• This past week the fortunate athletes that qualified for the Sectionals track meet - traveled to Falconer HS to compete to qualify for the State meet - even though the state meet was cancelled. That all being said the Warriors had a remarkable day - here are some of the highlights: 

     

    State Qualifiers

    • Jayden DuBard = won the shot put with a heave of 55' 11.25" in addition to breaking his own school record. Jayden also won the Discus with a season best throw of 150' 4".

     

    • Katrina Chandler - also would be heading to States as she was the winner of the Girls discus - heaving it 98' 4" she also finished 4th in the shot - with a throw of 31' 2"

     

    • CJ Krzanowicz – would be going was the winner in the 400 hurdles - with a season best time of 58.14 - he also took 3rd in the 110 hurdles again with a season best time of 15.17

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    Athletes Earning Patches

     

    • Natalie Ruhlmann - took 3rd in the 100 hurdles - 17.42 and

     

    • Nghi Le - took 4th in the same event - posting a time of 17.66

     

    • The Girls 4 x 100 relay of La'Niyah Leak, Selexa Gibson, Brooklyn Lawrence, and NaKyia Boyd - took 3rd overall - with a season best time of 52.10

     

    • Kayrah Brown - took 3rd in the HJ - clearing 4' 9" and took 6th in the LJ - 15' 5.5"

     

    This meet wrapped up the Covid shortened season - but the Warriors did it in fashion. Congrats to all the competitors. 

     

    Jayden DuBard and CJ Krzanowicz - are out in Eugene OR, where they will be competing in the Nike Nationals in the Hammer throw and LJ respectively.  CJ competes on Thursday and Jayden on Saturday 


    This past week the Warriors track and field teams traveled to Pioneer for the 1st of what hopes to be many – Class meet – in their case it was Class “A”. there were some awesome results – as the Boys took 2nd place out of 12 teams and the Girls took 5th out of 11 teams. Here are some of the highlights

     

    GIRLS

    -        Natalie Ruhlmann – and Nghi Le both had PB’s in the 100 hurdles finishing 2nd (17.32) and 4th (17.52) respectively

    -        La’Niyah Leak – finished 3rd in the 100 M – 13.16 as well as 6th in the 200 M – 28.21

    -        The 4 x 100 Relay – of Amiya Verse, Selexa Gibson, Brooklyn Lawrence, and NaKyia Boyd – took 2nd place overall with a time 52.7

    -        Nghi – dropped 5+ seconds in the 400 hurdles to finish 7th with a time of 1:18.8

    -        Jocelyn Tracy had a PB in the 800 – posting a 2:43

    -        Amyla Jackson – had a PB in the Discus – 71’4”

    -        Katrina Chandler – hit the Sectional std in the Discus with a PB throw 100’ 5”

    BOYS

    -        CJ Krzanowicz – won the LJ – 21’ 6” and the 400 H – 59.65 and took 2nd in the 110 H – 15.98

    -        Jayden DuBard – won the Shot – 53’ 6.5” as well the Discus – 134’ 1”

    -        Jayden English – had PB’s in both the Shot 39’ 5.75” finishing 3rd and the Discus 102’ 8” – finishing 4th

    -        David Douglas – had a PB in the 800 M – 2:20 and finished 5th

     

    The teams will be cut even more as they head to Falconer for the State Qualifier Meet on Wednesday 6/23 – even though there is no State meet this yr – they still will have the opportunity to say they could have gone – wish them luck!!!


    The Cheektowaga Warrior Girls Softball Team defeated Lew-Port 12-9 in the Quarterfinals in the A2 Sectionals.

    Leading the offense for Cheektowaga was Adriana Duval, who went 1-2 and registered a home run; Alyciana Alvira , who went 2-4 with a home run and a triple and garnering 3RBI’s; Sara Domanowski went 1-2 and Camryn Budziszewski continued her torrid pace at the plate by going 1-3 and registering 3 RBI’s.

    Defensively the Warriors were led by Oliviah  Fallacaro and shortstop Sara Domanowski.
    LaDasia Leak provided quality relief time at second base when starter Sam Golab got hit in the hands while at bat.

    Bella Becker and Adrianna Duval shared time in the circle as they handcuffed the Lancers roster.

    The Warriors will take on Iroquois in the Semifinals tomorrow at 5:30 at Iroquois.


