• Boys Bowling

    Boys Bowling

    The boys team won a hard fought match over Depew by the score of 6 to 1. The "A' team took 2 out of 3 points to lead the way. Dominik Pulkownik lead the way with a 632 set and a 247 high game. Derek Mergenhagen chipped in with a 214, Zac Holdren added a 189, Colin Sheridan a 187, Collin Cooper a 186, Jayson Hanson a 147 and Ryan Razz a 144 to pace the "A" team. The "B" team swept all 3 points and was lead by 7th grader Jeoff Gioia's 572 set with a 201 high game. Nate Pocobello added a 199, Joe Pham a 196 and Steve Fuzer & Evan Lenhard a 181 to pace the boys team who host Cleve Hill today at Airport.


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  • Girls Bowling

    Girls Bowling

    The girls bowling team upped their record to 3 & 1 by knocking off previously unbeaten Depew 5 to 2. The "A" team took 2 out of 3 points and was lead by Emily Crone's 610 set with a 223 high game. Emma Rome chipped in with a 536 set and 193 high game, Paige Onisk added a 189 and Caitlin Kirst a 171. The "B" team also took 2 out of 3 points and was lead by Karissa LeRoy's 410 set with a 164 high game. Sarah Hencinski added a 156, Grace Taton a 142, Jamie Millace a 119 and Alyssa Chorazak a 107 for the girls who host Cleve Hill today at Airport lanes.

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  • Boys Track and Field

    Boys Track and Field

    BOYS
    Andrew Reichert – broke the school record in the 60 M Hurdles posting a time of 8.67 in the finals and finished 6th place overall out of 32 athletes. Andrew also placed 6th place out of 15 in the PV clearing 12’ 6”
    Seth Fonda – broke the school record in the 800 M – running a time of 2:08.8 and finished 16th out of 44 athletes.
    Seth Conner – took 7th place overall in the 400 M running a 52.01 out of 49 athletes
    CJ Krzanowicz – posted a PB and just missed breaking the SR in the 60 M – running a 7.58 (the record is 7.53) – {CJ is only an 8th grader}
    The 4 x 200 Relay of CJ Krzanowicz, Andrew Reichert, Lamar Reeves and Alek Bryant hit a season best time of 1:37.6
    The 4 x 400 relay of Robert Bragg, Seth Fonda, Noah Williams and Seth Conner also hit a season best time of 3:37.7 placing them in the #1 spot in section 6 for the event

    The teams will be back at it again this weekend as the 9th and 10th graders will head to Houghton College Friday night (start time is 5:00 pm) for the 9/10 Championships and the others will be heading to SUNY Brockport on Saturday for the Trent Jackson Invite – (start time is 10:00 am)

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  • Girls Track & Field

    Girls Track & Field

    This past weekend some of the Cheektowaga Central athletes traveled the brutal cold temps to Penn State University for the annual Kevin Dare HS Indoor Track & Field Invite. The trip was successful as they boys and girls combined for 4 school records broken and a number of personal best as well. Here are some of the highlights:
    GIRLS
    Ally Alvira - broke the school record in the triple jump hitting a 35’ 8.25” and finishing in 7th place overall out of 41 athletes as well as hitting her PB in the LJ 15’ 9” and finishing 16th out of 48
    Jayla Moss – broke the school record in the 60 M dash (8.00) and made it to the finals – finishing in 6th place overall out of 64 athletes
    Torrie Jenkins – finished 14th overall in the TJ (33’ 2”) out of 41 athletes
    Brooklyn Lawrence – established the girls 400 M record – posting a time of 1:06.1
    The 4 x 200 relay of Brooklyn Lawrence, Torrie Jenkins, Siara Romanczyk and Jayla Moss ran a season best time of 1:53.07

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  • Varsity Wrestling

    Varsity Wrestling

    The Wrestling team finished in 24th place Saturday at the NFWOA tournament. Austin Sliwinski went 4-1 with 3 pins placing 5th and Kiar Parker went 3-2 with 3 pins placing 7th. Taher Ahmed had a solid tournament going 4-1 with 3 pins with one pin in 20 seconds. The Warriors will head to Springville on Wednesday and then the Falconer tournament Friday and Saturday.

