st time trying the event – finishing in 7th place overall

    ·       Daniel Richardson posted a time of 7.07 in the 55 m placing 7th overall and cleared 5’ 10” in the HJ – taking 2nd place

    ·       The 4 x 400 relay of Lamario Jones, E ‘Shawn Simons, Daniel Richardson, and Mekhi Dennis posted 4th place, finishing with a time of 4:00.6

    ·       Keiondon Torres posted a season best time of 1:45.6 in the 600 m

    ·       Malik Ross – had PB throws in the shot and the weight with heaves of 20’ .75” and 21’ 6.75” respectively


    The team will travel to Houghton again this Friday evening – to compete in the Varsity Select meet #1 of the season – congrats and good luck to these and all the athletes.


    Posted 1/13/23

    The modified wrestling team traveled to Lakeshore on Wednesday night and had outstanding performances by the team.  The team was led by Aidan Guadagno and Khaled Alsamara who turned in dominating performances, winning all of their matches. Rashwee Tompkins-Scales, Marius Mingo, Jon Milka, Zymire Malone, Jermaine Peebles, and Gavin Guadagno also earned wins for the Warriors. 

    Come on out next Thursday at 5 o’clock in the middle school gym and cheer on your Warriors for our first home match of the season.

    Posted 1/12/23
    The Warriors Wrestling team had a tough night, losing to Tonawanda 52-15.  Erfan Noor won by pin while Mikey Dorobiala won by decision and Angelo Gonzalez took the forfeit win.  The team will head to Falconer this weekend and then wrestle their last home match at home next Tuesday at 6:00 vs Dunkirk in an added non-league match.

    Posted 1/10/23
    The Varsity Wrestling team improved to 2-2 on the season with an outstanding wrestling 42-27 win over Lackawanna.  Angelo Gonzalez started the night out with a pin followed by pins from Erfan Noor, and Mike Dorobiala,  Winning by forfeit were Kristian Ortiz, Johan Sing, Jon Schiavone, and Hamza Hassan.  Alexis Creek wrestled very well, losing by a major decision, and Mohammed Hassan and Adam Mbeke are a brace away from winning a match.  Keep up the great work Warriors!  The Warriors will host their last home match next Wednesday vs Tonawanda lets rock out the gym at 6:00.

    Posted 1/10/23
    Your Warrior Swimmers lost a hard-fought contest to Iroquois on Friday night.  Despite the loss, the team swam well.  Claudio Pipolo, aka the Italian Stallion, qualified for ECICs in the 100 Fly where he took second place with a personal best time of 1:12.46.  Thomas Rinaldo took first place in diving.  Rinaldo, Pipolo, Pham and Kenny T also took first in the 200 Medley Relay.  Our next meet is Tuesday  at home versus Eden.  Go Warriors!

    Posted 1/10/23

    Congratulations to Alexis Creek for placing 6th at the Chautauqua :Lake Ladies tournament on Saturday.  Alexis finished with 2 wins by pin and 3 losses.  The Warriors will have their last home ECIC 3 match on Wednesday at 6:00 vs Tonawanda.  The Warriors are currently 2-2.

    Posted 1/10/23
    Boys Basketball split a pair of league games this past week. On Tuesday, the boys took down #7 ranked small school Depew on the road 65-63. A total team effort propelled the team, as 10 players saw the floor and registered points.  The Boys then dropped a league contest to East Aurora in a defensive slugfest 49-41. The team was led by Nasir Stone 13pts & 8rebs and Tyler Prescott 12pts & 11rebs.  The Warriors are back in action on Tuesday, January 10th vs. Maryvale. Come out and support the team as they take on our crosstown rivals!

    Posted 1/3/23
    The Wrestling competed at the Eden Tournament over break and had 3 wrestlers place Johan Sing 3rd place, Kristian Ortiz 2nd Place, and Erfan Noor 1st Place.  The team wrestled very well and will try to take that hard work ethic against Lackawanna on Wednesday at home at 6:00.  Come out and support your Varsity Warrior Wrestling Team.

    Posted 12/22/22
    The Varsity wrestling team dropped to 1-2 in ECIC 3 with a 44-18 loss to Springville last night.  It was great to see all the students cheering on the wrestlers. It made a great atmosphere.  Henry Schihl, Kristian Ortiz and Angelo Gonzalez all won by pin for the Warriors.

    Posted 12/21/22

    Boys Varsity Basketball lost a hard fought contest on Monday night vs South Park. Final score was 73-69.  Eric Bailey led the way with 18pts and 5 rebounds. Brian James chipped in with 14pts and 7 rebounds, while Nasir Stone added 13pts. Daryl Montgomery, Jason Moye and Tyler Prescott also each chipped in a total team effort.  Boys Basketball will play Sweet Home in round 1 of the Ken-ton Holiday tournament on December 27th.

    Posted 12/21/22

    The Girl's Modified Basketball team lost a tough one to Depew last night. It was a hard fought effort by the lady warriors. Samiya Knighton had 6 points, Brooklyn Evans chipped in 4 points and Zion Wideman and Amidat Eniola each scored 2 points. Ladies make sure to report to the cafeteria today after-school still. Go Warriors!!

    Posted 12/21/22

    Modified Basketball won their first contest of the season last week vs Lake Shore 53-20. An outstanding team effort carried the warriors as every player scored a basketball during the win. Individually, JJ Shanklin was the high scorer for the warriors, scoring 20 while Neftali Simao, Jordan Grahm and Rayell Spivey contributed with solid performances as well.  Defensively, the warriors smothered any offense Lake Shore tried to sum up as they posted over thirty steals as a team. Our next matchup is TONIGHT, our home opener vs Depew in the Middle school. Tip off is at 5pm. Come out and support your Warriors as they look to move to 2-0 on the season.