    This past weekend the Cheektowaga Central track teams – traveled to West Seneca East for the ECIC – Division III championship and keeping up with having the favorable results – there was no let down once again. The boys were victorious winning the Boys championship while the Girls came in 2nd place behind Iroquois by 50 pts

    Here are some of the highlights:

     BOYS

    -        CJ Krzanowicz had his best time and won the 400 h – 59.95 as well as the LJ – 20’ 4.5”

    -        Jayden DuBard – won the shot 54’ and had a PB in winning the Discus – 148’ 8”

    -        Jayden English – also had PB’s in both the shot 37’ 3.5” and in Discus – 102’ 3”

    -        Isaiah Harris – won the 100 m 11.23 and  the 200 – 23.08 and took 2nd in the LJ – 19’ 9.75”

     

    GIRLS

    -        La’Niyah Leak – won the 100 m – 12.99 and the 200 m 27.5 and was part of the winning 4 x 100 relay – along with Brooklyn Lawrence, NaKyia Boyd, and Selexa Gibson

    -        Katrina Chandler – won the Shot – 30’ 2” and the Discus – 97’ 9”

    -        Selexa Gibson – took 2nd in the TJ – 31’ 6.5”

    -        Kayrah Brown – took 1st place in the HJ – clearing 4’ 8”

     

    The teams will travel to Pioneer this Thursday 6/17/2021 for the Class meet – including 13 other schools


    The Cheektowaga Warrior Softball team completed their regular season schedule with a 9-6 loss to unbeaten Lake Shore.

    The Warriors finished with a 10-4 record as they look to enter Sectional play beginning on Monday.

    Cheektowaga was led by Adriana Duval who went 2/3 at the plate with a Home run and registered three RBI’s.


    The Cheektowaga Warriors Softball team exploded for 20 runs in a five inning  victory as they held crosstown rival Maryvale to 4 runs as they ran their winning streak to 8 games.

    The offense exploded for 5 home runs in the game with the top five batters in the line-up registering dingers.

    Camryn Budziszewski went 3-4, Alyciana Alvira 2-4, Oliviah Fallacaro 3-4, Sara Domanowski 4-4 (4RBI’s). Sam Golab 2-4 and Adrianna Duval 3-4.

    For the second straight game, Duval came in relief of Emma Rozborski and shut down the opposition with four strike- outs and only 1 hit.

    The win puts Cheektowaga’s record at 10-3 for the season with the last game of the season scheduled tomorrow at Lake Shore.

    Sectionals are slated to begin on Monday.


    Another day , another win for the Lady Warriors Softball team as they defeated Pioneer by a 16-1 score on 5 innings.

    The victory  extended their winning streak to 7 games as they overcame a sluggish start on an overcast, dreary , wet evening at Cheektowaga High School on Monday evening to put their record at 9-3.

    Offensively the team was led by Sara Domanowski who went 2-4 with 5 RBI’s, Oliviah Fallacaro 1-3 with 4RBI’s, Sam Golab 1-1, Alyciana Alvira 1-2, and Gracie Amanti going 1-1.

    The Warriors broke open a close game in the fourth by batting around the order twice in the inning.

    They supported an outstanding pitching performance by Adrians Duval who came on in the first inning with the bases loaded to end the inning with a double play and then only allowed one hit the rest of the way while striking out 5.


    This past week the Cheektowaga Track teams hosted the last of their divisional meets vs Williamsville South and had favorable conditions and results. The Boys capped off their undefeated season to finish 5-0 beating Will South by a score of 96 – 45 while the girls won with a score of 95 – 42 to finish at 4-1. Here are some of the highlights

     GIRLS

    -        Katrina Chandler won the shot – 29’ 7.25” and the Discus with a personal best throw of 99’ 10.5”

    -        Nghi Le – won the 100 hurdles with a season best time of 18.03

    -        Natalie Ruhlmann – was a double winner taking the LJ – 14’ 8.5” and the TJ – with a leap of 32’ 1”

    -        Amiya Verse was a winner of the 100 m – with a time of 12.98 and also 2nd in the 200 m – 28.76

    -        La’Niyah Leak – (7th grader) won the 200 m – 27.8 and took 2nd in the 100 – 13.1

     

    BOYS

    -        CJ Krzanowicz – continued his winning ways – taking the 110 hurdles – 15.33 and the 400 hurdles – 1:01.2

    -        Jayden DuBard – also continued his winning way – by taking the Shot – 55’ 6” and the Discus137’ 3.25”

    -        Isaiah Harris – won the 100 m – 11.2 and the 200 M – 23.7

    -        Harrison Mullen – took 1st place and a PB in the TJ – 37’ 11.5”

    -        Daniel Richardson – won the HJ – clearing 5’ 2”

     The Teams will travel to West Seneca East Saturday – to compete in the ECIC Divisional Championshis

     


    The Lady Warriors Softball Team extended their winning streak to six games by defeating East Aurora by shutting out the Blue Devils by a 6-0 score.