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  • Varsity Wrestling

    Varsity Wrestling

    The Wrestling team dropped to 2-3 losing to Maryvale last night 57-18. Winning for the Warriors were Tyler Le, KIar Parker, and Logan Wagner all by pin. Austin Sliwinski, Huy Dang, and Taher Ahmed all dropped close decisions by takedowns.

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  • Boys Track and Field

    Boys Track and Field

    BOYS
    Andrew Reichert and Rhyan Riggs won the 55 M hurdles as well as won the PV relay together
    Robert Bragg and Seth Conner - won the LJ with jumps of 18’ 6.25” and 18’ 1” respectively
    Andrew Reichert and Lamar Reeves – won the TJ relay with jumps of 40’ 3.25” and 39’ 3”
    Lamar Reeves and Jake Kaminski - won the HJ – clearing 5’ 8” and 5’ 10” respectively
    Art Jordan and Jon Banks - won the Weight throw with tosses of 51’ and 51’ 5”
    The 4 x 200 x 2 relay of Imani Reed, Keon White, Kendrick Hampton, and Alek Bryant won the event with a time of 3:40.4
    The 4 x 200 relay of CJ Krzanowicz, Alek Bryant, Imani Reed, and Keon White won the event with a time of 1:41.8
    The 4 x 400 relay of Seth Conner, Robert Bragg, Kendrick Hampton, and Jake Kaminski won the event in a time of 3:45.0
    There will be a select group of athletes who will be traveling to Penn State this weekend to compete in the Kevin Dare Invite – results to follow
    – After that there is the 9th / 10th Grade Championships @ Houghton College on Friday the 12th of January and the Brockport Invite on Saturday the 13th of January

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  • Varsity Track and Field

    Varsity Track and Field

    This past weekend the Indoor Track and Field teams traveled thru frigid temps and dreadful driving conditions to take part in the WNY Relays down @ Houghton College – and thru their hard work drive and perseverance they both came away victorious in the “C” – small school divisions.
    The Boys won with a combined score of 117 beating out Depew (79 pts) and Holland / EA (77 pts) – while the Girls was a little closer in margin – with the Girls winning with 100 pts – beating out Holland / EA (99 pts) and Iroquois (79 pts) to round out the top 3 places. Here are some of the highlights:
    GIRLS
    Ally Alvira and Torrie Jenkins – won the TJ with jumps of 34’ 6” and 33’ 4” respectively
    Torrie Jenkins and Siara Romanczak - won the LJ with jumps of 14’ 5.75” and 15’ 5.25” – (personal best and sectional qualifying jump) - respectively
    Ally Alvira and Jessica Ineson – won the PV – each clearing 6’ 6” – they also took 2nd place in the 55 M hurdles together
    Jessica and Nicole Reichert - won the HJ – each clearing 4’ 6” – Nicole’s jump being her personal best
    The 4 x 200 x 2 relay of Nicole Reichert, Brooklyn Lawrence, Dominique Gaines, and Jayla Moss won the event in a time of 4:11.9
    Kayleigh Rote and Cassidy Scott - won the Weight throw with throws of 26’ 4” and 26’ 3” respectively
    Alexis Sullivan and Mackenzie – won the 1500 M race-walk – Sullivan bettering her time by almost 10 sec

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  • Varsity Wrestling

    Varsity Wrestling

    The Varsity wrestling team placed 14th over Christmas break at the Spencerport Tournament. The team was led by a strong 3rd place finish from Kiar Parker, 4th place from Tyler Le and 5th place from Austin Sliwinski. Parker dropped his first match and then won his next 4 to place 3rd. Tyler Le went 3-2. The Warriors will be home on Wednesday to take on Maryvale.

