Chambry's 41 points leads Byron-Bergen to tournment win in Warsaw
Image Byron-Bergen is the 31st winner of the Warsaw Kiwanis Tip-Off Tournament after beating Filmore on Saturday 80-54.For the Bees, Braedyn Chambry had a big night, scoring 41 points. Brody Baubie scored 22 points. Photos by Jennifer DiQuattro. Image ...
Warsaw beats Pavilion in tournament game
Image Pavilion dropped the afternoon consolation game in the 31st Annual Warsaw Kiwanis Tip-Off Tournament on Saturday, losing to Warsaw, 82-54.Case Cummins scored 19 points for the Golden Gophers. Landan Stoddard scored 10 points.Photos by Jennifer DiQuattro. Image ...
Wellsville girls open with win; Hamer takes MVP as GV/Belfast girls take Rotary Tourney title
GAINESVILLE — To headline their opening act of the brand new campaign on Friday, it was a case of clutch shooting for the Lady Lions of Wellsville. Wherever the opportunity presented itself, they were there to knock at the door. But for host Letchworth, they did the same exact thing with a big fourth quarter run that saw them force overtime.
Hall of Fame Showcase : York downs defending state champ A/P as Pangrazio and Brady both shine
WAYLAND – York’s had a 29-point victory over defending NYS Class D champion Avoca/Prattsburgh . The Golden Knights turned it up on either side of the court, whenever they chose to, building a 19-6 lead after one, extending it to 35-16 at the half and finishing the game with the 77-48 victory at the Wayland Hall of Fame Showcase Saturday in Wayland.
Salem advances to state championship, defeating Tuscarora 31-21
LEESBURG, Va. – For the second time in four seasons, Salem battled Tuscarora in the state semifinals. While the Spartans are one of the more balanced teams in the area but the Huskies could say the same. But this one came down to who could win the battle on fourth down.
Byron-Bergen advances in Warsaw season-opening tournment with 63-47 win over Pavilion
Image Byron-Bergen beat Pavilion 63-47 in the 31st Annual Warsaw Kiwanis Tip-Off Tournament on Friday night.For the Bees, Brody Baubie scored 19 points and had 12 rebounds. Colin Martin, 12 points and five steals. Bradyn Chambry scored nine points and snagged nine rebounds.The Golden Gophers will play Warsaw
LCAA’S FINEST: Letchworth girls are ready to take that next step this season.
LETCHWORTH – Letchworth girl’s basketball coach Chad DfeRock is excited to get the hoops season underway. “I can’t help but be excited for this season,” coach DeRock said. “This is a great group of young ladies with an excellent work ethic and great attitudes. Last year’s record does not indicate how competitive we were as a team. We found ourselves in the majority of games right to the end. Five of our losses were by four or less points. Unfortunately, we had trouble finishing in the end. Closing out games is a blend of mental toughness and execution that comes best with experience. You can try to simulate those situations in practice but it is never the same. Not only did the players learn from those tough losses last year but so did I. We are hoping to be able to take a big step this year.”
Robb Delisanti APG/American Portfolios Thursday Boys’ Basketball Wrap: Caviness leads Gananda; Pangrazio paces York
WORLD OF INQUIRY (0-1) 44. Micah Breedlove-Johnson scored 17 of his game-high 24 points in the first half as East took a 49-23 lead into the locker room. The junior guard connected on four 3-pointers during the first 16 minutes of action. Zion Parson added 19 points in the win, and Jayden Holmes had 14 in the win. Zymier Jackson and Kesean Leonard both contributed eight points for the Eagles. Eric Brock (6), Fenmi Koumassou (5), Markell Johnson (4), Kamell Little (4) and Jayveone Jackson (2) also scored in the win. Jaedon Adams-Griffin led World of Inquiry with 11 points on five field goals including one 3-pointer. Yacoub Tarawally (9), Markiest Griffin (7), Caleb Smith (5), Ja’Zaree Willis (5), Rory Rhone (4) and Justice Stubbs (3) also scored for the Griffins.
Men's Hockey Falls to No. 6 Geneseo
BUFFALO, NY – The Bengals took five penalties in the first period, and No. 6 Geneseo capitalized for a pair of power-play goals to take control in a 5-0 victory over the Buffalo State men's hockey team on Saturday evening at the Ice Arena. THE BASICS. FINAL SCORE: Geneseo...