    The heat was almost as stifling as the Lady Warriors pitching and defense. With game time temperatures approaching the mid- eighties, the Warriors pitching was just as hot by allowing only 4 hits. Bella Becker went 5 1/3 innings and Adrianna Duval closed the final 1 2/3.

    Solid defense supported the pitching with the outfield snagging many balls hit their way.

    Duval went 1/2 along with Oliviah Fallacaro keeping pace with a 1/2 performance. Bella Becker had two RBI’s in support of her own performance on the mound and Sara Domanowski had a 3RBI performance with a home run that broke the game open in the third inning.

    The lady Warriors are off until next Mondays home game vs.league opponent Pioneer .


    The Cheektowaga Lady Warriors Softball Team defeated the Depew wildcats by a 4-2 score on Tuesday evening under the lights at their home field.

    The win put the Lady Warriors record at 7-3 for the season.

    Offensive highlights for Cheektowaga were Emma Rozborski who went 2-3 and Leci Alvira who contributed with 2 RBI’s.

    Outstanding defensive plays were turned in by Sara Domanowski at short, Emma Rozborski in Center field and Bella Becker in the circle.

    Speaking of the circle, outstanding work by the pitchers for the Lady Warriors led the way this day. Bella Becker and Adriana Duval held Depew to two runs on seven hits and essentially shut down an explosive offense with their arms.

    Next up for the Warriors is East Aurora on Wednesday afternoon.


    This past week the Cheektowaga Track teams hosted Iroquois for their 4th divisional meet and had bittersweet results – the boys team capped a win 72 – 68 to bring their record to 4-0 while the girls suffered their 1st loss of the season losing 77 – 63 bringing their record to 3-1

    – Both the boys and girls meets were epic to say the least – here are some of the highlights:

     BOYS

    -        Jayden DuBard – continued his domination in the throws - winning the Discus with a heave of 130’ 11.75” and also BREAKING his own school record with a with toss of 55’ 8”

    -        CJ Krzanowicz – finally got some competition in the 110 hurdles – but that didn’t faze him – as he won the event – running a 15.4 – he also won the 400 H – 1:01 and the LJ 20’ 8”

    -        Isaiah Harris – won the 200 m 23.83 once again and took 2nd in the LJ – 20’ 3”

    -        Donald Cromer – won the 100 M – 11.5

     

    GIRLS

    -        Nghi Le – won the 100 hurdles in a time of 18.15

    -        NaKyia Boyd – won the 100 M – with a time of 13.19

    -        Kayrah Brown – was a double winner – taking the HJ – 4’ 8” and the LJ – 15’ 8”

    -        The 4 x 100 relay – consisting of Amiya Verse, Selexa Gibson, Brooklyn Lawrence, and NaKyia Boyd won with a season best time of 52.56

    The Warriors will host their final divisional meet this Tuesday June 8th at 5:00 pm vs Williamsville South as they fine tune for the post season which starts this Saturday for the ECIC divisional meet at West Seneca East – starting at 9:00 am – there are NO SPECTATORS allowed at any post season meets


    The Cheektowaga Warriors girls Varsity softball team defeated league rival Tonawanda by a 13-0 score.

    Leading the offense with a break-out game was Grace Amanti who went 2-3 with a Home run and a triple.Adrianna Duval continued with her hot hand she went 2-4 at the plate, with a home run and 2RBI’s.
    Camryn Budziszewski went 2-3 while Emma Rozborski contributed with a home run of her own. Sara Domanowski added two dingers as she continued her hot pace.

    Defensively, Amanti and Domanowski each made a stellar defensive play shutting down any hope of a Tonawanda comeback. Amanti speared a line-drive to left field while Domanowski skied to reach a  soft line drive and then threw to first to double up the Tonawanda base runner.