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  • Varsity Wrestling

    Varsity Wrestling

    The Varsity wrestling team wrestled pretty well last night at East Aurora but fell short losing 39-30. The hi-lite of the match was Tyler Le's sister Mai Le coming home from the Army and surprising him at the match. Tyler made it worth while by bumping up a weight class and defeating a tough wrestler from East Aurora by the score of 12-5. Huy Dang and Taher Ahmed each won by pin while Caleb Graves and Kiar Parker earned forfeit wins. Jaden English ended the night with a win by pin on JV. The Warriors will head to Eden Thursday night and wrestle the Raiders.


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  • Girls JV BK

    Girls JV BK

    The girls JV basketball team earned their 2nd victory of the season with a 28 to 11 win against Health Sciences HS. McKinzie Hawkins led all scores with 10 points and Nydaya Green chipped in with 6 points.

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  • Girls Varsity BK

    Girls Varsity BK

    The Girl’s Varsity basketball team got their first win of the season vs the visiting Health Science Falcons last night 45-42. The game started off on a bad note with the Warriors not getting much offense being down 26-17 at half. They turned it up second half led by Ranya Rumph with a game high 24 pts, while freshman Sara Domanowski pitched in with 7 pts and 8 boards. Rumph now stands 14 away from 1000 pts for her career. Nice work ladies!

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  • Boys Varsity Bowling

    Boys Varsity Bowling

    The boys bowling team lost a hard fought match 4 to 3 to Tonawanda. Dominik Pulkownik lead the way for the "A" team taking 2 out of 3 points by bowling a 644 with a 235 high game. Colin Sheridan chipped in with a 257, Collin Copper added a 220 and Derek Mergenhagen added a 181. The "B" team was lead by Jeoff Gioia's 587 set with a 233 high game. Evan Lenhard added a 213, Nate Pocobello a 183 and Steve Fuzer a 180 for the boys who host Depew Wednesday after break.


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  • Girls Varsity Bowling

    Girls Varsity Bowling

    The girls bowling team upped their record to 2 & 1 with 6.5 to .5 victory over Tonawanda. The "A" team swept all 3 points and were lead by Caitlin Kirst's career high set of 603 with a 217 and 205 game. Emily Crone added a 611 set with a 223 high game, Emma Rome had a 599 with a 205 and Sarah Hencinski chipped in with a 192. The "B" team was lead by Grace Taton's 401 set with a 157 high game. Karissa LeRoy & A'moniee Morrison added a 144, Alyssa Chorazak a 119 and Jamie Millace a 111 for the girls who host Depew Wednesday January 3rd.

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  • Varsity Indoor Track

    Varsity Indoor Track

    This past weekend the Indoor track teams were the sole survivors of the scheduled meets as the other ones in Friday evening @ Buff state and Saturday afternoon were cancelled and taking advantage of their opportunity had some pretty good results – here are some highlights:

    GIRLS
    Ally Alvira – won the 55 M Hurdles - 9.21 and the TJ - 33’ 1” and the LJ – 15’ 6”
    Torrie Jenkins - took 2nd in the LJ – 15’ 3” and 2nd in the TJ – 32’ 11.25”
    Jade Rinaldo – had a PB in the 1500 dropping almost 10 seconds – running a 5”57.6
    Jessica Ineson - tied for 1st place in the HJ clearing 4’ 6”
    BOYS
    Art Jordan - broke the school record in the Shot – heaving it 52’ 5”
    Jon Banks - also threw his PB in the Shot – breaking the 50’ barrier – hitting 50’ 1”
    Andrew Reichert - won the 55 M hurdles posting a 7.80
    Jake Kaminski - took 2nd in the HJ – clearing 5’ 10”
    Brandan Townsel - took 2nd in the LJ hitting the Sectional standard by jumping 19’ 4.5”
    Seth Conner - ran the 600 for the 1st time also qualifying for sectionals running a 1:30.9
    The Team will not be competing this weekend but will continue their quest as they will be competing in the WNY Relays next weekend – Saturday 12/30 @ Houghton College – the meet starts @ 10:00 am

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