LCAA’s FINEST: Geneseo boys bounce back, defeat Livonia in the “Battle for Conesus Lake”
GENESEO – After a tough loss to Alexander on Tuesday, Geneseo coach Gregg Hepler challenged his players to overcome their struggles against pressure and adapt to the speed of varsity basketball. On Friday night, against a fast-paced Livonia Bulldog squad, they passed the test. In the first meeting between...
Men's Hockey Set For Weekend Of SUNYAC Action
BUFFALO, NY – The Buffalo State men's ice hockey team returns to action this week with a pair of crucial SUNYAC matchups. The Bengals will travel to Brockport on Friday and then return home to host the Geneseo Knights on Saturday. Puck drop for both games is set for 7:00 pm.
LCAA’S FINEST: Defending sectional champion Avon returns this winter
AVON – The defending Section V Class C champions are back in the pool this winter. Head coach Dan Paganin enters his 16th season for Avon swimming and diving fresh off a sectional title and also an LCAA divisional crown. Avon (275 points) outscored both Wellsville (259 pts) and...
Former BHS hoops star picks up first win as high school head coach in Alexander
Image The Alexander Trojans beat Geneseo 51-46 on Tuesday to open its 2023-24 campaign in Boys Basketball.The win was the first as head coach for former Batavia High School basketball standout Jalen Smith.Jayden Snyder notched a double-double for the Trojans, with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Kingston Woods
LCAA’S FINEST: Le Roy cheer squad looking to make another Sec. V run this winter
LE ROY – Le Roy cheerleading seems to always be having more fun than most. That’s the environment that head coach Jamie Holman has created. Holman returns for her eighth year this winter as the Oatkan Knights look to make yet another run during winter sectionals. Last winter,...
Columbia Lions face the Loyola (MD) Greyhounds on 5-game win streak
Loyola (MD) Greyhounds (1-5) at Columbia Lions (5-2) FANDUEL SPORTSBOOK LINE: Lions -7.5; over/under is 145.5. BOTTOM LINE: Columbia will attempt to prolong its five-game win streak with a victory against Loyola (MD). The Lions are 4-1 on their home court. Columbia is second in the Ivy League with 17.4...
How to watch Columbia Lions vs. Loyola Maryland Greyhounds: Live stream, TV channel, start time for Wednesday's NCAA Basketball game
Current Records: Loyola Maryland 1-5, Columbia 5-2 Where: Francis S. Levien Gymnasium -- New York, New York. Fubo (Try for free) Fubo's holiday offer just kicked off - For a limited time, new subscribers can save $40 on Fubo's Pro, Elite, and Premier plans ($20 off the first and second months)
Columbia Hosts Providence Wednesday Morning for Education Day
NEW YORK – The Columbia women's basketball team (3-4) will host Providence (3-3) for the first Education Day at Levien Gymnasium since 2019. Opening tip is set for 11 a.m. ET. The game will be televised live on SNY. EDUCATION DAY. • Students from more than 20 New York...
Ramblers Repeat: Loyola makes program history with second straight state championship
Loyola Academy’s Beau Desherow has set the gold standard for first-year coaches. His Ramblers climaxed their perfect season on Saturday, Nov. 25, in Hancock Stadium by defeating previously undefeated Lincoln-Way East 25-16 in their IHSA Class 8A state championship rematch. Picking up where John Holecek, Loyola’s coach for 17 seasons, left off, the Ramblers won […] The post Ramblers Repeat: Loyola makes program history with second straight state championship appeared first on The Record.
Maine Men Fall to Columbia 75-56
The Maine Men's Basketball Team trailed Columbia by only 4 points at the half 34-30 on Saturday afternoon, November 25th before Columbia outscored Maine 41-26 in the 2nd Half. The Black Bears fell 75-56 to the Lions in New York. Maine shot 25-60 from the field , 41.7 percent. They...
Men’s Basketball Set to Host Loyola (Md.) on Wednesday
NEW YORK — Columbia men's basketball closes out the opening month of the season with a matchup against Patriot League member Loyola (Md.) on Wednesday at 7 p.m. from Schiller Court at Levien Gymnasium. Wednesday's matchup between the Lions (5-2) and Greyhounds (1-5) can be followed via live stats...