    Bella Becker went the distance on the mound for Cheektowaga as she gave up three hits in six innings and racked up eleven strikeouts.


    The Cheektowaga Warriors continued their winning ways by pulling out an 8-6 extra inning thriller versus Sweet Home in non-league action.

    Offensively, the Warriors were led by Adriana Duval who went 3-3 with two doubles, Bella Becker who went 3-5, and Sam Golab who went2-4 with a triple

    Adriana Duval started on the rubber and went five strong inning giving up 5 runs and garnering six K’s.

    Bella Becker closed out the game by throwing three innings and putting the  nail in the coffin with a superb relief performance.

    She also won the game for the Warriors in the top of the eighth inning by driving home two runs with two outs in a clutch at bat.

    The win moves the Warriors to a 5-3 record overall.


    The Cheektowaga Warrior Softball team defeated Pioneer by a 17-6 score on Tuesday afternoon.  Leading the offense was Alyciana Alvira going 2-2, Emma Rozborski with a solo home run, Sam Golab with 4RBI’s, Adriana Duval perfect at the plate going 3-3 with a home run and Sara Dombrowski going 3-6 with an incredible 6 RBI’s!  Bella Becker picked up the win on the mound going 4 1/3 innings scattering 5 runs and getting 3 strikeouts. Adrianna Duval again came out of the bullpen and shut the door on Pioneer with six strikeouts in 2 2/3 innings of work. 


    The Boys won with a score of 77 – 64 as did the girls with a score of 97 – 31. Here are some of the highlights:

     GIRLS

    -        Amiya Verse – won the 100 m – 13.0 and the 200 m – 28.25

    -        Natalie Ruhlmann – won the 100 hurdles – 17.87 as well as the TJ – 33’ 1’

    -        Katrina Chandler – won the Shot – 29’ 10.5” as well as the Discus – with a huge PB – 97’ 8”

    -        Selexa Gibson – took 2nd in the TJ – also with a huge PB – 32’ 4”

     BOYS

    -        CJ Krzanowicz – was a triple winner - winning the 110 hurdles – 15.5 / the 400 hurdles – 1:01 and the LJ – 20’ 6”

    -        Isaiah Harris – was a double winner – taking 1st in the 100 m – 11.19 and the 200 m – 23.0

    -        Jayden DuBard – was a double winner – taking 1st in the Shot – 54’ 8.5” as well as in the Discus – 144’ 2”

    -        David Douglas – won the 1600 m – 5:41 (PB) and took 2nd in the 800 m – and 2nd in the 3200 m

     The teams will host Iroquois on June 2nd – at 5:00 pm


    The Cheektowaga Warrior Softball team defeated the visiting Batavia Blue Devils by a 6-2 score on Tuesday.  The win evened the Warriors record at 3-3 for the year.  Senior Sara Domanowski had a huge game as she led the Team with a first inning three run home run that provided the Warriors with a lead they never gave up. Domanowski also had a strong game defensively , as she snuffed out a Batavia rally by snagging a line drive and doubling the runner off first.  Batavia also was led by Alyciana Alvira and Adriana Duval who both went 2-3.  Isabella Becker and Duval also split time on the mound scattering five hits throughout the seven innings .


    This past Friday, Cheektowaga Central track teams held their 2nd home meet vs West Seneca East (a new divisional rival) and had once again favorable results, the Boys team won 111 – 22 – while the Girls team won 93 – 35. Here are some of the highlights from the meet:

     GIRLS

    -        Natalie Ruhlmann had a PB in the TJ – leaping 33’ 9.5” finishing 1st –

    -        Katrina Chandler – had a PB in the Discus – 84’ 8.5” and took 1st place – along with claiming 1st in the shot – 29’ 1”

    -        Nicole Reichert – won the 100 hurdles – 18.5 and took 2nd in the 400 hurdles – 1:21

    -        Jocelyn Tracy – won the 1500 m – 5:52 and the 3000 m – 17:03

     BOYS

    -        Jayden DuBard – won the Shot – 53’ 4” and the Discus 138’ 7”

    -        Isaiah Harris – was a triple winner by winning the 100 m – 11.5 and the 200 m – 23.8 and the LJ – 20’ 11”

    -        CJ Krzanowicz – was a triple winner as well – the 110 h – 15.6 / the 400 H – 1:06.6 / the TJ – 35’ 7”

    -        Kendrick Hampton – won the 400 – 56.1 and the 800 – 2:24.7


    The Cheektowaga Warrior Softball Team defeated the East Aurora Blue Devils on Saturday by a 13-7 score.