    Posted 12/16/22

    The Girl's Modified Basketball team lost a tough one to Lake Shore last night, it was hard fought effort by the lady warriors. Samiya Knighton, Makeda Terrell, and Iyanna Ingram each scored 2 points, and Brooklyn Evans chipped in 6 points. Great job Ladies, you fought hard we can only get better from here.

    Posted 12/15/22
    Your Warrior Swimmers faced off against the Warriors from Tonawanda on Wednesday evening.  The Warriors came out on top!  Unfortunately, it was the team from Tonawanda that walked away with the win.  Braxton Pham, Thomas Rinaldo, Claudio Pipolo and Kenny T swam well.  All of the guys are continuing to improve and bring their time down.  Our next meet is home versus Lake Shore on Tuesday at 5 pm.  See you there!

    Posted 12/15/22
    The Varsity Wrestling team dropped to 1-1 in ECIC 3 with a 54-9 loss to Lakeshore.  Jermaine Parsons was the lone Warrior, winning by pin while Kristian Ortiz battled hard to earn a decision, getting the team 3 points.  Henry Schihl, Jon Schiavone, Brinth Ramos wrestled very well although coming up short of winning.  In exhibition matches, Ahmed Aldughany and Angelo Gonzalez each won by pin.  The Warriors will have their first home match next Wednesday. Come out and support your Warriors.

    Posted 12/13/22
    The boys Varsity Swim Team got their first win on Monday against Holland.  The team placed first in all but two events.  Kenny T was impressive in both relays.  Thomas Rinaldo placed first in diving and the 100 backstroke, Claudio Pipolo took first in the 50 free and 100 fly and Braxton Pham took first in the 200 IM and in both relays.  Our next meet is on Wednesday at home.  See you there! 

    Posted 12/12/22
    The Wrestling Warriors placed 9th at their Warrior Duals on Saturday, losing 4 matches and winning 1. Kritian Ortiz earned 3 wins, 2 by pin, Jermaine Parsons earned 2 wins by pin, and Hamza Alsamara 2 pins.  A special thank you to all the volunteer students that came out and helped our tournament run smoothly by running our score clocks.  The Warriors will take on Lake Shore on Wednesday.

    Posted 12/8/22

    Boys Basketball lost their first league game vs Depew on Wednesday.  Down 2 starters, the boys battled throughout the night to keep the game tight. Unfortunately, the boys fell 60-49 as the Wildcats' hot shooting propelled them in the 4th quarter.  The Warriors were led by Eric Bailey's 15pts and 8 rebs. Daryl Montgomery also chipped in 15pts to go along with 5 rebs. Tyler Prescott manned the boards as he snatched 11 rebs. Nasir Stone also contributed 8pts and 2 stls.  The Warriors appreciate the electric energy from the home fans and are eager to return to action Tuesday December 13th vs Orchard Park, right here at 3600 Union Rd.
    Come support the Warriors!

    Posted 12/8/22
    The Varsity wrestling team beat Maryvale to go 1-0 in ECIC 3 with a huge 42-15 victory over Maryvale.  The Warriors earned 5 pins by Hamza Alsamara, Jermaine Parsons, Johan Sing, Mike Dorobiala, and Erfan Noor.  Alexis Creek added a win by forfeit.  Brinth Ramos added one more win by pin in a JV match.
    Great job Warriors.  Come out on Saturday and support the wrestlers at their Warrior Duals on Saturday.  

    Posted 12/7/22
    Your Warrior Swimmers competed in two contests over the course of the last week.  In both meets the team swam very well.  Claudio Pipolo, aka the "Italian Stallion", was impressive as he competed in his first two Varsity Swim Meets.  Similarly, Thomas Rinaldo dove in his first two Varsity meets and managed to take first place in diving in the second meet!  Braxton Pham, the lone freshman on the team, was particularly impressive in the 100 breaststroke, posting his personal best time on Tuesday night.  Kenny T, our only senior, also posted personal best times in both the 50 free and 100 free.  Our next meet is next Monday at home vs Holland.  Come and see Coach Lee or Coach Hout if you're interested in joining the swim team!  We need you, yes you!       
    Posted 12/6/22

    This past weekend, the 2022-23 Indoor track teams opened up their season by traveling to Houghton College and had some pretty awesome results considering they have only had 2+ weeks of practice due to the season starting a week late and then a massive snow storm closing schools for multiple days – However that did not stop the progress of some of the Warriors.

    Here are some of the better performances form the weekend:



    ·       Daniel Richardson – cleared 6’4” in the HJ – hitting the state standard in the 1st week – he also went 38.4 in the 300 M as well as 6.8 in the 55 M

    ·       Seville Lucas – went 6.75 in the 55 M dash

    ·       The 4 x 200 relay, consisting of Seville Lucas, Lamont Watkins Jr, Makhi Dennis, and Jahzier Parsons that went 1:41.0



    ·       The 4 x 400 relay of Jayda Jernigan, Myla Scott, Jocelyn Tracy, and Amiya Verse went 4:39.9 and finished 2nd

    ·       Amiya Verse – went 7.35 in the 55 M dash

    ·       Tiana Wilson, Danielle Bondo, and Savannah Brezenski – all had PB’s in the TJ – leaping 31’ 3” / 28’ 7.5” and 25’ 1”


    The teams will be back at it again this coming weekend as they travel to Houghton College – to compete divisional meet #2 – The meet is scheduled from 3:00 – 8:00 pm