• Posted 4/17/2024

    Your Cheektowaga Girls Flag football team defeated #1 ranked school Amherst Tigers 25-21 yesterday. At the start of the game, the Chargers only had 9 girls playing because of conflicts. Chloe Cooper, Savannah Brzezinski, Alana Taylor and Marissa Frazier all had to step up on defense, until the rest of the team came. Aubrey Duval threw 4 touchdowns and one interception. Aubrey hit a milestone in the game by going over 1000 yards passing on the season. Jenna Berg had a huge first half of the game with 4 catches for 80 yards. Ava Derenda had a 50 yard catch and ran for a touchdown. Myonna Smith had a 36 yard catch and ran for a touchdown. Carlee Gorney had the play of the game. Carlee caught the game winning touchdown to secure the win for the Chargers. It was 4th and goal with 1 minute left in the game. The Chargers have a game away on Friday versus  Akron. If you are free, come and support your Lady Chargers.


    Posted 4/17/24

    The Cheektowaga lady warriors softball squad defeated Pioneer by a 6-2 score on Tuesday evening. The win set the Warriors record at 2-0 for the year.

    Leading the way offensively for the Lady Warriors was Oliviah Fallacaro who had a monster game with two home runs. Daviana Anthony also went 3 for 4 and set the tone for the offense at the lead off position.

    Aubrey DuVal pitched a complete game for the Lady Warriors for the win. Duval was absolutely dominating on the mound, giving up 4 hits while striking out 14 Pioneer batters and surrendering 0 walks. She had complete command of all her pitches throughout the game.

    Savannah Brzezinski had a stellar defensive game capped by initiating a game-ending double play.

    Congratulations to all the girls! 


    Posted 4/12/24

    Your Cheektowaga Chargers Girls Flag Football team defeated West Seneca yesterday 20-12. The player of the game was Marissa Frazier with 7 catches and 62 receiving yards. Marissa has a very important position on the team at the CENTER position. She secured the 4th down conversion winning catch to let Aubrey Duval take a knee for the victory. Aubrey once again had a great game at QB. She went 15 for 37 with 130 yards passing, 1 throwing TD, and 1 running TD. Alana Taylor caught her first touchdown on the season as an offensive lineman. Myla Scott led the Chargers running attack with 65 yards rushing and a TD.  Once again, the Chargers defense stood out with 4 INT and 6 sacks as a team. Kierra Roberts led the team in 6 flag pulls with 2 flag pulls for loss and a sack. Carlee Gorney had her first INT of her career. Please, come out and support you LADY CHARGERS today at Will South at 7:30pm.  


    Posted 4/12/24

    Cheektowaga vs Maryvale...Cheektowaga leading 7-1 bottom of 2nd.....Bases loaded.......One out......Game suspended.....Continuation TBD 


    Posted 4/11/24

    Varsity baseball faced Maryvale this week, losing two close contests. The Warriors took a 1 game into the 6th innings of each, but Maryvale's bats won in the end. Leading the offense was Matty Barr, Jerromy Gonzalez, and Casey Horbach. Matty Barr and Jake Malkowski pitched well for the Warriors in back-to-back starts. Tyler Alponte had great catches in right field. The next home game is Monday the 15th against Pioneer at 5PM.


    Posted 4/10/24

    The Cheektowaga Girls Softball Team won its opening game of the season with a 2-0 victory over Mt. Mercy on Tuesday.

    The first hit of the season was registered by Dorcus Byaombie as she beat out an infield hit. The first run of the season was scored by Oliviah Fallacaro as she was driven home by her sister Alexis Fallacaro. Daviana Anthony provided the insurance marker.

    Defensively, Savannah Brzezinski was solid at shortstop, and Brooke Szpylman snagged a critical ball in the outfield. Going the distance, Aubrey DuVal provided a masterful performance on the mound as she kept the Mt. Mercy hitters off balance all game. She struck out twelve, while only giving up three hits.

    Congratulations to the girls. 

     


    Posted 4/10/24

    Your Cheektowaga Central Chargers defeated Maritime/Tapestry yesterday 36-13. Aubrey Duval threw for 250 yards and 3 TD passes and also ran for one. Jenna Berg had 3 catches for 120 yards and 1 touchdown. Jenna Berg's touchdown was a 70 yard catch and run from Aubrey. Myonna Smith ran for a 36 yard touchdown run and also led the defense again with 7 flag pulls and 1 sack. Leci Alvira came late to the game and pitched in with 5 flag pulls and 1 sack.  It was the Warriors' first league game of the season, and they will take on West Seneca on Thursday 7:30 pm at West Seneca West football field for a non-league game. Please come support the Lady Chargers.