    The win evens the Warriors record at 2-2 for the year. Leading Cheektowaga at the plate were Emma Rozborski , who went 3-3 with two singles and a solo home run; LaDasia Leak who went 2-4 and Adrianna Duval who went 2-2 with 2 home runs and 5RBI’s.

    In addition to hitting , Duval also went the distance in the circle for the Warriors striking out 10 to pick up her second win of the season.


    The Cheektowaga Warriors girls varsity softball team lost a heartbreaker to the Depew Wildcats by a 5-3 score.

    The teams were tied at the end of the first inning and the Warriors took a 3-2 lead into the seventh. Depew came back to tie it and then hit a walk-off 2 run homer with 2 outs in the inning.

    Leading the way for the Warriors were Adrianna Duval, Camryn Budziszewski, and LaDasia Leak
    Outstanding defensive performances were turned in by Samantha Golab, Camryn Budziszewski, Sarah Domanowski, and Emma Rozborski
    Bella Becker went the distance for the Warriors on the mound scattering 7 hits


    The Cheektowaga Warriors varsity softball team lost to Lake Shore yesterday by a 15-2 score. Sarah Domanowski led the way for Cheektowaga with an impressive 3-3 batting performance. She also scored a run.
    The team now stands at 1-1 on the season. This past Tuesday the Cheektowaga Central outdoor track teams opened up and christened the new facility with a double win vs Lakeshore.


    The Girls team won 106 – 34 while the Boys team won 77 – 63. Here are some of the highlights

     BOYS

    -        CJ Krzanowicz and Isaiah Harris – took 1st and 2nd in the LJ – jumping 21’ 8.25” and 21’ 6’ respectively

    -        Jayden DuBard - took 1st in the Shot 53’ 4” and the Discus 135’ 8.5”

    -        CJ – also won the 110 hurdles – 15.8 hurdles and the 400 H – 1:06.1

    -        Isaiah Harris – also won the 100 m – 11.34 and the 200 m – 23.8

     GIRLS

    -        Katrina Chandler – won the shot – 31’ 11” and the Discus – 83’ 3.25”

    -        Laniyah Leaks – won the 100 m – 13.2 and the 400 m – 1:07.9

    -        Natalie Ruhlmann – won the 100 hurdles – 18.7 and the TJ – 31’ 3”

    The teams will host their 2nd meet of the season on Friday 5/21 vs. West Seneca East and then travel to Pioneer on 5/25


     

    Cheektowaga Lady Warriors Softball defeated Tonawanda Warriors 21-0.  Adrianna Duval went the distance  throwing 13 strikeouts and giving up 4 hits
    Offense was led by Bella Becker who went 4-4  with an inside the park home run along with two singles and a triple. Also contributing offensively was Camryn Budziszewski and Alyciana Alvira each going 2-4

     


    The 2020-21 basketball season will be one that will go down in history for the Cheektowaga Warriors.  The Warriors capped off their season in thrilling fashion Friday night with a 74-70 double overtime victory over CSAT to capture the 2nd sectional championship in school history.  The Warriors had to overcome a slow start due in part to 2 quick fouls on senior forward Nevada Eldridge and 3 1st half fouls on senior Keonte Brown.  Despite the foul trouble, the Warriors were able to stay within striking distance thanks to junior forward Kydale Staten scoring 13 1st half points and quality bench minutes from senior Jayvon Jenkins and freshman Ro'Mel Speaks.  Trailing by as many as 11 points in the 3rd quarter, the Warriors rallied with Eldridge controlling the paint, Brown slashing to the basket and tying the game with under a minute left on a clutch 3-pointer from senior Jesse Hawkins, who scored all of his 12 points after halftime.  In the first overtime, the Warriors again needed a big 3 from Hawkins to stay close and found themselves tied at 62 heading into the 2nd overtime.  The Warriors found a spark in the 2nd OT and jumped ahead behind an 8-0 run capped by a steal and finish from freshman Jacob Humphrey.  Holding off a late run by CSAT, thanks to some free throws by Jenkins and Brown, Eldridge held the ball as the horn sounded and they had secured the sectional title.  Eldridge led the Warriors with 20 points and 9 rebounds, Brown and Staten both had 16 points, Hawkins added 12 while Humphrey & Jenkins both chipped in 5.  The Warriors finished the season 14-3 and for the first time in school history captured both the division title and sectional title in the same season.  Congrats to the boys on a tremendous season that will go down in Warrior history.   

