Medina wrestling team looks to develop talent this season
The Medina wrestling team finished 4-2 last season in Niagara-Orleans League play, and hopes to continue the success this winter despite the challenges of fielding a full roster in all weight classes. It may not be easy, but veteran coach Eric Gross has the experience necessary to get the most out of the wrestlers he has.
Medina boys basketball readies for bounce-back season
The Medina boys basketball team is ready to bounce back from last year's 3-11 season in Niagara-Orleans League play. Under coach Tom Forrestel, the team is committed to building team chemistry and playing together as a unit in 2013-14.
Golden sets Keuka College volleyball record for kills
Albion HS graduate Paige Golden recently concluded a sparkling volleyball career at Keuka College, setting the school career record for spiking kills and being named first team all-conference for the third consecutive season.
Responsibilities and Safety During Deer Hunting Season
Check out Doug Domedion's latest column, where he explains why it's important to be considerate and conscientious during deer hunting season.
Barker field hockey falls to Cazenovia in state semifinals
Barker field hockey competed well against 2010 and 2011 state champ Cazenovia in Saturday's Class C state semifinal matchup, but just couldn't manage to score. Cazenovia's Ashley Kent scored with six minutes remaining in the second overtime, resulting in a 1-0 victory for the Lady Lakers.
Barker field hockey team heads to state semifinals with confidence
The Barker field hockey team earned its second consecutive trip to the state semifinals last weekend, with a grueling 1-0 victory over East Rochester. The Lady Raiders face Cazenovia at 3:30 p.m. Saturday, with the chance to reach the state championship game for the first time since 2000.
Holley wrestling team hopes to continue success in 2013-14
Veteran coach John Grillo and the Holley Hawks eye another strong wrestling campaign in the 2013-14 season. The team may have lost a few key pieces, but it returns plenty of capable replacements.
Sabres announce overhaul of changes
The Buffalo Sabres announced sweeping changes to the organization on Wednesday morning. General manager Darcy Regier and coach Ron Rolston have been relieved of their duties, while Pat LaFontaine has been announced as president of hockey operations. Ted Nolan has been named interim head coach.
Medina/Lyndonville merger proves successful in fall season
Last year, the Medina and Lyndonville school districts decided to merge for football and boys soccer, adding cross country and track and field for 2013. The merger has been a success so far, highlighted by the boys soccer team's recent march to the 2013 Section VI Class B-1 title.
Is Deer Hunting Getting Too Technical?
Check out Doug Domedion's latest column, where he contends that there is no place for expensive deer-hunting gadgets in our hunting society.
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