    Boys Basketball

     


    Your Cheektowaga Warriors hosted Williamsville East Wednesday night in the A-2 sectional semifinals and came away with an 86-73 win.  Senior Jesse Hawkins led the Warriors on both ends of the court and led all scorers with 35 points.  Senior Nevada Eldridge played big on both ends, controlling the middle and scoring 17 points and collecting 16 rebounds.  Senior Keonte Brown had another balanced game as he scored 8 points, grabbed 8 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 seals.  Senior Jayvon Jenkins came off the bench and gave a huge lift scoring 8 points and grabbing 5 boards.  Junior Kydale Staten scored 10 points and had 5 rebounds and Freshman Jacob Humphrey chipped in 8 points and was active on the defensive end.  Next up the Warriors will play in the sectional finals at home Friday night vs CSAT, tip off is at 6:30.  Tune in on CCSD Athletics on YouTube to catch all the action. 


    Congratulations to the Boys Varsity Basketball team for winning their division.  WAY TO GO WARRIORS!!!  They will be hosting West Seneca East on Monday, 3/22 at 6:30 pm.  Check out the live streaming on Athletics YouTube channel on our web site.


    The JV Boys basketball team increased their record to 8 and 2 Monday night with a 58 to 27 victory over Lakeshore. The warriors were lead by Tyler Prescott with 14 points,  Nasir Stone with 11 points, Romel Speaks with 8 points, Jason Moye with 7 points, Lemario Jones with 6 points and Keondre Gonzalez with 4 points. The warriors play again this Wednesday at Depew.  


    Your Cheektowaga Warriors improved to 7-2 on the season with a 91-61 win over visiting Tonawanda on Saturday afternoon,  Warriors got a career high 28 points from senior Keonte Brown, 12 points and 14 rebounds from junior Kydale Staten and the first career double double for senior Jayvon Jenkins, 10 points and 11 rebounds.  Trey Slaughter 9 points, Jacob Humphrey 7 points, Jesse Hawkins 7 points, Nevada Eldridge 7 points, Eric Bailey 5 points, Tyler Sparbel 4 points and Ja'lon Henlon 2 points all contributed to a dominant performance.  Next up, the Warriors host Lake Shore on Monday night @6:30, jump on youtube and watch your Warriors live.  

    The JV boys basketball team extended their record to 6 and 2 with a redemption win against Iroquois yesterday. The warriors were lead by Nasir Stone with 15 points, Darryl Montgomery with 12 points, Tyler Prescott with 11 points, Romel Speaks with 8 points, and Keondre Gonzalez with 6 points.  The warriors play again Saturday vs Tonawanda.  


    A balanced attack by your Cheektowaga Warriors led them to a 70-45 win at Lake Shore to improve to 6-2 on the season.  Senior Nevada Eldridge led all scorers with 16 points and 8 rebounds, junior Kydale Staten had 14 points and 6 rebounds, senior Jesse Hawkins had 11 points and 6 assist, freshman Jacob Humphrey had 9 points and 6 rebounds, sophomore Eric Bailey 7 points and 5 rebounds and senior Keonte Brown has a balanced game with 7 points, 5 rebounds and 7 assists.  Next up, the Warriors host first place Iroquois on Thursday night @ 6:30pm.  Follow the action on the Cheektowaga Athletics youtube channel.  GO WARRIORS! 


    This past weekend the boys varsity swim team participated in ECIC competition. The team had outstanding performances, it was a great day to be a Warrior Swimmer.  The relay team of Danial Richardson , Thomas Rinaldo, Mike Fehr, and Brennan Pham dropped time in the 200 medley relay and the 200 Free relay.  Caleb Coates destroyed the 500  free that's a race of (20 lengths) by dropping 15 seconds in his performance with a time of 6:44.98. Caleb also had a new personal best in the 100 free. and also in the 50 free.  Michael Fehr had a personal high diving score of 219 points , he also had a personal best in the 100 butterfly.  Thomas Rinaldo had one of his best times in the  50 and 100 back. Kenny Thonguhanh had his best time in the 100 free.  Brennan Pham also had a great day with personal best in the 50 free and dropped his hundred free time like a bad habit by two seconds, for a time of 56.81.

    The team had a great day and have one more chance to do it again at the sectional meet tomorrow taking place at Akron. 

    Boys' JV Basketball team improved their record to 4-1 on Wednesday with a defensive win at Pioneer. The Warriors were led by a balanced attack from Keondre Gonzalez with 9 points, Nasir Stone with 9 points, Tyler Prescott with 8 points and Romel Speaks with 8 points.  


    Your varsity Warriors traveled to beautiful Yorkshire, New York last night and picked up a road win against divisional opponent Pioneer.  The Warriors outscored the Panthers 40-14 in the 2nd half in route to a 67-39 victory.  Seniors Keonte Brown, 19 points, 6 rebounds, 5 assists and Nevada Eldridge 19 points and 8 rebounds led the way for the Warriors.  Freshman Jacob Humphrey chipped in 9 points to go with his high energy play and Sophomore Eric Bailey along with Junior Kydale Staten both tallied 8 points for the Warriors.  Next up, the Warriors travel to Elma to take on 1st place Iroquois on Friday night, tip-off set for 6:30pm, tune in on-line to watch your Warriors. 

    This past Tuesday the boys swim team swam tough against Pioneer, Thomas Rinaldo took first in the 100 breast.stroke. Caleb Coates swam a great 500 free,  Brennan Pham had two good races in the 50 and 100 free. The team has an ECIC meet this Saturday.


    The Boy's Basketball team improved to 2-2 on the season with a 66-44 win over Maryvale.  Senior Keonte Brown was active from the tip and recorded 18 points and 15 rebounds.  Junior Kydale Staten had a game high 22 points, senior Nevada Eldridge chipped in 13 as the Warriors broke the game open with a 22-9  3rd quarter.  Next up the Warriors travel to Pioneer on Wednesday night to take on the Panthers at 7pm.  Watch the live stream and cheer on your Warriors.

     

    The boys swim team traveled to Maryvale yesterday, the team swam well with new personal best by Brennan Pham in the 100 Free, Kenny Thongchuongh in the 100 free and Danial Richardson in the 50 free. Caleb Coates,  Mike Fehr, and Thomas Rinaldo swam strong in the Medley and 200 free relays.  Our next meet is tomorrow against Depew.  


    The boys varsity swim team traveled to Iroquois on Tuesday. The boys held there own but could not pull out the win. Once again the Freshman of Thomas Rinaldo, Danial Richardson, and Brennan Pham swam well working to drop their times.

     

    Friday the boys varsity swim team took on Clevehill. The meet was exciting with some great performances. Freshman Daniel Richardson, Thomas Rinaldo, and Brennan Pham made their mark in the 50 free, 100 free and 100 backstroke. Pham was impressive with a first place finish. Veterans Caleb Coates in the 200 and 500 free, Devon Mills with the IM and 100 Flly,  Kenny Thonguhanh added to the great first meet performances. The Divers Mike Fehr and Ricky Foxe took both a first and second place. The team of Fehr, Mills Pham, Foxe took 1st in the 200 free relay. It was a terrific start to the season.  The meets are live streamed on youtube see a member of the team and they can send you the link.  Next meet is today against Holland


    The Girls Varsity Bowling team opened the 20-21 season with a 5-2 victory over Tonawanda.  The "A" team took 2 out of 3 points and was led by Jessica Fullone's 215 high game and 505 set.  Bella Becker chipped in with a 140 high game and a 366 set and Alyssa Norton added a 137 high game and a 335 set.  The "B" team which also took 2 out of a 3 was led by Senior Grace Taton's 179 high game and 483 set.  Freshman Giada Heaton added a 140 high game and 387 set while sophomore newcomer Alyssa Biedron added a 131 high game and 348 set for the Warriors who host Alden today.


    The Boys Varsity Bowling team lost their season opener 6 to 1 vs Tonawanda.  Jeoff Gioia led the "A" team with a 635 set with a high game of 255.  Cam Chandler added a 592 with a 244 and Aaron Pruchnowski chipped in with a 511 with 212 high game.  The "B" team was led by Blake Becker's 525 set with a high game of 189.  Carl Hill added a 443 set with a 167, Steve Fuzer added a 159 and Dan Tran chipped in with a 104 for the boys who host Alden on Thursday.